Strange video from Hong Kong: Ocean Splits Open

Video: Ocean Opens Up Like Parting Of The Red Sea | Ghost Theory.

From the video description:

Hong Kong: A seaman captured with his camera the moment when the crevice
opened up. According to the person who recorded this scene, when they were
traveling in a ship close to Isla Victoria, a whirlpool began forming on
the water’s surface which then turned into a lineal crevice that separated
the waters.

Some people believe that a submarine or whale caused this, others theorize
that it could be the city’s drainage or sewer pipes that were pumping
(siphon) water from the sea.

Tip: Ghost Theory

It’s not quite as dramatic as a parting of the sea. Yet, I agree with Ghost Theory on this one. Not sure what to think. It doesn’t look incredible to the point where you KNOW it is fake. The quality is not good and it it’s not *gasp* a miracle but it is really weird, that’s for sure. There are several explanations proposed.

It COULD be that, like tornados, vortices in the water turn in direction and change into something that looks entirely different. It could be related to a seismic event, a dredging operation (where the water is sucked into a pipe or bucket), something else underwater, CGI, etc. A whole slew of things are possible without being related to the expanding Earth or the Apocalypse. I might have to start a new category…

  5 comments for “Strange video from Hong Kong: Ocean Splits Open

  1. January 26, 2012 at 7:34 PM

    I always wonder where people actually buy video cameras that are this bad.

  2. idoubtit
    January 26, 2012 at 8:44 PM

    It’s a phone. How else would you get such a miraculous event?

  3. January 26, 2012 at 9:31 PM

    I knew it was fake

  4. snoma
    January 27, 2012 at 2:47 AM

    CIA Jon, have they found out that it’s fake? CGI?
    Can you provide a link or something? We’d appreciate it.

  5. Fastmover01
    February 1, 2012 at 10:54 AM

    Is it just me or if you look at the wave crests around the crevice as it starts to form, they seem to be going in reverse (meaning the white caps are moving into the wave instead of thier natural motion). Can someone else look at that and make sure that I am not seeing things.

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