Category: EPA

Is Your Home in Ruins?

September 9th, 2016, No Comments

We’ve seen the awful sights of Syria’s ruined cities, smoke emanating from the rubble of buildings that used to be homes. The story of those abandoning the destruction is well known to newspaper readers and television viewers via the images of the Syrians trudging towards transportation and the hope of shelter. Earlier blog posts here […]

The Diagnostic Dilemma – Physician Detectives

December 12th, 2015, 2 Comments

Physicians today are faced with a problem in diagnostics that was historically rare rare in medical science. Formally, disease and injuries affected single organs or bodily systems. Today, the frequency of multi-system illness has led to remarkable discoveries in areas of autoimmune disease and the origins of multiple organ failure. A frequent cause of both […]

Dear EPA…

March 9th, 2014, No Comments

This winter has been awful for record cold, snow falls and even Atlanta, Georgia has experienced two major ice storms this year. I was hoping to stay warm in the Hilton Head area of South Carolina, a great option for its environmentally friendly ways as home to sea turtles. In homage to those turtles, Hilton […]

The Unenforceable Law: Chemical Battery

March 24th, 2011, No Comments

My last post described the fact that I was forced to file a complaint with the Bar Association of New York about the lack of tangible work product in the prosecution of my lawsuit (re: pesticide poisoning) over the past five years. A major area of disagreement in prosecuting the suit was my insistence that […]

The Morality of Legislation – Dear Senator Lautenberg

December 9th, 2010, No Comments

Dear Senator Lautenberg, As the most recent legislator to introduce a bill on “Toxics”, I have sent your office copies of the following correspondence because you and your colleagues in Washington need to know that we, the people, are unable to safe-guard our own health from one of the most common hazards around today—modern pesticides. […]

The Whistle-blower Express: Calling Lisa Jackson!

October 17th, 2010, No Comments

Administrator Lisa Jackson is one of the busiest people in America. Her recent appointment to head the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is of enormous importance to citizens throughout the world. Not since Carol Browner’s tenure in the Clinton White House, have we seen anyone as committed to the reduction of toxic substances in our personal […]

Testing Pesticides on Human Subjects

November 28th, 2001, No Comments

Dear President Bush and Administrator Whitman; I felt compelled to write concerning this admnistration’s reversal of policy on the use of test data from human subjects with regard to pesticide products. The implications of such a policy reversal are many and I will mention only a few of them: 1. Acceptance of such data is […]

EPA misinforms children about chemicals/pesticides

June 15th, 2001, No Comments

Sent To EPA Personnel: I expect that your home tour for children is meant to be shared by kids with their parents. It unfortunately fails to warn either party as to appropriate cautions for products discussed. This tour is an abrupt departure from advice previously incorporated in EPA/OPPT documents in which people are urged to […]

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