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Jan Breslow

Jan L. Breslow

 Credentials

  • M.D., Harvard Medical School, 1968.
  • M.A., Columbia University, 1964.
  • A.B., Columbia University, 1963.

Source: [1]

 Background

Jan L. Breslow is a physician and professor at Rockefeller University, specializing in cardiovascular disease. He is a former president of the American Heart Association. [1]

Antonino Zichichi

Antonino Zichichi

 Credentials

  •  Ph.D.
  • Professor of Advanced Physics, University of Bologna, Italy.

Source: [1]

 Background

Antonino Zichichi is an Italian physicist who specializes in the area of nuclear physics. He was president of the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare from 1977 up to 1982 and is currently an emeritus professor of physics at the University of Bologna. [2]

Claude Allègre

Claude J. Allègre

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Physics, University of Paris (1962). [1]

 Background

Claude Allègre, 75 years old, is a French geochemist and politician. He is a former minister of the French Socialist Party, [2] and does academic work at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) — Institute of Geophysics, Paris.

Michael Kelly

Michael Joseph Kelly

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., solid state physics, Cambridge (1974).
  • M.Sc., Mathematics and Physics, University of Wellington, New Zealand.
  • M.A.
  • SC.D.
  • FR.Eng.
  • FRS.

Source: [1], [2]

Burt Rutan

Elbert Leander “Burt” Rutan

 Credentials

  • B.S. Aeronautical Engineering, California Polytechnic University (1961-1965).
  • Marketing and Personnel Management graduate level courses, Golden Gate College, (1968-1969).
  • Academic portion of Aerospace Research Pilots School, Edwards AFB, (1965).
  • Doctoral of Science, honoris causa, Daniel Webster College, (May, 1987).

James McGrath

James E. McGrath

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Polymer Science University of Akron  (1967).
  • M.S., Chemistry University of Akron, (1964).
  • B.S,. Chemistry St. Bernadine of Siena College, (1956).

Source:  [1]

 Background

Dr. James McGrath is a professor of chemistry at Virginia Technical University and has been the co-director of the Polymer Materials and Interface Lab (PMIL) at Virginia Tech since 1978. [2]

Edward David

Edward E. David Jr.

 Credentials

  • Sc.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1950).
  • M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1947).
  • B.S. degree in electrical engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (1945).

Source: [1]

 Background

Edward David is an American electrical engineer.

Richard Lindzen

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Richard Lindzen

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Harvard University (1964).
  • S.M., Applied Mathematics, Harvard University (1961).
  • A.B. (mcl), Physics, Harvard University (1960).

Source: [1]

How The Australian Newspaper Warps The World of Climate Science

Cover of Bad news, an essay by Robert Manne

THERE is a publication in Australia where for every one story you read which agrees society should take firm steps to combat climate change, there are four stories suggesting we shouldn’t.

When climate change is viewed through the pages of this publication, most of the world’s “experts” think it’s either not happening, not worth worrying about or not caused by humans.

Advocates for strong action on climate change are variously described as “prophets of doom”, “greenhouse hysterics” or “hair-shirted greenhouse penitents”. 

As extreme as these positions might appear, this publication is not a newsletter from a fringe group or a bulletin from the Tea Party.
 
This is the divisive state of climate change science in the pages of the nation’s sole national newspaper The Australian, according to a 115-page examination of the publication’s role in shaping how Australia thinks.
 
The essay – Bad News (paywalled) - is written by author Professor Robert Manne, one of the country’s leading political thinkers.
 

Denial Down Under With The Galileo Movement

The Galileo Movement

THERE’S a new climate denial lobby group on the block - bravely regurgitating previously debunked pseudo-science and making wild unsubstantiated claims that climate scientists are all corrupt.

Not happy with misrepresenting the science on climate change, The Galileo Movement has also misappropriated the name of the father of modern science who was persecuted for his insistance that the Sun, rather than the Earth, was the centre of the universe.

The Galileo Movement, launched in Australia, has stated its prime mission is to stop the Government’s current efforts to introduce a price on greenhouse gas emissions and boasts a list of advisors resembling a who’s who of international climate change denial.

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