Skip to comments.Major Landmark lawsuit filed against the EPA for immoral human experimentation
Posted on 09/23/2012 7:42:54 PM PDT by Duke C.
[snip]...On first blush, I simply could not believe Mr. Milloy. Then I looked carefully at the facts and at the law. This case involves the intentional exposure of human subjects to fine particulate matter, also known as PM2.5. EPA obtained their PM2.5 from a diesel truck. It is difficult to overstate the atrocity of this research. EPA parked a trucks exhaust pipe directly beneath an intake pipe on the side of a building. The exhaust was sucked into the pipe, mixed with some additional air and then piped directly into the lungs of the human subjects. EPA actually has pictures of this gas chamber, a clear plastic pipe stuck into the mouth of a subject, his lips sealing it to his face, diesel fumes inhaled straight into his lungs.
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Dr. Mengele would be sooo proud!
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If they were not part of the anointed, then it is OK.
I’ll bet you Mathew Broderick will be in a movie about this called PROJECT Y. Oh....that’s right......it’s just humans and the more of them that die, the better. The liberals believe our planet can only support 30 million people. A lot of us will have to die for them to assuage their fears over something that is already contradicted by reality.
Dunno. We have a president bent on taking down the economy and fossil fuels, and now we conveniently have a horror story about how diesel fuel, the core energy source for our trucking industry, is the moral equivalent of a Nazi gas chamber poison, it’ll even get your kids. In propaganda wars there is a principle called bracketing. You condition the public against some target at a subrational, purely emotive level, by surrounding the target with strong negative emotional signals. And what could be more negative than “diesel fumes = Nazi poison gas.” Presto, the same agency supposedly responsible for crimes against humanity gets to cram even more crushing regulation down the throat of the trucking industry. Pardon the expression, but something doesnt smell right here.
This is not the EPA I knew. This is not the University of North Carolina I knew.
Ah, yes, it's not the EPA he knows. It sounds too much like a way to minimize what they did to me. Well, pal, it is the reality of the EPA isn't it?
Corporations are evil!
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