What Happens If You Throw a Magnet In Copper Pipe

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+5 2. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

I was watching a documentary about three weeks ago about a group of people who live in Nairobi (or somewhere like Nairobi) they basically lived in a shanty village where the houses were made out of bit's of scrap wood and anything that could be fashioned into a shelter. I think there were around five hundred or so people living in this awful place, they had a shop even a Mosque all knocked together. Why am I telling you this against this video?

Across a small bridge which went over a dirt polluted stream from this village was a rubbish dump and most of the people from the village worked on this rubbish dump. A lot of what was found at the dump was old computer and other electronic parts, radios, TV's etc. That had originated from Europe and other countries that wanted it out of there way. There was a system in place where those slightly better off would buy these broken products from shops out in the bigger towns and then sell them on to others at the dump who would take off certain parts and then sell on what was left to others. Eventually you got down to the group that the documentary was following there were called the burner boys, youths perhaps 15 years or more who would spend all day burning the rubber off cables to get the copper what was left inside. A days work breathing in all these toxic fumes would usually give them 39 pence (less than 50 cents) Looking at the piece of copper pipe in the video made me think that was probably about a months work for one of those poor guys.

They had no knowledge of the health implications of what they were doing and most were suffering from lung issues, it really made you weep. When things got too bad they would go and see a doctor and of course would have to pay for any medication they were given, probably a couple of weeks wages. The part that got me was when one of the guys said that he would keep working there as long as he could and would then see a doctor, who would give him some medicine to remove all the illness in his lungs. Most of these guys wouldn't see their 21st Birthday.
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+2 3. Natan_el_Tigre commented 5 years ago

#2 Trickle-down economics works in mysterious ways, brother! :x
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+1 4. jaikku commented 5 years ago

#2 we are a f....d up race aren't we mate