A memo prepared by the University of Washington’s Alison Cullen for the upcoming EPA Science Advisory Board meeting exposes the plot.
Brilliant investigative work from Dr. Stan Young and colleagues.
The combination of the Washington Post printing an op-ed by a conservative economist supporting the Scott Pruitt-led EPA’s science transparency initiative, which then becomes an EPA media release… well, that just doesn’t happen every day!
Thirdhand smoke is dangerous… in your Uber car or in a classroom where someone smoked 30 years ago?
From the May 9, 1943 edition, the New York Times defuses a new claim that declining soil fertility is causing all sorts of human health problems by pointing out that chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease are primarily diseases associated with aging — which is what wealthy and healthy populations in developed countries tend to do.
I’ve always suspected that Stanford University professor John Ioannidis was only posing as a science reformer. His commentary in PLoS against the EPA science transparency rulemaking validates that.
Now finally available in PDF format, here is my 1994 report on science policy that the Clinton Administration tried to suppress. You can use it to comment on the just proposed EPA science transparency rule.
Despite support from President Trump and EPA chief Scott Pruitt, Tommy Fitzgerald’s incredible American success story runs into a Chinese wall.
Get your comments to EPA before May 30, 2018.
In the “Today’s Debate” section of USA Today, I take the opposite view of the USA Today editors.
With the aid of the University of Washington’s Joel D. Kaufman (an EPA-funded human experimenter),Popular Science attempts a hatchet job on the Trump EPA’s plan to ban secret science. Here are my in-line comments.