• Maternitus (edited 1 month ago)
    +12

    Everytime I read about solutions like this, it doesn't give an incentive for the plastics & petrochemicals industries to stop overproducing their filth. A bit like electric cars that seem to exist to save the automobile industry or hydrogen to save the fossil fuel industry. I'm starting to have the feeling that it doesn't give a damn what happens to this planet, because shareholders need their goddamn profits. Ah, yes, and growth because of growth. The very definition of a cancercell.

    • Gozzin
      +11

      So true,and the so called clean up crew will become garbage when their batteries wear out.

      • Maternitus
        +8

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