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How is the west coast going to deal with the impending debris field? UPDATE

 
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How is the west coast going to deal with the impending debris field? UPDATE
UPDATE Simulation of debris field

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1. Will they use chemtrails and use the jet stream to steer it somewhere else?

2. In a previous video that was posted on another thread, it stated that CA did not have the money to deal with it and they were depending on volunteers to clean it up.

really?

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September update on the debris field.

Last Edited by Watching the world on 10/28/2012 07:40 AM
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Body parts...

Nice way to bring disease to America.

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09/15/2012 10:53 PM
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Re: How is the west coast going to deal with the impending debris field? UPDATE
Actually the Fed is going to spring on this one.

Along the coast we have 'spotters' who will wait to see the debris coming in, when it starts coming in then stat workers like Cal-Trans, Haz Mat and the like will be brought in to assess and "salvage".

Local news was talking that if you see debris coming in, call a non-emergency number (police) and report what you see and the location and to NOT approach the debris as there may be bodies and remains amongst the wreckage.

There is a 'charitable' (non-profit) organization that will sift through debris to find photos, lock boxes and other things that may be of personal value to victims. Those items are to be cleaned, dried and packed up and then shipped back to Japan.

I know of three salvage/sanitation companies in the northern area have already made room for incoming debris, sorting out wood for chipping and composting, and sorting out other recyclable materials plastics glass, metal (if any). These are private companies who are 'donating' their services and trucks - but they get the return on the salvage meaning all money they get from recycling is theirs.

Lastly there are already local groups of people who are on voluntary 'duty' for miscellaneous clean-up duty.

The greatest concern is the vast stretched of coast that are not easy to get to. Much of the northern coast is a minor cliff of about 100 feet down to the ocean (or more). Thus if debris washes up there we have a huge issue at getting at it and removing it.
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Thanks for the update!

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nuke it
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From other Reports i know that the People really love
to get some Picture back, when you find some please
send them to the Embassy or like the Elb said to the spec.
Charity Organisation!

Pictures means a lot when you lost every-/ something!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Ca. needs to take large open barges out to sea and stop the debris field from reaching the coast...at least stop some from reaching the shores and damaging the wild-life.

Imagine, It only takes money! Get some of those rich folks in Ca. to contribute to the clean up process instead of always taking from the land/resources

I know I could never be rich, Always trying to fix the problems of the world would leave me penniless. Oh! That's right I'm already broke, Yet my Spirit and Faith/Believe in better times keep me going.

The light at the end of the tunnel.-_-.
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09/23/2012 08:52 AM

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Re: How is the west coast going to deal with the impending debris field? UPDATE
320 tons of trash picked up so far, Whole Foods gives $50 for finding unusual items.

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simulation map

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Last Edited by Watching the world on 09/23/2012 08:54 AM
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I am not sure how to read this map - this page takes a minute to load but it is interesting.

Ghostnet Buoy map

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There is also an app for tracking debris.

[link to www.marinedebris.engr.uga.edu]
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[link to www.atiak.com]

Anyone got a clue?
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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is out there too.
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Will this recent earthquake and ocean activity bring the debris field closer?

This video was posted to You Tube in September 2012.
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