2020: 128 Billion Coca Cola bottles Causing Havoc| Explain| Harf Ba Harf

2020: 128 Billion Coca Cola bottles Causing Havoc| Explain| Harf Ba Harf


Plastic: Man’s second most dangerous invention after atom bomb. Whether or not an atom bomb will
destroy a city again is not certain, but if plastic were to continue to be used,
wildlife would disappear in the next 50 years. And if the animals were not there,
would the world be worth living? Music-Please Subscribe to our
Youtube channel and press the bell Icon. The seagull chick’s stomach is
so full that it can no longer eat. Her mother worked hard to
collect food for him from the sea. Things she kept feeding on
as she considered the fish, were the plastic pieces that we humans
deemed useless and dumped in the trash. The condition of the fish in the sea
is worse than that of the seagull. In India, 52 kg of plastic was extracted
from the stomach of a cow. Before you are surprised to hear that the bowels of Pakistan’s largest city
are filled with so much plastic that it`s constipation has refused to go away. Sot-Bilawal Bhutto The people of Pakistan got to
hear these dark words when the city of Karachi was flooded. Despite being a coastal city,
water refused to leave the city. The reason everyone knew the city
was full of plastic in the bowels. Campaign against plastic bags went haywire. There was a fiery debate
over the piles of garbage. And then the use of plastic
bags was banned. Such bans have been imposed
dozens of times before. But my question is,
is the plastic bag the only culprit? What are the commercial products that are giving these garbage piles
longer life than shape-shifting Cobra? Who are the powerful people killing our earth for
the sake of their wealth? Where does this plastic come from
and where does it go? Once upon a time plastic magic
… it was a miracle. By the 19th century, rich people used to
make Piano Keys, billiard balls, combs and other such things with ivory. The poor can manage with wood. Due to the over hunting of elephants, the prices of these items started to rise and hunting of elephants was also difficult due to the population decline. A New York Billiard Company announced a $ 10,000 reward
for an ivory alternative. An immature chemist
John Wesley won the prize. He developed a compound by adding few more chemicals to cotton. Because of this Wonder material, Billiard’s game reached the poor. But there was a flaw in Celluloid … it caught on fire very quickly. In the beginning of the 20th century,
scientists discovered that plastic can also be made from
a gas extracted from crude oil. Oil refineries used to release
Ethylene gas into the air, considering it useless. After this discovery, the gas became
more expensive than petrol and diesel. Thus polyethylene Terephthalate
was made i.e. PET plastic. It could also be made fireproof by mixing some other chemicals. Now the plastic formula was protected like an atom bomb. At the same time, World War II began. With the help of parachutes made of Nylon, the Allied troops began descend
on the battlefield like phantoms. Plastic parts reduced the
weight of aeroplanes. It was possible to fly larger
planes with smaller engines. Soldiers’ uniforms, boots, tents became water-proof. The war has become even more terrible. If it was to decide whether
the Allied forces won the war because of atom bombs or plastic, then surely plastic was more important. And then the war was over. Business has become important. Because of the abundance of
cheap oil the Middle East, Plastic was so cheap anything that could be made of
plastic began to be made. On television there were dreams of a world
that was more comfortable than heaven. Food items began to be wrapped in
plastic wrap for longer shelf life. The question is,
when did things start to deteriorate? The simple answer is… When the plastic wrapped around the bread
was thrown in garbage for the first time. But still the plastics were used by wealthy
countries in the first world. After 60 years, 40% of the world’s plastic
produced in one year, , 448 million tons of plastic is dumped in the trash within minutes after purchase. An estimated 9.2 billion tons of plastic
has been produced since 1950. Out of which, 6.9 billion tones
is lying in the trash. The production of plastics
has grown so much that half of the plastics made
since invention have been been made in just the last 15 years. But why so much plastic is made? One answer may be because humans
can do this that’s why they are doing it. But one example will make everything clear. The Coca-Cola Company is the largest
plastic bottle manufacturer in the world. In the last one year, it has produced 128 billion bottles. How many bottles do you think
will still be in use today? Do tell us in the comments. But what if we sum up all the production of plastic bottles by Pepsi Cola,
Nestlé, and other companies. In poorer countries such as Pakistan and India, these bottles are melted to make plastic bags. Who is responsible plastic bags or bottling companies? Until a few years ago, bottles of these acidic drinks were made of glass. They could be used hundreds of times. Plastic is not that bad either. Today, plastics have reduced the
weight of vehicles and planes. Which saves fuel.
And lower the pollution. Life-saving airbags, baby milk bottles, Injections syringes, helmets …
Even the bottles to fetch water are made of plastic. Plastic saves lives of millions
of people every day. Even so, our earth is suffocating
cause of plastic. Every year hundreds of millions of birds,
fish and wild animals die due to plastic pollution. Plastic is now poisoning our
bodies and poisoning our blood. An average person consumes fifty
thousand particles of plastic a year. Whenever hot food is poured
into a plastic bag or pot, the chemicals are melted
and mixed into the food, , and then what happens to our body is revealed when the doctor reports cancer. One of the biggest drawbacks of plastic is that nature can’t digest it. It will either be stored in the bowels of our cities or in the oceans. Then the plastic that has been
dumped in the trash to this day will continue to ruin the earth
for thousands of years. If these conditions continue,
there will come a day when humans will cease to exist
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