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Old NYC Subway Cars Being Dumped into the Atlantic (12 pics)

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1 Old NYC Subway Cars Being Dumped into the Atlantic (12 pics)


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12 Old NYC Subway Cars Being Dumped into the Atlantic (12 pics)

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№1 Author: joffenbaker (16 Mar 2011 01:26) Total user comments: 4965


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are there coral reefs in the N. Atlantic?
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№2 Author: Kool-Aid (16 Mar 2011 01:36) Total user comments: 175


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Am I the only one asking;...Why?
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№3 Author: Slugsie (16 Mar 2011 01:57) Total user comments: 1522


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Doing stuff like this is quite common, and surprisingly good for the marine habitat. All the carriages will have been completely stripped and cleaned of anything harmful, so no fears of toxic waste. These artificial reefs (nothing to do with coral) are quickly inhabited by all varieties of marine animals, and they provide much needed shelter for them. All in all a good thing. :)
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№4 Author: Grunt Callahan (16 Mar 2011 02:01) Total user comments: 2287


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The Navy sunk an aircraft carrier in Florida for the very same reason.
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№5 Author: adzhoe (16 Mar 2011 02:13) Total user comments: 14959


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Yeah, that's a very good thing. Brings more marine life to the area. +1 from me!
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№6 Author: DocMcCoy (16 Mar 2011 02:16) Total user comments: 6039


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The City has done this for years. The cars are stripped and cleaned of all fluids. As the rest of you said it's a good thing. 04
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№7 Author: capt.huffnpuff (16 Mar 2011 03:30) Total user comments: 2801


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Great idea. Give back to the environment what we have stripped from it. 21
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№8 Author: Shay (16 Mar 2011 03:49) Total user comments: 1265


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Slugsie,
Thank you for explaining, so I didnt have to. 04 04
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№9 Author: jinxslave (16 Mar 2011 04:31) Total user comments: 176


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Thanks Slugsie for clearing that up. I was about to start going on a "We need to take better care of our planet" rant till I saw your post. Thanks for saving me (and everyone else) from that lol
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№10 Author: noxusrules (16 Mar 2011 04:35) Total user comments: 1052


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№11 Author: Patty (16 Mar 2011 04:51) Total user comments: 1766


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Slugsie,

Thanks! You learn something new everyday!
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№12 Author: shewentwhoa (16 Mar 2011 04:55) Total user comments: 1327


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This isn't uncommon. I personally think it's a good idea.
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№13 Author: jeanpasqualin (16 Mar 2011 05:31) Total user comments: 637


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2 million on the seabed for each wagon
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№14 Author: compmaster (16 Mar 2011 08:14) Total user comments: 1871


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№15 Author: Lord Dodo (16 Mar 2011 11:34) Total user comments: 2064


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would be cool if it's not too deep, so you can dive and watch in a few years 04
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№16 Author: Haro (16 Mar 2011 12:32) Total user comments: 551


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Why the fuck are they doing that ?! The sea is not a garbage 41
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№17 Author: 2fuzzy (16 Mar 2011 14:55) Total user comments: 10400


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Haro: Did you not read the other comments ?
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№18 Author: raymond.wendt (16 Mar 2011 15:22) Total user comments: 9115


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home for thousands of fishes.
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№19 Author: mahedi (16 Mar 2011 17:28) Total user comments: 10772


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I think this is not good for the ocean
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№20 Author: Pilgrim (16 Mar 2011 18:27) Total user comments: 2288


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Damn thats clever!
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№21 Author: Lu (16 Mar 2011 19:46) Total user comments: 15082


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Yeah, it creates a new species - Subway fish. You only catch them with old used subway tickets as bait.
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№22 Author: xPLDxPunisher (16 Mar 2011 20:37) Total user comments: 70


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Y U NO RECYCLE!? 15
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№23 Author: Arsey (16 Mar 2011 22:13) Total user comments: 149


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Thats the american solution
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№24 Author: hovnous (17 Mar 2011 20:14) Total user comments: 2


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do you all new-habitat-for-sea-creatures-
morons really think that doing this is better for nature then recycling the metal from those cars instead of making a new metal through all that chain of processes (mining, smelting, who knows what else)?
P.S.:Sorry for my english. It's not my native language.
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№25 Author: Eru (18 Mar 2011 05:29) Total user comments: 146


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hmmm probably better for the environment then reforming it what parts are left.
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№26 Author: Nyetwerke (20 Mar 2011 03:29) Total user comments: 95


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Just so long as there are existing habitats close. There was an incident with a cargo container which was lost far out at sea. The organisms which attached to it were not usually found in the area but the cargo container gave them an artificial "island" on which to take up habitat. Maybe not such a good thing for local species which under normal circumstances would not that competition.
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