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The Media’s War on Business – and Science – Gets Personal

Grant75 Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 5:18 PM
With all the brush fires and house fires in the news – Oklahoma, Colorado, California – I’ve noticed that the mainstream media only describes an oil refinery fire as “spewing toxins” in the air. Don’t all fires spew toxins? They reported the volcano in New Zealand . . . but didn’t mention that it spewed any toxins in the air. There is obviously an agenda there.
Dan107 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 12:01 PM
Grant, there's no agenda here. Just shut up and give all your money to Al Gore's carbon credit exchange. The planet will be safed and we'll all revel in the Land of Wine and Roses.
See how simple that was?
Matt in N.C. Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 5:32 PM
If they didn't pretend that volcanoes eject chocolate syrup and that the sun's output never varies, they'd have to admit that volcanic emissions and solar radiation, over which they have absolutely no control, affect climate more profoundly than human activity.
Dan107 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 12:00 PM
Why is that, Matt, because one volcano erupting for a week spews out more CO2 than all of human activity since the beginning of time?

For several years the hysterical, ratings-seeking media has waged a war on businesses that use bisphenol A (also known as BPA), a chemical found in water bottles, canned foods and even thermal cash-register tape. The media has succeeded in ignoring the science and instead stoked the public’s irrational fears by simply proving that traces of BPA can be found in your food. However, numerous studies by the FDA, CDC, World Health Organization, and European Food Safety Authority have found that BPA is easily and quickly metabolized, with no discernible human harm ever being identified.

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