Yeah, that's a load of brine too.
From Real Clear Life:
Scientists returning from a recent deep-sea expedition are struggling to explain why they found an unusually high concentration of marine life off the coast of Hawaii. The federal researchers were surprised to see an abundance of sawtooth eels, dragonfish, and other mercurial creatures at that depth.
The stretch of ocean in question, around a mile off the Big Island’s coast, defies the norm. While Hawaii is generally known by experts to be teeming with sea life, the rest of the surrounding Pacific waters are a biological wasteland.
In a recent interview with the Associated Press, the expedition’s lead researcher and NOAA oceanographer Jamison Gove believes therein lies the mystery: “[We] know that Hawaii is this biological hotspot,” Gove said, “So there’s kind of this paradox: How can you have so much productivity around Hawaii yet the surrounding ocean waters are literally a barren ocean landscape?”Maybe it is man.
Maybe boats dumping garbage in the ocean helps feed the critters.
Maybe mankind actually helps the environment.
Maybe the more carbon dioxide the sea absorbs, the livelier the sea becomes.
By the way, 45 years ago, the rock group, America, answered this question: “How can you have so much productivity around Hawaii yet the surrounding ocean waters are literally a barren ocean landscape?”
The ocean is a desert with it's life undergroundHawaii is an oasis in that barren desert. This is not so dificult to figure out once you realize climate change is crap.
And a perfect disguise above
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