Heard Something About Plastics?
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Determining fact from fiction on the Internet can be harder than you think. We know because people often contact us with questions about rumors concerning plastics. And since many of these might sound scientific or seem like good common sense, it's only natural to be concerned. If you've heard a rumor about plastics and want to know more, you've come to the right place.
MythBuster Tip
MythbusterTipImage1Like most scams, e-myths share certain features that can help you ID a hoax when you see one. For example, your e-mail just might be hoax if:

You are pressed with an urgent and one-sided viewpoint.
The primary purpose of an e-hoax is to convince you to hit [Send] before you've had a chance to do 30 seconds worth of Internet research. All CAPITAL LETTERS, excessive exclamation points (!!!) and overly dramatic language are tip-offs that someone is trying to appeal to your emotions - not your ability to reason.

Learn more ways to spot a hoax.
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