The language the author uses may be a little difficult for some individuals keen on knowing about the article. An example is when she uses terms such as phthalates and bisphenol A (BPA) to identify some of the endocrine disruptors affecting humans. The general public may find it a daunting task to fully comprehend the meaning of such words. They may, therefore, tend to lose interest if they are consistent throughout the piece. General readers need a language they are familiar with, and one they can identify. However, her incorporation of humour in certain parts of the article makes it a pleasant read. The article, though citing reviewed publications, may not be termed as formal. The beginning of the article relays a conversation she was having with a sales-person. It is an intriguing conversation as she makes the reader aware of what she is aiming to achieve. The tone of the article takes many forms. At one point, it may seem satirical when the author incorporates humour in her reasons not to purchase items from a sales-person (McGrath 1). In another point, she is keen on putting the government to task for not participating in the protection of its citizens. She indicates that a lot of capital is spent on twisting the government’s arm by allowing products in the market, which may have adverse effects on humans. Capital is also spent on bogus research and studies to bring out the best in multinational corporations that manufacture these products so that individuals may believe them to be true. The writer’s main purpose for this article is to expose the truth about most of the things affecting the world through manufactured products.
As a contributor to some of the leading magazines in the world, the writer’s information is credible. This is through the incorporation of other research findings into her article (McGrath 3). The well-researched topics promote a culture of belief among readers, and may increase the likelihood of grabbing the reader’s attention. The title may have a lot to tell about the content of the article, “Pandora’s Own Water Bottle.” Almost every person knows about Pandora’s Box, and what it entails. It is something that has everyone curious, but it becomes dangerous once the contents are revealed. This grabs the reader’s attention, making him/her want to know more about the content of the article.
The main point made through the thesis is the connection many of the things people have with products they come across, and how they affect their normal body functions. These range from. water bottles, to raincoats, and soap and moisturizers. How the biological functions react to these chemicals is what the author tries to bring out. Her claim is supported by evidence in the form of research by scientists on marine life. Details from individuals also prove her claims. Male trout were developing female characteristics, which came in the form of hormones only found in female fish. In her sources, there is a quote from sport fishermen who found fish they could not quite identify, “