Category Archives: Ozone (Ground-level)

Two EPA-conducted clinical studies report no ill-effects from high exposures to ozone

What if you exposed humans to 300 parts per billion of ozone, while exercising or under heat stress, and nothing happened to them? Continue reading

Ambient air pollution effects–why I have never seen an air pollution death in 44 years of practice

Dave, a frequent and insightful commenter asked for a clarification.

The question centers on my statement that ambient air pollution doesn’t cause disease, death or asthma. I can also say that in 44 years of medical practice I have yet to see a death from small particle air pollution or ozone as the EPA asserts is common, in fact a major impact on American’s health, producing hundreds of thousands of deaths every year.

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Indoor air pollution, outdoor air pollution–junk science abounds

I am amazed at the people who commented negatively when I said Matt Ridley has no basis for his claim that 4 million people around the world die every year from indoor air pollution. Continue reading

Stan Young waxes eloquent on matters of warming and air polluton

Stan Young is a very erudite and insightful analyst.

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So consider whether you trust the EPA on its claims about Ozone.

They make it sound so serious and scientific. They say the new ozone standard will prevent 335 lost school days and prevent 32,000 asthma attacks, 750 deaths–that’s nonsense.
Ozone doesn’t cause asthma or kill anyone, anytime, anyplace in America.

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Another EPA Dirty Secret: Agency’s hushed-up human experiments debunk ozone health claims

EPA has proposed to tighten its standards for ozone in outdoor air. However, ozone in outdoor air, especially at current levels, doesn’t hurt anyone and the EPA knows it… but EPA doesn’t want you to know it. Here is a short exposé based on EPA documents obtained via the Freedom of Information Act. Continue reading

Ozone regs never make sense–but they cost a bunch

Report on the cost of ozone regs–this round. Previous rounds were expensive too.

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