— Bio —
Nnadir is a long term blogger whose writings involve making ascerbic comments on various kinds of papers in the primary scientific literature. His primary scientific interests involve nuclear energy, organic and inorganic environmental chemistry, the environmental chemistry of carbon dioxide, the environmental chemistry other acidic species, persistant organic pollutants, climate change, and the construction of closed energy waste product cycles, the origins of life and astrochemistry.
Professionally he is an executive in a chemical research firm.
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