The Great Pacific Garbage Move, Australia Wanders East on us!

In a post below, I noted that the map below, which is really part of an art project, depicted the Great Pacific Garbage Patch as being a mere smudge on a satellite  image of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of South America.

Our friend and diligent researcher Harvey’s Pretzel Mug saw more than I could with this “smudge”. See his comment, and below:

All they have done here is to superimpose a map of Australia on a satellite image of the Pacific. This is amazingly dishonest, but in our propaganda-immersed climate today, no one double-checks except people like Patrick Moore, author of Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom, and Harvey’s Pretzel Mug. HPM noted that the coloration of the “smudge” coincided with the green areas of Australia. I note the presence of the Far North Peninsula on the smudge as well as upper right on on any map of Queensland. The peninsula points directly at Papau New Guinea.

This is a gigantic lie. It is right up there with Michael Mann’s hockey stick, Al Gore’s science and math creds, and Anthony Fauci’s personal integrity. Where did it originate? The search engine indicators point at something called ART 3170 Civic Engagement: Social “Action” Project. I do not know what that is, but would guess that part of the Social “Action” was to highlight a fake invisible catastrophe, in this case the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which does not exist. Given that fact, people in the project decided to do what all Climate Alarmists do, what the IPCC does, what Michael Mann and Al Gore do … just make shit up. If we had honest news, they would be called out, but I am being absurd.

I will give them kudos for creativity, however.

6 thoughts on “The Great Pacific Garbage Move, Australia Wanders East on us!

  1. “The name “Pacific Garbage Patch” has led many to believe that this area is a large and continuous patch of easily visible marine debris items such as bottles and other litter—akin to a literal island of trash that should be visible with satellite or aerial photographs. This is not the case. While higher concentrations of litter items can be found in this area, much of the debris is actually small pieces of floating plastic that are not immediately evident to the naked eye.” https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/garbagepatch.html

    I have no idea what is out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. I have, however, seen trash strewn all over the (terrestrial) landscape and have no reason to believe that man has not treated oceans in the same manner. How much? I have no clue.

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    1. Moore goes to great lengths to describe the garbage that is in the ocean. There is no Patch, per se, but widely distributed garbage, the bulk of which comes from fishing vessels in the form of discarded nets, which continue to catch fish without harvesting them. That is something we can address.

      Other than that, photos of dead birds with guts full of plastic, a beached whale with a truckload of plastic coming from its mouth are either staged or faked. A mother bird feeding plastic to her young one has to do with gizzards. On land birds use pebbles, but there are none at sea, so they use floating debris of many kinds, wood, volcanic floating lava, and plastic. It all works for them though I wish the plastic were not available.

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  2. Could be a double-bluff, or even a triple-bluff (an action which is intended to be perceived as a double bluff, but which is in fact merely a bluff). All are possibilities while attempting to direct our gaze. We can control our own gaze, of course, but there’s a lot of garbage out there to wade through, or not.

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    1. Agreed. All of the west coast is being reduced to garbage and treated like the same. Contemplating what move I might need to make. Former NY and Jersey guy, I hear that there’s a string of garbage land out your way as well.

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