Niagara Falls with bubbles

Adding a foaming agent to Niagara Falls was evidently the fantasy of some chemical engineer at Monsanto.

Newsweek - Mar 17, 1952

     Posted By: Alex - Sun Feb 24, 2019
     Category: Advertising | 1950s | Pranks | Natural Wonders

I see a movie in the making here!

agent j
Posted by agent j on 02/24/19 at 02:14 PM
That's one way to clean up a river. And clog it with algae overgrowth due to the heavy amount of phosphates.
Posted by KDP on 02/24/19 at 03:35 PM
There's already a foamy scum that settles at the bottom of the Falls. It's yellow and smells like dead worms.
Posted by Kate on 02/24/19 at 08:58 PM
File under “What could possibly go wrong??”
Posted by Brian on 02/26/19 at 02:41 PM
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