Newspaper Articles – Jay Lehr, Ph.D.

The Human History of Atomic Science

Review of The Age of Radiance: The Epic Rise and Dramatic Fall of the Atomic Era, by Craig Nelson (Scribner 2014), 448 pages, ISBN- 978-1451660432

Exposing Climate Science Corruption

Review of The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science, by Tim Ball, Ph.D. (Stairway Press 2014), 298 pages, ISBN- 978-0988877740

Good Nutrition Is the Key to a Healthy Life

Review of The Modern Nutritional Diseases: Heart Disease, Stroke, Type-2 Diabetes, Obesity, Cancer and How to Prevent Them, by Alice Ottoboni, Ph.D., and Fred Ottoboni, Ph.D.

Sad Track Record of Alarmist Climate Models Becoming Evident

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) uses 117 mathematical models to predict man’s future impact on our climate.

America Will Succeed Despite Doomsayers

Review of The Myth of America’s Decline: Politics, Economics and a Half Century of False Prophecies, by Josef Joffe (Liveright 2013), 352 pages, ISBN- 978-0871404497

The Cruelty of Opposition to Lifesaving Genetically Improved Food

There is little food on the plate of humans anywhere that has not been genetically improved. We began to ferment grape juice into wine and add yeast to alter flour thousands of years ago.

America’s New Energy Abundance Can Revive Our Economy

Review of Comeback: America’s New Economic Boom, by Charles R. Morris (PublicAffairs 2013), 192 pages, ISBN- 978-1610393362

Energy Freedom Made Simple

Review of Energy Freedom, by Marita Littauer Noon (Intermedia Publishing Group 2011), 177 pages, ISBN- 978-1937654054

Fukushima and the Misunderstood Effects of Radiation

More than two years have passed since a major earthquake and devastating tsunami damaged the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, and still not a single case of radiation illness or death occurre