About Nitrogen

Nitrogen (represented as “N” on the periodic table) is by no means a flashy element. indeed, one could very easily argue that it is incredibly easy to overlook. it has neither the mass, electron number, volatility, Noble status, or undeniably catchy name as its friends Cesium, Krypton, Xenon, Rutherfordium, or Zinc. 

And yet, it is verifiably everywhere.

Nitrogen exists in a wide array of forms; most notably it makes up close to 80% of the air around you right now.* it may be colorless, odorless, and harmless, but it bonds well with many other elements and it knows its friends.

Perhaps, then, Nitrogen has simply been waiting for its moment. hiding in plain sight waiting for the chance to make itself known the world. to tell the Story it has been sculpting for years upon years. 

it has decided that moment is now.

 

*unless you are reading this on Mars or Venus, in which case we are honored that you have become so bored with your interplanetary expedition in the year 2067 that you have chosen to revisit the website of this has-been Milwaukee band.