Re: Three Years Later, Industry Puts Toxic Mold into Perspec
Posted by dd on 3/30/04
On 3/30/04, Greg Weatherman wrote:
> 1) Why is the CDC still investigating mold and its effects
> on human health? Are they re-investigating the clusters of
> crib deaths in Cleveland again - even after Caoimhin P.
> Connell swears the CDC debunked the earlier research by Dr.
> Etzel, Dr. Dearborne, etal?
> 2) Why did Dr. Clive Brown (MD with CDC) state a need to do
> more research in the neurotoxicology and immunology effects
> of mold at the ACGIH National Symposium in Orlando FL last
> November (2003 is you have lost count).
> 3) Why has Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker and Dr. Ken Hudnell gained
> traction in their research with the neurotoxic and
> immunological research with actual patients? It must be for
> real or the FDA would not have audited Dr. Shoemaker's
> 4) Why has the EPA started research in these same areas?
> Could it be that these government agencies know deep down
> that Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker and Dr. Ken Hudnell are at the
> forefront of human health and the microbial environment?
> 5) What about Steve Vesper's EPA research with fungal
> My personal opinion is the government agencies are actually
> investigating instead of "looking busy" because the
> politically appointed policy makers have realized the
> embarrassment of others proving what they (policy makers not
> scientists) ignored. Administrators have to have public
> documents proof-read by these policy makers who have the
> ultimate say - even if they don't know a carbuncle from a
> The real ivory tower is the offices of the government policy
> makers who know little more than the current list of
> political party fundraisers. How many policy decisions do
> you think are made at catered events where a pave of beef
> tenderloin with pattipan squash, corn pudding and asparagus
> are served? Are they working on their next career move with
> Corporate America? "I'll see what I can do......."
> Now they have to let the government scientist do the research
> the government scientist have been saying to do for years.
> Jack, "coffee table literature" like you're citing is
> well................like a Readers Digest in the bathroom.
> The only people reading it are usually full of it.
> Have a nice day,
> Greg Weatherman
> Aerobiological Solutions Inc.
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