Well, not really.
As long as I’ve been involved in federal regulatory issues (since 1990), regulators have used junk epidemiology to justify overregulation. For the first time ever, we have an administration that is committed to stopping overregulation. So JunkScience.com petitioned the Trump administration today to stop the misuse and abuse of epidemiology by issuing epidemiologic standards for federal agencies.
Dr. Howard Bauchner, you lied to me. No worries. though. You just confirmed that I am correct about PM2.5 and that the EPA-Harvard-NEJM-JAMA PM2.5 cabal is engaged in major science fraud.
New York Times hack Eric Lipton tries to save the rentseekers and rogue EPA staffers on the losing end of the glider truck controversy. But my Wall Street Journal column already revealed the inconvenient truth about the conspiracy against gliders.
“If big government money was taken out of this toxic mix producing bad research, there would be no small association results used to project hundreds of thousands of deaths in America.”
Because satellites can really detect a 1 millimeter per decade increase in global sea-level.
From February 6, 1968, note the New York Times article does not even allude to health effects.
Should EPA employees really be employed to “fight” budget cuts ordered by the President?
Does an e-mail obtained by JunkScience.com reveal an attempted bribe (is there another word?) to EPA employees for helping Harvard get a lucrative Kuwaiti contract?