Michael Tobis, editor-in-chief of Planet3.0 and site cofounder, has always been interested in the interface between science and public policy. He holds a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences where he developed a 3-D ocean model on a custom computing platform. He has been involved in sustainability conversations on the internet since 1992, has been a web software developer since 2000, and has been posting sustainability articles on the web since 2007.
A car buried in sand near the Jersey shore.
All artifacts which are not recycled are eventually buried.
Buried artifacts become part of the anthropocene stratum. Some just get buried a little sooner than others.