Critically examines the EPA's new stricter standards for levels of particulate matter and ozone. Argues that the EPA's scientific studies and reasoning are flawed. Suggests that allowing the standards to go through will allow the EPA unwarranted expansion of its regulatory power at the cost of farmers and ranchers. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Rep. David McIntosh, chairman, U.S. House National Economic Growth, Natural Resources, and Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee
Michael Fumento's Polluted Science conclusively shows that the EPA's new particulate and ozone regulations may be among the worst ever promulgated by a federal agency. All legislators concerned with the health of their constituents and the health of the economy need to read-and heed-this book and vote against what Fumento so aptly calls 'regulation for regulation's sake.'
Good refutation of EPA claims regarding "dirty" air, December 3, 1998
Reviewer: Michael S. Keeney (see more about me) from Ogden, UT United States
Good work by Michael Fumento in discussing the continuing saga of the EPA's so-called "clean" air regulations. A good examination of the expense and the lack of need for these types of regulations.
My only disappointment about this book was the lack of wit displayed in the other two books I've read by this author (Myth of Heterosexual AIDS and Science Under Siege). Otherwise, another good effort.