Jean S writes (transferred from a comment with the addition of a few headings):
A question for the experts: is it known who wrote and who were used as experts in the EPA documents? If not, is that information considered public (i.e., obtainable under FOIA or similar)?
The reason I ask is that I get very, very eerily feeling when reading certain parts of the EPA decision, especially Continue reading. For instance, I think there are very, very few people in this world from whom the following paragraphs could originate (considering style, content and astonishing familiarity with Mann’s work):