According to research, every year 1000 tons of plastic particles are falling on the earth with rain. If you understand in easy language, then every year 120 million plastic bottles are falling from the sky.
Now this is probably what remains to be seen! The earth has polluted us with humans. Now in new research, it has been found that we have not even spared the sky. Plastic has taken place everywhere in our lives. Even within our body, it has made a place. There is hardly any corner of the earth that has not been polluted with plastic. Even Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world. (Plastic Rain in America due to unchecked pollution on earth microplastics pouring from sky)
The food we eat. Animals, birds, sea, earth, everywhere are plastic. Now scientists have made another shocking disclosure. Water from the sky has also been polluted with plastic. Yes! Along with water, plastic is also raining from the sky. This research has been published in a journal called Science. Of the samples that were collected for this American study, 98 percent of the rain and wind samples contained plastic particles.
Roasting so much plastic every year
American researchers collected samples from all over the country for 14 months. Most of these samples were found to be polluted. According to the news of the Daily Mail, this is a matter of great concern. According to research, every year 1000 tons of plastic particles are falling on the earth with rain. If you understand in easy language, then every year 120 million plastic bottles are falling from the sky. Even more frightening is the fact that the number of samples taken from the region is not even six per cent of the entire country.
Microplastic reaching the sky like this
The cloud present on the earth is formed with microplastic steam and is spreading all over the earth in the form of rain. These tiny particles are so small that it is not possible to see them with the eyes. They reach the atmosphere through dust storm or wind that rises from the ground. Some sit back down, but some join the clouds.
Reminded of ‘Acid Rain’
The plastic rain reminds me of ‘Acid Rain’. A few decades ago there was acid rain in North America and Europe. The rain was caused by the emission of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide from the power station.
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