Recycle cans

A Discovery Channel remainder on biodegradability.

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+12 1. igotjunk commented 8 years ago

So.... we'll be having an ice age in the next 50 years by the looks of it
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+36 2. Smokey commented 8 years ago

#(removed comment) People are too lazy to dispose of trash properly.
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+16 3. Urihep commented 8 years ago

#(removed comment): That you are not the smartest guy in school.
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+30 4. loadme commented 8 years ago

#(removed comment) i feel sorry for you...
"its someone elses problem"? seriously? how small minded can one person be?
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+6 5. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

I wonder how long a tin can would be preserved on the moon...
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+4 6. Xionbox (moderator) commented 8 years ago

#5 Forever. On the moon, there is no atmosphere, so the only thing which can degrade a can are meteorites. In fact, if a meteorite hits the moon, the can might get hit by some shredded rocks or a lot of dusk. Even better, if the meteorite hits the can, then it is disintegrated in a bunch of small pieces. Otherwise, it will just sit where you left it.
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+1 7. LQoQK commented 8 years ago

#4 wow, every one thumber you up thumbed me down. that crushed my <3
actually I am not small minded but my work (my actual work) is to look at the root cause of a problem that's is not the regular consumer. the root causes are the governments regulations (I work in the government and believe me its not easy to make regulations where there are tonnes of conflict of interest) and rich people wanting to be richer.
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+1 8. dariodexter commented 8 years ago

#(removed comment) the moral of the day is that you are not the sharpest tool in the shed...
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0 9. juanPzamora commented 8 years ago

#1 not an ice age... winter...
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+1 10. thorargent commented 8 years ago

#7, government is never the answer to any problem. Education is. People who are educated tend to make better decisions. Anyone who would simply throw their trash down is an uneducated fool.
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+1 11. vitaminm commented 8 years ago

#10
education doesn't imply better actions, only a responsibility for them.
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+1 12. davor1387 commented 8 years ago

Styrofoam is even worse, it never decomposes, a plastic bottle like a coca cola takes 450-500 years so yeah, that's why i have earned my Golden recycle box :)