Scientists have found that the gut of the common mealworm contains a bacteria that can convert non-biodegradable Styrofoam into organic waste, a potentially crucial breakthrough in combating growing landfills and pollution worldwide. What do you think?
“Is anyone working on a worm that eats busted coaxial cables?”
Gerald Deming • Assembly Line Foreman
“Good. Some other species can shoulder the burden of helping the environment for a while.”
Mackenzie Fuller • Kiln Operator
“You mean after all the energy and resources it took to produce and distribute the Styrofoam, they’re going to destroy it just like that?”
Ron Stevens • Needlepoint Appraiser