In the March 17 issue, there was an article about arsenic pollution disrupting hormone activity (“Arsenic pollution disrupts hormones”) and another article concerned with satellite verification of greenhouse-gas effects from increased levels of carbon dioxide and methane (“Satellites verify greenhouse-gas
effects”). Ironically, that same week, President Bush recommended that more stringent arsenic standards be set aside and declared that carbon dioxide is of no great concern.
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