Sorry I didn't mean to be picky. I've worked so long in the electronics industry where our chips are made out of silicon, and the TV news keeps mistaking silicon for silicone, thinking that "Silicon Valley" (area near SF) was responsible for silicone. Silicone is a synthetic rubbery compound made from silicon with CHO (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen) and used for sealants, adhesives, lubricants, medical applications and cookware. The cookware application is founded on some of them with very good heat resistive characteristics and AFAIK they are all non-stick.
Silicones are also used for breast augmentation.
Thus the mistaken term "Silicone Valley" which IMO better applies to my own San Fernando Valley (NW suburb of L.A.) where X-rated movies were popularized in the '60s because we were just close enough to be convenient for Hollywood workers--we're just 20 miles NW--yet far enough away that we could be distanced and disclaimed. We have thousands, maybe 10K suburban homes where photo lights could be set up and the iffy films shot. That's why the SFV remains as the nation's capital of X-rated films.
Close enough to Hollywood to be convenient, far enough away to be denied.