NSIDC must know that what they are doing is unethical. Why else would they have gone to the trouble not just of deleting their old records – but of trying to block the auto-archiving of that data?
Hedman, the EPA's top Midwest official, had previously told The Detroit Newsthe agency knew about the lack of corrosion control in the water supply as early as April, after an EPA official identified problems with the drinking water, but did not make the information public.
Articles of Impeachment have been filed against EPA's Gina McCarthy for perjury involving the scientific rational for the expansion of EPA's dictatorial powers under the Clean Water Rules, yet not a word about the massive fraud of the Save Energy Now program, the EPA's newest $100 billion boondoggle being operated out of 24 universities offering "free" audits of industrial facilities, and claiming to have saved billions of dollars for EPA partners.
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