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Originally posted on JunkScience.com:
Myth: Nuclear power has prevented any deaths from air pollution. Outside of unusual air pollution incidents (like Donora, 1948), ambient air has killed no one. Click for the new study’s abstract.

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  Marcott madness…… and There, that’s better.  In case you all haven’t been following, there’s still a ruckus going on with the Marcott paper.  It’s pretty funny stuff really. Remember this? Never mind.  The authors…

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In response to an article yesterday about a possible amplitude variation in annual Arctic sea ice Roger Andrews wrote “Seems to me you could conclude a lot from a model like that.” Figure 1…

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Yum, this is among the best tasting irony we’ve ever had. From the study in Environmental Health Perspectives: Conclusions: Results did not support the hypothesized protective association of urban tree canopy coverage with asthma or…

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No data showing anyone claiming an effect was exposed to fracking-related substances. From Environmental Health Perspectives: …According to Trevor Penning, director of the University of Pennsylvania (UPENN) Center of Excellence in Environmental Toxicology, most reports…

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From the make-believe land of the “social cost of carbon.” In reality, fossil fuels have been one of the greatest boons to public health and the environment. Read SkepticalScience’s “Trillions of Dollars are Pumped into…

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But the study fails to report any adverse effects among the bees studied. Read the media release.

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The sequester has made times tough for UNC’s research budget and the university can’t make political contributions — but its employees sure can (albeit without “explicit connection”)! From the Daily Tar Heel’s “UNC-system lobbyists fight…

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