Skip to comments.Up to 20 million tons of debris from Japanís tsunami moving toward Hawaii
Posted on 10/24/2011 12:59:09 PM PDT by LucyT
Some 5 to 20 million tons of debris--furniture, fishing boats, refrigerators--sucked into the Pacific Ocean in the wake of Japan's March 11 earthquake and tsunami are moving rapidly across the Pacific.
Researchers from the University of Hawaii tracking the wreckage estimate it could approach the U.S. West Coast in the next three years, the UK Daily Mail reports.
"We have a rough estimate of 5 to 20 million tons of debris coming from Japan,"
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“We have a rough estimate of 5 to 20 million tons of debris coming from Japan,”
Which is nothing compared to the millions of tons of debris shipped in from China every day.
wow! What will they ever do with this? Won’t this wreck the Hawaiian beaches and tourist trade to boot?
hmm, will the debris hit Pearl Harbor on December 7, 2011?
It will become a beachcombers’ paradise.
“Wont this wreck the Hawaiian beaches and tourist trade to boot?”
Pfffft, I could not care less. In fact, I may enjoy hearing some of the natives whine.
This, from a hated, hoale.
How will me know that it is debris from Japan and not another “occupy” movement?
Not to worry...the Hawaii Department of Health have lots of experience dealing with garbage.
We Michiganders love wilderness loving visitors and their money. We’re always welcoming.
How radio active is this stuff? Didn’t see anything in the article about that possibility.
Lord. What could be done for this? Skimmers? Then what? Burn?
Send obama out to turn back the tide. Maybe it will take him with it.
But how do you get a house of the beach?
How do you get a house off the beach?
“We Michiganders love wilderness loving visitors and their money. Were always welcoming.”
I know... I’ve been, and will be back. Well, to the north half. When you get to southeast Michigan, it’s not so nice.
Anyone got a large cargo ship with crane I can borrow for 3 weeks? Floating gold!
Actually, they say it’s all going to wash up in California, which for some reason I find amusing ...
See video of massive garbabe slick at sea ...
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