This Giant Mass Of Japanese Tsunami Debris Is Headed For The U.S.
Julie Zeveloff|October 21, 2011
The tsunami that hit Japan in March created millions of tons of waste, much of which is currently floating in the Pacific Ocean.
The mass of garbage, which includes everything from cars to entire homes, has dispersed over hundreds of miles of ocean and is headed towards the U.S., where some of it is expected to make landfall in Hawaii in two years and on the west coast a year later, according to the Scientifc American.
Fucking Japan. First Pearl Harbor and now this. You think they would of learned after the two A-Bombs.