Editor’s Note: The following is a part of Dr. Dave Randle’s editorial on Huffington Post yesterday, June 7, 2013 on how “Together we have the power to protect the oceans.” Highlighted sections by Neptune 911. According to leading scientists, the… Read More ›
Plastics in oceans
Editor’s Note: Recently I purchased an aroma therapy product “Sinus Help (TM),” which are inhalation beads that looked like wax. I discovered the wax to be plastic beads that will likely find their way into our waterways. Scrub products, as noted… Read More ›
Current Conditions updates on the toxicity of hissing lawns, deadly green algae on French beaches, plastic trash and medical wastes growing along shorelines.
From my window, the Pacific Ocean looks endless and impenetrable. It is so big, that surely, one little accidental drop of trash, like a plastic bottle that blew out from my hands, could not hurt this water giant.