AUSTIN, Texas, March 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The investigation undertaken by DefyCCC.com, as a reaction to the medical disinformation campaign launched by a shadowy coalition fronted by the Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health, has achieved its first results.
The Consortium was funded and launched by climate alarmism groups with enduring links to the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA performed certain experiments on human subjects from 2004 to 2012.
Using information obtained by the brave team of JunkScience.com (available on epahumantesting.com), DefyCCC.com editor Leo Goldstein concludes: "Apparently, the initial purpose of these disgusting experiments was to design crippling regulations for American coal miners and coal power plants. Coal power plants provide about half of the national electrical generation capacity. In its attempts to strangle coal industries, the EPA was doing the bidding of powerful environmentalist groups and billionaire foundations claiming to combat climate change. Together, they selected the fine particulate matter (PM2.5) as the best pretext for the regulations, with ozone as the runner up. The EPA publicly declared that PM2.5 causes premature death, then ran new experiments on unsuspecting 'volunteers' to prove this position." Although nobody has died in these experiments or immediately after, the long term effects on the victims are unknown. These EPA tests were whitewashed by Obama's administration rather than independently investigated.
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