We found a Japanese bindama, or "glass ball". Once used by fishermen in Japan to keep their nets and lines afloat. These glass floats are no longer used by fishermen, but many are still afloat in the Pacific.

@rek A glass ball telling the future of humanity and its waste.

@7047741 Actually glass balls was a good thing, the waste began when they switched to plastic and styrofoam floats.

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