- - Wednesday, July 8, 2015

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

When he died recently at age 97, Art Linkletter left a book explaining the key to the longevity of the people of Tibet. Linkletter had sent scientists to Tibet, and there these scientists discovered that the wood ashes the Tibetans used to grow their vegetables were full of virtually every mineral known to humanity.

The Environmental Protection Agency is on a rampage to take this great resource away from us by trying to stop all wood burning for heating. This is the same thing the agency has done to our coal-fired power plants. Anyone who heats with wood should really get into gardening to enjoy improved health while they can.

JOSEPH DUPONT

Towanda, Pa.

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