Category Archives: Ozone (Ground-level)
Steve Goreham is a wonderful and effective writer, a great ally in this battle and friend.
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
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.
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 is a very erudite and insightful analyst.