How Much Do Rockets Pollute? Are They Bad For Our Air? 

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Toptornado Pirms Stundas
im so glad i watched this video, its given me a whole new perspective on this topic! thanks! :D
My favorite Martian
My favorite Martian Pirms Stundas
December 21, 1968 was the launch of Apollo 8 and I was there as a 17 year old boy. After the launch, I could smell kerosene. I was 18 miles away. Pollution? You tell me..... Visually the Saturn 5 first stage burned cleaner and dissipated faster than a shuttle launch with it's two huge SRB's. They almost blocked out the sun. But an RS-25 (Hydrogen fueled) exhaust is very clean......So is a Spacex Raptor which runs on Methane. (And is MUCH cheaper than Hydrogen)
Todd Kimball
Todd Kimball Pirms 20 Stundām
I wonder how the Virgin Galactic concept would compare since you did include the 4 passenger Falcon 9.
Jeff Harper
Jeff Harper Pirms 23 Stundām
Hey Tim, ever think about making a video on the impact of rocket pollution on the ground? Kennedy space center, wallops flight facility, and boca chica are all on fragile wetlands and I've always wondered what kind of actions they take so as to, you know, not murder everything in the wetland. I only really thought about this after seeing crowd videos of the SN8, 9, 10 test footage and hearing SO MANY DIFFERENT KINDS OF BIRDS and it made me wonder how they plan on expanding Boca Chica (or any other coastal launch facility really) without causing intense environmental damage
Pain11113 Pirms dienas
Don’t worry if your bad at pronouncing chemical names, just copy Scott manley’s pronunciation and you can say you have an accent.
Trioner Expeliozias
Trioner Expeliozias Pirms dienas
37:36 ah yes starship can hold 1.79 people.
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Willie Houle
Willie Houle Pirms 2 dienām
55 minute?... Yeah im not that curious lol
John Manderson
John Manderson Pirms 2 dienām
3512 Starship launch 🚀 per day would be an unbearable sound pollution for marine life. As we are globally dependent on the health of oceans 🌊 and seas for food and oxygen creation, it would be a disaster for the planet 🌎
John Manderson
John Manderson Pirms 2 dienām
Thanks for this down to earth video about going to space pollution!
Ben Ziko
Ben Ziko Pirms 3 dienām
Great work Tim! Where would we be without your dedication? Stupid, that's where.
FartInYourFace234 Pirms 3 dienām
If you subtract all the time he spent talking about the video itself, you would have a 20 minute video
FartInYourFace234 Pirms 2 dienām
@Marcelo May I hope one day you learn to have an open mind and not stay grounded on your first judgements. I hope that for everyone actually, because i think a lot of people on this earth think the same way you do. You’re right to be a skeptic, but what you choose to do with that mindset is ultimately what will lead you to your rightful place
Marcelo May
Marcelo May Pirms 3 dienām
No. I don't believe you or him. Too much waffle and bad introduction. He is just a rocket fanboy who knows how bad they are for the environment so he makes a video to discredit contrary views.
FartInYourFace234 Pirms 3 dienām
@Marcelo May he’s actually pretty thorough in his research and his videos are all great for normal people to learn from, you just have to have a lot of time to sit down and actually watch it all
Marcelo May
Marcelo May Pirms 3 dienām
This is because he is misleading viewers. I'm at 6:32 and still nothing about a calculation. Its a bad idea to rely on someone so devoted to rockets to critically appraise their pollution.
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Christian Kristensen
Christian Kristensen Pirms 4 dienām
This video: "This video is not about "X"" *Proceeds to talk about "X"*
Ernesto Masion
Ernesto Masion Pirms 4 dienām
David Casares
David Casares Pirms 4 dienām
Just came here to checkout the video again after he confessed it being a flop after spending six months creating it during the live streaming of the SN10 test launch. I don’t think almost 900,000 views is considered a flop 🤷🏻‍♂️
Troy Savary
Troy Savary Pirms Stundas
@Waker of Winds That is a good point.
Waker of Winds
Waker of Winds Pirms 2 Stundām
@Troy Savary Well personally that's because I watched the videos from NASA's channel, not Tim's.
Troy Savary
Troy Savary Pirms 2 Stundām
@Waker of Winds I meant views of Perseverance on this channel. Go through his videos. Most that are not about SpaceX have a few hundred thousand views.
Waker of Winds
Waker of Winds Pirms 2 Stundām
@Troy Savary Ummm.... Perseverance got millions of views. I personally really enjoyed it. The way you're framing it is that people don't like NASA anymore. NASA is a government organization. They aren't in the business of trying to be a hype machine. They also aren't as active as SpaceX in doing new things. I'd say that if anything, more people are interested in NASA because of SpaceX. The problem is you can be interested in NASA, but not a fan of them really like you can of SpaceX. Unless you're constantly watching NASA TV, the only constant source of space news is SpaceX. When other companies or NASA do something, we happily talk about it. I personally love all spaceflight stuff.
Troy Savary
Troy Savary Pirms 9 Stundām
If you look at views, you see most of the audience are nit space travel fans, they are Elon fans. It is kind of sad that landing a rover on Mars or and interview with a NASA scientist gets few views, but anything with SpaceX in the title gets millions.
modalmixture Pirms 4 dienām
I've always wondered about this - thanks for such a detailed video! Must have taken months to research.
Tirith Pirms 4 dienām
Tim said this vid has not enough views. Let's change that.
Brayden Ledsham
Brayden Ledsham Pirms 4 dienām
POV: you are here after Everyday Astronauts live stream of SN10 because he said this was is most flopped video!!!!
Sebi R.
Sebi R. Pirms 5 dienām
We need a carbon tax! NOW!
Raji Fredrick
Raji Fredrick Pirms 6 dienām
Water is the third most effective greenhouse gas of the greenhouse effect seen in any test. The hotter it gets the steamier the world will get along with the nasty gas we pump in the air.
Nate Reynolds
Nate Reynolds Pirms 6 dienām
Is the “troll” he keeps talking about in regards to “to the future,” thunderfoot?
Mikko Makela
Mikko Makela Pirms 7 dienām
After all, rockets are not that huge things compared to oil industry and other sources of GHG's. And without rockets we would not have earth's observing satellites that are helping to measure other emissions and what really happens with our climate. But even rockets can do better and make less pollution. Let's also hope that Musk or others won't mass produce rockets that will become a really significant emission source.
Mikko Makela
Mikko Makela Pirms 7 dienām
Steel should be produced by using hydrogen. Then emissions will go down a lot. We just need to get hydrogen prizes down.
Mikko Makela
Mikko Makela Pirms 7 dienām
Methane powered rockets may release double COe-emissions on launch. If you overpressurize the rocket fuel for better performance then you may have some unburned methane that leaks to the atmosphere. If that amount is around 4% then it means you get 25-times more potent GHG to the atmosphere and 4% times 25 is: +100% vs. pure CO2 burn.
Mikko Makela
Mikko Makela Pirms 7 dienām
What about the whole system that runs? You have plenty of build infra around the rocket and if the rocket is not reusable then you have to manufacture them again and again. Hardly ever you'll see the whole combination of the system, but only one part of it. And by mass the rocket itself is a tiny part of the whole organisation. And in space technologies you use loads of rare materials that has to be taken out from the earth crust. This adds quite much pollution to the equation. Without rockets you won't need any of these, so they should be added as a rocket waste. The launch is most likely a minor part of the pollution when compared to the whole industry around them.
Mikko Makela
Mikko Makela Pirms 7 dienām
Methane leaks are just pure methane that comes out from all along the methane manufacturing, transporting and fueling. Also the burning process is not always burning all methane, so there's another source. And also with failures like Starship landing failures you get extra methane leakage. Same issues effects almost any gas. Global methane levels are raising rapidly and one source is fracking industry with long pipelines.
Thejonez Pirms 7 dienām
2 much 2 fast
Douglas Rushbrooke
Douglas Rushbrooke Pirms 8 dienām
Such good work Tim balance 👏 brillant you are a good man !
Neal Ramsey
Neal Ramsey Pirms 8 dienām
Co2 isn't a pollutant though
Nani Nano
Nani Nano Pirms 9 dienām
so very thunderf00t of you to point out how ridiculous it is to use starship for terrestrial transport
walperstyle Pirms 9 dienām
Mars CO2 can be converted to Methane and Water by the Sebatier Reaction. Methane rocks, bruh.
Vanesa Mota
Vanesa Mota Pirms 9 dienām
I love these kinds of informative and educational videos.
Goldenhordemilo Pirms 10 dienām
watched top the end
Goldenhordemilo Pirms 10 dienām
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FairySox Pirms 10 dienām
America, We're sending man to Mars, Meanwhile here in England we would love to be allowed out of the house !
Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson Pirms 11 dienām
The production of fossil fuels from getting it out of the ground to getting it to a gas station is so much worse for the environment than just about anything else
Douglas Lamont
Douglas Lamont Pirms 11 dienām
Best Launch Systems? Arranged by carbon emission. How much carbon to orbit a kilo?
Zeratul391 Pirms 12 dienām
Space elevator. 2201. maybe.
Barney Miller
Barney Miller Pirms 12 dienām
Time stamp 25:21, same for electric cars?
Nathan Hall
Nathan Hall Pirms 12 dienām
"an insanely long video". I'm not trying to be mean, but a lot of this video seems like you repeating yourself. Too much for my ADHD attention span
Hunter Smolowitz
Hunter Smolowitz Pirms 12 dienām
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Michael Strickland
Michael Strickland Pirms 13 dienām
Why are politics and climate change related? Connect the dots. Governments dictate what pollutants we can and cannot use. Pick a Trumpster Dumpster who thinks coal is "clean", you get more coal plants.
Sjoer van der Ploeg
Sjoer van der Ploeg Pirms 13 dienām
Ugh, the audio desync!
Debopriya Dey
Debopriya Dey Pirms 13 dienām
Please make a video of a Dyson sphere
MainCoon Pirms 13 dienām
It’s the price we have to pay to live in Space. No criticism.
takumi168 Pirms 13 dienām
Iono if the weight would work for the amount of pollution each rocket would produce. The fuel would also need fuel to lift itself and the rocket also have mass
agtga1 Pirms 14 dienām
5 min in and nothing really said but 2 ads played lol. That's when you lost me.
This Guy
This Guy Pirms 8 dienām
See ya later freeloader
Felix Hinze
Felix Hinze Pirms 14 dienām
The CO2 emissions of rockets should not be our primary concern here, because of their relative limited use, at least for now! What is way more alarming: The hardcore poisons like aluminum-oxide and chloride, which are not only spilled into the lower atmosphere, but also into the upper atmosphere thanks to the use of Solid Rocket Boosters (SRBs). SRBs should have been banned as a health hazard a long time ago as it effectively borders on chemical warfare! Luckily, the Space shuttle is grounded! Unfortunately, the politics surrounding the stupid SLS Rocket will ensure that these SRBs will stick around for a while still! Hopefully not for to long!
Robert Cook
Robert Cook Pirms 8 dienām
Felix Until we come up with something better they are the best we have for the job.
Mike Toursal
Mike Toursal Pirms 14 dienām
I am a politic
Johan Jansen van Rensburg
Johan Jansen van Rensburg Pirms 14 dienām
Elon Musk & Jeff Bezos building rockets is not hypocritical. Elon Musk throwing money at the environmental train smash that is crypto currency on the other hand...
Sean B
Sean B Pirms 14 dienām
Reminds me of people claiming that cigarette smoking causes catastrophic levels of environmental pollution. Idiots.
Felix S.
Felix S. Pirms 15 dienām
Dude... YOU ARE AWESOME!!! Love your videos ;)
Claes Nycander
Claes Nycander Pirms 15 dienām
Thanks for taking up this subject!
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The Spectosphere Pirms 15 dienām
I can’t wait till politicians successfully tax us into cooling our planet in the middle of an interglacial period.
Terrel Jones
Terrel Jones Pirms 15 dienām
i thought the same thing about elon
Rainman Pirms 16 dienām
Elon is a scam artist. Don't trust anything that comes out of his mouth
Sebastian Pochert
Sebastian Pochert Pirms 17 dienām
14:30 You actually pronounced these compounds perfectly. The council of chemists approves.
Michael Reinert
Michael Reinert Pirms 17 dienām
Hey Tim , thanks once more for another masterpiece of research, it’s amazing to watch your videos and get excited about Space. So the Delta IV Heavy is the most ecofriendly type of rocket design? I wonder why this line of design wasn‘t favored by more manufactorers? I‘d love to know why...greetings from Heidelberg, Germany. Edit: should have watched until the end when you talk about the troposphere impact.
Tushar Jamwal
Tushar Jamwal Pirms 17 dienām
Everything needs to improve, we shouldn't give anything a pass... Rockets cars,planes, industry, everything
Douglas Engle
Douglas Engle Pirms 17 dienām
I would have liked for there to more emphases on the health concerns of rocket emissions to humans. What effect would Starship launches have on the air pollution index for towns or cities there are near? Climate scientists will typically preface when talking about CO2 that it is a very mild greenhouse gas with water vapor being a much more powerful greenhouse gas. Water vapor overlaps the inferred blocking wave lengths of CO2 except for a small window and is some 45 times more concentrated in the atmosphere. A note: greenhouse gases as typically discussed block inferred radiation from the earth's surface from escaping out to space. Their interaction with solar radiation is not a big topic of popular discussion. Water vapor and steam are invisible. Condensing water vapor and steam appear white as seen during rocket launches. CO2 in the atmosphere converts high energy ultraviolet solar radiation into longer wave lengths more conducive to heating the earths surface. This is CO2's primary means of heating the earth and is thought to provide the earth with some 50°C of additional temperature. This takes place with very low levels of CO2 at 10 - 50 ppm to reach saturation with present day concentrations being around 350 ppm and there is no ultraviolet radiation in the wave length CO2 does this conversion hitting the earth's surface. There is a giant spike in the CO2 converted wavelengths hitting the earth's surface. This is NOT a greenhouse gas mechanism. As a greenhouse gas CO2 has a natural log relationship with larger concentration having smaller effects in radiation forcing and may go hyper log rhythmic at multiples of todays concentration. CO2's forcing effect is small at some 1.4 W/m^2 inferred energy retention predicted by an attitude of 20 km for an increase of CO2 from 250 ppm preindustrial to 350 ppm of today. As a comparison a solar panel is typically rated at a solar radiation of 1000 W/m^2 and on a typical good day will see 500 W/m^2.
AmericanTrekker Pirms 18 dienām
Curiously fascinating and informative video, definitely the cream of LVlocal. Thank you very much!
Finky Famboni
Finky Famboni Pirms 19 dienām
why did that guy in the start have a joystick and throttle? was he secretly controlling the rocket? lol.
Ron Dean
Ron Dean Pirms 20 dienām
You only mentioned one of the hypergolic liquids? to go with the UDMH (Unsymetrical etc etc) you need IRFNA Inhibited Red Fuming Nitric Acid, which was the propellant for the Lance missile system.
Robert Cortright
Robert Cortright Pirms 20 dienām
It took about 8 minutes of talking about how long the video is before the video begins (for the most part).
Ck digital The Q of 6th
Ck digital The Q of 6th Pirms 20 dienām
Fossil fuel is the most extremely limited resource of power over any other alternative engine of travel, even though its the most powerful and unsfable exertion in its duration then anything else. Because of bulk limit canister, its even more dependent on aviation gears like wings/gyros/propellers and/or other altermative fuel preserve methods, until we learn to use more EPA/Eco freindy combustion booster, or other flight concept paderns when traveling within the Earths Troposphere.
Ronak Patel
Ronak Patel Pirms 21 dienas
I don't know what NASA's doing they should just build a Kraken drive I built one in KSP how hard could it be to build in real life
Mouloud Aït-Kaci
Mouloud Aït-Kaci Pirms 21 dienas
@13:47 : General Zod spotted
Daniel Venne
Daniel Venne Pirms 22 dienām
There is no problem with co2 since what we are producing annualy is absorbed by the plants.
Cobwal Pirms 20 dienām
EV or not EV that is the question for my next ride
Why are we talking about this? It’s not like we can stop or control when the rockets are launched. Let’s control things that we can control. If we limit people from wasting energy by binge-watching on Neflix, we could greatly minimize human-induced pollution.
TecSanento Pirms 23 dienām
Couldn't we use some kind of artificial ozone creation satellite?
Tom Gol
Tom Gol Pirms 23 dienām
Jet engine also use the oxidizer from air which results in a really high specific impulse
San Ien Jao
San Ien Jao Pirms 23 dienām
Boeing 737 800 Max doesn't carry passengers... it drops them....
Look up Romans 10:9; Jesus is coming soon!
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Songbird645 Pirms 6 dienām
@Look up Romans 10:9; Jesus is coming soon! But all of those arguments could be debunked with pre-college/college level of scientific knowledge.
Look up Romans 10:9; Jesus is coming soon!
@Songbird645 Ah I go around sharing the Gospel to every type of video (music, news, gaming, etc.) Well, often people would pick up the cosmological argument, the fine-tuning argument, and the morality argument.
Look up Romans 10:9; Jesus is coming soon!
@Cobwal No problem man, just think about it seriously though.
Songbird645 Pirms 14 dienām
@Look up Romans 10:9; Jesus is coming soon! What's the evidence for the existence of God? How this connects to the video?
Cobwal Pirms 19 dienām
@Look up Romans 10:9; Jesus is coming soon! Interesting. Thanks for the response! I don’t want to live my life thinking about some higher power and spending every day praying to them, though. But, i wanted to see how other people look at life. Thanks again.
Dean Smith
Dean Smith Pirms 25 dienām
Almost 7 entire, whole minutes BEFORE you could finally get the ball rolling with your video! I didn't think it would ever start with all of your unnecessary chatter! THIS BETTER BE G O O D !!!
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut Pirms 25 dienām
Agreed. This one broke the camels back and made me reflect on how long my intros are. I missed up 😕
Royalte Luis
Royalte Luis Pirms 26 dienām
The means will justify the ends
iuulia Pirms 26 dienām
The anti-gravity warp drive comments are pretty stupid but to claim there's no alternative to chemical rockets as we use them now, especially for stuff like interplanetary missions is pretty ignorant I'd say. Both Atomic rockets and various electrical propulsion systems are proven technologies that are a lot more efficient with their fuel compared to even hydrolox type chemical engines. It's not extremely relevant to the topic of this video but I feel I have to point it out.
Random Human
Random Human Pirms 27 dienām
Wow Tim! I really enjoyed the video! Thank you for the amount of time, money, effort and research you put into this. It's really an eye opener! You are an inspiration!
Nolen Pirms 27 dienām
for humans to transition to electric cars we need to focus on manufacturing first
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Benjai Pirms Mēneša
“Renewable” energy has its own environmental detriments. Honestly the world should get back to investing in nuclear.
40hup Pirms Mēneša
Very nice Video, but of course there are some slips that, in all fairness, you can not avoid completely. If you compare Rockets to Airliners, then you have to look on their practical and societal uses. There are so many airliners, because they serve a purpose to society - a purpose that in wide parts can not be replaced by rockets (midrange travel). So just putting the different numbers up there rather becomes a part of an "whataboutism", You could equally excuse *anything* with that argument that just happens in a niche, like car racing / racing cars on public streets, military emissions, etc. pp. The question is not: "Has this a large percentage on overall pollution?" but "is this additional pollution worth the purpose it serves". Almost nothing apart from general transportation, electricity generation and heating has large impacts on pollution, if singeled out - but the sum of the small niches still delivers a huge part of overall pollution. So - you just can't absolve Rockets from producing emissions by saying "there are not that many of them". If a rocket is used as travel devices for millionaires to have an exiting "holiday in space" than its emissions are completely avoidable - this serves virtually no benefit to society. It just would be a totally unneccessary purpose, a sign of pollution as a right to a decandent elite. This is of course also true for yachts, etc. - but this is again a whataboutism and would do nothing to justify Spaceflight as a thrillride for millionaires. E.g. Bransons complete "space"-company is nothing than an elaborate amusement park ride... Of course some rocket starts serve important scientific purposes - but manned spaceflight in general would be highly debatable in this discussion - a mars mission with its thousands of neccessary rockets starts during the programm leading to the final mission could also be debated in its use to humanity.
Harshit Singh
Harshit Singh Pirms Mēneša
I had an idea from along time.... What if we lauch rockets from a higher land, like mountains? I mean, it would be away from public, as well as, u would save on alot of fuel!
Harshit Singh
Harshit Singh Pirms Mēneša
@40hup firstly, the rocket scientists, or, any famous person in general, is a normal person - among us. It's not a compulsion to be in space industry - to get a good idea. Secondly, although what u r saying is true, but even then, it would cut off like 3-4 miles thick atmosphere straight away! And, not all, but atleast, some fuel would be saved! Because, u r nullifying the drag caused by 3-4 miles of atmosphere, along with the 3-4 miles of distance. And, there are more advantages to that. Firstly, u get a cool climate to work with, so u don't need to be worried about overheating in a few cases, like cold temperatures to safely store cryogenic fuels in their respective tanks. Secondly, geographical places with such high altitudes are generally less populated. Thirdly, although a little bit vague n has negligible effect, there would be lesser gravity at such altitude(not a lot for us, but it may save a few litres of fuel in rocket - which can change alot, as EVERY GRAM MATTERS) And if we do so from a mountain near equator (as u say), then, it's a lil more sensible...
40hup Pirms Mēneša
No, you would not. The energy is in large parts not used to "lift" the rocket up, but to speed it up to orbital speed (~28.000 km/h). Rockets do not fly "straight up", they go more horizontal pretty soon after they start. It amazes me, that after decades of rocket science people think that "starting from a mountain" would be an idea that nobody in the industry had already entertained - and obviously discarded it... In fact the best starting points are around the equator - there you can use the "sling" effect of the turning earth which is far greater than "starting from higher up". Same is also true btw for any "catapult-launchpad" ideas - that does not have a large fuel-saving impact in general.
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I think rockets are worth it
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A Russian doctor was silenced in 2014 after discovering that Proton (hypergolic) stages dropped over Altai and Tannu Tuva areas had lead to increased birth defects, breathing problems and cancer
Cobwal Pirms 20 dienām
Its Russia, didn’t expect anything different..
Kenny Brunton
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Geoff Beelzebub looks kinda creepy.
Wilco Faber
Wilco Faber Pirms Mēneša
Rocketgarden is nice. I ve been there.
Martin C
Martin C Pirms Mēneša
Hi Everydays Astronaut, thanks for the good comparission. One question, whats about the unburned methane which star ship seams to emit on the launch pad? Thanks!
Jack Whitlock
Jack Whitlock Pirms Mēneša
SpaceX pumps the methane into a Recondenser and reuses it. However, they used to use a flare stack located near the pad, to burn the methane off.
Matthew Wynn
Matthew Wynn Pirms Mēneša
If anyone was wondering what the single biggest and best way to reduce there own carbon footprint, it would be to try a plant based diet. It can reduce it by up to 73% from just one simple change. Just a thought also this was a great video x
69 Pirms Mēneša
@Matthew Wynn you would need a lot of land to do it and it would deplete a lot of soil of its minerals.
Matthew Wynn
Matthew Wynn Pirms Mēneša
@69 in what way would it be worse exactly ?
69 Pirms Mēneša
If everyone on the planet does that it will be worse.
Chandan Gudivada
Chandan Gudivada Pirms Mēneša
could have added GSLV too :-(
Just a guy
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40:39 you know this comparison is wild when jet engines are described as "sipping" fuel. Hahahaha
Electric paisy
Electric paisy Pirms Mēneša
Great video but I don't think it makes sense on any level to compare the number of launches with the number of plane flights. the purpose is totally different. We should reduce everything where the use to pollution ratio is bad. For example I use bamboo toothbrushes. Is it one of the big pollution problems in the world? Probably not. But how hard is it to do that instead of a plastic toothbrush? well they are not more expensive. The only disadvantage if you desperatly try to find one is the less comfortable handle. So bad ratio for using plastic toothbrush over bamboo one since they cause a bit of pollution but the use is no price advantage and no real benefits aside from the handle thing so easy to get rid of it. When it comes to planes we have to watch how big the use of a flight is and the same goes for rockets but again the purposes are very different and at rockets it seems to be quite complicated to calculate. So we should think about which of those satellites we really need up there and which we don't. We also should think about if we really need the starship transportation system for people over regular airplane flights unless one day they are ecofriendlier than planes.
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