REDUCING THE SUM TOTAL OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
A DISTURBING TREND..."EPA officials claim that the information stored in the libraries will be digitized, but EPA chemist Bill Herzy said the chemical library was told to take a valuable collection of environmental journals and "just throw them out."
Leslie Burger, president of the American Library Association, said "We don't know which items are being tossed and which items are being saved. They have 35,000 to 50,000 unique documents available only in EPA libraries. If that information is not saved, it's gone forever."
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) Executive Director Jeff Ruch stated, "By its actions, it appears that the [Bush]appointed management at EPA is determined to actually reduce the sum total of human knowledge. EPA is not an agency renowned for its speed, so its undue haste in dumping library holdings suggests a political agenda rather than anything resembling a rational information management plan."continued next
"This is almost laughable in it's obvious cover-up of these deadly agendas that have been put forth by these despicable elites!!!!!!!!!" --Canuck4Truth, 01/29/10
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