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The Story of Electronics


Nowadays, consumer electronics are almost needed for everyday use, such as personal computers, MP3 players, digital cameras, and so on. This episode of BOK will explore the high-tech revolution's collateral damage - 25 million tons of e-waste and counting, poisoned workers and a public left holding the bill and conclude with a call for a green 'race to the top' where designers compete to make long-lasting, toxic-free products that are fully and easily recyclable. Here is Part II.








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IBM’s own data revealed that its workers making computer chips had 40% more miscarriages, and were significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is starting to happen all around the world. It turns out the high-tech industry isn’t as clean as its image.



So, after its toxic trip around the globe, it lands in my hands. I love it for a year or so and then it starts drifting further from its place of honor on my desk or in my pocket. Maybe it spends a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings us to disposal, which we think of as the end of its life. But really it’s just moved on to become part of the mountains of e-waste we make every year.



Remember how these devices were packed with toxic chemicals? Well, there’s a simple rule of production: toxics in, toxics out! Computers, cell phones, TVs, all this stuff is just waiting to release all their toxics when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing this stuff even while we’re using them.



You know those fat old TVs that people are chucking for high-def flat screens? They each have about five pounds of lead in them. Lead as in lead poisoning.



So, almost all of this e-waste either goes from my garage to a landfill or get shipped overseas to the garage workshop of some guys in Guiyu, China whose job is to recycle it.



I’ve visited a bunch of these so-called recycling operations. Workers, without protective gear, sit on the ground, smashing open electronics to recover the valuable metals inside and chucking or burning the parts no one will pay them for. So, while I’m on to my next gadget, my last gadget is off poisoning families in Guiyu or India or Nigeria.



Each year, we make 25 million tons of e-waste which gets dumped, burned or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So, are the geniuses who design these electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so! Because the problems they’re creating are well hidden even from them.



You see the companies they work for keep these human and environmental costs out of sight and off their accounting books. It’s all about externalizing the truth costs of production.



Instead of companies paying to make their facilities safe, the workers pay with their health. Instead of them paying to redesign using fewer toxics, villagers pay by losing their clean drinking water.



Externalizing costs allow companies to keep designing for the dump. They get the profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, it’s like we’re looking at this toxic mess and saying to companies “you made it, but we’ll deal with it.” I’ve got a better idea. How about “you made it, you deal with it?” Doesn’t that make more sense?


jessiyear在 整理的生词:
miscarriage: n. 流产



chuck: v. 扔掉



Guiyu: 中国广东省贵屿镇,废旧电子电器拆解基地

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IBM’s own data review that its workers making computer chips have 40 percent more miscarriages and more significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is certain to happen all around the world. It turns out the high tech industry isn’t as clean as its image. So after its toxicant trips around the globe, it lands on my hands. I love it for a year or so and then it starts drifting further from its place on my desk and my pocket. Maybe it’s been a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings it to disposal which we think is the end of its life. But really it just moved on to become part of the moutains of the waste we make every year. Remember how these devices were packed with toxic chemicals, well there is the simple rule of production “toxics in, toxics out”. Computers, cell phones, tvs all these stuff is just waiting to release their toxicant when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing the stuff even while we’re using them. You know these fat old tvs people used are checking for high deaf flats screens, they each have about five pounds of lead in them. Lead as in lead poisoning. So almost all of these e-waste either goes from my garage to a land fill or to get ship overseas to the garage works of some * China whose job is to recycling. I visited bunches of these so-called recycling operations. Workers with out protected gear sit on the ground smashing open the electronics through cover the valuable metals inside and chucking and burning the parts of normal pay them for. So I’m onto my next sketch, my last sketch is on poisoning families in * or India or Madurai. Each year we make 25 million tons of e-waste whch gets dumped, burnt or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So are the geniuses who design these electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so. Because the problems they are creating are well heading and even from them. You see the companies they work for keep these human and environmental cost out of sight and off their counting books. It’s all about externalizing the true cost of production. Instead of company’s pay to make the facilities save, the workers pay with their health. Instead of their paying to resign using fewer toxics villagers pay by losing their clean drinking water. Externalizing costs allow companies to keep designing for the dump, they get the profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, it’s like we’re looking at this toxicant mass and things to companies, you made it, but we will deal with it. I have got a better idea. How about you made it, you deal with it. Doesn’t that make more sense?
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[Homework]2011-10-02&10-08 电子设备的故事 (2/3)

IBM’s own data review, but its workers making computer chips have 40% more miscarriages, and more significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is starting to happen all around the world. It turns out the high-tech industry isn’t just clean as its images.

So, after the toxic chips around the growth, it lends my hands, I love it for year so and it starts stripping further for its places owner, my desk and my pocket. Maybe it spends a little time in my garage before being toxic out. And that brings to the exposure, which we think of the end of its life. But it really just moves on to become part of Mounts of E-waste we make every year.

Remember how this divides will packed with toxic chemical, well, this is simple rule of production. Toxics in! Toxics out! Computers, cell phones, TVs, all these stuffs are just waiting to release out the toxics when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing the stuff even while we are using.

You know this fat old TVs, people are chalking for high desk flat screens. They each have 5 pounds of letting in. Let as in lets poisoning.

So, almost the easy way to ship the goods from my garages to a landfill or can ship over sea to the garage workshops for some guys waiting in China whose jobs is to recycle it.

I visited a bunch of these so called recycling operations. Workers without protective gear, sit on the ground, smashing over electronics who recover the valuable metals inside it and choking a burning the parts of normal pay them for. So, I am on next sketch. My last sketch is about poisoning family where you’re in India or Nigeria.

Each year, we made 25 million tons of e-waste which gets dump to burn or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So, are the geniuses who designed the electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so! Because the problems they are creating are well heading evil from now.

You see the company they work for keep this human and inbox cost out of sight and off the accounting books. It’s all about externalizing the truth cost of production.

Instead of the company’s pay to make these facilities safe, the workers pay with their health. Instead of them pay to redesign using fuel toxic, villagers pay by losing the clean drinking water.

Externalizing cost allow companies to keep design for the dump. They get profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, * looking at this toxic messing things to companies. You make it but we will deal with it. I’ve got a better idea, how about you make it, you deal with it. Doesn’t sound like more sense?

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IBM’s own data review that its workers making computer chips have 40% more miscarriages, and were significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancers. The same thing is starting to happen all around the world. It turns out the high-tech industry isn’t as clean as its images.

So, after its toxic trip around the globe, it lands in  my hands, I love it for a year or so and then struck further for its places on  my desker and my pocket. Maybe it spends a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings to the exposure, which we think of the end of its life. But it really just moves on to become part of Mounts of E-waste we make every year.

Remember how this divices were packed with toxic chemical, well, there is simple rule of production. Toxics in! Toxics out! Computers, cell phones, TVs, all these stuffs are just waiting to release out the toxics when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing the stuff even more while we are using.

You know this fat old TVs, people are chalking for high desk flat screens. They each have 5 pounds of letting in. Let as in lets poisoning.

So, almost all of this e-waste goes from my garages to a landfill or get shipped oversea to the garage workshops for some guys waiting in China whose jobs is to recycle it.

I visited a bunch of these so called recycling operations. Workers without protective gear, sit on the ground, smashing over electronics who recover the valuable metals inside it and choking a burning the parts of normal pay them for. So, I am on next sketch. My last sketch is about poisoning family in India or Nigeria.

Each year, we made 25 million tons of e-waste which gets dump to burn or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So, are the geniuses who designed the electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so! Because the problems they are creating are well hidden even  from them.

You see the company they work for keep this inhumane environmental cost out of sight and off the accounting books. It’s all about externalizing the truth cost of production.

Instead of the company’s pay to make these facilities safe, the workers pay with their health. Instead of the  paying  to redesign using few toxic, villagers pay by losing the clean drinking water.

Externalizing cost allow companies to keep designing for the dump. They get profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, * looking at this toxic messing things to companies. You make it but we will deal with it. I’ve got a better idea, how about you make it, you deal with it. Doesn’t sound like more sense?
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IBM’s own data review that its workers making computer chips have 40 percent more miscarriages and more significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is certain to happen all around the world. It turns out the high tech industry isn’t as clean as its image. So after its toxicant trips around the globe, it lands on my hands. I love it for a year or so and then it starts drifting further from its place on my desk and my pocket. Maybe it’s been a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings it to disposal which we think is the end of its life. But really it just moved on to become part of the moutains of the waste we make every year. Remember how these devices were packed with toxic chemicals, well there is the simple rule of production “toxics in, toxics out”. Computers, cell phones, tvs all these stuff is just waiting to release their toxicant when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing the stuff even while we’re using them. You know these fat old tvs people used are checking for high deaf flats screens, they each have about five pounds of lead in them. Lead as in lead poisoning. So almost all of these e-waste either goes from my garage to a land fill or to get ship overseas to the garage works of some * China whose job is to recycling. I visited bunches of these so-called recycling operations. Workers with out protected gear sit on the ground smashing open the electronics through cover the valuable metals inside and chucking and burning the parts of normal pay them for. So I’m onto my next sketch, my last sketch is on poisoning families in * or India or Madurai. Each year we make 25 million tons of e-waste whch gets dumped, burnt or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So are the geniuses who design these electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so. Because the problems they are creating are well heading and even from them. You see the companies they work for keep these human and environmental cost out of sight and off their counting books. It’s all about externalizing the true cost of production. Instead of company’s pay to make the facilities save, the workers pay with their health. Instead of their paying to resign using fewer toxics villagers pay by losing their clean drinking water. Externalizing costs allow companies to keep designing for the dump, they get the profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, it’s like we’re looking at this toxicant mass and things to companies, you made it, but we will deal with it. I have got a better idea. How about you made it, you deal with it. Doesn’t that make more sense?
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IBM’s own data review that its workers making computer chips have 40 percent more miscarriages and more significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is certain to happen all around the world. It turns out the high tech industry isn’t as clean as its image. So after its toxicant trips around the globe, it lands on my hands. I love it for a year or so and then it starts drifting further from its place on my desk and my pocket. Maybe it’s been a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings it to disposal which we think is the end of its life. But really it just moved on to become part of the moutains of the waste we make every year. Remember how these devices were packed with toxic chemicals, well there is the simple rule of production “toxics in, toxics out”. Computers, cell phones, tvs all these stuff is just waiting to release their toxicant when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing the stuff even while we’re using them. You know these fat old tvs people used are checking for high deaf flats screens, they each have about five pounds of lead in them. Lead as in lead poisoning. So almost all of these e-waste either goes from my garage to a land fill or to get ship overseas to the garage works of some * China whose job is to recycling. I visited bunches of these so-called recycling operations. Workers with out protected gear sit on the ground smashing open the electronics through cover the valuable metals inside and chucking and burning the parts of normal pay them for. So I’m onto my next sketch, my last sketch is on poisoning families in * or India or Madurai. Each year we make 25 million tons of e-waste whch gets dumped, burnt or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So are the geniuses who design these electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so. Because the problems they are creating are well heading and even from them. You see the companies they work for keep these human and environmental cost out of sight and off their counting books. It’s all about externalizing the true cost of production. Instead of company’s pay to make the facilities save, the workers pay with their health. Instead of their paying to resign using fewer toxics villagers pay by losing their clean drinking water. Externalizing costs allow companies to keep designing for the dump, they get the profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, it’s like we’re looking at this toxicant mass and things to companies, you made it, but we will deal with it. I have got a better idea. How about you made it, you deal with it. Doesn’t that make more sense?
IBM’s own data review that its workers making computer chips have 40 percent more miscarriages and more significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is certain to happen all around the world. It turns out the high tech industry isn’t as clean as its image. So after its toxicant trips around the globe, it lands on my hands. I love it for a year or so and then it starts drifting further from its place on my desk and my pocket. Maybe it’s been a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings it to disposal which we think is the end of its life. But really it just moved on to become part of the moutains of the waste we make every year
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imb owened date review,but its worker making computer cheapers has 40% more miscarriages. more signifficantly more likely to die from blood bringing ;kidney cancel.the same thing has happened all aroud the world. it turns out it high industrail isn't clean its image.so after the taxi trip the world,it lands to me ,i loved it for year so then it started strinftingrt  rthit for y lov my  remember how these stuffs 5 pouds when some of them led oversea chaina worker smash cheching so my last sgage most recycles.you see ,   clean drinking water when we go along with   i ve get a good idea:how about you make it ,you deal with it,more sense?
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IBM’s own data revealed that its workers making computer chips had 40% more miscarriages, and were significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is starting to happen all around the world. It turns out the high-tech industry isn’t as clean as its image.

 

So, after its toxic trip around the globe, it lands in my hands. I love it for a year or so and then it starts drifting further from its place of honor on my desk or in my pocket. Maybe it spends a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings us to / disposal, which we think of as the end of its life. But / really it’s just moved on to become part of the mountains of e-waste we make every year.

 

Remember how these devices were packed with toxic chemicals? Well, there’s a simple rule of production: toxics in, toxics out! Computers, cell phones, TVs, all this stuff is just waiting to release all their toxics when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing this stuff even / while we’re using them.

 

You know those fat old TVs that people are chucking for high-def flat screens? They each have about five pounds of lead in them. Lead as in lead poisoning.

 

So, almost all of this e-waste either goes from my garage to a landfill or get shipped overseas to the garage workshop of some guys / in Guiyu, China whose job is to recycle it.

 

I’ve visited a bunch of these so-called recycling operations. Workers, without protective gear, sit on the ground, smashing open electronics to recover the valuable metals inside / and chucking or burning the parts no one will pay them for. So, while I’m on to my next gadget, my last gadget is off poisoning families in Guiyu or India or Nigeria.

 

Each year, we make 25 million tons of e-waste which gets dumped, burned or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So, are the geniuses who design these electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so! Because the problems they’re creating are well hidden even from them.

 

You see the companies they work for keep these human and environmental costs out of sight and off their accounting books. It’s all about externalizing the truth costs of production.

 

Instead of / companies paying to make their facilities safe, the workers pay with their health. Instead of them paying to redesign using fewer toxics, villagers pay by losing their clean drinking water.

 

Externalizing costs allow companies to keep designing for the dump. They get the profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, it’s like we’re looking at this toxic mess and saying to companies “you made it, but we’ll deal with it. I’ve got a better idea. How about you made it, you deal with it?” Doesn’t that make more sense?




[Homework]【整理】2011-10-02&10-08 电子设备的故事 (2/3)

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IBM’s own data review that its workers making computer chips have 40 percent more miscarriages and more significantly more likely to die from blood, brain and kidney cancer. The same thing is certain to happen all around the world. It turns out the high tech industry isn’t as clean as its image. So after its toxicant trips around the globe, it lands on my hands. I love it for a year or so and then it starts drifting further from its place on my desk and my pocket. Maybe it’s been a little time in my garage before being tossed out. And that brings it to disposal which we think is the end of its life. But really it just moved on to become part of the moutains of the waste we make every year. Remember how these devices were packed with toxic chemicals, well there is the simple rule of production “toxics in, toxics out”. Computers, cell phones, tvs all these stuff is just waiting to release their toxicant when we throw them away. Some of them are slowly releasing the stuff even while we’re using them. You know these fat old tvs people used are checking for high deaf flats screens, they each have about five pounds of lead in them. Lead as in lead poisoning. So almost all of these e-waste either goes from my garage to a land fill or to get ship overseas to the garage works of some * China whose job is to recycling. I visited bunches of these so-called recycling operations. Workers with out protected gear sit on the ground smashing open the electronics through cover the valuable metals inside and chucking and burning the parts of normal pay them for. So I’m onto my next sketch, my last sketch is on poisoning families in * or India or Madurai. Each year we make 25 million tons of e-waste whch gets dumped, burnt or recycled. And most recycling is anything but green. So are the geniuses who design these electronics actually evil geniuses? I don’t think so. Because the problems they are creating are well heading and even from them. You see the companies they work for keep these human and environmental cost out of sight and off their counting books. It’s all about externalizing the true cost of production. Instead of company’s pay to make the facilities save, the workers pay with their health. Instead of their paying to resign using fewer toxics villagers pay by losing their clean drinking water. Externalizing costs allow companies to keep designing for the dump, they get the profits and everyone else pays. When we go along with it, it’s like we’re looking at this toxicant mass and things to companies, you made it, but we will deal with it. I have got a better idea. How about you made it, you deal with it. Doesn’t that make more sense?
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IBM own data reviews it's workers making computer chips have 40% more miscairages more significant more likely to die from brain kinney cancer.Same thing is starating to happen all around the world, it turns around that the High tech industry is not clean as it's imagie.So after it's toxic chip arould the globe,it lands in my hand.I loveed for year so,and it start to drifting further from it's place on my desk on my pocket.It is little time my garage before tossed out,and that brings to it's disposal.    Do we of the the end of  it's life,but really it just move on to become part of moutants of E wastes we make every year.Remember how these devices was packed with toxic chemicals, well there is a simple rule of production.Toxic in Toxic out computers cell phones all these staff is waiting to lease all the toxics when we throw them away.Some o f them are slowly releasing the staff even when we are using them, you know that old fat tv peaple are chucking for high flat screen.How about five pounds of lead ,lead is in lead poisoning ,so almost all these e mastes either goes to my garage to landfield or to owerseas to garage worker of guiyu china whose job is to recycle it .I visited abunch of these so called recycling operation sites,worker without protective gear siting on ground smashing open electronics to recover the valuble metals inside and chuck and buring the parts  no more pay them for.So on my next gadge,my last gadge is for poisoning families in guiyu or India or Nigeria.Each year we make 20 millions tons of e waste which  gets dumpted burned or recycled.Most recycling is anything but green,so the genises who design this electronics actrauly evil genesise?I don't think so ,because the problems they are creating are well hidden even from them. Is they work for keep this human and enviromental cost out of site and off the their accounting books.It's all about extranalising true cost of production,instead of company paying to make facilities safe to pay with their health,instead of paying to resign using few toxics ,villagers pay by losing their clean drinking water.Extranising allow companies to keep designing for dump they get the profit and every pay,wehn we go around with it it's likely we are looking at the toxic to companies you made it but we will deal with it,I 'v got better idea ,how about you made it ,you deal with it,dosn't it make more sense?
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IBM's own data reveal these workers making computer trip has 40% more misc*and was significantly more likely the die from blood/ brain and kidney cancer. the same thing is certainly happened all around the world, it is turns out the high-tech industrial isn't clean as its image .
So, after the toxic trip around the globe, it lends my hands,i love it for a year or so.and then it is starts to drafting *for the further place on my desk and on my pocket , maybe it is spend a little time on my garage before i am been tossed* out.
And that brings the truth of disposal which we think it is the end of life,but really it just moved on to become part of the mou* E ways we make every year.
Remember how these devices were packed with toxic chemicals? well, that is a simply rule of production. Toxics in, toxics out, computers/ cellphones/ TVs or these stuffs is just waiting to release the other toxics when we throwed them away. some of them are slowly releasing these stuff even while we using them,.you know these fat/ old TVs that people are checking* for high- deaf flat screens,they each have 5 pounds of lead in them, lead as a lead poisoning, so almost all these e-wastes either goes from my garage to a landfield, or get shipped overseas to the garage walks of some *the way in China, this job is to recycling .
i visited a bunch of these so-called recycling operations, workers with a type of this skill, sit on the ground ,smashing open this electronics through cover the valuable matters inside and trucking and burning the part are normal paid them for.
so i am on to my next schedule, my last schedule is  of poisoning families in where you or in India or Nigeria .Each year we make 25million tons of e-waste which gets dumped /burned and recycled ,and most recycling is anything but green. so the Guiness you designed is like a electronics actually, evil Guiness? i don't think so , because the problems their creating are well hidden and even for man.
you see the companies they work for keep this human environment cost out of say and off their accounting books, it is all about externalizing the true cost of production . instead of company's  pain to make the facilities safe,  the workers pay with their health .Instead of them pain to redesign use a few toxics , villages pay by losing the cleaning drinking water.
Externalizing cost allow companies to keep designing for the dump, they get the profits and everyone else pays.when we go along with it, it is likely you are looking at this toxic and M* companies , you made a real deal with it.
i have got a better ideal , how about you made it you deal with it ? doesn't that  make more sense?

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