Sunday, June 06, 2004


"We don't have an answer. We have concern". Find something common and then generating "concern" about it is a pretty good description of the Greenie method

"When you hit a key on your computer or wipe your monitor, you may be picking up toxic dust.

A study to be released today reports that dust on computers contains a flame retardant with a toxic chemical known to pose reproductive and neurological hazard in animals. The report was published by advocacy groups that included the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition.

The report, along with other recent studies, suggests that people are exposed daily to such chemicals in the office and at home. Right now, though, scientists can't predict what, if any, harm these chemicals -- known as PBDEs -- have on humans.

``It all goes into consumer products -- plastics, TV consoles, computer consoles, hair dryers,'' said Kim Hooper, a state research scientist at the Hazardous Materials Lab of Cal/EPA. ``How safe is it? I don't think we have an answer. We have concern.''

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Many people would like to be kind to others so Leftists exploit that with their nonsense about equality. Most people want a clean, green environment so Greenies exploit that by inventing all sorts of far-fetched threats to the environment. But for both, the real motive is to promote themselves as wiser and better than everyone else.

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