Wisconsin tragedy validates Milloy air pollution-death hypothesis

I will now patiently await my Nobel Prize.

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Readers of “Scare Pollution” know that I offered up an explanation for the three instances of deadly outdoor air pollution that occurred during the 20th century.

My hypothesis is that what’s deadly is the phenomenon of emissions of acidic gases (e.g. sulfur oxides) into a weather inversion, which concentrates acidic gases to dangerous levels.

This is in stark contrast to the EPA and its cadre of research grant cronies who claim that any exposure to innocuous particulate matter kills hundreds thousands of Americans and millions worldwide per year — a claim that is supported by not a single body.

Now comes the tragic case of a Wisconsin dairy farmer whose death is attributed to a build-up of sulfur oxides under a weather inversion. (Web | PDF)

Hypothesis + Validation = Science.

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September 28, 2021 at 10:44AM

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