The Shocking Revelations of the EPA Documents

The EPA human testing documents reveal a number of shocking acts committed by the EPA and the University of North Carolina.

  1. Human experimentation with lethal PM2.5. The EPA tested PM2.5 on humans even though the EPA has concluded that PM2.5 can be lethal within hours of any inhalation.
  2. Human experimentation with cancer-causing PM2.5. The EPA tested PM2.5 on humans even though the EPA has concluded that PM2.5 causes cancer in humans.
  3. Human experimentation with lethal diesel exhaust. The EPA tested diesel exhaust on humans even though the EPA has determined that diesel exhaust can be lethal within hours of any inhalation.
  4. Human experimentation with cancer-causing diesel exhaust.The EPA tested diesel exhaust on humans even though the EPA has concluded that diesel exhaust probably causes cancer in humans.
  5. Extremely high experimental exposures. Though the EPA has determined that any inhalation of PM2.5 is ultrahazardous, the EPA exposed the human study subjects to exceedingly high doses of PM2.5 and diesel exhaust — i.e., as high as 21 times greater than the EPA’s daily standard.
  6. Experimentation on vulnerable people. The EPA tested PM2.5 and diesel on people that the EPA has determined are especially vulnerable to the effects of PM2.5 and diesel exhaust, including the elderly, asthmatics and people suffering from metabolic syndrome.
  7. Fraudulently-obtained consent concerning lethality. The EPA’s consent forms failed to disclose to study subjects that the EPA has determined that PM2.5 and diesel exhaust can kill people within hours of any exposure. Some consent forms fail to disclose to study subjects that they will be exposed to PM2.5.
  8. Fraudulently-obtained consent concerning cancer risk. The EPA’s consent forms failed to disclose to study subjects that the EPA has determined that PM2.5 and diesel exhaust can cause cancer in humans.
  9. EPA deception of UNC about experimental hazards. Although the EPA disclosed to the University of North Carolina institutional review board (IRB) that PM2.5 were dangerous substances, the EPA failed to disclose to the IRB that PM2.5 and diesel exhaust could kill within hours of any exposure.
  10. UNC approval of illegal testing. The University of North Carolina institutional review board approved the aforementioned human testing despite that the EPA informed it that PM2.5 and diesel exhaust are ultrahazardous substances.
  11. Failure to modify consent forms. Although EPA attributed the hospitalization of the adverse event described in the Case Report.

NEXT: Analysis of the EPA Documents

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