Here’s our recommendation — NOTHING. Also note that the EPA is (unfortunately) NOT seeking comment on whether the endangerment finding should be reconsidered. Here’s another recommendation — TELL EPA TO START THE PROCESS FOR RECONSIDERING THE ENDANGERMENT FINDING, ANYWAY. Click for the document.
Lazy or lyin’ researchers and the WaPo’s Chris Mooney get it wrong (again).
What Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray had to say with respect to Obama’s war-on-coal in comments on the Trump EPA’s proposed repeal of the Obama’s EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Below is how Murray summarized the cost to industry. It does not begin to reckon the cost of lost jobs to miners, their families and communities.
Read Murray’s full comment here.
File your comments on the proposed repeal of the CPP here. Deadline is January 16, 2018.
ExxonMobil management is destroying a great company and helping greens to destroy America. To borrow from William F. Buckley, Jr., JunkScience.com is “standing athwart history, yelling ‘STOP,’ at a time when no one is inclined to do so, or to have much patience with those who so urge it.” Here is my shareholder proposal for ExxonMobil’s 2018 annual meeting.
Climate hysteria’s extreme weather hypothesis is tested for tornadoes. Fail.
EPA claims blue-sky air kills 570,000 Americas per year. Below is a snapshot of recent air quality in India from today’s New York Times. The accompanying article fails to report that this filthy air caused any deaths. So what does that say about EPA’s claim?
The New England Journal of Medicine has sacrificed its reputation on the altar of junk science-fueled totalitarianism.
Despite my acclaimed and factually unchallenged presentation (even most opponents conceded my points), Exxon, Pfizer, UPS and the electric utilities (represented by the Edison Electric Institute) sabotaged (via blackmail) the Heartland Institute’s effort at the American Legislative Exchange Council this week to pass a resolution urging EPA to reconsider its Obama-era finding that CO2 (plant food) threatens the public welfare.
Sen. Barrasso responded by calling the comment of horse’s ass Sen. Whitehouse, ‘disturbing, demeaning, and dehumanizing.’
Hey, Dr. Helen Suh of Tufts University — or anyone else. Shut me up. I’m askin’ for it. Just be specific.
Wonder how many researchers can get away with publicly attacking the President and get a federal grant at the same time?
From Brigham Young University epidemiology fraudster C. Arden ‘Blue-Sky-Air-Is-More-Dangerous-Than-Smoking’ Pope, III.