More on the SCOTUS put down of EPA

I am not happy because the SCOTUS is still reluctant to question the EPA junk epidemiology and toxicology claims.

They are still ignoring the EPA sponsorship of human exposure research that involves exposures that the EPA says are lethal, toxic and cause cancer.

What can you say when a Federal agency promoted unethical and illegal research?

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John Graham summarizes the mess of bamstercare

It’s all right here, the lies, the deceptions the media
malpractice.

John Graham, Healthcare Policy expert at National Center for Policy Analysis provides in depth exposure.

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Popular Science isn’t biting on claims about sugar

I liked Popular Science even when I was a kid–they had a great car reviewer–Tom Cahill, who got to drive the cooolest cars.
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Intermittent grid storage

Bob Greene:

An excellent review. It shows why the most practical variable renewable electricity backup is a fossil fuel spinning reserve and why the real costs of solar and wind will be a lot higher than advertised.

Originally posted on Climate Etc.:

by Rud Istvan

From the utility grid perspective, a fundamental problem with wind and solar is intermittency.

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The linear no threshold scare continues–Nature announces a landmark study.

Nature declares a landmark study results confirm low dose radiation causes leukemia–or does it?

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Another review of Michigan v. EPA

Go back and make up some more costs and benefits?  Continue reading

Singer on mitigating cooling and preventing ice age harm

Fred Singer provides comments on methods to reduce the harm of planetary cooling and impacts of decreased solar activity bringing on an ice age.

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