Steven Milloy's "Junk Science Judo", the complement to Milloy's website, junkscience.com, is an easy-to-read, common sense tutorial illuminating and debunking the steady stream of health scares and scams spewing from activists, lobbyists, industry, and government on a daily basis. Aided by television and print media interested more in attracting audiences than in reporting fact, Milloy exposes the less-than-pure motives behind the so-called science, offering a layman's explanation of the tools, techniques, and statistical analysis to determine fact from fraud, and to draw logical conclusions independent of the hype. While some of the chapters discussing the actual statistical technique may run a bit dry, for the most part this is a quick and entertaining read. In addition to taking on controversial topics like DDT, PCBs, and dioxin, Milloy debunks popular environmental mega myths including Agent Orange, Love Canal, Cancer Clusters, Three Mile Island, and others. While you may have always believed the "science" behind much today's highly publicized health risks suspect, "Junk Science Judo" will arm you with the facts behind the politics, and some common sense to counter the hysteria.