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Re: The Great Pacific Garbage Dump Stretches From California to China

On Fri, 08 Aug 2008 15:53:08 GMT, GofBorg
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>Yes my concern would be that the rate in would exceed the rate out.
>However I read that there is some new high tech de-salinization equipment
>being deployed in the middle east that will replace the old stuff so I
>imagine there would be quite a bit of heavy equipment castoffs from that
>project. Maybe the Sheiks could be generous and donate it to Greenpeace so
>someone can get to work cleaning it up.


Hmmm! A group of guys who want to oil prices high donating equipment to a
group that wants to reduce the use of oil. Yep!

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On Fri, 08 Aug 2008 15:50:42 GMT, GofBorg
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>Seems like there is mongrel plastic
>interspersed into some of these composite
>materials I see being used in playgrounds.
>I guess if we could just coax all of the oceanic
>oil and fuel spills into this area we could just
>light it off and have a barbecue.


Fake wood is the only use for mongrel plastic I can think of for now.

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But I've seen the commercials showing that the Oil companies are investing
in battery technology. The guy says it's the most important work of his
career! 🙂

Roy: "Who's done more research than the good people at the American Tobacco
Industry? They say its harmless. Why would they lie? If you're dead, you
can't smoke. "


"Donald Albury" <dalbury0978@not.bellsouth.net> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 08 Aug 2008 15:53:08 GMT, GofBorg
> <GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:
>
>>Yes my concern would be that the rate in would exceed the rate out.
>>However I read that there is some new high tech de-salinization equipment
>>being deployed in the middle east that will replace the old stuff so I
>>imagine there would be quite a bit of heavy equipment castoffs from that
>>project. Maybe the Sheiks could be generous and donate it to Greenpeace
>>so
>>someone can get to work cleaning it up.

>
> Hmmm! A group of guys who want to oil prices high donating equipment to a
> group that wants to reduce the use of oil. Yep!
>
> Donald Albury



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> Fake wood is the only use for mongrel plastic I can think of for now.

I think I've seen dumpsters made from mongrel plastic.

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> Hmmm! A group of guys who want to oil prices high donating equipment to a
> group that wants to reduce the use of oil. Yep!


Well I suggested it tongue in cheek...
wanted to see if you would bite on it.
Woohoo look at those snappers. Down boy!
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On Fri, 08 Aug 2008 21:14:01 GMT, GofBorg
<GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

>> Hmmm! A group of guys who want to oil prices high donating equipment to a
>> group that wants to reduce the use of oil. Yep!

>
>Well I suggested it tongue in cheek...
>wanted to see if you would bite on it.
>Woohoo look at those snappers. Down boy!


Or those oil guys might just donate the equipment by air-dropping it on the
good ship Greenpeace.

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On Fri, 08 Aug 2008 21:10:41 GMT, GofBorg
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>I think I've seen dumpsters made from mongrel plastic.


You mean they don't make them from metal anymore? How will the bottoms rust
out? (there's a story behind that.)

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>
> You mean they don't make them from metal anymore? How will the bottoms
> rust out? (there's a story behind that.)


Residential dumpsters...not the giant ones.
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