But the man has a microphone and a camera, and in the world today–that’s better than competence, that’s notoriety and fame.
Category Archives: Environmentalism
Here’s my friend James Enstrom, PhD MPH and warrior on the battle of air pollution nonsense by the EPA and it’s surrogate the California Air Resources Board.
The war is now in it’s 8th year at a high level of intensity. I have many friends and allies in the CA scientific and business/Transportation community.
Diesel engine emissions have always been an obsession of the enviros in CA and at the EPA. When you hear small particles, just think diesel, even though the small particle could be dust or some other naturally occurring air particle as well–the toxicology and epidemiology research is pretty damn sloppy, but the EPA doesn’t care.
Enstrom is critical as an epidemiologist who said, based on a comprehensive study of California that there is no small particle air pollution death effect in CA. His study refutes the claims of hundreds of thousands of deaths put out by the EPA to justify their air regs on diesel and engine emissions.
I like Jimmy for that.
Even maninstream media, a lefty outlet for sure, can find good things to say about Roundup.
Consider this, nuclear testing didn’t cause earthquakes.
But more improtant, as described, if you put the seismographs on alert, guess what, they will find earthquakes. Continue reading
Patrick Moorewas formerly a crazy enviro–devoted to the idea that he was smarter than the rest of us.
He was a founding and active, energetic member, an out front guy for the Greenpeacers.
Take a look at his recent speech, that makes good sense, just like the speeches he has given at Heartland Climate Conferences. Continue reading
Here’s another fanatic EPA and Department of the Interior attempt to steal property rights for some bird or animal–and a discussion about how the concept of habitat trading would expand.
And government always does expand, doesn’t it?
Paul has an important one here:
How the intolerant left pushes and demands to end dissent or opposition.