by Michael Bastasch
Daily Caller

The National Academies of Sciences (NAS) met five times behind closed doors this past year to discuss the possibility of reviving Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) experiments exposing humans to harmful air pollutants.

NAS is examining the findings of a 2014 EPA inspector general reporting, which found the agency had exposed human test subjects to ostensibly deadly air pollutants without disclosing the risk of death or the total amounts of pollutants subjects would have to inhale…

“Despite that the EPA has believed since 2004 that PM2.5 can cause near-immediate death, it never disclosed that belief of that to any study subject,” wrote

[Steve] Milloy, who is the publisher of the blog and a senior fellow at the Energy & Environment Legal Institute.

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