Epidemiologen J. Enstrom gennemhuller artikel der taler for strammere regulering af luftforurening.
Nyt studie har analyseret mere end 2 millioner dødsfald i Californien i relation til luftforurening med PM2,5.
In summary, our empirical evidence, supported by literature and logic, is that current levels of air quality, ozone and PM2.5, are not associated with or causally related to acute deaths for California. Our results, well summarized in Fig. 4 ; Fig. 5, show no effect of ozone or PM2.5 at 12 μg/m3 or across all doses examined. There is no indication of any effect at low doses, for example. These results should be taken into account in any future revisions of the NAAQS for PM2.5 and O3.
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Most of the American public is unaware the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), with the help of the American Lung Association and radical environmental groups, has nearly succeeded in an attempted takeover of absolutely all industry in the United States. How could EPA accomplish such a grand scheme? By claiming exposure to particles in the air as small as 2.5 millionths of a meter can cause death in a matter of minutes, hours, or days.
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