Friday, November 2, 2012

New documents prove falsification in EPA air study; JunkScience renews retraction request

What's coming out is a government agency that should be founded on evidence is going by its feelings. How pathetic. has uncovered new documents conclusively proving that EPA researchers materially falsified a September 2011 study published in Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP).

While the September 2011 study (“Case Report“) claimed to link exposure to concentrated particulate matter (PM) to cardiac arrhythmia by virtue of a single incidence of cardiac arrhythmia in a 58-year old obese woman with heart disease during her experimental exposure to a high level of PM, the new documents show that cardiac arrhythmia also developed in two subjects similarly exposed to clean air.

No comments:

Post a Comment