Specifically, I wrote:
<<This was posted to the Endocrine Disrupters list serve today by David M.
King, Deputy Director, Communications National Environmental Trust
<email@example.com>. I thought you might be interested, in case you've read
that scientists at the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH) have found
no convincing evidence that certain synthetic chemicals in the environment
endanger human health by disrupting the human endocrine system. Re-arrange
the letters, just as ASCH has re-arranged findings in published studies, and
you find ''CASH'' funded by vested interests. >>
The rest was written by David King of National Environmental Trust.
Wilson, Dale wrote:
> I read the report and found it lucid, balanced, and well-documented.
> > Who is ACSH?
> The ACSH board is mainly scientists and physicians. I took a random sample
> of about twenty of the 250 ACSH board members and looked up their
> publications. More than half have published extensively in peer-reviewed
> journals, and appear to be productive scientists.
> > In many of these cases, investigative journalists have already
> > exposed direct connections between ACSH and its funders.
> Could you be more specific?
> > But in almost every instance, it takes little effort to discover
> > which funder has a vested interest in supporting ACSH¹s message.
> That doesn't mean their findings are wrong.
> > Re-arrange the letters, just as ASCH has re-arranged findings
> > in published studies, and you find ''CASH'' funded by vested
> > interests.
> What part of the report do you disagree with?
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