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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

I Grow Sick Of This Liberal Bull Shit! Study: Violent Crime ‘Caused’ by Air Pollution In Chicago, So Again Liberal Do Not Talk The The Right People , Like May Be A Criminologists Would No More About This? Tell Me All About Al" Capone



How They looking Chicago Police Department, Were Is Black On Blacking Killing?  And Do not look back at Over 100 Year's Of Chicago Killing , Tell Me All about Al" Capone was an American gangster who attained fame during the Prohibition era as the co-founder and boss of the Chicago Outfit. His seven-year reign as crime boss ended when he was 33 years old.


AL CAPONE
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Top 10 Factors Identified as Contributing to Violent Crime.

1. Gangs  82 %
2. Juveniles / youth crime 80 %
3. Economy / poverty / unemployment 74 %
4. Impulsive violence / disrespect issues 74 %
5. Release of offenders from correctional institutions 69 %
6. Drugs-Cocaine 67 %
7. Poor parenting 63 %
8. Increased availability of guns 55 %
9. Reduced cooperation from witnesses / victims (not in top 10 last year) 37 %
10. Educational system-increasing dropout rates (not in top 10 last year) 36 %
http://www.crimeinamerica.net/2011/02/22/top-10-factors-contributing-to-violent-crime/




In a new study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, scientists from the University of California, Davis and the Harvard University Center for the Environment suggest that violent crime is precipitated by air pollution.

Evan Herrnstadt, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University Center for the Environment, and co-author Erich Muehlegger, assistant professor of economics at UC Davis, analyzedover two million crimes listed by the Chicago Police Department between 2001 and 2012, noting the direction of the wind as it blew across neighborhoods near five interstate highways, I-90, I-94, I-290, I-55 and I-57.
They catalogued the temperature, precipitation, wind speed, and wind direction from data gleaned from the National Climatic Data Center, and factored in ambient pollution levels delineated by the Environmental Protection Agency.
The researchers found that the percentage of more serious crimes such as homicide, rape, robbery, assault, and battery rose 2.2% in areas downwind of the interstates, leaving them with higher levels of nitrous oxides, while property crimes remained unchanged.
The researchers argue that the presence of additional ozone in the brain pollution-related crime causes pain, which causes the victim to act more aggressively; they estimate the additional crime caused by air pollution may cost taxpayers as much as $200 million annually.
2007 study asserted that children exposed to lead suffered brain damage, ADHD, or exhibited aggressive, hyperactive, and impulsive behaviors. A 1985 study published in theJournal of Personality and Social Psychology stated that a correlation may exist between air pollution and violent crime, noting increased levels of ozone triggered family disturbances. That study was echoed by a 1999 study asserting that the same correlation exists.
It is not clear whether the researchers were able to separate correlation from causation. Some of the world’s most polluted cities are in China, for example, and yet crime there is low.
http://www.breitbart.com/california/2015/12/30/study-violent-crime-caused-air-pollution/

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