Part 2: NAS President to JunkScience — Drop dead

Two more e-mails this morning from NAS President Marcia McNutt — one walking back the “drop dead’ message followed by a reiteration of it. And of course, my response.

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NAS President to JunkScience: Drop dead

And here’s JunkScience.com’s response to National Academy of Sciences President Marcia McNutt’s next-day denial of JunkScience’s request for an investigation into the EPA-corrupted NAS review of EPA’s illegal human experiments.

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Trump budget would kill EPA science program born in NIH-adjudicated scientific misconduct

The New York Times weeps this morning for the NINE jobs in EPA’s endocrine disruption program that President Trump has put on the chopping block. JunkScience.com readers will recall the fraudulent origin of these jobs.

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JunkScience asks National Academy of Sciences to investigate corruption of EPA human experiments review

NAS President Marcia McNutt… the ball is now in your court.

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Epidemiologist accuses prominent EPA-funded researchers of ‘deliberate misrepresentation’ on key air pollution studies

Retired (but still active) UCLA epidemiologist Jim Enstrom challenges the notorious C. Arden Pope III and Dan Krewski to be honest.

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The EPA Lied — Nobody Died

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.

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