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bubble rocks good or bad

I am new at the whole betta thing I just brought my first betta about a week go, and after a scary pass few days got him in a 20 gallon trusted tank, because his somehow go a nasty split up the frount that nobody seems to know how it got there, go firgue when you a four year old in the house without respect for anybody stuff, but back to my question, my 20gallon is seat up like this I have a whisper quiet filter system which uses chalco filters and a 12 inch long bubble rock with a 20 amp air pump with a vaule to turn it up and down as I need, which know its doing soft bubbles, but Breaded Dragon seems to like to ride the bubbles from the floor of the tank to top, and repeatly does this I been keeping an eye out for fin ripps, I had guppies a few back that tore their all to paices do this, but the rock was on a higher out put then, should I remove the rock, is so what should I get to replace it or just leave and let him get board with the wall of bubbles a friend said she turned hers up side down to blow toward the bottam of the tank but I think that is more dangous on the fish and with out a vaule can do more harm then good I think
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