This week’s post on waste and conservation from Carol Taylor.. and you will be amazed at the number of golf balls in the sea… shocking.. and there are also some short term and long term initiatives that show promise. If you care about the planet then always good to read Carol’s perspective.
The sea…A vast beautiful place…How much sea covers the earth???
Some scientists say we should call our planet ‘Water’ instead of ‘Earth’, since water covers about 71% of the planet’s surface. The area of the ocean surface is 1.40 x (10 to the power of 8) miles². (3.62 x (10 to the power of 8) km²). The area of the land surface is 5.75 x (10 to the power of 7) miles² (1.49 x (10 to the power of 8) km²). There is over 2.4 times as much water area than land area.
How big is a golf ball?
The standard golf ball used in the United States is a minimum of 1.68 in (4.26 cm) in diameter; the British ball is slightly smaller.
A golf ball is made of plastic and rubber…FACT.
Doesn’t that look beautiful? Who wouldn’t want to spend a few days there following their passion for…
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