Hawaii in the Path of "North Pacific Garbage Patch" aka Japan Tsunami Debris

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HONOLULU — It could be the first official report of tsunami debris from Japan nearing Hawaii.A new report coming from a Russian ship have UH researchers changing their predictions.   Since the March 11th earthquake and tsunami, researchers have been predicting it would take about two years for the debris from Japan to hit Hawaii’s west-facing beaches. “We have a rough estimate of 5 to 20 million tons of debris coming from Japan,” said UH computer programming researcher Jan Hafner.   An average of 10 million tons of debris, the same amount released into the north Pacific basin in one year, was dislodged and set adrift in one day.
 “Hawaii is just in the path,” said Hafner.  
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0 responses to “Hawaii in the Path of "North Pacific Garbage Patch" aka Japan Tsunami Debris

  1. the experts were a little off,on their timing.(imagine that)

     
  2. YUK! If anyone here is going to Hawaii on holiday… I would go ASAP! Gosh, what a mass of debris it IS too tons and tons of it… Eeewww
    I like what a commenter said, “Don’t worry. The POTUS will create a “jobs package” costing billions to clean up the debris and then apologize to Japan for not cleaning it up sooner.” … LOL

     
  3. I THINK WE SHOULD DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT NOW, LIKE GOING OUT TO SEA AND GATHERING AS MUCH DEBRIS BEFORE IT HITS THE ISLANDS. IT’S NOT ONLY GOING TO BE A NASTY SIGHT IT WILL ALSO CAUSE LOTS OF HEALTH PROBLEMS TO PEOPLE THAT SWIM IN OUR WATERS, ALSO OUR FOOD SUPPLY FROM THE OCEAN.

     

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