By Paul Homewood
German scientists are fighting back against mainstream thinking about the health dangers of nitrogen oxide and particulates.
From Deutsche Welle:
How dangerous arenitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter really? Lung doctors have now joined the debate on driving bans in city centers, designed to enforce current pollutant limits. And they are by no means unanimous in their assessment.
First, the German Society for Pneumology and Respiratory Medicine (DGP) published a position paper on December 3, in which the authors point out the dangers of air pollutants. They list the effects of various pollutants on the lungs, heart, organ system, brain and on unborn children.
They insist that a “significant reduction in air pollution is required and a lowering of the legal limit values is necessary.” The authors call for a “culture of avoiding pollutants” combined with very concrete regulatory measures.
Epidemiological studies or…
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