If you live in the United States, you probably do some form of recycling. It’s likely that you separate paper from plastic and glass and metal. You rinse the bottles and cans, and you might put food scraps in a container destined for a composting facility. As you sort everything
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Have you been ingrained with the idea that "recycling is good"? Has that "good" actually been calculated and offset by the "cost" for providing that "good"?
This is where rational decision making and political ideology often come into conflict. This article explains the irrational political argument, when the policy is actually examined.
But in today’s politically correct super government, rational decision making is never the final determinant of anything.