This is a modified, shortened chapter from my upcoming book Too Damn Sure. At least, I hope it’s forthcoming. Introduction … Continue Reading Too Damn Sure: The Epidemiologist Fallacy
This post is one that has been restored after the hacking. All original comments were lost. Announcement In the proud … Continue Reading First Annual WMBriggs.com Bad Science Award!
Shouldn’t a peer-reviewed paper which purports to tie chemicals produced in the manufacture of natural gas (fracking etc.) to birth defects actually measure exposure (of fetus carriers, i.e. “mothers”) to those chemicals? If you answered yes, you’ll never make it … Continue Reading Exposure To Fracking Reduces Low-Birth-Weight Babies
Here is an email I received from Jim Enstrom of the Scientific Integrity Institute (modified to embed the links; incidentally, CARB is the California Air Resources Board, a source of direction and envy for the EPA. CARB has never met … Continue Reading The Epidemiologist Fallacy Strikes Again. EPA, CARB, And Air Pollution