This is really difficult to grasp, the magnitude of this and the silence that goes with it. A garbage patch twice the size of Texas now. Obviously, this requires an international effort, a global effort because in the end, it’s affects all seven billion of our family and friends.
It’s not the size of France—it’s the size of three Frances
Source: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is 16 times larger than we thought, according to the journal Scientific Reports — Quartz
Finally, after many years, got a Racor 500 put in, thanks Darrel. It costs more but the filters actually cost less than the old RP12 and it’s top loading so no more priming when I run out of fuel coming out of South River.
Next up, accumulator, 1.5 gallon which really helps with the cycling of the fresh water pump. So far, I like it.
But on a sad note, looks like the Profile monitor is on its way out. After staying on for a few minutes, she blanks out. Being 18 years old, guess she’s lived her time.
So today the Pope made his views known about climate change, global warming, and mankind’s role in it. It’ll be interesting to see how the catholic political candidates that are to do the bidding of Big Oil and other enviro-destructors respond. Lets see how they tap dance around this issue.
In the meantime, here’s a little photo gallery to stare at and ponder, where does all that stuff actually go anyway. If you’re one of those who doesn’t believe in Science, or thinks everything a conspiracy, or just cannot accept facts or takes FoxNews as a credible news agency, I’ve included a photo for you at the end of the gallery so you can stick your head back in.