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    • Aaaaaannnd it's suddenly "lost"
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    • I am so sad to hear about them dying so young
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    • Bro, you just created a miraculous invention that will help humanity all across the world. You're about to commit suicide by three shots in the back of the head.
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    • Can't believe they both committed suicide by two gunshot wounds to the back of the head
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    • *Kardashians want to go swiming* Bacteria: i think not
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    • FUN FACT: 90% of the world's plastic pollution in the ocean comes from only 10 cities in the world, and NONE of them are in the US! 2 of them are in Africa, and the rest are in Asia! It's a problem with the developing world, and you getting a paper straw at Starbucks will save literally nothing!
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    • Can’t believe these two are going to commit suicide so young
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    • They need to test this much more before they release it. Can it survive in the ocean , what can it evolve to? Maybe in time it evolves to eating away metals, no boats would be safe.
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    • Pour it on the Kardashiens
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    • Now how will the Kardashians go swimming
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    • Until it multiplies and evolves to the point that it begins destroying everything like boats and bridges in the water... Then it gets into the drinking water and eats us all from the inside out. :)
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    • Wouldn’t that exclude like 98% of Hollywood people from going into the ocean?
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    • Breaking news! Kim Kardashian has suddenly disappeared after going for a swim!!
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    • Could you imagine girls with plastic tits going in the ocean and getting that bacteria in their tits.
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    • There would need to be a ton of tests before we try that on a large scale. Presenting new bacteria to an environment can have numerous effects
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    • Imagine walking into the ocean with a prosthetic leg or arm and come out and it’s just gone
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    • Gather the plastic and do it in the controlled environment. Don't just dump it in the sea. Who knows what damge it could potentially cause.
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    • As a chemical engineer I guarantee this will hurt more than it will help. Plastic doesnt just "turn into water" there are many different elements in it. Fish eating the bacteria would be worse than just eating the plastic
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    • So if the Kardashian’s somehow ingested it they would turn into water balloons
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    • The government to them:
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    • So sad they will both commit suicide on September 19, 2019. My deepest sorrows are with them
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    • Yea until it adapts into a flesh eating disease
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    • Jeanny Yao and Miranda Wang , who have been developing this project since their school years and today reap the fruits of it. They already have patents and have obtained a financing of 400 thousand dollars to start developing the product. Takes 24hrs to turn to water
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    • Maybe the Asian countries should just stop dumping plastic into the ocean...
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    • " The development of this technology is divided into two parts: First the plastic is dissolved and the enzymes as catalyze whereby the plastic becomes highly malleable fractions. These components are placed in a biodigester station , where they behave as if they were leftovers of food." Quoted.
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    • Good way to get plastic out of the oceans but if it can do that to plastic what could it do to the other things in the ocean. Is it safe for fish, people, plants and whatever else is in the water?
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    • Until the bacteria evolves and is no longer satisfied with plastic based products and becomes an unbeatable scourge on planet earth, harnessing the power of water in the forms of condensation and evaporation to gallop across the earth via mighty cloud steeds slowly and painfully devouring the flesh
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    • I looked her up. Her name’s Morgan Vague. I don’t know who TF these Asians are, but it was one student, from Houston, working in Seattle (I believe that’s the city). She’s alive. She’s made a lot of public appearances and stuff too, so yeah.
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    • If this is real, this is frightening, since I'm guessing it would work similar to how normal bacteria does, in that it splits and mutates, and since plastic is made of a form of Carbon, what if it started eating ALL forms of Carbon due to mutations, and literally ate all life on Earth.
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    • Why are other countries setting better examples than America now?
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    • Develops into virus and starts liquifying humans
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    • Can't be that good, those are plastic peetree dishes
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    • Everyone talking about how this'll disappear but what they don't know is that this has been an ongoing thing that pops up every couple years but the reason it goes away is because they find it's not viable to release when it's peer reviewed so it goes back to the drawing board.
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    • Better tell Kylie Jenner to stay out of the ocean then if not they're going to literally eat her ass and lips
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    • I see this going really bad somehow
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    • What happened to the guys who found a cancer cure??
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    • I guess that bacteria would be the perfect way to tell a synth from a regular citizen of the commonwealth. Thanks citizen the brotherhood of steel is thankful for your patriotism against this communist institution invasion.
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    • *bacteria eats man’s prosthetic leg*
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    • Shame they died in a hunting accident where they accidentally shot themselves t the back of their heads with military grade weaponry
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    • And there will totally be no unintended consequences...
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    • It’s too bad they’re gonna end up committing “suicide” via two gunshots to the back of the head
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    • So no swimming in the ocean for the Kardashians?
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    • Yes. Let’s release a man made bacteria into the environment on an ocean wide scale. What could possibly go wrong?
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    • Plastics mainly consist of carbon. There isn't any carbon in water. Seems like something important is being left out. 🤔
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    • but then if my ex gets in the ocean she’ll turn into water
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    • Once their hunger for plastic is gone it moves onto human flesh
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    • If this is true, these people just discovered Alchemy. Theres no way Plastic polymers could ever turn into water.
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    • If it eats plastic what else can it destroy?
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    • Girl swimming:Why are my boobs getting smaller and smaller?
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    • Yeah okay anyone who knows anything about biochemistry understand that’s there’s going to be some catastrophic downside. Like “oh yeah it also eats flesh”. They probably got it to work in an extremely controlled environment and will never make it to real world trials.
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    • Lady screams “my tits are shrinking” as she floats in water
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    • Great, now Kylie Jenner can’t swim at the beach anymore.
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    • If it eats plastic. What else could it eat. It needs to be tested on underwater floral life and corals. Make sure it doesnt damage sea life
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    • They didn't mention that the bacteria doesn't reproduce fast enough to make progress in reducing our damage. Their lifespans are too short. They're currently trying to crossbreed and maybe genetically modify them to be able to make a difference
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    • "Millennials are lazy and will ruin the future"
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    • I feel as though it's being oversimplified, and that there could definitely be HUGE repercussions to spreading such an organism throughout the ocean, or any natural body of water.
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    • Things like these are hard to create without downsides, there is no telling how it would interact with wildlife, different salinity, people, etc...
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    • It's so sad they committed suicide next week
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    • Aaaand suddenly there found dead
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    • Dude imagine Kim kardashian and her whole family wither away and dissolve just by jumping in the ocean
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    • I love all of these "planet saving breakthrough" posts that never actually become a thing
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    • Imagine tring to have a nice day on the water in your dingy. And your boat is eaten by single cell organisms.
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    • Suddenly Kim Kardashian's ass cheeks turn to water balloons
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    • Keep that away from the Kardashian’s.
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    • Lab trials do not mean success in large scale deployment, but fuck me that's a good start
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    • Why is it always students??? And boomers say millennials are destroying the Earth
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    • But what does it do to the creatures in the water and to people? What are the repercussions to this man-made bacteria?
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    • Fun fact, this is basically just an accelerated process that bacteria does naturally. The reason we have fossilized trees is because originally there was no bacteria to break them down. In short, this would have happened naturally eventually, but good on them for GREATLY exediating the process.
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    • Why is it always students that figure this stuff out and never the scientists who are funded millions.
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    • Kylie Jenner walks into the water and gets eaten alive
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    • They should test it in seawater with a few fish to see if it harms the sea life just in case
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    • Hey remember the cure for cancer
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    • Theory, they release said bactearia in the ocean, it spreads across the oceans fixing our plastic problem. Soon you go to get a drink from McDonald's, their plastic cup suddenly melts and your drink spills. The bacteria is now in all water, all plastics on earth are at risk.
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    • Looking forward to their "Suicide"
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    • Oh no the Kardashian’s won’t be able to go swimming anymore
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    • I bet it's just a picture of 2 random girls holding a petri dish with a fake caption that everyone is just gonna believe
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    • Oh look, something that will save the oceans. Cool that I'm only hearing about this on iFunny
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    • Just wait until someone’s on a life raft in the middle of the ocean waiting to be saved and it starts dissolving 😂
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    • “AnD sUdDeNLy iTs LoSt” shut up it’s a fake article anyways
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    • Whenever you make a new bacteria it is historically unwise to release it into nature unchecked
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    • Kylie Jenner walks into the water. OH SHIT.
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    • I don't know how the fuck it's possible to turn plastic into water but I feel like there would be some bad down sides to using the bacteria.
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    • The kardashians better stay away from the ocean then
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    • What impact will it have on the ecosystem of the ocean
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    • Someone accidentally swallows sea water and you see all their implants fade away
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    • They shot themself 2 times in the head and their research is gone
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    • And how do you stop this bacteria? What if it eats up all the plastic in the world and floods the world?
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    • But water and what else I wonder? Plastic isnt made from just hydrogen and carbon
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    • Too bad they're all about to commit suicide
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    • Probably won't be used because corporations can't make money from it. Kinda like the fact that there are cures for certain diseases but hospitals would rather have you keep visiting for therapy until you die because money is more important.
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    • Only bad thing is when this bacteria starts affecting plastic we DONT want eaten
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    • Man if only clickbait news articles mentioned the names of the students, school, or program instead of immediately jumping to shock factor for a likely fake article
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    • guarantee this will be forgotten about within the next 3 months somehow
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    • So what happens after school? You had the students cure cancer supposidly now ones that will supposidly save the earth. Why dont people who are actual scientist discover anything this ground breaking?
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    • “Students” just goes to show how useful our bitch ass government is
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    • Arent thoze dishs made of plastic
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    • It's unfortunate they're gonna die from suicide with a knife in the back
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