Who Wrote EPA’s “Myths vs Facts”?

Climate Audit

The Mann Statement of Claim prominently displayed, as one of only two quotations from the “inquiries”, an extended quotation from the Myths vs Facts webpage, included as one of three Resources accompanying the EPA decision denying reconsideration of various petitions for reconsideration of the Endangerment Finding (though Mann’s Statement of Claim falsely cited the gazetted (Federal Register) denial decision itself as its source.) The Myths vs Facts document (as well as the Factsheet and Press Release, also linked as “Resources”) contained statements and assertions that were both untrue and which were undocumented in the actual language of the “formal” documents that they were supposedly supporting.

The identity of the authors (and reviewers, if any) is not disclosed in the supporting documents (RTP documents) for the denial decision – Jean S speculated a few days ago that Gavin Schmidt was involved in EPA’s supposed investigation and “exoneration” of Michael Mann; Schmidt…

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One thought on “Who Wrote EPA’s “Myths vs Facts”?

  1. Thanks for this informative contrast between reality and propaganda.

    The Sun now appears to be entering another cyclic minimum, while consensus science predicted the opposite.

    Two great scientists who witnessed abrupt changes in science at the end of WWII – Astronomer Fred Hoyle and Nuclear Geochemist Paul Kazuo Kuroda – left hints in their personal autobiographies that science went suddenly astray after WWII.

    What happened? Frightened world leaders tried to save the world from nuclear annihilation by taking totalitarian control of society and hiding the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    That same source of energy powers the Sun:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Solar_Energy.pdf

    It took several decades to figure out what happened because of a black-out of key information:

    1. Stalin’s troops captured Japan’s atomic bomb plant at Konan, Korea in late August 1945, and

    2. Unreported CHAOS and FEAR of nuclear annihilation convinced world leaders, “BETTER RED THAN DEAD!”

    Oliver K. Manuel

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