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Watts Up With That?

There’s more ugliness like what went on recently with Oregon State University. This professor exposed corruption within the California University system that had ties to the California Air Resources Board’s botched PM2.5 rules. As we’ve seen recently, this PM2.5 regulatory action is so vile that the EPA does unannounced human experimentation.

From WND:

What’s academia’s response to a whistleblower who exposes fraudulent research and faked credentials on a panel of experts?

Fire the whistleblower, of course.

That’s the allegation in a new complaint filed against the regents of the University of California by the American Center for Law and Justice on behalf of former professor James E. Enstrom.

The lawsuit explains that Enstrom was a UCLA research professor for decades – until he blew the whistle on “junk environmental science and scientific misconduct at the University of California” and was dismissed.

“The facts of this case are…

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  1. flicka47 says:

    The lawsuit was filed last Thursday by the American Center for Law and Justice on behalf of Dr Enstrom. It’s 89 pages, mostly exhibits to prove his case for violation of his First and Fourteenth Amendment rights, and possibly mis-use of reasearch funds by UCLA. This is the guy who discovered that the lead researcher for CARB was lying about having a PhD…
    link to the lawsuit http://tinyurl.com/89uhcgz
    link to ACLJ http://tinyurl.com/7t9tpxb

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