No P in ‘pool’: No one knows why the Rio Olympics diving pool has mysteriously turned green

No P in ‘pool’: No one knows why the Rio Olympics diving pool has mysteriously turned green
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The divers at the 2016 Rio Olympics were landing in pristine, well-maintained, crystal-clear blue water on Monday.

Well, a lot can change in a day.

During Tuesday’s competition, many noticed something … different … about the water.

There has to be some sort of rational explanation, right?

Unlike the Olympic organizers, the Twitterverse was much more forthcoming with theories about the green water.

The Associated Press’ Beth Harris reports that Rio organizers are aware of the color change (how could they not be?) but despite being unable to explain it are sure it’s safe (how can they be?).

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