Potential future carbon trading is getting swept up into “too big to fail,” we report here for the first time. Continue reading Obama moves for taxpayer bailout of future carbon trading
Can EPA researchers omit mention of negative/contradictory results from the write-up of their study? We’ve asked the EPA’s Science Advisor to investigate. Continue reading EPA asked to investigate scientific misconduct
“The EPA’s regulatory agenda is a perilous pipe-dream precluded by the laws of math and physics—relying instead on implausible assumptions about health risks from exposure to trace background levels of the single pollutant known as particulate matter.” Continue reading EPA's Pretense of Science: Regulating Phantom Risks
350.org head Bill McKibben has 7 full-time employees but doesn’t know who funds his organization. Priceless video. Continue reading Would You Believe Bill McKibben Doesn't Know Who Funds 350.org?
JunkScience.com today asked the EPA Inspector General to investigate the EPA’s illegal human experimentation. Continue reading EPA Inspector General Asked to Investigate Illegal Human Experimentation
Perhaps “yet” is the word missing from this lefty blog report, if even accurate. Continue reading Claim: No Charges Filed Against Gleick
The whitewash of the EPA’s unethical, if not illegal, human experiments has gone interagency. Continue reading Journal editor rejects Milloy request to retract false case report of EPA human experiment
Greenpeace launched an effort today to spotlight sea life casualties from the 2010 Gulf oil spill. Continue reading Greenpeace Hypocrisy: BP's Turtle vs. Wind's Eagle
The PBS NewsHour sets up a premise about ‘harmful politics’ of global warming creeping into classrooms that is superficially plausible as long as nobody looks deeply into it. Continue reading FAIL: PBS NewsHour’s Anti-Heartland Institute Hit Piece has Problems Below its Surface
University of Washington climate researcher Chris Bretherton has a lot of nerve for participating in yesterday’s New York Times hit piece on MIT’s Dick Lindzen. Continue reading The cloudiness of Chris Bretherton's 'intellectual honesty'
Wayne Cascio, director of EPA’s Environmental Public Health Division, responds to Steve Milloy’s Washington Times commentary accusing EPA of conducting unethical human experiments or, in the alternative, exaggerating the dangers of airborne fine particulate matter. Continue reading EPA denies Milloy charge of conducting unethical human experiments; Facts show otherwise