So I'm watching an episode of The Grand Tour, and it's the one about the coral reef, and how a ship was sunk to build a coral reef. The GT guys thought they should do the same with cars, so they got five clunkers, stripped them down and removed the paint and put them in the water to promote coral reef growth. I thought, "Wow, that is a great idea!" And if you think about it, it's cyclical. Coral reef destruction has been partly attributed to cars because of their pollution, so for their metal husks to be sent to the ocean floor to help rebuild what they've destroyed is I think pretty apropos.
What do you think?