Study Finds Plastic in Mice’s Brains 2 Hours After Ingestion

by Chris Black

We’re basically at the point where we’re transitioning into a new species due to environmental pollutants, synthetic food, and drugs that people take voluntarily.

The trannies, injecting themselves with hormones and mutilating their bodies, are just the most extreme end of this phenomenon.

The Guardian:

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Researchers at the University of Vienna have discovered particles of plastic in mice’s brains just two hours after the mice ingested drinking water containing plastic.

Once in the brain, “Plastic particles could increase the risk of inflammation, neurological disorders or even neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s,” Lukas Kenner, one of the researchers, said in a statement, although more research is needed to determine the relationship between plastics and these brain disorders.

 In addition to potentially severe degenerative consequences, the researchers also believe that microplastic contamination in our brains can cause short-term health effects such as cognitive impairment, neurotoxicity and altered neurotransmitter levels, which can contribute to behavioral changes.

In the course of their research, the team gave mice water laced with particles of polystyrene – a type of plastic that’s common in food packaging such as yoghurt cups and Styrofoam takeout containers.


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