I think one can split them, by the time they take to degrade. If they don't then it's much the same with them as it is with long-lived radioactive dust. It just keeps on circulating in our food chains. Up the highest level to then return to the lowest by death. And we have so many of them, we don't even know how many they are. Where our chemists, and chemical industries, constantly are on the hunt for new, profitable, ones.
A catchy word, biomagnification, it reminds me so much of that teacher, a very long time ago, giving us pupils a simple example of how organic pollutants concentrates in food chains. 1 - 10 - 100, and so on. About ten times more for each step in that food chain. A long time before year 2001.
" Significant progress has been made in recent weeks on key aspects of a deal at the crucial meeting that starts in Dubai this week, with countries agreeing a blueprint for a fund for the most vulnerable, and reaching an important milestone on climate finance. "
and what has that to do with " Deal to keep 1.5C hopes alive is within reach, says Cop28 president "
" DevTernity organizer Eduards Sizovs admitted on social media that one of the featured speakers was an "auto-generated" woman with a fake title. He was responding to allegations about a number of suspicious profiles on his conference websites that appeared to be generated by artificial intelligence. "
Not only fake tit les, I mean, everything has to be fake about her.