Yes, the millions of cubic miles of ocean is JUST LIKE my reef tanks.<quoted text>Acidification, or ph crash, is a pretty common occurrence......especially where marine life is densely populated such as hatcheries. The good news is that you can buffer the water as the article suggests. It's always worked in my koi pools, reef tanks, and fresh water aquaria.
Nothing about man made co2 in the article....or did you not notice yet automatically jump to conclusions and make connections? That kind of pseudo-science analysis really doesn't help your side of the debate.
Sounds like they've learned a lot from the calamity. I hope you've learned a little, too!:-)
Especially when it is so overcrowded from all the overfishing.
How much bicarbonate would you recommend for the world's oceans? Will 10 pounds work or should we go ahead and add 500,000,000 pounds? Do you recommend Rolaids or Tums?
You make absolutely no sense, boy.