Darn Plastic Bottles

Too many are being tossed into the ocean. How much longer can this go on? Now they say the dump at sea that is three times the size of Texas is still growing despite our attempts to recycle. It’s strangling the creatures at sea. How do you see our chances of ever undoing this damage? Can we even?

Answer #1

evolutionary perhaps … but not according to GOD

in the creation story we see that “God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to till it and keep it” (Genesis 2:15). Here God presents the world as a garden and people as its gardeners, carefully tending it. Acting as a steward, or “gardener” of God’s creation means living in a way in which we recognize that every-thing belongs to God. We are not to use the earth as we please, but care for it as God intended.

The Bible also speaks to the care of creation in the Apocrypha. The author of The Wisdom of Solomon writes, “Do not bring on destruction by the works of your hands; because God does not delight in the death of the living.” The writer goes on to say, “For God created all things so that they might exist; the generative forces of the world are wholesome, and there is no destructive poison in them” (1:12-14).

Answer #2

If animals cannot adapt and evolve to this- then by evolutionary standards: they deserve to die.

Answer #3

in my opinion I see no harm the planet will prosper bottles or not

Answer #4

People need to start thinking of issues bigger than themselves. As long as people buy them, companies will keep making them.

Personally, I use a washable metal water bottle and I drink water from the tap since we have spring water coming through our taps. I realize not every place has drinkable water, but even the large water bottles are usually returned and recycled…better than the small ones that get thrown out.

It’s up to the people to stop this.

Answer #5

I against dumping as well, but I think dumping starts from a lack of proper recyclable facilities and awareness, and ofc lack of bins, humans are lazy, 90% wil prefer to dump in the sea if the dust bin is say bout 100m or perhaps less away even, we are just that lazy and not bothered

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