How much pesticides?|
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to make one T-shirt and
one pair of jeans?
Answer: 1 pound
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Did you know that there are more than one hundred thousand|
man-made chemicals out there?
Some scientists say there are more man made chemicals than
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Chemist know 117 elements,but only 94 are found naturally.
Seven of these are noble gases, which only form when exposed to electron bombardment.
So 87 elements exist to form chemical compounds.
Aren't chemist good in mixing them?
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