Hey, Thanks everyone for the responses. Even when this was posted in the wrong Forum.
I did peruse the Algae forum and it may be that I have Blue Green Algae as it is sort of a slime over the substrate. But the snow storm of stuff that is flying around is very strange. Almost like the filter fiber has deteriorated and is spreading through the tank. Nothing sticking to the sides of the tank or cloudy water, just millions of little fragments. May be the "Diatoms" that I read people talking about?
The Co2 meter is a little plastic bell I bought at Big Al's. You pour aquarium water into it, two drops of some substance, and then you turn it over and place it in your tank. It has a - :-) + meter and if the fluid is green then you have an ideal amount of CO2. Its made by the same company that made my CO2 container. Of course I dont remember the name, but they sell little packets of ingredients for 10 bucks that I finally figured out was just yeast, baking soda and sugar.
The lighting is a lot stronger than my original Flourescent ballast but makes the fish and the rocks sooo awesome looking. I told someone it was like turning on a high def tv for the first time. Its made by Coralife and contains a single 65K bulb at 95 watts. It is right above the water and the tank is about 12 inches deep so it may be way to much light.
When I turn on the light the sand bottom starts to bubble, nothing like boiling but the light stirs up the gasses in the sand and it sends up little bubbles all over where there is sand. Does not seem to bother the fish though. When the light is off then the bubbles stop after an hour or so.
From what you guys tell me it may be that there is to much light or that it is to close to the tank.
I added three pond weed clumps to compete with the algae last night. I hope it was enough.