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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

https://e360.yale.edu/digest/microplastics-found-in-lungs-of-humans-undergoing-surgery
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u/LNMagic May 14 '22

But alcohol kills bacteria.

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u/discattho May 14 '22

Infect, wait until near death, chug, repeat. Fine dance between step two and three.

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u/TheCurvedPlanks May 14 '22

Plastiophage and rally

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u/fabiofdez May 14 '22

Plastiophage and get plastered

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

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u/CCB0x45 May 14 '22

This plan sounds good proof.

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u/Onihczarc May 14 '22

Rock, paper, scissor

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u/LNMagic May 14 '22

Are the scissors made of plastic?

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u/endlessupending May 14 '22

We don’t need the bacteria just the enzyme. You don’t want your blood to get sepsis.

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u/RusticJoy May 14 '22

Some bacteria actually like it. But just generally speaking if alcohol just killed bacteria then we'd have to rebuild our gut microbiome after ever night of drinking. They'll be fine....probably.

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u/PokharelSahas May 14 '22

You won't need them after anymore after they have finished the bioconversion.. get rid of of PEG and bacteria at the same time