We think of the oceans as being so vast that they can absorb whatever we humans throw at them or into them. For centuries sailors have tossed their garbage into the sea, and as we humans have burnt more and more fossil fuel, so the by-product of combustion, carbon dioxide, has been absorbed by the ocean turning it very mildly acidic. We have run sewage pipes into the ocean, letting our waste that has been processed by our bodies into the seas, and have discovered that it is better to let the waste discharge into deeper water, we have from time to time extended our sewage runs.
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