Scientists Test Placentas, Find Microplastics in Every Single Sample

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by Chris Black

Why do these petrochemical companies, and the retailers that distribute their products, have a right to put these chemicals into your body?

If we didn’t live in a democracy, we could sue these people. They produce these chemicals knowing that they will go into your body, and knowing that they will harm you. This is a direct act of violence against you.

But there are no consequences.

The American media won’t even talk about it, and you can only read about it in The Guardian.

The Guardian:

Microplastics have been found in every human placenta tested in a study, leaving the researchers worried about the potential health impacts on developing foetuses.

The scientists analysed 62 placental tissue samples and found the most common plastic detected was polyethylene, which is used to make plastic bags and bottles. A second study revealed microplastics in all 17 human arteries tested and suggested the particles may be linked to clogging of the blood vessels.

Microplastics have also recently been discovered in human blood and breast milk, indicating widespread contamination of people’s bodies. The impact on health is as yet unknown but microplastics have been shown to cause damage to human cells in the laboratory. The particles could lodge in tissue and cause inflammation, as air pollution particles do, or chemicals in the plastics could cause harm.

Huge amounts of plastic waste are dumped in the environment and microplastics have polluted the entire planet, from the summit of Mount Everest to the deepest oceans. People are known to consume the tiny particles via food and water as well as breathing them in, and they have been found in the faeces of babies and adults.

Meanwhile, these retards in the “green movement” are in the streets telling you that electricity production changes the weather and everyone is going to die from swamp ass in 30 years.

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When they first discovered microplastics in placentas in 2020, it didn’t get a lot of attention because everyone was too busy not dying from the flu.


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