Jen Sorensen for April 03, 2024

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    Concretionist  2 months ago

    Note that the tank is almost certainly made of plastic.

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    knutdl  2 months ago

    plasticsoupfoundation . org

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    Yontrop  2 months ago

    So instead of trying to run away from the problem, think about what you can do to make things better. (Hint: find ways to use and buy less plastic.)

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 2 months ago

    It is a problem. Hydroponics may be part of the solution, along with glass greenhouses.

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    KFischer1  2 months ago

    PFAS’s are found in the rain globally. Basically you can’t avoid them.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 2 months ago

    Just stop eating, problem solved.

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    davidthoms1  2 months ago

    Micro plastic have been found in sediments that have been undisturbed for thousands of years before plastics were invented. Perhaps they do exist in nature.

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    eclairewl Premium Member 2 months ago

    Try a chia head although it’s probably not good for kale.

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    Tarzan & Redd Panda  2 months ago

    Humans, part of a balanced diet.

    Don’t think humans are tasty? Ask the tigers.

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    rroxxanna  2 months ago

    This is funny if you misread PFAS as PEAS.

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    Tarzan & Redd Panda  2 months ago

    South Koreans have the solution. The world’s lowest birthrate. South Korea expects to see a dramatic reduction in population. Fewer people, less stress on their eco-system.

    Of course, at some point, China will just rush in and swallow them whole.

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    Geezer  2 months ago

    There’s an article titled “Microgreen” at Wikipedia.

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    artjohn42  2 months ago

    You deserve a “Tiny Grow” if you’re growing kale.

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    PoodleGroomer  2 months ago

    Avoid radioactive strontium by staying away from any planet that has had nuclear weapons testing

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    john_chubb  2 months ago

    Nanoplastics and PFAS have been found north of the Arctic Circle and in Antarctica.

    The only place they haven’t been found are ice cores pulled from Greenland – from portions dating back to before 1950’s for PFAS and 1900’s for plastics.

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    moosemin  2 months ago

    Ever see the movie “Elysium” with Jodie Foster?

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    Radish the wordsmith  2 months ago

    The University of Newcastle study, which was commissioned by WWF, found that the average person consumes around 2000 tiny pieces of plastic each week, or about 5 grams, which equates to the weight of the average credit card!Jun 30, 2023

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    AtomicForce91 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I would be more scared of housing authorities that make it against their rules to grow gardens than imaginary climate change or militias.

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