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It’s now just two years since the Deepwater Horizon incident. Many people seem to forget it. After all, we see the smiling faces of the folks from the tourist industry in Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Louisiana on those TV commercials, … Continue reading
Look on the right. You see that man? That’s Tony Hayward, CEO of BP. Does he look happy? No, he’s not happy. Does he look comfortable? I don’t think so. He’s being grilled by the US Congress. One of the … Continue reading
First, a science lesson. We’ve heard that oil and water don’t mix. Why not? From the Argonne National Laboratory: Water molecules have strong bonds with one another, called “hydrogen bonds.” This consists of an extraordinarily strong attraction that the hydrogens … Continue reading
“A Workaround is a solution to an unanticipated problem. Not to be confused with a contingency, or backup plan, which is conceived in advance, a workaround is a far less elegant solution to the problem. Typically, a workaround is not … Continue reading