Naturally Imperfect

Usually, I try not to use social media to personally insult another commoner. Famous people, maybe--their name or promise becomes more than the person who wakes up in the middle of the night to use the toilet and finds out there's no paper on the roll. But someone else like me, just grinding through their... Continue Reading →


Taking a Trip Through Love Canal: The Residuum

About 2.5 years ago, I heard Lois Gibbs speak. Her story, as a resident affected by the environmental disaster at Love Canal, NY, served as a touchstone for the work I do IRL—as an environmental scientist, a large part of what I do is contaminant remediation. As I mark five years of doing my best... Continue Reading →

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