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The spirited defense of Climate Science publication credibility (Chick Keller, Monitor Guest Column, July 13) requires reading the PNAS paper by Andregg et. al., creating a Black List of investigators not to be consulted on Anthropogenic Climate Change issues in order to ensure credible expert opinion. Bias? For purposes of the following, I’m not qualified in Climate Science but I do have a Toxicology ticket and I have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.
Rationally, man-made pollution consists of all the noxious materials arising from human activities that, released in varying amounts, exert harmful effects on living things. Acid rain, respiratory disease, and heavy metal poisoning are examples of consequences and all pollutants have a demonstrable injurious effect on the worldwide environment and its occupants.
In Massachusetts v. EPA, the Supreme Court ruled, five to four, that atmospheric pollutants need not be toxic. Justice Scalia chided in dissent that ‘frisbees and flatulence’ are pollutants based on that ruling.
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