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Fishing Fleets Threw Away 10 Percent of Their Catch Over the Past Decade

Every year, fishing fleets discard 10 million tons of their catch.

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The story of plastic began in the 1850s, when British inventor Alexander Parkes combined the organic compound cellulose (from plant cell walls), nitric acid, and solvents to form “Parkesine,” a flexible material he introduced in 1862 at the Great Exhibition in London.
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Ohio State University psychologist Terri Fisher tested the oft-repeated claim that men think about sex every seven seconds (which translates to 8,000 instances daily) by having 283 students carry around a golf-score counter and click each time they thought about sex, food, or sleep. In reality, the young men’s fancy turned to sex merely 19 times per day.
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