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Chemical engineers from MIT have created a new material using a new polymerization process, and it’s as light as plastic and stronger than steel. Moreover, it can also be easily manufactured in big quantities.
This new material is a two-dimensional polymer that self-assembles into sheets, which is unlike other polymers, that normally form one-dimensional, spaghetti-like chains. Until this new type of polymer was created, scientists thought that it was impossible to induce polymers to create 2D sheets.
November 3rd, 2018 By Dr. Joseph Mercola Contributing writer for Wake Up World Research research shows 90 percent of sea salt sold worldwide contains plastic microparticles, leading researchers to believe most people consume nearly 2,000 particles a year in their sea salt. our body requires a specific sodium-to-potassium ratio to normalize your blood pressure that does not….Read more
In the Pacific ocean North East of Hawaii, exists a giant whirlpool of debris accumulated by the ocean currents, which is now scientifically referred to as the North Pacific Gyre. It’s one of the largest ecosystems on Earth, comprising millions of square kilometres. Today it’s better known as “The Great Garbage Patch,” an area the…Read more & short video – “Midway Island, North Pacific Ocean, Unbelievable!”
A recent University of Exeter study has discovered that nearly all teenagers tested are holding bisphenol-A (BPA) in their intestinal lining. The chemical that makes plastics stronger and more flexible was found in higher amounts in teenagers than in the general public, causing major concern since the hormone disrupting toxicant can affect the reproductive system.…Read more
There is no doubt about it, humans have produced an astronomical amount of trash. In fact, the average American consumes about 4.4 pounds of trash every single day and America alone sent 254 million tons of trash to the landfill in 2013. Where does it all go? Thankfully, there are certain efforts in place that…Read more & video
Back in 2013, we reported on the story of 19-year-old Boyan Slat, who had developed a device with the capacity to remove 7,250,000 tonnes of plastic and garbage from the world’s oceans in just five years. Originally set to deploy in 2016, the device still had numerous rounds of testing to complete, but testing is finally done,…Read more & short video
You may recognize the term BPA, as “BPA-free” labels can be found all over water bottles nowadays, and that’s because when consumers found out about the hazardous risks associated with this chemical, they started to protest its inclusion in plastics. BPA can be found in practically anything that’s plastic, from food containers to water bottles to….Read more
Credit: Organic and Healthy Though no one company is to blame for a number of plastic bottles piling up in landfills, Coca-Cola certainly holds a fair share of the responsibility. According to a new analysis by Greenpeace, the world’s biggest soft drinks company increased its production of single-use PET bottles from 2015-2015 by more than…Read more
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