The EPA human experiments controversy is now over. As between choosing whether EPA committed multiple felonies vs. lying to the Congress/public about PM2.5 killing people, the National Academy of Sciences has chosen the “lying’ option. Total victory achieved.
Even playing by the rules of junk science, C. Arden Pope III’s infamous 1995 PM2.5 study holds no water.
The National Academy of Sciences was hired by the EPA to whitewash the agency’s program of illegal human experiments. And it did. But in doing so it vindicated the basic point about EPA — the agency lied to the public about the alleged dangers of PM2.5. Here is my detailed takedown of the infamy.
Just in: the National Academy of Sciences’ (attempted secret) whitewash of EPA’s illegal human experiments.
The March 23-24, 2017 Heartland Institute conference (12th International Conference on Climate Change) panel on climate and human health effects (Dr. John Dunn, Dr. Jim Enstrom and Steve Milloy) begins at about 8:00 into the video. Milloy’s presentation is at about 8:35.
New in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology from JunkScience.com friend Stan Young.
Elections apparently really do have consequences.
Both inspired by the work of JunkScience.com (as told in “Scare Pollution“).
Like shooting fish in a barrel. A new study claims about 1-in-5 preterm births is caused by PM2.5. My analysis shows that not one preterm birth, let alone 1-in-5, can be credibly linked with PM2.5.
As reported by Bloomberg, it’s that damn Milloy guy again… debunking EPA claims with the all-important California PM2.5 data set.