Sunday Zoom Service – A UU Looks at the Invention of Nylon: Not as Smooth as You Might Think.

On this day in 1935, the scientific team of Wallace Carothers invented a new polymer substance. Years later, Dupont would call the substance “nylon,” and less than one hundred years later the substance is found throughout our homes, schools and businesses. What are the implications of an invention like this one? Come join Diane Wright as we reflect on the ways in which problems are sometimes created by the solutions to previous problems. Service Leader: Cynthia Kelley.