The ban on DDT was “arguably the greatest tragedy of the twentieth century….Since the ban, two million people a year have died unnecessarily from malaria, mostly children.” DDT was banned because of a book by Rachel Carson ’Silent Spring’ published in 1972 that used lies and false science to discredit the use of DDT.
Christopher Monckton on DDT Use
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