Rafts built from scrap that can cross the Atlantic
April 4, 2004 10:12 AM Subscribe
The Floating Neutrinos
have managed to cross the Atlantic in a raft made from recycled materials
recovered from dumpsters and docks in New York city.
Their next project is an Orphanage Raft
, "for street orphans from third world countries such as Brazil, African countries, and India. The children will be those who are living in and surviving on the streets, with literally no one looking out for them or taking responsibility for them. We will get to know them and their situation thoroughly before they ever come to the raft. We are not looking to pick up runaways or anyone who has responsible adults in their picture...Once onboard, if they choose to stay, they will be given a floating, travelling home, and an education."
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