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Plastic Fibers Raining Down In Colorado
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The first thing I thought of with the first picture was Morgellons.
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The process of recycling plastic is not as simple as recycling paper, glass and metals, because the greater number of steps involved for extracting dyes, fillers and other additives that can be found in “virgin” plastic. First step in their recycling is sorting by the type of resin that is in their structure (seven basic types) and in some cases additionally sorted by color. After that, plastic is chopped into small pieces, cleaned to remove debris and small residue, melted down and compressed into pellets named nurdles. These small pellets are then transported to plastic processing plants where they are introduced into manufacturing process.

Because of the complicated recycling process and unwillingness of people to properly dispose of their unwanted plastic, recycling rates of plastic lag far behind of other items such as paper, glass and metal. In 2008 only 6.5% (2.2 million tons) of post-consumer plastic waste was recycled, 7.7% (2.6 million tons) was burned for energy and 85.5% (28.9 million tons) went to landfills.

http://www.historyofplastic.com/plastic-...recycling/
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Have to run. BBL
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This is a longshot and just my own hypothesis but several months ago the Chinese were dumping thousands (or millions?) of live pigs/hogs into deep pits because of swine flu.

I had eaten pork from a restauraunt one day and pork from meat department of grocery store over 30 miles away (presume different supply sources) another day. BOTH times I had the pork I was burping "plastic" smell. Meat never made me burp before. The plastic smell was strong enough to be disturbing.

I wondered if the pork we eat (much is from China) is fed that plastic that the US and Canada (an no telling what other countries) ship to China to be "recycled".

I wondered if possibly they were FEEDING the plastic to the hogs and pigs.

THAT would get into the pork meat eventually and into US thereafter if we ate pork.

The stomach lining does have blood supply and blood DOES transport old slivers (glass, wood, you name it) around the body ... usually terminating in a limb or hand/foot where it is noticed.

Hospital nurses tell stories about glass from shoulder wounds ending up coming out a thumb 20 years later ... and so on. Many stories of that kind.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 07:54 PM)
At least your president has totally helped there also! Just like with the drugs, and the environment and nukes and arms sales and making Saudi Arabia the best!

Try to stay on thread topic instead of pushing political ideas.
Thanks
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Treebeard  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:33 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:26 PM)
How little we know of the Earth yet we are destroying it.

Not "we", but "they". What "we" think doesn't matter.

But WE are THEIR consumers causing demand for the supply.
Neat huh?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 07:54 PM)
At least your president has totally helped there also! Just like with the drugs, and the environment and nukes and arms sales and making Saudi Arabia the best!

Trump loves GMO

Trump plans to sign order to ease approval of new GMO crops

President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order directing federal agencies to ease the approval of genetically modified crops and other agricultural biotechnology, said two people familiar with the directive.

The order will instruct the U.S. Agriculture Department, the Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency -- all of which have jurisdiction over genetically engineered agricultural products -- to review their biotechnology regulations to streamline approval processes.

-50%
https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/trump-plans-...-1.1271728

Trump also wants 5G and even 6G.

Anon

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:51 PM)
This is a longshot and just my own hypothesis but several months ago the Chinese were dumping thousands (or millions?) of live pigs/hogs into deep pits because of swine flu.

I had eaten pork from a restauraunt one day and pork from meat department of grocery store over 30 miles away (presume different supply sources) another day. BOTH times I had the pork I was burping "plastic" smell. Meat never made me burp before. The plastic smell was strong enough to be disturbing.

I wondered if the pork we eat (much is from China) is fed that plastic that the US and Canada (an no telling what other countries) ship to China to be "recycled".

I wondered if possibly they were FEEDING the plastic to the hogs and pigs.

THAT would get into the pork meat eventually and into US thereafter if we ate pork.

The stomach lining does have blood supply and blood DOES transport old slivers (glass, wood, you name it) around the body ... usually terminating in a limb or hand/foot where it is noticed.

Hospital nurses tell stories about glass from shoulder wounds ending up coming out a thumb 20 years later ... and so on. Many stories of that kind.

Another culprit no one knows/thinks about is show pig feed. I'm in pig country and the Young Farmers pig competitions are huge here. They feed these pigs crazy amounts of chemicals and hormones to make them big and fat - and then the slaughter house buys them and processes them into food. Unsuspecting customers buy it and eat it wondering why it tastes funny. These competitions should either be eliminated, or the pig meat should not be allowed to make it to the butcher.
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banana RE: Plastic Fibers Raining Down In Colorado
Great detective work!

Morgellons disease culprit. Ingested plastic fibers.

Case solved.


See, YOU can do it.


Jhikpghf
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Citizen  Wrote: (08-13-2019 09:38 PM)
Great detective work!

Morgellons disease culprit. Ingested plastic fibers.

Case solved.


See, YOU can do it.


Jhikpghf

now needs a cure to morgellons - with prevention not being a cure
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it clogs water filtration units
it releases toxins

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Ttpcmasm

Umm,which of the McDonald's exploded?

Look into my eyes to see a Paradise of Love

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqtHu0XFal0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wo7PY4vbQLE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTm9ui-26F0
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RE: Plastic Fibers Raining Down In Colorado
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 09:28 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:51 PM)
This is a longshot and just my own hypothesis but several months ago the Chinese were dumping thousands (or millions?) of live pigs/hogs into deep pits because of swine flu.

I had eaten pork from a restauraunt one day and pork from meat department of grocery store over 30 miles away (presume different supply sources) another day. BOTH times I had the pork I was burping "plastic" smell. Meat never made me burp before. The plastic smell was strong enough to be disturbing.

I wondered if the pork we eat (much is from China) is fed that plastic that the US and Canada (an no telling what other countries) ship to China to be "recycled".

I wondered if possibly they were FEEDING the plastic to the hogs and pigs.

THAT would get into the pork meat eventually and into US thereafter if we ate pork.

The stomach lining does have blood supply and blood DOES transport old slivers (glass, wood, you name it) around the body ... usually terminating in a limb or hand/foot where it is noticed.

Hospital nurses tell stories about glass from shoulder wounds ending up coming out a thumb 20 years later ... and so on. Many stories of that kind.

Another culprit no one knows/thinks about is show pig feed. I'm in pig country and the Young Farmers pig competitions are huge here. They feed these pigs crazy amounts of chemicals and hormones to make them big and fat - and then the slaughter house buys them and processes them into food. Unsuspecting customers buy it and eat it wondering why it tastes funny. These competitions should either be eliminated, or the pig meat should not be allowed to make it to the butcher.

wow - I never knew this - yikes -

seems we are all playing Russian roulette whenever we eat anything
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banana RE: Plastic Fibers Raining Down In Colorado
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 10:18 PM)
Citizen  Wrote: (08-13-2019 09:38 PM)
Great detective work!

Morgellons disease culprit. Ingested plastic fibers.

Case solved.


See, YOU can do it.


Jhikpghf

now needs a cure to morgellons - with prevention not being a cure

Harder! Plastic fibers durable.




Jhikpghf
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Post: #30
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:37 PM)
The first thing I thought of with the first picture was Morgellons.

#Me too whistling

Politics only interests me as it affects people psychologically.
Other than that, I couldn't care less about it.

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