Floating Seawer Skyscraper Rids The World’s Oceans Of Plastic While Generating Clean Energy

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Starship Earth: The Big Picture

Wow! Wow! Wow!!! I get very excited when I see promising new technology like this. One of the reasons that the debris from Fukushima is still floating in the oceans is that present-day ships that would be dispatched to the clean-up effort would create more of a mess that is already out there. This is very encouraging! -LW


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Seawer is a self-supported hydroelectric power station that can generate electricity using seawater at the same time that it cleans up plastic waste. The huge structure separates plastic particles and fluids, recycles seawater and releases it back into the ocean.

The structure receives energy from the sun, ocean and plastics and moves slowly from one polluted area to the next. The project received an honorable mention in the 2014 eVolo Skyscraper Competition.

Millions of tons of trash enter the ocean each year and cluster in particular areas of the world’s oceans…

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Benjamin Fulford 10-13-14… “Do top Western leaders work for hostile aliens or are they just evil?”

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benjamin_fulford_smile_smirk92Do top Western leaders work for hostile aliens or are they just evil?
Posted by benjamin, October 13, 2014

What passes as the leadership of the Western world, especially the United States, is acting in such a stupid and downright evil manner that we have to ask the question of who they really work for. As this article is being written, the secret government of the West is continuing to spread bio-weapons, yet again threatening nuclear terror, trying to start World War 3 in the Middle East or Europe and otherwise behaving like a bunch of psychopaths.

Then there is what appears to be some sort of secret weather warfare going on. As this story goes to press, supposed super typhoon Vongfong

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/japan-braced-for-super-typhoon-vongfong-as-pictures-taken-from-space-show-strength-of-hurricane-9788074.html

is directly over Tokyo and yet it is hardly even raining and there is no wind. A look at the Japanese infrared and visual weather satellite photographs…

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