My Christmas Wishes For Our Water

This past year or so I have witnessed what I consider to be inexcusable abuses of the world’s water. Incompetence in Flint, Michigan that lead to horrific health consequences. Equally horrific has been the passing of the buck on blame, sweeping the real issues under the carpet, and a shamefully inadequate response to fixing the solution. The EPA dumping chrome waste into the Animus River/Colorado River. Up in Canada, Nestle…

Water And Faith In God

I make no secret that I am a Christian, but I promise you, I am not writing to preach to you. Instead whether you are a believer or not, I think it is interesting that the Bible has many mentions of water. Even before modern man started writing about water, the scribes of the Bible, quoting Jesus, foretold of it’s importance in those ancient times. This first quote blesses those…

The Cost of Being Environmentally “Responsible”

In chemistry lab work the student gets to see first-hand how the science of life really works. He learns that every reaction must be balanced, that is to say that at the end of every chemical process there are three entities to consider; The spent products of the reaction Enthalpy, or the amount of energy, heat, given off or consumed in the reaction The end product In the college lab…