New smoking study debunks PM2.5 scare

The new study shows that thousands of years of ambient PM2.5 exposure has no effect on life expectancy.

Read about the smoking study at the Washington Post.

Read Steve Milloy’s explanation for how smoking entirely debunks EPA’s PM2.5 hysteria.

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  1. “The new study shows that thousands of years of ambient PM2.5 exposure has no effect on life expectancy.”

    No surprise there. Since the unstated goal is population Control, this should be the primary effect everyone should anticipate – along with squandering billions more tax dollars to effect more of the same, of course.

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