Written by CO2 is Life
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The National Science Board is honoring Oregon State University marine ecologist Jane Lubchenco with its 2018 Vannevar Bush Award.
The award recognizes “exceptional lifelong leaders in science and technology who have made substantial contributions to the welfare of the nation through public service in science, technology, and public policy.”
Lubchenco also served on the Obama administration’s Science Team and later as the State Department’s first science envoy for the ocean. In January 2017, she received the National Academy of Sciences’ most prestigious award, the Public Welfare Medal.
In the introductory video, Dr. Willie Soon reviews the “Award Winning Science” of Dr. Jane Lubchenco.
It should become evidently clear why the NYTimes and other Liberal Organizations are upset with the EPA no longer accepting research based on “Secret Data.”
This Ocean Acidification Research could easily be reproduced in a lab to expose this fraud and Congress should investigate. Trillions of public dollars are being wasted on junk science being supported only by “secret data.”
And while Congress is looking into this “secret data” issue, they should also reexamine DDT and bird egg shells.
Both the DDT and Ocean Acidification Studies should be independently validated through reproduction, and Congress should no longer accept single studies as justification for public policy.
Simply put, we have far too many activists masquerading as scientists. Conflict of interests have corrupted this system, and no one is being held accountable.
It is time Congress puts an end to deceitful “scientists” treating the public treasury as a piggy bank for their pet projects.
As a side note, the human body maintains a blood pH of 7.35 to 7.45, and the pH of the Ocean is 8.1.
Assuming that the oysters, clams and other calcium carbonated sea creatures have similar blood pH, that means that their blood is more acidic/less basic than the oceans around them.
In other words, if their blood isn’t dissolving their shells, neither will the ocean, and there is a huge difference between 7.35 and 8.1 pH because pH is a log scale.
New York Times Melts Down Over EPA’s Secret Science Ban
By Steve Milloy
The New York Times is spittin’ mad at Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt. In just the past week, the paper has attacked Pruitt four times – from the front-page to the editorial page — following his announcement that the agency would no longer be permitted to rely on so-called “secret science” as a basis for taking regulatory action. And at no point in this onslaught has the Times allowed the truth to intervene.
Since 1994, EPA and university researchers it funds have been hiding scientific data from Congress and the public data. EPA has used the data and studies in question since 1997 as the basis for issuing unnecessary and draconian (if not outright punitive) air quality regulations. During the Obama years, EPA relied on these studies to issue regulations that wiped out 94 percent of the market value of the U.S. coal industry. The largest companies were forced into bankruptcy. Thousands of miner jobs were killed, wreaking havoc on communities that depended on the jobs.
Example of a Fraudulent Study:
Tragically, “Scientists” like Dr. Lubchenco are given the equivalent of participation trophies by “Scientific” organizations, while real scientists like Dr. Soon are shunned and ignored.
Welcome to the dystopian world of 1984 where scientific heroes like Dr. Soon are ostracized and charlatans like Dr. Mann and Dr. Lubchenco are celebrated.
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