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Marine debris - the hidden global problem : Comments

By Ian Kiernan, published 18/9/2009

We must work together to ensure our oceans remain healthy, free of the rubbish created by careless humans.

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well done Ian for highlighting this significant and very real environmental issue that is largely getting ignored by the mainstream media. The legacy of this pollution is already in the food chain and we have two stark choices; continue along the current path and pay the inevitable price, or alternatively divert some of our "green" energies to addressing the problem. Unfortunately the former is more likely as addressing this will not be as nearly profitable as climate change.

http://www.openyoureyesnews.com/tag/ocean-health/
Posted by James Fairbairn, Saturday, 19 September 2009 8:16:27 PM
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This report is NOT good enough.

The plastic nurdle-floats are just a tip of the THERMODYNAMICS at play from incessant and growing human wastewater emission plumes from every major city,agricultural and industrial centre across Australia &the globe.

The mathematics of how these plumes flow, break up (Ricci-flow surgeries with entropy-metric)and form self contained eddies is explicit. The thermodynamic rule that links wastewater plumes and RICCI-flows to climate-disturbances is the Second law which states in statistical form that areas of ORDER tend to create a motive force on the global 3-surface towards areas of DISORDER.

For example the heat from central Australia in summer is attracted to Rudd's growing migrant intake sewage plumes and their resultant Ricci flow eddies.

Victoria's fireblaze areas just happen to be on a path between the nation's hot centre and the oceanic centroid of Eastern state pollution plumes entering the Tasman. Meantime these same human-waste-plumes off Queensland are attracting tropical heat from the Solomons to New Guinea into Queensland causing major flooding. This year a cyclone is definitely on the cards because the Queensland government is slack on wastewater &toxic pollution in its immigrant-rush to stay fiscally in-the-black.

Every additional human being that migrates to this country has a significant effect on the wastes that are dumped into our coastal seas and thus a significant extirpating effect on marine ecosystems that are needed to burgeon and in doing so, absorb critical levels of waste heat before bushfires, floods and cyclones take root.

We are all too used to believing that current paltry remnants of our pre 50's marine ecologies are the healthy norm. There is nothing left to compare with what they should be! This is wrongheaded and it allows fools like Rudd and his Macquariesque business bosses to ponce around talking up more migrants and more GST for THEIR prosperity and power and OUR infernal slavitude in an increasingly hostile land.

The problem is not plastics per-se, its bums-on-toilets. It's overpopulation and only greed can blind any rational person from this fundimental truth:

TACKLE POPULATION GROWTH TO BEAT CLIMATE CHANGEľOPT

http://www.optimumpopulation.org/submissions/climatechange09.pdf
http://www.optimumpopulation.org/righttoprocreate.briefing.pdf
Posted by KAEP, Sunday, 20 September 2009 7:31:40 AM
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On the point of overpopulation destroying marine ecosystems: its important to put foreward some ideas on limiting women's reproductive rights

But first, the insane notion that this is totalitrarian and thus EVIL must be shone with a bright light to send all the cockroaches scurrying:

We all LOVE Tigers but is NOT totalitarian to restrict their range and numbers to levels safe for normal human business and life.

Similarly, we all LOVE women and want the best for them, especially those close to us. Again, placing limits on their reproductive rights is NOT totalitarian if it maintains human numbers at levels safe for healthy marine ecosystems and thus, levels safe for normal business and life.

And, we all LOVE our immigrants & the GST revenues & increased property prices they raise. We all want the best for them, especially those close to us. Again, placing stricter limits on their annual intake numbers is NOT totalitarian if it maintains Australia's population at levels safe for healthy marine ecosystems and thus, levels safe for the average Australian's business and life.

As for the inter-gender blame game? Yes it takes two to make a baby, but it most often ONLY TAKES ONE unappreciated, selfish & lonely creature to HAVE it.

If you want healthy oceans, a sustainable planet and any kind of future for your quota of kids then it really is time to stop pussy-footing around this very important point.
Posted by KAEP, Sunday, 20 September 2009 7:59:35 AM
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Yeah, KAEP, and I read somewhere their periods attract bears! Bears can smell the menstruation!
Posted by Clownfish, Monday, 21 September 2009 10:33:27 AM
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And, yes, we all LOVE our clownfish & the Grace they bestow our beautiful fishtanks. We all want the best for them, especially those close to us. Again, placing stricter limits on their breeding numbers in the wild is NOT totalitarian if it maintains Australia's oceanic and riverine biodiversity at democratic levels where the best is achieved for the biggest possible majority of species. Rather than benefiting a few pollutitian clownfish and their business partners in a grab to eliminate the rights of genuinely democratic species living within sustainable niches, clownfish should seek to control their number in accordance with the DEMOCRATIC principle of the best for the most.

Alas, clownfish RUDD has changed the Oxford Dictionary definition of DEMOCRACY to include benevolent immigration based DICTATORSHIPS.

Rudd Oxf Dict: DEMOCRACY: A system of government designed principally to avoid civil wars in a closed population by governing in a manner that gives the best outcomes for the Most number of citizens. (RuddAddenda)Where the economic growth & GST taxes to pay for democracy comes from huge influxes of immigrants it is OK for such governments to be DICTATORSHIPS and still call themselves DEMOCRACIES because the flood of new citizens is so grateful for a safe new home that they will vote for just about anything. This new system of government is also called DICKTOCRACY. Such DICKTOCRACIES often wail that they are powerless to stop such immigration despite ubeing the only ones who benefit from it. Legislation has been passed to ensure all citizens BELIEVE this upon penalty of death.

In short, DICKTOCRACIES are always fought hard for by clownfish who are the real TOTALITARIANS & future NAZIS because they value their peckers over the rights of their fellow denizens, whom they seek to either subjugate through overcrowding pressures & dilution of rights or exterminate by dumping their overcrowded clownfish wastes in the environment, thus poisoning those that will be poisoned.

A DAY IN THE LIFE of A CLOWNFISH:

Cherchez la femme clownfish ... whatever & whomever it takes & how ever many lies, deceptions and pollution coverups (like Clean-u^p-Australia-Campaign) it takes.
Posted by KAEP, Monday, 21 September 2009 1:08:47 PM
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Whenever One Under God slows, there's always KAEP to cheer me up :)
Posted by Clownfish, Monday, 21 September 2009 1:12:22 PM
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