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Monthly Archives: March 2014

As usual, Ben Franklin had it largely right with his sage advice: “Waste not, want not.” Take phosphorus, for instance. It’s a ubiquitous and much-needed mineral.  Along with carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen, it’s one of the fundamental building blocks of life.  Phosphorus atoms are essential to every molecule of DNA, RNA and ATP — all fundamental cellular components of every living organism on the planet.  Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen are ubiquitous… Read More

Where were you when you first heard about Freedom Industry’s contamination of the Elk River and the 300,000 people who depend on it for daily water? I remember it well: I was driving east on I-94 toward Milwaukee, returning from an afternoon meeting. It caught my attention because my mother’s roots are in Charleston, W.V., and our family has a long, loved history with the Elk. I was even more stunned later… Read More