P. 67 - Neutral pH is listed as 6; it should be 7.
P. 244, 7th line from the bottom is missing from the sentence
beginning with “they do not normally organize petitions…” The missing
line is: “…know anything about the topic under investigations. Yet, in
1997, Fred Seitz…”
P. 266 - We attribute the quote “There is no such thing as a free
lunch” to John Maynard Keynes. Evidently, the actual source of this
quote is unknown.
P. 184, second paragraph - In the sentence which reads
“...showing that there had been a warming since 1980...” the phrase
“since 1980” should be removed.
P. 29 - Beryllium is described as a “heavy metal”. It is, in fact, the second lightest metal.
Russell Seitz has raised concerns about the summary of his arguments on p.62. While the excerpt from his article is paraphrased, the meaning is intact.
P. 21, line 14 from the bottom, the word "additive" should be corrected to "addictive."
P. 276, line 17 from the bottom, Tony Heymet's last name should be corrected to Haymet.
Arthur Sulzburger's last name should be corrected to Sulzberger
P. 146, the sentence beginning "The Science Mob" should read "The Science Mob," from the New Republic,
recounted the David Baltimore case, where a collaborator of Dr. Baltimore was accused of falsifying experimental results, and..."
P.138, due to a typographic error the number of women in the Hirayama study is incorrectly given as 540. The correct number is 91,540 women.
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