26 October 2007

Again... Is it Art?

A heap of debris is floating in the Pacific that's twice the size of Texas, according to marine biologists. The so-called Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an enormous stew of trash - which consists of 80 percent plastics and weighs some 3.5 million tons. It floats where few people ever travel, in a no-man's land between San Francisco and Hawaii.



Dan B said...

I'm trying to figure out if Tony's post is the first step toward environmental awareness and involvement or just a morbid fascination with filth.

mimi said...