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Clean water and food largely due to Phosphorus, a dwindling resource

As much as I love food and water, I didn’t realize how much is due to phosphorus, a naturally occurring chemical compound “formed millions of years ago from old coral reefs and sedimentary deposits.” This chemical is important for our … Continue reading

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Going Green Fail

While Cracked isn’t the most reliable news source, it is quite funny. And, as you’ve probably noticed, the majority of my posts have some bit of comedy in them. esyringe has been incorporating more green policies as much as possible … Continue reading

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Marketing and Science

A very interesting commercial came to my attention. It’s from BASF, a company that has made an interesting point about chemicals. Take a look: The company presents the idea that they are helping the community in many ways, several unknown … Continue reading

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Ultrasounds and Clothing

Several ideas have coalesced in my mind recently. If they don’t make sense to you… well, that’s too bad because they’re very interesting. Patagonia has consistently promised that they are environmentally friendly, and I am not about to argue that. … Continue reading

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Green Movement

And yes, I do mean that kind of green. Many companies, universities, and individuals are trying to be ‘green’ and sustainable. Well, so is esyringe. What this means is using florescent lighting, using paperless methods such as emailing invoices rather … Continue reading

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