Note from Fred, Brother in Law, Trucking company exec, interested in my battle with the EPA and the CARB on small particulates for many years.
Category Archives: Methodology
So let’s talk a little about the physical sciences and FORCINGS.
I have done this so often before. It is about how the EPA perverts epidemiology.
I can’t believe the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH) sometimes.
Jeff Jacoby writes for the Boston Globe and he is a conservative.
Imagine being a conservative columnist for a NYT owned Boston newspaper. And Jacoby is not a fake conservative like the NYT David Brooks.
Here Jacoby talks about his 20 year life as a writer of opinions. He relates the nature of putting an opinion on paper and the responses he gets.
I found his approach or attitude to be similar to mine.
I offer opinions based on experience, education and scholarship and what I adopted as a philosophy of life.
We may start off as tabula rasa, but when we write as adults, not so. When we express opinions we tell our story and reveal ourselves and we hope to inform and influence our readers. Worth while–humans are social creatures.
I admire VDH for his writing and always have.
We talked once last week about the Lancet problem–they have a Chemophobia problem.
So another big study comes up with a Relative Risk of miniscule size for exposure to air pollution.
A commentary that is very good from the ACSH people.
Charles Battig MD is a distinguished anesthesiologist and electrical engineer.
I have expressed my disappointment with business, industry legal attempts to push back on EPA overreach.
You might ask, well waddauthink about the State Attorneys General? Sorry to say–not much.
The book review on scientific blunders by Freeman Dyson reminded me, some of you may not know of Freeman Dyson, our giant friend in the war on climate against the Warmers.
Freeman Dyson, genius physicist from Princeton wrote a book review.
Dr. Krauthammer is a psychiatrist, which gives him an advantage when discussing mass movements and True Believer junk science.
This is Viv Forbes, who is pretty damn good, talking about extreme weather events crusade of the Green fanatics.
And I have something really good to add to that.
I am sometimes an expert in medical situations where standard of care is the issue. I can always find out what the standard should be, by reviewing the reliable literature.