The good Lord Monckton has explained his actions in detail over on
There are times I wonder why I bother reading my dear city’s newspaper. Then I get one of these articles.
Don’t be fooled by the title, the guy has real science in there.
One woman in Houston is.
From the Chronicle
I belive the Title says it all. Fortunately, all this will do is protect Nationwide from frivolous lawsuits. Even if there was damage from fracking, any coverage would be provided by the party who caused the problem. This is meaningless hype. Continue reading
The EPA is seeking to lower the annual PM 2.5 permit standard to 12-13 ppm and is accepting comments until August 31st.
I have not had a chance to read the entire 167 page tome, but they do not seem to have mentioned our favorite study (Case report: Supraventricular Arrhythmia Following Exposure to Concentrated Ambient Air Pollution Particles) anywhere. Perhaps Milloy’s persistence did have some benefit after all.