Why do we need anyone other than scientists on the EPA SCIENCE board? What advice, from a science standpoint, could someone from the department of agriculture or housing possibly give to other scientists? They are not experts in that field. That's why they work in their respective departments. This bill is absurd and undermines the knowledge and expertise of scientists who have devoted their lives to studying the environmental impacts of different kinds of pollution and are, therefore, most qualified to advise the public and the government how to decrease our contribution to climate change.