Medical Journal Article Calls EPA Human Experiments Illegal and Unethical

TUCSON, Ariz., Dec. 11, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to an article in the winter 2012 issue of the Journal of American Physicians
and Surgeons, research sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) violates “every law, regulation, and standard developed since World War II for the protection of human subjects.”

Subjects are placed in a chamber in which they breathe diesel exhaust emissions from trucks parked outside.

For more than 10 years, EPA has imposed regulations costing the economy billions of dollars, based on the claim that small particles (“PM2.5″) kill thousands, even hundreds of thousands of Americans every year. PM2.5, which consists of particles smaller in diameter than a human hair, is produced by natural and industrial processes, farming, fires, engine exhausts, industrial grinding and friction, even dust from the ground in the desert.

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson testified to Congress in the fall of 2011 that “particulate matter causes premature death. It doesn’t make you sick. It’s directly causal to dying sooner than you should.”

The American Tradition Institute has filed a lawsuit asking the Court to enjoin the experiments with this allegedly lethal agent. Complaints have also been filed with the North Carolina medical board concerning physicians conducting the experiments, report Steve Milloy, J.D., and John Dale Dunn, M.D., J.D., in the Journal article, and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine has announced an internal review.

In a declaration to the Court, EPA Clinical Studies Coordinator Martin W. Case asserted that he verbally informs human subjects in an ongoing trial that “there is the possibility you may die from this.”

“In addition to the shocking nature of this ‘warning,’ even if it were acceptable to risk the lives of human study subjects for the sake of science–and it’s not–such a warning would need to be in writing, according to federal regulations,” state Milloy and Dunn.

The alleged dangers of PM2.5 have been challenged. In another article in the same issue of the Journal, Jerome C. Arnett, M.D. reports on efforts to fire distinguished epidemiologist James Enstrom, who “exposed the truth about an activist scientific agenda…based on fraud.”

“The EPA is in a dilemma,” states Jane Orient, M.D., executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. “Either it has lied to Congress about the dangers of PM2.5, or it is deliberately exposing vulnerable human patients to substances it believes may kill them.”

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), a national organization representing physicians in all specialties founded in 1943, publishes the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.

Click for the Milloy/Dunn article.

16 responses to “Medical Journal Article Calls EPA Human Experiments Illegal and Unethical

  1. Excellent.

  2. There are plenty of ‘scientists’ for use as ‘subjects’,why use any other people.This would solve some issues!

  3. Same way EPA does second hand smoke “science”. They produce the bodies to justify government funding for solar and wind, and the “studies” about bodies for the patch and gum pushers. Solar and wind and pharma really love the EPA for their assistance in marketing.
    I guess if these products were able to sell themselves, these companies wouldn’t have to buy our NIH, our elected officials, the EPA, or our media, to promote this garbage.

    • One concern of mine is the particles resulting from SOLAR WIND,solar smog.The N14 turns to C14,and other particles.I am looking at data from levels of C14 varying with this reaction altering the dates of artifacts.There are pollutants that are not manmade

      • With all the attention on particles,some absorb radiation,and other benificial properties,but they are villianised,chem trails come to mind,trace elements good for plants.I just think it is neat,absorb,concentrate,let rain wash away,simple,but can’t say that canI

      • Dr. Isaac Asimov wrote in “At Closest Range” (1974) that the Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) known as Carbon-14 is the most potent carcinogen. Other carcinogens only haphazardly attack the DNA of living cells. The body’s own chemistry concentrates carbon-14 into DNA. Only 12% of the atoms in the human body are carbon, but about 30% of the atoms in DNA are carbon.
        When other radioactive atoms (such as the NORM potassium-40) decay there is a very small chance that the radiation produced will damage a DNA molecule, resulting in a DNA alteration that could prove pre-cancerous. [DNA alteration is the only known commonality to all cancers.] When a carbon-14 atom that has been built into a DNA molecule decays, it is *certain* that the DNA will be damaged. The difference is like the difference between a random gunshot some distance away from you versus having a grenade go off in your pocket.

  4. Face it, our overlords are just nazi scum.

  5. Great article!

  6. Hopefully this article will give this issue wider exposure. That the MSM has not jumped all over this is perplexing to say the least.

  7. Pravda will bury this story of course.

  8. Show us a human casualty.

    • Jim, to save you the reason, they PARADED AROUND the first person to have a heart flutter. The evidence is quite clear that particulate matter is not the great killer.

      The real story is in the lie to Congress. The lie to us.

      Skip to 4:50-5:20.

    • To elaborate, this is deliberately sticking the EPA in a catch 22. The administration will

      A: be found guilty of medical crimes of the worst sort, which will certainly involve revoking the licenses of all involved, bringing a lot of scrutiny into their science, which will lighten up the burden for all of us.

      B: be found not guilty because the patients were in no real harm (actually not, since their safety relied on an active blower not failing, but I disgress). This will bring the EPA under even more scrutiny because to argue this, they have to admit to perjury before Congress

      C: The best case scenario. The court will find the EPA officers guilty of medical testing law violations (which they are), and this undercuts the science anyway.

      The science is so bad that it’s embarrassing. Every single person I have ever shown that video two has responded with some reference to bovine excrement. These “studies” aren’t worth the paper they are written on. All we need is just a little bit of public scrutiny and the house of cards will fall.

  9. Everything is dangerous to the uninformed,these conspiracies would be laughable if not for the education cuts from 1970 till now.Most countries don’t bother with standards,the American agenda has been to cause equality among peoples..Time to grow a generation enlightened with a world class educational system,based on performance,this humanistic stuff ends badly,doesn’t it,we tried now back to our old beliefs of how to become exception peoples.Did anyone bother to read about VAVVAKUM,or NASA SCIENCE pages or any great educational sites? To my surprise,I am getting thousands of dollars worth of knowledge,to improve my life and those around me.At sixty I am happy as a bird!!!!!!

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