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originally posted by: Bedlam
originally posted by: Blaine91555
This story has been around for about five years and not a single credible source of information has picked up on it?
Bu..bu..bu..but Natural News! They said so!
originally posted by: Tranceopticalinclined
a reply to: corblimeyguvnor
I completely agree with you there, I have been researching plastic and specifically what is left when you break it down to reuse it. There is a plethora of plastic types because of that very issue and then all the chemicals that go into each type of plastic to make it what it is, same amount of ingredients for some food recipes.
I just would expect more flammability from the rice if it contained plastic or chemicals used for plastic production. Specifically because most of those plastics are polymers of hydrocarbons and as a result are high flammable. You don't see the black tar or even a chemical reaction like you'd expect when heating plastic / plastic chemicals.