There are some things in this world that will always be unexplained. An example of this would be something like the Great Pyramids of Giza. Everything in the entire Pyramid complex is thousands of years old, but we're still here trying to figure out exactly how it all worked, how it was built, and who did what. Think about the "slaves," that worked on the Pyramids. We're now finding out that they weren't actually slaves, instead, they were paid laborers who garnered great amounts of respect for their work. The world will forever be full of mysteries, but humanity doesn't enjoy the unknown, which is why people become upset when they can't figure something out. That's exactly what's happening at Rio 2016.

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See anything wrong with the image below? Unless they colored the water to be festive, something is off. 

See anything wrong with the image below? Unless they colored the water to be festive, something is off.
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People started asking questions as to why the water was turning green throughout Tuesday, especially since it was a pleasant blue in the morning.

People started asking questions as to why the water was turning green throughout Tuesday, especially since it was a pleasant blue in the morning.
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Unfortunately for the women's synchronized diving teams, the finals were taking place in that very pool, though that didn't stop them from continuing!

Unfortunately for the women's synchronized diving teams, the finals were taking place in that very pool, though that didn't stop them from continuing!
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Martyn Ziegler, a reporter for The Times, tweeted, "#greenpool - @toniacouch says it was so green she couldn't see dive partner @LoisToulson under the water #Rio2016."

Martyn Ziegler, a reporterfor The Times, tweeted, "#greenpool - @toniacouch says it was so green she couldn't see dive partner @LoisToulson under the water #Rio2016."
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