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Avoiding a Collision Course among Ocean Giants - Historically considered the giants of the sea, whales are literally dwarfed in size and number by a growing fleet of supersized vessels.   No match for fast moving mechanical behemoths, a whale is likely to pay with its life if the two collide.  To alleviate the threat posed by collisions, research is being conducted and protective measures afforded by the now 40 year old Marine Mammal Protection Act are being developed and adopted.

Avoiding a Collision Course among Ocean Giants - Historically considered the giants of the sea, whales are literally dwarfed in size and number by a growing fleet of supersized vessels. No match for fast moving mechanical behemoths, a whale is likely to pay with its life if the two collide. To alleviate the threat posed by collisions, research is being conducted and protective measures afforded by the now 40 year old Marine Mammal Protection Act are being developed and adopted.

About 33% of the toxic contaminants in the ocean are a result of air pollution. 44% are a result of runoff from rivers and streams. #WorldWaterDay

About of the toxic contaminants in the ocean are a result of air pollution. are a result of runoff from rivers and streams.

“Do not gloat over me, my enemy! Though I have fallen, I will rise… Micah NIV. This would make a great tattoo!

Air pollution is caused by chemicals or biological particles released into the atmosphere. Air ... / Credits: Reuters

Petro-Canada& Edmonton Refinery and Distribution Center glows at dusk in Edmonton on February This picture was taken on February

(Man's Industrial Evolution)

Logo creates from hot floating steel, at first red (smoking) then cools down and…

Protester at U.S Capitol

Protester at U.S Capitol. Makes a good point.

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