During the month of July, a California businessman took a fishing boat on lease, which was ahead filled with nearly 100 tons of iron dust and then was moved past the Pacific waters off western Canada, where the tons of iron dust was thrown. The move has been solely condemned by scientists and government officials.
Nevertheless, the businessman, Russ George, whose experiment was recently limelighted, has been reported to have tricked the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the United States, so that it could attain buoys to monitor the ocean for a project.
A spokesman from Canada's environment ministry said, "It is investigating the experiment, which was carried out with no government or scientific oversight. The ministry had warned the venture in advance that its plan would violate international agreements".
Nevertheless, the experiment has been assailed by furious criticism by marine scientists and other experts. They have termed the proceedings of the experiment to be unscientific and have even stated the act to be an irresponsible one and it even breaches the terms of agreements, which are specially drafted to protect the ocean from being contaminated.
On the other hand, George trying to convince asserted that the cargo was spewed on islands of Haida Gwaii, after being granted $2.5 million in exchange from a Canadian group.
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