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Poppa Neutrino's Crazy Adventures

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So, this guy who calls himself Poppa Neutrino is planning some major adventure involving the Pacific Ocean and a raft. That is to say, he plans to cross said Pacific on said raft. A bit crazy, to be sure. But he has creds. Turns out many years ago he actually sailed the Atlantic Ocean (sorry, a truly inferior ocean to the Pacific by almost any measure) on a raft made out of New York trash. Now that's quite an accomplishment. So this new article is available in the print edition of the New Yorker, but it's not online, which is sad. BUT, you can read an interview with the article's author, Alex Wilkinson, on the New Yorker site, and that's where this link goes.


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