No Solid Mass of Debris from Japan in the Pacific Ocean

Here’s the bottom line: There is no solid mass of debris from Japan heading to the United States.

At this point, nearly three years after the earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, whatever debris remains floating is very spread out. It is spread out so much that you could fly a plane over the Pacific Ocean and not see any debris since it is spread over a huge area, and most of the debris is small, hard-to-see objects.

Zie ‘No Solid Mass of Debris from Japan in the Pacific Ocean‘.

7-11-2013 7.00 | Door: Stommeling Jones | Categorie: Losse skakels, Verenigde Staten

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