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A study done at Stockholm university shows rainwater worldwide contains too many PFAS chemicals and is unsafe to drink. PFAS chemicals, also known as forever chemicals as they don’t degrade, initially started in plastic packages, but have spread everywhere now, including the air and water. Even pristine areas contain 14 times the allowed amount of PFAS.

 

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Plants can talk

Researchers from Tel Aviv University found that plants make sounds. Each plant species has a unique sound of its own. The sounds change when the

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