i guess to make it easy for the readers, here's a site that kind of sums up
the toxicity and environmental problems due to styrofoam
also, if i recall, dr. hulda clark (cancer expert) has negative things to
say about styrofoam as to its toxicity
in summary, in answer to the original post, i think styrofoam is a terrible
choice for any component piece or adjoining piece to a bird feeder, or on
any exposed or painted surface of styrofoam birds or humans may interact
with, for reasons mentioned throughout my posts
Rosie is a nut and obviously has little scientific training.
She mixes up the toxicity of materials used in manufacture
with the material itself. From that standpoint, we should
ban all petroleum products including gasoline. Wonder how
Rosie would like not having a car or anything made of
plastic and other materials derived from petroleum including
her sun glasses.
Your are right for once. I lost several minutes of wasted
time. Unfortunately for you, you are losing a life of
possible learning and knowledge. Go to college, take some
courses besides "Communications" or whatever other
frivolous name they use for training budding tv reporters in
everything except a real subject.
Oops, you are right again, I lost some more time. But then
I'm already retired from a successful career.
There is so much misinformation on that page that it is laughable. The only
thing that site sums up is that you can twist logic, change chemical
properties by lying. Please effie, educate yourself. Find reliable sources
of information from independent sources that have no agenda side from the
Oh my, that hurts. I just don't know what do to now, but I am emotionally
scarred from that harsh decision. Will I ever be able to face my friends
again? Will my co-workers shun me? Do I need physiological counseling?
OTOH, prove that one of my statements is false. You can't so you choose to
ignore them. Your choice and nothing anyone says will change your closed
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