EPA exposes exercising asthmatics to 9 times more diesel particulate than deemed safe — No adverse health effects reported

The latest episode in the continuing saga of EPA’s illegal human experiments.

Here is the Institutional Review Board approval of the experiment. Three hundred micrograms of diesel particulate is about 9 times higher than the EPA 24-hour air quality standard for fine particulate matter (PM2.5) — and diesel exhaust is 95% PM2.5.

No clinical health effects or adverse events have been reported from this research.

If some sort of adverse health response can’t be generated in exercising asthmatics exposed to an extreme level of PM2.5 — one that does not come close to occurring anywhere in America — what conclusions can be drawn about the EPA air standards and accompanying health scare propaganda?

2 thoughts on “EPA exposes exercising asthmatics to 9 times more diesel particulate than deemed safe — No adverse health effects reported”

  1. But the American Lung Association fully supports the EPA and its regulations. Direct quote from an email I received from the ALA when I requested help when the rescue inhalers were changed.
    Turns out, you can take a wild guess as to who the leading funding source of the ALA is.

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