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Plankton Research Equipment Inadvertently Reveals Skyrocketing Plastic Pollution Levels in World's Oceans

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Plankton Research Equipment Inadvertently Reveals Skyrocketing Plastic Pollution Levels in World's Oceans

Julia Conley, staff writer

The equipment was towed across millions of miles of ocean for six decades by marine scientists, meant to collect plankton—but its journeys have also given researchers a treasure trove of data on plastic pollution.

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This article is from july 2018:

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The greatest human legacy: Filth and destruction.

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"Hemp Plastics Are The Answer."

Completely biodegradable in 3 to 6 months.

Oil based plastics, several hundred years.

Is there any question of how oil is killing us?

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No problem.A thousand years from now people will be mining plastics to convert to badly needed energy. Thay’s if it takes that long to accept renewable energy production.
And yes, bring on the hemp.

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