You haven't realised he's a troll? He's single-handedly ruined the 
everything list with his tedious and frequently ludicrous speculations, now 
he's started trying to prod the bear with this new round of 
liberal-bashing. I only wish the silent treatment he's been given would 
work.

On Thursday, August 1, 2013 4:40:35 AM UTC+10, cdemorsella wrote:
>
> >> "Because of Rachel Carson, *who is thought by some* to have made up some 
> >> if not all  
>
> of the data in her book "Silent Spring", DDT is now illegal in Africa and 
> most other  
>
> places."
>  
> Back this sweeping assertion and  also complete character assassination 
> you just made. Saying "thought by some" is mere innuendo; it's nothing 
> more substantial than vicious rumor mongering and posthumous character 
> assassination and places you squarely in the category of internet trolling. 
>  
>  
> Unless you have clear and incontrovertible evidence that this is in fact 
> what occurred; that Rachel Carson just made all this bad shit up about DDT 
> and that all the subsequent research that has been done that confirms her 
> observations is all FAKE, MADE UP -- and that DDT is actually quite benign 
> and poses no danger --
>  
> If you do not have a very convincing body of data to back this 
> ugly innuendo and character assassination up with then you are just another 
> ugly internet troll.
>  
> Some actual real peer reviewed evidence please.
>  
>
>    *From:* Roger Clough <rcl...@verizon.net <javascript:>>
> *To:* theoretical_physics <theoretic...@yahoogroups.com <javascript:>> 
> *Sent:* Wednesday, July 31, 2013 4:26 AM
> *Subject:* The deadly legacy of another lib, Rachel Carson
>  
>  *The deadly legacy of another lib, Rachel Carson* 
>
> Because of Rachel Carson, who is thought by some to have made up some if not 
> all  
>
> of the data in her book "Silent Spring", DDT is now illegal in Africa and 
> most other  
>
> places.  Thus  
>
> Even though welfare organizations are frantically handing out mosquito 
> netting,   
>
> a child dies every minute from malaria.   
>
> Malaria claims 660,000 lives per year, 90% of those in Africa.   
> more than 1400 kids lose their lives to a mosquito bite every day.  
>
> In addition, Nile fever  is growing in incidence now in America.  
> Robins, whom Carson supposedly helped to save,  
> are known, along with finches and some other birds,  
> to serve as reservoirs for the spread of Nile Fever  
> and possibly Denghy fever, a painful disease of the joints.  
> I noticed that here in MD, my back yard is a favored hangout for  
> robins and yellow finches.  
>
> Authorities believe that a good way to combat this is to increase 
> the diversity of birdlife. since not all birds serve as reservoirs.
>  
> I wouldn't be surprised to learn that deer, who already are known
> to spread Lyme disease, might also be reseervoirs for Nile and Denghy
> fever. 
>   
>
>
>
>
> Dr. Roger B Clough NIST (ret.) [1/1/2000]  
> See my Leibniz site at  
> http://independent.academia.edu/RogerClough
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