Explain briefly the ‘rivet popper hypothesis’ of Paul Ehrlich.
Explain briefly the ‘rivet popper hypothesis’ of Paul Ehrlich.

The Rivet popper hypothesis is a description of the threat to animals and plants. Paul Ehrlich thought that the aircraft was called an ecosystem and parts of aero aircraft referred to local species.

When everyone takes these rivets (types) to their homes it may lead to the onset of aircraft safety (ecosystem operation) and if it continues to remove many rivets the aircraft becomes dangerously vulnerable over time. The plane will soon get into serious trouble.

As a result, the plane will never be able to fly i.e. the main species will also reach a certain level.