Some of the items found on the ground after the eruption included: Cigarette butts, plastic utensils and straws, film wrappers and other random articles, including a baby pacifier from the 1930’s.
At more than 1,700 miles away from the nearest island, the closest humans to Point Nemo are often the astronauts passing over in the International Space Station.
When you think about tap water, the most common concerns are things like lead, fluoride, or other chemical pollutants. Most people don’t realize that they are usually also taking a big gulp of plastic.
Researchers from KU Leuven and the University of Antwerp come up with a new device that they claim not only cleans pollution from the air, but also converts it into hydrogen that can be used as a clean fuel.