Rachael Carson Environmental Revolution

Rachel Carson thrill is a writing on the resilience and strength of the natural systems. Her books The Edge of the Sea, Under the Sea Wind, Silent Spring, and The Sea Around Us, that remained New in the York Times' best-seller list for a record of 86 weeks, remained hymns to every living thing and nature interconnectedness. Carson developed an intricate line between a scientist and a literature writer. For example, he never adopted many scientific terms, such as ecological in her writing. She developed a web-like poetic language that webbed seabirds, mollusks and fishes.

DDT is considered the most powerful pesticide ever manufactured. It is the only chemical that exposes nature's vulnerability within a short period of time. Unlike most pesticides, whose function are specific to a number of insects, DDT can wipe an entire field with different pesticide on one spray. While it was developed in 1939, its first application was during World War II (1945) when it was used to clear Sou...