EPA Whitewashes Illegal Human Experiments

AT: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has employed the prestigious National Academy of Sciences to whitewash the EPA’s illegal experiments on human beings.  Naturally, the sordid activity is all being conducted in secret.

Several years ago, we detailed for American Thinker readers how we had discovered that the EPA was violating virtually every law enacted and regulation promulgated for the protection of human experiments since the development of the Nuremberg Code.

The story begins in the 1990s, when the EPA began regulating fine particulate matter (P.M.) in outdoor air.  These regulations were justified on the basis that they would prevent 15,000 premature deaths per year.  The supposedly scientific studies underlying the rules could not be challenged at the time because the EPA refused to provide Congress and independent researchers with the key underlying data.  Also, the relevant laws and their judicial interpretation did not provide a way to challenge EPA science in court.

Though the EPA got away with issuing the rules, it knew they were vulnerable to challenge because the underlying studies – all dubious statistical correlation studies – didn’t actually show that P.M. killed anyone.  Neither did animal toxicology studies, no matter how much P.M. the laboratory animals inhaled.  So the EPA decided to back up its statistical claims by testing extremely high doses of P.M. on real, live people.  MORE

9 Comments on EPA Whitewashes Illegal Human Experiments

  1. Actually I think they are more interested in covering up their experiments on re-animation of dead tissue….you know like Nancy Pelosi!

  2. Gee, I wonder if some of their global warming stuff, among others, is equally as poorly “studied”. Shut ‘er down. Now. Let the states worry about it. That way when some clown tries to do this type of thing there’ll be 49 other dissenters available to argue the point. As it stands now, it’s a lib fantasy cram down that is getting harder and harder to swallow.

  3. This is what you get when your government consists of massive unaccountable bureaucracies. Elect Clinton for even more of this.

  4. @Bad_Brad: No, actually Hillary was involved in Huma experiments.

    Whether or not they were illegal depends on the laws of your state of residence.


  5. The experiments were fundamentally unethical and illegal as federal law prohibits treating humans as guinea pigs, especially for the mere purpose of advancing an agency’s regulatory agenda. Extra illegality was added by the agency’s failure to inform its human guinea pigs that it believed the experiments could kill them.

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