Plastic trash has made its way to the Pacific Ocean and its collected in massive amounts out in the middle of a 10 million square mile area known as the Pacific Gyre (pronounced G-I-R-E) which is also known as 'The Great Pacific Garbage Patch'. The Gyre is a large clockwise spinning vortex that basically sucks everything into itself and because plastic is not biodegradable and cannot be broken down naturally it will just continue to circle the Gyre for decades maybe even centuries. This plastic soup is wreaking unimaginable havoc on the area's ecosystems. More than 1 million sea birds die from ingesting the plastic thinking that it's food. Turtles are choking on plastic shopping bags, which look amazingly like jelly fish, the main prey of turtles. The answer to stopping this madness is to STOP USING SO MUCH FUCKIN' PLASTIC.
And for the plastic that you do use, try to recycle it or better yet, REUSE it!
The 'Great Pacific Garbage Patch'. A western garbage patch. Also see NOAA's discussion of the Great Pacific Garbage Patches and the website of Five Gyres. Oct 10, 2017 While 'Great Pacific Garbage Patch' is a term often used by the media, it does not paint an accurate picture of the marine debris problem in the North.
MS3D Keyframe Manager-- Saturday 15 October 2011. MS3D Keyframe Manager is a program for managing keyframes on base of Milkshape 3D ASCII files (e.g. Life Model Viewer.