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A "Garbage Island"
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FROM THE HEAVENS TO THE EARTH


I WROTE ON 17TH AUGUST 2009:

CONVERSATION BETWEEN SETUN SHENAR AND ME.
PLEASE READ THE ATTACHED NEWS.
WASTE IN THE OCEAN OF MOTHER EARTH.
ANOTHER SIGN OF YOUR DECADENCE, OF YOUR IMMINENT SELF-DESTRUCTION.
MAY THE BLESSED AND THE JUST ONES HAVE FAITH FOR THEIR SALVATION.
PEACE!

I HAVE THANKED SETUN SHENAR

Sant’Elpidio a Mare, (Italy)
17th August 2009
Giorgio Bongiovanni
Stigmatist

A “GARBAGE ISLAND” IN THE PACIFIC THREATENS THE MARINE ECOSYSTEM

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Simulation of the Plastic Vortex in the Pacific / A victim of the floating waste which was trapped by a plastic ring and grown in an anomalous way
http://www.greenpeace.org/international/assets/binaries/trash_vortex.swf

8 August 2009.- The Great Pacific “Garbage Patch”, also described as the Eastern Garbage Patch or the Pacific Trash Vortex, is a gyre of marine litter in the central North Pacific Ocean located roughly between 135° to 155°W and 35° to 42°N and estimated to be twice the size of Texas. The patch is characterized by exceptionally high concentrations of suspended plastic and other debris that have been trapped by the currents of the North Pacific Gyre.
Project Kaisei is a scientific and commercial mission to study and cleanup the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, estimated to contain 20 times the density of floating debris compared to the global average. The project aims to study the extent and nature of the debris with a view to capturing, detoxifying, and recycling the material, and is organised by the Ocean Voyages Institute, a California-based non-profit organisation dealing with marine preservation.
In August 2009, the initial study and feasability voyage phase of Project Kaisei began, conducted by two vessels, New Horizon, and Kaisei.
The initial feasibility mission aims to collect 40 tonnes of debris, using special nets designed not to catch fish, in two passes through the field. The project would later test methods of recycling the collected garbage into new plastic, or commercial products such as diesel fuel or clothing.
The existence of the garbage patch received wider public and scientific attention after it was documented in several articles written by Charles Moore, a California-based sea captain and ocean researcher. Moore, returning home through the North Pacific Gyre after competing in the Transpac sailing race, came upon an enormous stretch of floating debris.
Updated information from New Horizon can be viewed at www.projectkaisei.org.
Unlike debris which biodegrades, the photodegraded plastic disintegrates into ever smaller pieces while remaining a polymer. This process continues down to the molecular level.
As the plastic flotsam photodegrades into smaller and smaller pieces, it concentrates in the upper water column. As it disintegrates, the plastic ultimately becomes small enough to be ingested by aquatic organisms which reside near the ocean's surface. Plastic waste thus enters the food chain through its intense concentration in the neuston.
Many of these long-lasting plastics end up in the stomachs of marine birds and animals, including sea turtles, and the Black-footed Albatross. Besides the particles' danger to wildlife, the floating debris can absorb organic pollutants from seawater, including PCBs, DDT, and PAHs. Aside from toxic effects, when ingested, some of these are mistaken by the endocrine system as estradiol, causing hormone disruption in the affected animal. Marine plastics also facilitate the spread of invasive species that attach to floating plastic in one region and drift long distances to colonize other ecosystems.

THE MOST POLLUTED RIVER IN THE WORLD

Our editorial group has received these pictures, sent by Ruth Noemí Suarez Peraza, the title was “the most polluted river in the world”. The attached images speak by themselves and the reader will make his/her conclusions.

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I do not know what you feel about it, but I feel impotent and sad by noticing how our world is deteriorating and falling apart because of our actions.
This is river Citarum, west of Java Island, Indonesia.
Ironically this river, some time ago, was used for fishing and watering fields, but because of industries developed around it, the river has become an enormous landfill. People stopped fishing in it. The activity carried out now is searching between waste looking for something to sell or to barter for food.
Thus we should not complain when our nature reacts to this disaster with earthquakes, hurricanes, floods… this reaction is only a small demonstration of what will happen if we carry on this way.

By: Aporrea.org / Tiempo.hn / nuestroclima.com / GreenPeace     
Published on: 09/08/09

 

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