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Cremation ignites global-warming, atmospheric conflagration

Efforts to live a sustainable lifestyle are ending in a cloud of smoke as more people choose cremation over conventional burial. And not just because of greenhouse emissions. Lead and mercury toxins are also part of the devil’s brew expelled in the flames.

Owen McShane

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Owen McShane

 Credentials

  • B. Architecture, University of Auckland (1963). [1]

 Background

Art Horn

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Art Horn

 Credentials

Degree in meteorology from Lyndon State College. [1]

 Background

Art Horn is a meteorologist and runs a website called the “Art” of Weather.

Fred Goldberg

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Fred Goldberg

 Credentials

  • Doctors degree in welding technology, specializing in thermal cutting (1975).
  • Adjunct professorship title in Swedish decent (1975).

Source: [1]

David Henderson

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David Henderson

 Credentials

David Henderson is an economist with no credentials directly relating to climate science. [1]

Kesten Green

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Kesten Green

 Credentials

Green began his master's studies in Management Science at Victoria University, and received a doctoral degree from Victoria Management School at Victoria University of Wellington. [1]

David Douglass

David Douglass

 Credentials

  • Ph.D. Physics, MIT (1959)
  • B.S. Physics, University of Maine

Source: [1]

Myron Ebell

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Myron Ebell

 Credentials

  • M.Sc. from the London School of Economics.
  • B.A. from Colorado College.

Source: [1]

Tom Tanton

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Thomas (Tom) Tanton

 Credentials

  • B.S. Chemistry, California State University, San Diego (1972). [1]

  Background

Roy Cordato

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Roy Cordato

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., economics, George Mason University.
  • Bachelors of Music Education, Hartt School of Music.

Source: [1]

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