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A giant floating trash collector will try to scoop up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
The project is the expensive, untried brainchild of a 23-year-old Dutch college dropout named Boyan Slat, who was so disgusted by the plastic waste he encountered diving off Greece [!] as a teen that he has devoted his life to cleaning up the mess.
Periodically a garbage ship will be sent out to scoop up the collected trash and transport it to shore, where it will be recycled.
Short on not-detail: I'll assume that plant is not located in either USA or CHINA but will be somewhere on the west cost of AFRICA. Maybe Bal'more, MD. What a trip.

I had an open question about Fukishima spent rods (Where will they go?) that I abandoned once I found photos of the Fukishima dirt depository. Because I never got an answer from the CA Cohort of Petty Landlords. Also ...

## Mental disorder is a communicable disease.

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by Cat on Tue Aug 7th, 2018 at 04:25:33 PM EST
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