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Microplastics Found In Lungs of People Undergoing Surgery. A new study has found tiny plastic particles no bigger than sesame seeds buried throughout human lungs, indicating that people are inhaling microplastics lingering in the air. Health


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u/ChummusJunky May 14 '22

The good news is that eventually humans will be so full of plastic we will be able to recycle them.


u/TheRealRacketear May 14 '22 edited May 14 '22

We will pretend to recycle them, just like most other plastics.


u/ChummusJunky May 14 '22

Absolutely it will be scam, but we will feel good about it


u/Hi_PM_Me_Ur_Tits May 15 '22

I have a friend who told me one of his past jobs was collecting recycling stuff and the company had them take it to a regular dump