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Author Archives: Steve Milloy
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Morton Satin wants you to eat your vegetables. He wants you to consume broccoli, carrots, cabbage – all the good-for-you greens, reds and yellows out there. But most importantly, he wants you to enjoy them so you will eat them every day. And that means you must add salt. Bring that salt shaker out of hiding and start enjoying your food again, is Satin’s advice.
Who is this maverick whose concepts on salt fly in the face of years of advice handed out by most all public health institutions? Continue reading
UK Paper: ‘Saving planet… will take man-on-the-moon commitment’ — But at least then we understood the physics!
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WaPo sweats SCOTUS review of EPA authority over coal power plants — ‘pro-EPA outcome is far from guaranteed’
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Senate GOP offers ‘The Top Ten Reasons The Government Shutdown Isn’t All Bad’ — Most involve EPA, environment
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Climatologist Drama Queens: Government shutdown claimed to cause ‘irreversible damage’ to ‘decades of scientific research’
Hard to believe taxpayers have given $350 million to these whiners to do nonsense research that returns zero to taxpayers. Continue reading
Dishonest: EPA chief says Obama climate plan not threatened by SCOTUS review of EPA authority over coal plants
About today’s Supreme Court decision to hear whether EPA can regulate stationary sources of CO2 (like power plants), Reuters reports: Continue reading
Sen. Malarkey claims shutdown prevents public from discussing EPA coal rules — But EPA propaganda tour ≠ discussion
BTW Ed, the EPA meetings are pro forma — i.e., designed to meet a coming court challenges to the rules, not to allow the public to weigh in. Continue reading
Sea Hysteria Run: Global warming to undermine oceans by 2100 — ‘ Truly scary to consider how vast these impacts will be’
The media release is below. Continue reading
Antarctic researchers whine about shutdown — But what do taxpayers get out of nonsense research anyway?
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EU plan for Warsaw climate talks built on lie: EU hasn’t reduced emissions — it’s outsourced them to Asia
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Here’s Justice Alito’s financial disclosure form — what’s the conflict with his participating in EPA CO2 rule case?
Though the Supreme Court announced it will rule whether EPA greenhouse gas authority extends to stationary sources (like coal power plants), Justice Alito recused himself from the process deciding whether to take the case. Continue reading
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