So testing diesel exhaust on humans is only a problem for carmakers but not US EPA?
Steve Milloy’s talk on PM2.5 and EPA’s illegal human testing at the 2017 Doctors for Disaster Preparedness meeting.
The Obama holdovers at EPA continue to channel this infamous human experimenter.
NIEHS/NTP chief Linda Birnbaum comes out to play again with JunkScience.com.
A revealing e-mail exchange involving Linda Birnbaum, the director of the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences and National Toxicology Program.
Yes, I’m old enough to remember when Clinton EPA chief Carol Browner condemned human experiments that were being used to support the continued sale of the insecticide chlorpyrifos.
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.
Elections apparently really do have consequences.
The election of Donald Trump seems to have sent some sort of shock wave through EPA’s Office of Inspector General in the saga over EPA’s illegal human experiments.
It seems EPA has not yet responded to the allegations we made at the August 24, 2016 National Academy of Sciences public meeting on EPA’s illegal human experiments.
EPA announced the following enforcement action against engine manufacturer Detroit Diesel Corp. today: