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“Weirdest Thing” Floats in South Pacific

Pumice, the lightweight stone used to smooth skin, is usually found in beauty salons, but on Thursday, August 9th, sailors from New Zealand’s Royal Navy found nearly 10,000 square miles of the lava rock bobbing on the surface of the … Continue reading

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Japan Tsunami Flotsam Beginning to Strike West Coast of U.S.

There is no doubt that all boaters in the Pacific need to be very aware of this serious debris hazard and of course, the environmental impact that comes with it. At this very moment, up to 25 million tons of … Continue reading

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