The Perception Of Science!

Americans have the utmost respect and admiration for science. Unfortunately, most Americans don’t have enough education, training, and experience in science to know whether or not something they read or see is valid science or not. For most Americans scientists are perceived only as college professors, wealthy media personalities, and government officials. Do you know what the following famous scientists all had in common?   Galileo, Darwin, Faraday, Joule, Edison,…

Pure Water Versus Passive Water

Consumers strive to drink pure water. Filter manufacturers frequently hint at making pure water. Bottled water companies entice customers with talk of pure water. Who among us is not familiar with the beer company who brags about pure mountain spring water? For sure, speak the “pure water” people will pay attention. The problem however, is that pure water is not something available to the average person to drink, and for…

Memphis Must Focus on Water!

This post, while regionally focused should cause everyone to think about about how their own communities address their water. In both this blog, and in my upcoming book “Safe Water For Everyone” I address the critical need for America to develop a National Water Plan. We are faced with contamination, shortages, drought, and aging infrastructure as a nation and as individual communities. There has never been a more critical time…