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Old 06-04-2013, 04:29 PM   #1

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Default Good Pacific Trash Area!
I'd never heard about this!!! A pile of garbage that's twice the size of Texas is hanging approximately Hawaii and San Francisco. The Truly Amazing Pacific Garbage Patch, because it is known as, weighs about 3.5 million tons, and is 80 % plastic. Caught in a course by currents and winds, it's developing ten-fold every decade, and has been been around because the 1950s. It's not really a dumping ground in the sense that individuals are putting their decline in to the pile and traveling or sailing by. As an alternative, it's picking up garbage that comes on-shore, and has since made its solution to the Pacific. Cleaning it up doesn't seem too likely, because the work would cost millions, but it'd be good if we determined ways to stop contributing to it. Still another possibility: making it sort of anti-Disney World. Certainly that will transform even the worst plastic-wasting offenders in our midst in to fervent environmentalists.Gregory Mone http://popsci.typepad.com/popsci/200...island-of.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_P..._Garbage_Patch http://www.physorg.com/news112248742.html That really makes me ill.
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Old 08-17-2018, 11:56 AM   #2

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Indeed this is alarming and the organizations need to do something about it as well. I am trying to bring the issue up with assistance from research paper writing services experts and really happy to see you putting in an effort as well.
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