sixpenceee:

In the words of science magazine 

Millions of tons. That’s how much plastic should be floating in the world’s oceans, given our ubiquitous use of the stuff. But a new study finds that 99% of this plastic is missing. One disturbing possibility: Fish are eating it.

If that’s the case, “there is potential for this plastic to enter the global ocean food web,” says Carlos Duarte, an oceanographer at the University of Western Australia, Crawley. “And we are part of this food web.”

SOURCE & MORE INFORMATION

give it a whirl.

aestheticgoddess:

Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow, 1930

culinarycanvas:

Bumblebee.

strakss:

desert-dreamer:

Gerhard Richter

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can’t even stay.