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When University of Hawaii professor Marlin Atkinson came home Tuesday evening, he didn’t like what he saw in the Makana Kai Marina. "I am a chemical oceanographer. I live here and I decided to take a look at what’s going on," said Atkinson.
Originally posted by ZeroReady
That stuff was never identified, as far as I know.
"We projected [the debris] would hit Midway in spring of next year, but based on the Pallada finding, the debris seems to be moving faster," added Hafner, noting that he has been tracking the progression of the debris using a detailed computer analysis of ocean currents. "We don't want to create a panic, but it's good to know it's coming." Learn more: www.naturalnews.com...
Originally posted by benrl
Isn't it around the time Japan tsunami debris start washing up places, could this be something from that? just a thought.
He decided to take water samples to try and determine what was dumped into the Keaahala stream which leads down to the marina.
"The police tried to trace up the stream, with three other officers to find the source," said Mark Osbourne who manages the private marina and condominium complex.