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Old 07-19-2004, 07:21 PM   #11
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Thanks Atari! but is not like that.

Anyone here smoke? when you put the cigarette in the ashtray a low smoke flow emanates and forms weird structures on the air
imagine it under saltwater. (not when you drop some fresh water) imagine some kind of smoke going out a brain skeleton then power heads on again and swoooshhh disolving
it was white as a reflection in glass, but when it disolved it went away
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Old 07-19-2004, 07:28 PM   #12
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Jedihunter, that's exactly what this stuff looks like... when I first saw it I thought my coral had smoke coming out of it too.. you just need to look real close to see the actual structure of it. It doesn't actually dissolve, the creature retracts the filaments back in very quickly.

If it's really not that then I have no idea what it could be.
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Since my first post didnt apply I thought I would do a little reading on the subject. It sounds like its releasing sperm/eggs and it simply isnt visible with the power heads on. This would explain why your dusters are feeding.

I just did alot of reading on brain coral reproduction and cant find any pictures of corals that are reproducing sexually.

Just a thought
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Old 07-19-2004, 08:45 PM   #14
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Sperm Release sounds coherent, but im worried what is reproducing inside the Skeleton to have that kind of polutions :LOL:

I shall wait and see if everything is fine for the next days

Thanks all for the info and suggestions!

I will try to reproduce the efect soon and instead of using the DIGICAM will go with my old and faithful 35mm.

so i hope the ghost mistery solves soon !
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You got some snails reproducing on your brain or your brain was spawning.
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