Sinking, yes. Sea level rise, no.
West Virginia Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-Volvo) should run away from the ongoing swamp effort to kill the glider truck industry.
Paging Robert Mueller…
“It is clear that Russian agents are using social media to influence and impact U.S. energy markets. Regardless of one’s political or ideological views surrounding U.S. energy policy and climate change, the American people deserve to be free from foreign political interference.” Click here for the report.
Here is a 1987 article from the great Ernst Wynder (1922-1999) author of the first large-scale study to link smoking with lung cancer. In the 1987 article, Wynder discusses the problems of drawing causal connections based on weak association epidemiology. Readers of this page know that weak association epidemiology has long been abused by government regulators, especially the EPA (Read “Scare Pollution” for a thorough treatment of this point). That’s why JunkScience.com has petitioned President Trump to issue standards for the use of epidemiology by regulatory agencies. This article is the introductory one to a 1985 workshop on weak associations published in Preventative Medicine in 1987.
The draft CLARITY-BPA report should go a long way toward sweeping the “endocrine disrupter” scare into the ash bin of junk science history. BTW, JunkScience.com was there to point out the scare’s stupidity from the very beginning IN 1996.
The new truck industry is pulling out all the stops to kill off glider trucks. It thought the Obama EPA had accomplished the task. But the Trump EPA is now undoing the Obama rule. So the new truck industry and its radical green allies are breaking china — even pressuring a scientist to accuse himself of misconduct. I have never seen anything like this in my 27+ years of work on EPA issues. Check this out.
JAMA editor-in-chief Howard Bauchner doesn’t want anyone to burst his PM2.5 science fraud bubble.
Mobil ‘op-ad’ in the New York Times on February 25, 1993 questions global warming hsyteria. Cites Fred Singer and Robert Balling. Observes global warming may be beneficial.
The full-page ad below was run by the Communist Party USA in the New York Times on February 24, 1943. The featured author is CPUSA head Earl Browder (grandfather of ex-US citizen Bill Browder of Magnitsky Act fame). The purpose of the ad is to convince Americans that the Soviet Union is not subverting the US government or policy. At the time, it was not generally known that Browder was a paid Soviet agent and the CPUSA was a Soviet-sponsored front group.
So imagine the impact of a $100,000 worth of mostly post-election Facebook ads in 2016 vs. the impact of a full-page in in the paper of record before TV or the Internet.
Download/save the ad (which is broken into three separate images) and open the images in your browser so you can read it.