said by slckusr:Aside from the 'Begging the Question' logical fallacy do you have any documented evidence to support your assertion?
Its your choice. But plastic is very obviously porous, it would only make sense that during the heating process the chemicals breakdown somewhat. Would you eat food out of a baked plastic container? Just a different change in the chemicals.
For example BPA requires no heat to release into its plastic containers contents, wouldnt super exciting those molecules cause a faster more efficient release of the stuff? (i.e. microwaving a babies bottle)