PFAS chemicals are characterized by a carbon-fluorine backbone (the “F-C” in “forever chemicals”) – the carbon-fluorine bond is one of the strongest bonds in organic chemistry.
The incredible complexity of our global ecosystem … at so many levels …
Well, then there’s “
better living through chemistry” … the plastic ocean, plastic in our food chain, and PFAS in our tap water (and blood).
Here’s one of many articles in the news cycle this week prompted by a recent study from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) – which “analyzed water collected from over 700 taps and kitchen faucets in homes, offices and schools across the country.”
Continue reading The future of forever chemistry
we are suddenly
one that needs care. germinating in a culture, located within a history, of lives living midstream, even as we do Continue reading midstream – even as we do
A titan’s quest
years from now, after all,
will we aptly recall throughout many seasons the road of our reasons which pushed electric cars and pilgrimage to Mars?