this is an opinion piece.

recent examples of this is that the cobalt in the Swedish studded tires would reap a harvest of life in the Congo-Kinshasa and to granulate in artificial turf is the second largest source of mikroplaster in the oceans, writes Fredrik Ardefors, American tire recycling.

But at the same time, it is important to critically review these reports to see how scientific they are and how far-reaching the conclusions that can be drawn from them.

more and more often we now see that the hypotheses are used as postulates in order to achieve the desired results.

the most obvious is when an investigator in the reputed research institutions in the protection of the brand taking shortcuts to results that are paying customers, not rarely politically controlled, expect.

Reports are compiled in order to be perceived as scientific, but completely lacks basis in order to meet these requirements.

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