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2008-05-25 20:41:33
They strip the hazardous stuff out so that whats left is basically an artificial reef, which can actually help since we have destroyed a lot of the natural reefs.
2008-05-25 20:32:06
If they clean them out, what is that slick on the water in the 2nd row far right. It's oil or fuel, that pollutes at 1 part per 1,000,000.
2008-05-20 16:48:18
Tiny and larger critters were pretty much fucked by the detonation,cool pic nevertheless.
2008-05-20 09:22:36
They clean those things up pretty well before they do that kind of thing, Waldo...strip out insulation and wiring , pump out fuels, oil, lubes, fact, deliberately sunken ships typically form a base for habitat...tiny critters take up housekeeping , other slightly larger critters come to eat them, and so on up the food chain..if you're worried about the declining health of the sea, and we all should be, direct your passion and energy toward international regulation and enforcement ... well-conceived fishing laws and the means to compell compliance...
2008-05-20 08:57:10
Yeah, there's not enuf crap in the sea, so lets add some old oil, asbestos, pcbs and junk metal. Then we can ask in 20 years or so ," How come there's no sea life?" Mankind can't go extinct soon enuf