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Alexandre Aguiar

Alexandre Amaral de Aguiar

 Credentials

  • Meteorologist. [Pending Further Investigation.]

 Background

Alexandre Aguiar is the Meteorologist and forecaster for the MetSul Weather Center of Ulbra TV in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

He is a contributor to the International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project (ICECAP), a website promoting climate change skepticism.

Gerhard Gerlich

Gerhard Gerlich

 Credentials 

  • Ph.D in Physics (1970).
  • Diploma in Physics, Albrechts-University Kiel, Germany (1967).

Source: [1]

Robert (Bob) C. Shoup

Robert C. Shoup

Robert (Bob) C. Shoup

Credentials  

  • B.A. Geology, Winona State University (1978).
  • M.S. Geology, University of Oklahoma (1980).

Source: [1]

Bruno Wiskel

Bruno Wiskel

Credentials  

  • BSc. (Honours), Geology, University of Alberta (1983).
  • Professional accreditation with the Association of Professional Engineers Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA).

Source: [1]

 Background

Bruno Wiskel, better known as “The Prosperous Farmer,” is a public speaker with a background in geology.

Brian Sussman

Brian Sussman

Credentials  

Brian Sussman has the American Meteorology Society’s Seal of Approval. He also sttended post-graduate studies in meteorology. [1] [2]

The AMS Seal of Approval is a discontinued credential that does not require a bachelor's or higher degree in atmospheric science or meteorology to attain it.

Bob Foster

Bob Foster

 Credentials  

  • Honorary Fellow in the School of Ecology and Environment at Deakin University. [1]

 Background

Barry Brill

Barry Brill

 Credentials

  • OPM - Harvard Business School (2000).
  • Master of Commercial Law (2000).
  • Master of Law with Honours (1966).

Source: [1]

Ken Haapala

Ken Haapala

 Credentials

  • MS (Economics), Economic Modeling, Energy Economics. [1]

 Background 

Nicola Scafetta

Nicola Scafetta

 Credentials

  •  Ph.D., Physics, University of North Texas. [1]

 Background 

Nicola Scafetta is a research scientist at Duke University Physics Department. He is known for proposing a phenomenological theory of climate change, claiming that oscillations induced by solar changes and other astronomical influences can affect climate.

John Nothdurft

John Nothdurft

Credentials

  • B.A, Political Science, University of Mississippi.  [1] 

 Background 

John Nothdurft is the Heartland Institute's “legislative specialist on budget, tax, and tobacco policy” and was named their “government relations director” in November 2010. 

Prior to joining Heartland John was the National Press Coordinator for Americans for Fair Taxation.

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