Click the image below to see tonight NBC Nightly News story (and keep your eyes peeled for an upcoming CBS Evening News piece as well). As usual, we are very busy behind the scenes—well, no, that’s not entirely right… we’re actually a wee bit busier than usual (that’s why we’ve been soooo quiet on our blog recently… […]
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This is a photo I took at Llewellyn School (Portland, Oregon – Sellwood Neighborhood) in November of 2009 of a water filter under a drinking fountain. The replacement date on the filter was August 7, 2006 – more than three years expired. At the time, I sent this photo to the school district (and cc’d […]
Would you use a pair of binoculars to accurately count all the stars in our galaxy? How about using a magnifying glass to look for a virus? No. You’d select a telescope for the first task and a high powered microscope for the second. You’d use those binoculars to spot birds on a nature hike. In any measuring task – especially […]
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Another article referencing Multnomah County Health Departments’s apparent efforts to spin/deflect blame and re-direct attention AWAY from the system-wide lead hazards in the Portland Public Schools (hazards both in the form of both contaminated water delivery systems and deteriorating legacy lead paint). Note: we’re not placing the blame on the journalists on these issues, we are […]