A 25-year-old’s mission to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch has yielded a new discovery — and it means the plastic problem is even worse than we thought

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Around 8.8 million tons of plastic accumulate in the oceans each year, but only about 270,000 tons are believed to be floating on the ocean’s surface.

For years, most scientists have thought that the “missing” plastic quickly degrades after entering the ocean, breaking apart into microplastics – tiny fragments less than 5 millimeters long. Those tiny pieces then fall to the bottom of the sea, many researchers figured

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