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Old 01-24-2010, 04:00 PM
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New cali diesel emmissions laws based on lies

The Cunningham Report - CARB Struggling With Aftermath Of Phony PHD Coverup

Check this out. Your new diesel emmissions requirements were passed based on false info


the California Air Resources Board (CAR recently passed a draconian rule governing the emissions from off-road diesel engines, like earth-moving equipment, farm equipment, train locomotives, etc. The main justification used was a paper by one of their staff PhD's claiming that 3,500 people died in California each year because of these emissions. The new rule will bankrupt many business or drive them out of the state. Further, if an engine can't be economically upgraded it's prevented from being shipped out of the state for resale. It must be destroyed for the benefit of "humankind".

This is all bad enough, but now it's been discovered that their staff scientist lied about his degree from UC Davis. It turns out that he is a Vietnamese man who got his only degree from an Internet diploma mill (he even paid and extra $1,000 for suma cum laude) run by an Israeli pedophile on the run from prosecution in the US. Oh, but that's not bad enough, the CARB director admitted that they KNEW he lied about his diploma and issued the rule anyway! She said "It's a good rule anyway". You can't make this stuff up!! Politically motivated environmentalists will stop at nothing to achieve their ends. (This info taken from a San Diego Union Tribune editor, plus a talk-only radio station, KFI-640, in Los Angeles)
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:05 PM
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Man Dave, you must be bored. You are really digging up some good info today! Just like in your other threads, cali causes more trouble than it does good and that state can starve if you ask me. I have heard this for a while know about their fake scientist. It'll be interesting to see if anything becomes of it in our favor.
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:09 PM
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Man Dave, you must be bored. You are really digging up some good info today! Just like in your other threads, cali causes more trouble than it does good and that state can starve if you ask me. I have heard this for a while know about their fake scientist. It'll be interesting to see if anything becomes of it in our favor.
Believe it or not I found most of the material I posted today on a prius forum.

Even the anti global warming stuff

Not all prius owners are Al Gore worshipers
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Cali should be sold back to Mexico.

Or maybe all the hippies shipped off to Mexico.
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:12 PM
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Yeah i know. All your info has been good stuff. It would be great to get both diesel owners and prius owners together to fight this stuff.
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:13 PM
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Yeah i know. All your info has been good stuff. It would be great to get both diesel owners and prius owners together to fight this stuff.
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:13 PM
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I've thought about it a bit and does the CARB have the right to regulate your property?
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:15 PM
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I can see em implimenting rules on new vehicles, but to mandate dpf's on older trucks, that i can't see how they could do. But hey what happens in Cali can STAY in Cali!
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Old 01-24-2010, 04:26 PM
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I can see em implimenting rules on new vehicles, but to mandate dpf's on older trucks, that i can't see how they could do. But hey what happens in Cali can STAY in Cali!
The only problem with that is the EPA tends to adopt what happens in Cali.

If I remember right the DPF was originally going to be a cali only thing. Look what happened there
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This needs to make O'Reilly's show. This is going to get very interesting.l
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