we discovered that microplastics are becoming nano plastics when shrimp chew them. Nano plastics then penetrate cell walls, that means that slowly but surely we are becoming plastified.
What is the plastic content threshold in life before it disrupts life cycle catastrophically?
And yet humanity keeps pumping and pimping plastics. Plastics are super cheap - to produce. When are we going to wake up and factor in the true cost? Every plastic bag, fleece jacket, toy duck, water bottle or "vegan" leather bag is here to stay for the remainder of humanity, cumulatively menacing our existence.
At some point we will have to stop using plastics, until then we should jack up the cost of plastics and introduce measures that for every gram of plastic produced the producer disposes in a manner that is not harmful to future existence, more than one gram.