Monthly Archives: May 2012

#1 Trash on the Spin Cycle

Summary : It is indeed surprising to know that some beaches found in the Hawaiian Islands are badly contaminated with trash like beer bottles, lighters, etc. These dumps float from their origins, get brought up by the strong current of … Continue reading

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response after watching Trash on the Spin Cycle

Pollution is not surprised people anymore completely, but it shows that their responsibility to the environment is low standard. Obviously, we know environment is on an alarm situation, but people’s consciousness is not improved a bit. I don’t assume everyone, … Continue reading

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Respond to Trash on the Spin Cycle

Review: In the outermost island of the Hawaiian archipelago, a ocean team found many garbage on the beaches. It’s because the island is located in the middle of North Pacific Gyre, which is called “The Great Pecific Garbage Patch.” Because … Continue reading

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#1 Trash on the Spin Cycle

This one is extremely huge problem which can cause only by human being, moreover that innocent ocean animal happened to be on the edge of this problem. Its a gigantic disaster and we – people are the only one who made this … Continue reading

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response of media #1 Trash on the Spin Cycle

It has been discovered as a long term issue for years. Humanity has made serious sea pollutions. Everyone needs to beware of it; sea pollution is not just from the manufacture companies, it is also causes by wasting. Furthermore, there … Continue reading

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#1 Trash on the Spin Cycle

Summery: The remote islands in Hawaii are having piles of trash from the Asian countries and North and South American countries because the islands are in the stream, North Pacific Gyre. Thousands of birds are coming to the islands to … Continue reading

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respond to Trash on the spin cycle

Sea creatures get killed by consuming the trash humans left at the beach. The worst thing is that trash is indestructible and unbreakable. It will circulate the ocean and it can be eaten by sea creatures.  Sea gulls are easily … Continue reading

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