These information is telling us about the depth of the oceans dumping, and how people are throwing trash into the sea, and not throwing them properly away in their right place. The source is also giving other ways to help stop throwing trash into our oceans and spread the awareness between people. The author of this article is Rodman Griffin. I didn’t find any information about the author on that site. The purpose of this article is biased on not to dumping trash into the ocean.
Until the 1970’s, garbage was intentionally dumped into the ocean. Although these laws are supposed to stop us from illegal dumping, it obviously has not and the issue has continuously gotten worse and worse. Another act that was passed was the
Annex V is of particular importance to the maritime community, including shippers, oil platforms, fishers, recreational boaters and cruise lines, as it prohibits the disposal of plastic at sea and regulates the disposal of other types of garbage at sea. Under Annex V of the Convention, garbage includes all types of food, domestic and operational wastes (excluding fresh fish), generated during the normal operation of the vessel and liable to be disposed of continuously or periodically. This annex also requires ports and terminals to provide garbage reception facilities for ships. As of 16 February 2009, 139 countries have ratified Annex V controlling the disposal of plastics and garbage from ships into the oceans. ‘Special Areas’ are designated by MARPOL Annex V as locations where, due to the site’s unique oceanographic, ecological or traffic conditions, all overboard discharges of garbage (except groundup food wastes) are prohibited.
It is also very wrong to kill Loggerhead Turtles. Loggerhead turtles are being killed by people and I have a way to stop that. The government should make it illegal to kill Loggerhead Sea Turtles. If we can get enough people to vote for it after we ask the government then we can make it illegal to kill Loggerhead Sea Turtles. People shouldn’t kill or disturb Loggerhead Turtles.
In additions these regulations state that different products must not be mixed together as they would produce toxic fumes. Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety)
So, all of the apologies were unneeded. Yes, I understand that we should accept and let him take care of business. But, he isn’t make very smart choices. Rick Snyder is governor so he is suppose to govern us meaning “take care of” so if you wanted to be a governor and accepted not to help people in a crisis such as The Flint Water Crisis then most definitely you should step down. The last reason why people don’t understand why Rick Snyder should step down is because Rick Snyder knew about the water being contaminated.
By banning bottled water people would be more likely to fill up their own bottles, thus they would be saving themselves money. Also if bottled water was banned then toxins would not be leaked into the water that they would be drinking. Finally banning bottled water would help to save the lives of wildlife and fish. People believe bottles will not hurt animals or fish but bottles do cause great damage to the environment and damage the ecosystem more than thought to have. Fish lose their kelp habitats to bottles that take oxygen out of the water that kelp and fish need to survive.
In “Is Fish Farming Safe?” Terry McCarthy states that the current way of fish farming is ruining our water and eco systems by dumping waste. Elizabeth Kolber essay “The Acid Sea” discusses about the carbon dioxide we are pumping into our oceans, and Susan Casey “Our Oceans Are Turning into Plastics… are you?” focuses on how we are dumping plastics and garbage into our oceans. While despite these author’s talking about different topic they all agree about future ramifications of having wastes in our oceans and waters.
The act of euthanasia, whether active or passive, is heavily obstructed in the medical field. Through medical ethics, the act of passive euthanasia is condoned by withholding treatment and thus, allowing the patient to die. Without any direct contact with the patient, the doctor is not considered as the cause of death. Thus, the medical field views passive euthanasia as of lesser and more permissible value in comparison to active euthanasia. In the statement made by the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association, they perceive this as contrary to mercy killing, as it is, the cessation of the employment of extraordinary means to prolong the life of the body when there is irrefutable evidence that biological death is imminent is the decision of the patient and/or his immediate family.
The cellular membrane will shrink, and become jagged. Paired with the deconstruction of cells, the body will also try to remove the excess salt from the body, in the form of urine. In order to remove the large amount of sodium in the body, there must be an even larger amount of water. This removal causes dehydration, and ultimately is the reason for death. I am in no way in need of safe drinking water, but I am an avid sailor.