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By wil9000 @ 2005-05-13 15:54:02
Unusual water feature near Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. No idea what it is. Pretty, though.
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yubyub41 picture
@ 2005-06-29 16:04:07
wow, that is really cool
does no one have any idea what that is?? I can't seem to figure it out.
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@ 2005-07-07 21:47:40
Perhaps a wastewater treatment lagoon type thingie?

A reservoir of some kind?

Maybe a pool used during mineral/chemical processing?

Some kind of fishery?
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@ 2005-07-19 00:12:35
well whatever it is its awsome
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@ 2005-08-11 20:07:44
Trout pond, eh? Trout farming is apparently big business in rural Manitoba.
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@ 2005-08-17 08:12:04
vertical submersible mixers anyone?
used to prevent stagntation/induce sediment mixing/oxygenate water.

judging by the displacement and volume of wake, its a pretty big setup.
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@ 2008-07-03 00:20:36
What you see here is Brandon sewage lagoon four. According to one website:

"At the sewage-lagoon site, windmill-like aerators, costing about $10,000 apiece, are supposed to stir up the air so that lagoon bacteria requiring oxygen for survival will more easily break down the organic parts of the [waste]."
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@ 2008-07-03 00:27:55
The waste, by the way, is urine from pregnant horses, used by a division of Wyeth pharmaceuticals to create the drug Premarin (PREgnant MARes' urINe).