Captain Charles Moore
Ever since first hearing about the Great Pacific Patch, an island of garbage 3x the size of Texas sitting in the pacific Ocean, I was fascinated. How could something like be accumulated, and what was being done to fix the problem? The answer to the first question is extraordinarily complex, and the answer to the second one is non-existent.
This legendary captain is a modern day Christopher Columbus of the Intercontinental crap cluster. In sight of his research vessel The Alguita, I sat down with him to discuss the state of the Ocean, as well as being insured by Lloyd’s of London, surfers sucking on yellow nacho nurdles, gelatinous web feeding, deleterious substances, and fixing Vin Scully’s grandfather clock.