I was recently on a Zoom call conversation with a few other people to talk about methane. I did most of the talking during this conversation. That call was also recorded for one other person who wasn’t able to attend. … Continue reading The Methane Chronicles: Plus why you can’t discuss methane without discussing hydroxyl radicals
This past spring in Santa Barbara, California, I had the opportunity to listen to and meet Dr. Chris Palmer at the 2022 Metabolic Health Summit. Palmer is currently the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean … Continue reading It’s the mitochondria, stupid !
“Part of living is killing. I don’t care if you eat vegan or you eat meat, you are responsible for death. I would argue that if you’re vegan, you are responsible for way more death than if you eat a … Continue reading Life and death from the soil food web on up
Deforestation is too often reduced to what’s most conspicuous. But deforestation is complex and a lot more than raising beef cattle or growing soybeans. To begin with, despite all the biodiversity especially of plant life, rain forest soil isn’t very … Continue reading The Deforestation Process
This column and the prior one are a bit different than my more scientifically oriented blog entries.In general, I try to steer away from politics and sociological issues with this website. I post those types of thoughts elsewhere. But, at … Continue reading Regen-a-nation