Thursday, January 26, 2012
Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and Dustin Hoffman To Launch New Ship?
New Plastic Processing Ship To Clean Up Texas Size Pacific Plastic Island?
by Winsip Custer for CPW News Service
If an Indonesian ship building firm has its way the Texas-sized island of floating plastic in the Pacific Ocean Northwest of Hawaii will soon be eaten by a plastic gobbling factory ship.
That ship, named “The Graduate” from the Dustin Hoffman film of the same name, in currently in pre-production. The name comes from advice given to Hoffman's young bewildered character by a family friend.... “I have one word for you, young man. Plastic.”
The USS “The Graduate” is a state of the art plastic recycling factory on the water. Sources close to the naval architects at the Indonesian ship building firm of PXP Corporation believe that a fleet of ten of these ships valued at $4.2 billion will be able to completely process the entire Texas-size island of plastic currently floating in the central Pacific in twenty years. Profits from the new industry could exceed half a trillion dollars.
“They suck up the plastic debris, sort it and process it at sea, then return the recycled plastic to China and India where workers reprocess the reprocessed plastic into new laptops, telephones, Tupperware and other products for sale worldwide,” said Sukiman Ubatala PXP’s Director of Development and Visioning.
“Yes, it has been rumored that the American trio of Gates, Buffet and Hoffman have collaborated in the production of this new industry, but I am not at liberty to discuss that at all. I simply cannot confirm or deny the rumors of their involvement, but I can say that the future of the Pacific Ocean is bright and clean,” said Ubatala.
Lee Wong Wu, the head of the Chinese Office Of Lunar Industrial Exploration or C.O.O.L.I.E. , says that the People’s Republic of China is negotiating with an unnamed Indonesian plastics processor and with staff and science advisers of U.S. Presidential candidate, Newt Gingrich. Sources close to Mr. Wu have indicated that the talks have focused on a new lunar transcontinental railway from the Sea of Tranquility to a yet undisclosed lunar location and base-site called “The Plain of Polymers”. This has led to additional speculation that the earth's excess plastic may be used in future lunar exploration and development.