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I mean the Pacific Ocean, and I mean in a good way:
This is why I need to make a greater effort to crawl out of the hospital more often, and remember why I moved all the way to Rural.
Posted at 01:00 PM in Recreation, Rural Life | Permalink
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I recently watched the film, "Addicted to Plastic," by Ian Connacher, and learned that the middle of the four main oceans act as a toilet bowl spinning downwards with the currents and collecting garbage—a ten to one ratio of plastic garbage— that is then eaten by sea animals, including fish, whales, jellyfish, crustaceans and birds flying above. The plastic materials bioaccumulate in the bigger fish that are commonly hunted by people such as tuna, and salmon. This plastic material breaks down and re-absorbs toxins at an even higher concentration than when the plastics were originally created. I will never eat fish from an ocean again!
It is nice to look at, but just don't get too close to the middle areas. ;)
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February 04, 2010 at 06:00 PM
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January 28, 2010 at 04:39 PM
Great picture on today's post. Did you take it? What a great reminder for all of us to slow down and enjoy what's around us daily. Thanks
December 07, 2009 at 02:10 PM
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