DDT eliminated the Aedes mosquitos from Brazil and Argentina.
We’re not alone.
Allied soldiers liberally sprayed survivors to stop the spread of deadly typhus.
From the Altoona Tribune (Altoona, PA), September 26, 1929.
If this were true, vaccines wouldn’t have worked in the 1950s and 1960s.
by J. Gordon Edwards and Steven Milloy July 26, 1999, JunkScience.com Recommended Reading by the New York Times
The AP reports:
Oh… Moonbat… DDT only ever hurt the disease-bearing lice and mosquitos…. Silent Spring is total… what’s the proper word for you… oh, yes… rubbish.
William Ruckelshaus’ anti-science DDT ban helped lead to the deaths of tens of millions in Africa — now he wants to do the same via energy bans.
Georgia Congressman Paul Broun writes to NIH director Francis Collins:
Premium Times reports:
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Read “100 Things You Should Know About DDT”.
Maybe EPA will ban the wind farm? Where’s Bill Ruckelshaus?
In poor Granadians, decades after the pesticide was banned?
“The overuse should have been limited, but the ban that led to millions of human deaths should not be a source of pride.”
Don Pagath doesn’t know that.
Unless hunters were blasting whooping cranes with DDT shotgun shells…
More reveling in tragic ignorance.
Mercury is demonized to defend EPA’s expensive anti-coal power plant rules.
“Malaria has killed more people over the centuries than all other diseases combined. Why is that so hard to get?”
Does Al Gore like hotel room “massages”
This study links trace levels of DDT with credibility deficiency.
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Thus begins the DDT-ification of coal-fired power plants.
The brown pelican was not endangered by DDT.
And how does it know that?
Kudos to Wayne Michaelchuck (Gibbstown, NJ) for this terrific letter-to-the-editor of the Gloucester County Times.
… no matter how many times the myth is repeated.
Thanks to Florida journalist Charles Sobczak for the opportunity to debunk another DDT myth.
“We really need to get this. The green movement is irrational and misanthropic.”
Dr. William Hornaday of the New York Zoological Society referred to [peregrine falcons] as birds that “deserve death, but are so rare that we need not take them into account” — in 1913.
DDT hasn’t been used in developing countries for decades. Now it causes lung infections?
Have bald eagles in the Northwest been eating less Ben & Jerry’s?
Killing an eagle can put you in jail for a year and cost $5,000, under federal law. But killing hundreds of eagles in the name of saving the planet earns you taxpayer subsidies?
Is it time to bring back JunkScience.com’s DDTees?