Category Archives: Plastics

Mexico takes Gulf Oil and Gas Private? Wow.

This could be a game changer for Mexico’s economy.

Allowing for private participation as opposed to the old PEMEX gov

  • monopoly?
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    Jack Dini debunks plastiphobia

    Very nice. BPA and other components that make plastic do a better job, are safe.

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    How much plastic in the ocean?

    Much less than we’ve been led to believe.   Continue reading

    Feminists insist, Will must go

    George Will columnist for the WAPO for 40 years has crossed the Rubicon–by pointing out the grievance industry victim game. We have pointed out other examples here at Junk Science.

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    Plastic Bottle Battle in India

    Plastic is good for containers of all kinds, including medication containers.

    There is no evidence to support pushing glass in favor of plastic on the justification of the endocrine disrupter panicmongering.
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    Plastic Bags May Go the Way of Lead Paint, Lawn Darts

    The plastic bag threat to marine life is a myth. Continue reading

    Enivros agitate for plastic bag tax in London claiming ‘devastating cost to wildlife’ — RealityDrop: No evidence bags threaten marine mammals, birds

    “Giving away polluting plastic bags must stop. At once.” Continue reading