I got to know Milloy because I needed to know him.
Most people in academic and professional science dealing in environmental research are bought and paid for.
I taught environmental law in the early 90s and realized that the EPA was a monstrous mistake and that they were funding junk science in human health effects.
That’s the beginning. Along the way I read what Milloy had written and was writing, along with others who were blowing the whistle.
But that’s the tale to be told in this:
My thanks for Milloy for his support of what I do.
We have written together some times–he is the cannon, I am the mini gun.
Thanks to Jane Orient MD for doing a nice job of editing my submission–a very nice job.