The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Turns Out To Be "Grossly Exaggerated" By A Factor Of More Than 200By P Gosselin
No Tricks Zone
Jan. 05, 2011
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We’ve heard about a giant patch of garbage supposedly floating out in the Pacific, yet another unmistakable sign of the scourge that man is to the planet. Read NatGeo here and The Independent here and NPR here, just to name a few.
It turns out that it’s all a huge exaggeration.