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In which ocean can you swim in at California?
The ocean is very salty and salt dries out your mouth giving you the feeling that you are thirsty. Actually, the reason is two fold: (1) As with any exercise, you sweat w…hile you swim, as a way to help cool your body, as exercise has increased the body temperature. It may seem amazing, but a typical competitive swimmer can easily lose several pounds of water weight during a typical day's 2 hour swim practice. This loss of water means you feel thirsty, in the same way that you would after an extended run. Look at most swim practices - swimmers will actually keep bottles of water at the end of the pool, and drink from them periodically. (2) The human skin is not a waterproof barrier. The ocean, which contains a high concentration of salt, is out-of-balance with the water inside of the human body. As two adjacent volumes of a liquid with difference concentrations of a solute will try to balance themselves out, the low-salt water inside of the human body attempts to balance itself with the high-salt ocean water. Unfortunately, salt cannot be absorbed through the human skin, which means that the water inside the human body attempts to "balance" out the ocean water by diluting it (which, given the volume difference, is impossible). In effect, the salty ocean water "sucks" out water from the inside of the human body, as the two volumes attempt (futilely) to balance the salt concentration. This processes is slow, but not that slow. Thus, it is easy to become dehydrated while swimming in salt water, as the ocean literally sucks out the water from your body. A human being will die of dehydration while stuck swimming in the ocean far faster than they would by being in the middle of the hottest desert on earth. Exacerbating (2), most people in the ocean manage to swallow a non-trivial amount (a pint or more) of ocean water if they spent any amount of time in anything other than completely calm water. The extremely high salinity of said water accelerates the dehydration process, as it sucks out water from the body into the digestive tract (to be eventually excreted in a couple of hours).
The Pacific Ocean.
While in California, you would go swimming in the Pacific Ocean.
The Pacific Ocean. The Pacific Ocean. The Pacific The Pacific Ocean.
No. During the night time, you cannot see anything clear in the ocean regardless how good your vision you have. Sharks can be very active during the night time in the ocean an…d they will feed on anything that they see at night time. Currents can also drive you off far into the sea and you may find yourself lost near the middle of the ocean depending on how strong and big the currents are. At night, you also cannot see the coast boundaries, and you can swim in the wrong direction out into sea. Even the strongest swimmers are afraid to swim in the ocean at night time because of the powerful currents. It is basically like common sense.
The ocean you can swim in ,in California is the Pacific Ocean. There's no ocean in California, but the one it's next to is the pacific ocean.
No. There could be a lot of poisonous sea anemones and bacteria inside the algae ocean. You can also get tangled in sea plants when you are swimming.
Of course you can swim in Long Beach. The better question is "Should you swim?"... If you are talking about the ocean, I would simply go elsewhere as it is a geographic catch …for a lot of pollution coming from the South. To the North, the two ports... that is, the largest port system in the world, green though it is, still generates a lot of pollution. There is the channel, but I would still be cautious and check the pollution report for the day before going in... Still many people seem to use that regularly without getting sick. If you are like me and you love to swim but prefer a cleaner environment, the famous Belmont Olympic pool should be open though hopefully, they will make the hours and the price reasonable....
I live five miles from Huntington Beach, CA. Yes, every day, there is someone in the ocean. Mostly surfers with wetsuits.
Pacific Ocean is the answer