Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Book Review

From someone who obviously didn't read the book:

"Ohio-based newspaper reporter and radio news director Lyons tells the story of the manufactured chemical known commercially as Teflon, and its detection in the water supplies 12 states so far. The chemistry and toxicology, the government investigation, the reaction by the DuPont company that makes the stuff, popular movements, law suits, and similar cases are all part of the story." —SciTech Book News, June 2007

Please note: Nothing in the first sentence (past my last name) is true. But, I have no problem with the last sentence.

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