First. let's get this straight.....I Do not know. I read this and it "seems" there is some truth to it. 'We've 10 years to save the seas or life on earth will become impossible' Again, I Do NOT KNOW. But I do know mankind is dumping billions of tons of plastic and other waste into the oceans. Japan recently dumped radioactive materials into the Pacific. There are floating plastic Islands the size of small states already in the Oceans. How much waste can the oceans deal with until a critical point is reached? Some scientists warn that we are reaching a critical point where micro marine organisms will stop reproducing due to toxins in the waters which will then work it's way all the way up the food chain, having a cascading effect on all life on the planet....eventually ending it all for millions if not hundreds of millions of years until nature resets after the human catastrophe. What do you think? More "Sky is falling hysteria"? Or a valid possibility? Wouldn't it be at least ironic if mankinds demise was a result of garbage rather than something like nuclear war?