meeting some incredible sea creatures

Last week I had the incredible pleasure to play with stingrays. Yep, stingrays. Well, to be correct they are actually called cownose rays because of their unusual bi-lobed head, with two large fleshy lobes under the snout. Still, they are part of the stingray family.

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humans eat plastic

Humans don’t run on information.
Humans don’t make decisions on facts.
Humans don’t spend money based on data.
Humans run on feelings.

It has always been like this and will never change. Never.

Much more intelligent people than me figured this out. Dead and alive. Freud, Bernays, Plotinus, Socrates…

Here is only one example why the above is true.

The majority of the people in first world parts on this planet are aware of the fact that we have too much plastic in our oceans. That in itself is pretty uncool. 

You know the swimming in plastics, poor fish and turtles dying and so on. Then you add the fact that micro-plastics make their way from the ocean (via fish, rain or drink water) into the human food chain and you know that plastic in general is a pretty crap product.

At this very moment the majority of the people mentioned above will be shopping for plastic wrapped products and carry them home in plastic bags.

Humans don’t run on information.
Humans don’t make decisions on facts.
Humans don’t spend money based on data.  

Humans run on feelings.