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12.160 Artificial coral reefs from retired ships of war
I commend the Coustau team which organised and filmed the sinking of a retired war ship in the Bahamas. The motive: to create a quick, instant infrastructure for coral reefs to spawn and populate, a process which normally takes many years. I love the symbolism and the message conveyed. As such I direct this practice be copied throughout certain parts of the World. Let Earth's future children in thousands of years time dive into the non polluted waters off idyllic beaches and witness this historic first decade of the new millennium with their own eyes.
Clearly certain safeguards need to be in place relating to pollution and accidentally ship wrecking boats in error. To ensure the Sovereign tribes of the Caribbean don't suddenly find themselves at war against a tribal coalition of Russian and Chinese troops, ensure the proper formal paperwork has been completed and that there are no military personnel on board at the time of sinking.
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