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Scientists find microplastics in human blood for first time

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Plastic in our blood. Man, that is depressing.

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The great human race keeps moving on forward.

Yes, everything keeps getting "better".

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I wouldn't mind if plastic just disappeared

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Plastic in our blood. Man, that is depressing.

Well, on the plus side, when you die, your body will be preserved for hundreds of year still looking like shiny new plastic.

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Humans will learn to adapt and assimilate the plastic, and will eventually develop an appetite for it.

When other food sources are depleted by global warming and overuse of fertilizers and pesticides, humanity will thrive on the vast stores of plastic waste thoughtfully provided by our ancestors.

The future is looking better all the time!

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