Obama is “dead wrong” on climate change

‘Global warming is the greatest and most successful pseudoscientific fraud I have seen in my long life.’ – Harold Lewis, PhD,  Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, former Chairman; Former member Defense Science Board, chmn of Technology panel; Chairman DSB study on Nuclear Winter; Former member Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards; Former member, President’s Nuclear Safety Oversight Committee; Chairman APS study on Nuclear Reactor Safety Chairman Risk Assessment Review Group; Co-founder and former Chairman of JASON; Former member USAF Scientific Advisory Board; Served in US Navy in WW II; books: Technological Risk (about, surprise, technological risk) and Why Flip a Coin (about decision making).


“The idea that global warming is the most important problem facing the world is total nonsense and is doing a lot of harm.” “It makes very little sense to believe the output of the climate models.” “I just think they don’t understand the climate,” Freeman Dyson said of AGW climatologists. “Their computer models are full of fudge factors.”  “The models are extremely oversimplified.” “They don’t represent the clouds in detail at all. They simply use a fudge factor to represent the clouds.” “To any unprejudiced person reading this account, the facts should be obvious: that the non-climatic effects of carbon dioxide as a sustainer of wildlife and crop plants are enormously beneficial, that the possibly harmful climatic effects of carbon dioxide have been greatly exaggerated, and that the benefits clearly outweigh the possible damage,”~ Freeman Dyson, physicist, Institute for Advanced Study, in Princeton.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTSxubKfTBU      Dyson interview part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k69HUuyI5Mk     Dyson interview part 2

“I view Climategate as science fraud, pure and simple,” said Princeton Physicist Dr. Robert Austin

“Any reasonable scientific analysis must conclude the basic theory [anthropogenic global warming  – AGW] wrong!!” — NASA Scientist Dr. Leonard Weinstein who worked 35 years at the NASA Langley Research Center and finished his career there as a Senior Research Scientist. Weinstein is presently a Senior Research Fellow at the National Institute of Aerospace.

“Please remain calm: The Earth will heal itself — Climate is beyond our power to control…Earth doesn’t care about governments or their legislation. You can’t find much actual global warming in present-day weather observations. Climate change is a matter of geologic time, something that the earth routinely does on its own without asking anyone’s permission or explaining itself.” — Nobel Prize-Winning Stanford University Physicist Dr. Robert B. Laughlin, who won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1998, and was formerly a research scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

 “In essence, the jig is up. The whole thing is a fraud. And even the fraudsters that fudged data are admitting to temperature history that they used to say didn’t happen…Perhaps what has doomed the Climategate fraudsters the most was their brazenness in fudging the data” — Dr. Christopher J. Kobus, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Oakland University, specializes in alternative energy, thermal transport phenomena, two-phase flow and fluid and thermal energy systems.

“The energy mankind generates is so small compared to that overall energy budget that it simply cannot affect the climate…The planet’s climate is doing its own thing, but we cannot pinpoint significant trends in changes to it because it dates back millions of years while the study of it began only recently. We are children of the Sun; we simply lack data to draw the proper conclusions.” — Russian Scientist Dr. Anatoly Levitin, the head of geomagnetic variations laboratory at the Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radiowave Propagation of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

 “Hundreds of billion dollars have been wasted with the attempt of imposing a Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) theory that is not supported by physical world evidences…AGW has been forcefully imposed by means of a barrage of scare stories and indoctrination that begins in the elementary school textbooks.” — Brazilian Geologist Geraldo Luís Lino, who authored the 2009 book “The Global Warming Fraud: How a Natural Phenomenon Was Converted into a False World Emergency.”

“Those who call themselves ‘Green planet advocates’ should be arguing for a CO2- fertilized atmosphere, not a CO2-starved atmosphere…Diversity increases when the planet was warm AND had high CO2 atmospheric content…Al Gore’s personal behavior supports a green planet – his enormous energy use with his 4 homes and his bizjet, does indeed help make the planet greener. Kudos, Al for doing your part to save the planet.” — Renowned engineer and aviation/space pioneer Burt Rutan, who was named “100 most influential people in the world, 2004” by Time Magazine and Newsweek called him “the man responsible for more innovations in modern aviation than any living engineer.”

“I am convinced that the current alarm over carbon dioxide is mistaken … Fears about man-made global warming are unwarranted and are not based on good science.” ~ William Happer, PhD, Eugene Higgens Professor of Physics and Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor of Physics, Princeton University.

“Demonization of CO2 is irrational at best and even modest warming is mostly beneficial.  When someone says this is the warmest temperature on record. What are they talking about? It’s just nonsense. This is a very tiny change period.” “To say that climate change will be catastrophic hides a cascade of value-laden assumptions that do not emerge from empirical science.” “…there is no substantive basis for predictions of sizeable global warming due to observed increases in minor greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and chlorofluorocarbons.” “Future generations will wonder in bemused amazement that the early 21st century’s developed world went into hysterical panic over a globally averaged temperature increase of a few tenths of a degree, and, on the basis of gross exaggerations of highly uncertain computer projections combined into implausible chains of inference, proceeded to contemplate a roll-back of the industrial age.”~ Richard S. Lindzen, PhD (applied mathematics), Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Meteorology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (MIT)

Ivar Giaever, PhD (physics) Nobel Prize in Physics, speaking to a conference of other Nobel Laureates on July 1, 2015.  This is the 29 minute video on global warming wherein Giaever calls out President Obama for being “dead wrong” on global warming.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk60CUkf3Kw


“We, the undersigned scientists, maintain that the case for alarm regarding climate change is grossly overstated.  Surface temperature changes over the past century have been episodic and modest and there has been no net global warming for over a decade now.1,2 After controlling for population growth and property values, there has been no increase in damages from severe weather-related events.3 The computer models forecasting rapid temperature change abjectly fail to explain recent climate behavior.4 Mr. President [Obama], your characterization of the scientific facts regarding climate change and the degree of certainty informing the scientific debate is simply incorrect.”





















































































































  1. Swanson, K.L., and A.A.Tsonis. Geophysical Research Letters, in press:  DOI:10.1029/2008GL037022.
  2. Brohan, P., et al. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2006: DOI: 10.1029/2005JD006548. Updates at http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/temperature.
  3. Pielke, R.A. Jr., et al. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2005: DOI: 10.1175/BAMS-86-10-1481.
  4. Douglass, D. H., et al. International Journal of Climatology, 2007: DOI: 10.1002/joc.1651.

All of the above is copied from a full page of the New York Times.



Dear Mr. Secretary-General,

Re: UN climate conference taking the World in entirely the wrong direction

It is not possible to stop climate change, a natural phenomenon that has affected humanity through the ages. Geological, archaeological, oral and written histories all attest to the dramatic challenges posed to past societies from unanticipated changes in temperature, precipitation, winds and other climatic variables. We therefore need to equip nations to become resilient to the full range of these natural phenomena by promoting economic growth and wealth generation.

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued increasingly alarming conclusions about the climatic influences of human-produced carbon dioxide (CO2), a non-polluting gas that is essential to plant photosynthesis. While we understand the evidence that has led them to view CO2 emissions as harmful, the IPCC’s conclusions are quite inadequate as justification for implementing policies that will markedly diminish future prosperity. In particular, it is not established that it is possible to significantly alter global climate through cuts in human greenhouse gas emissions. On top of which, because attempts to cut emissions will slow development, the current UN approach of CO2 reduction is likely to increase human suffering from future climate change rather than to decrease it.

The IPCC Summaries for Policy Makers are the most widely read IPCC reports amongst politicians and non-scientists and are the basis for most climate change policy formulation. Yet these Summaries are prepared by a relatively small core writing team with the final drafts approved line-by-line by ­government ­representatives. The great ­majority of IPCC contributors and ­reviewers, and the tens of thousands of other scientists who are qualified to comment on these matters, are not involved in the preparation of these documents. The summaries therefore cannot properly be represented as a consensus view among experts.

Contrary to the impression left by the IPCC Summary reports:

Recent observations of phenomena such as glacial retreats, sea-level rise and the migration of temperature-sensitive species are not evidence for abnormal climate change, for none of these changes has been shown to lie outside the bounds of known natural variability.

The average rate of warming of 0.1 to 0. 2 degrees Celsius per decade recorded by satellites during the late 20th century falls within known natural rates of warming and cooling over the last 10,000 years.

Leading scientists, including some senior IPCC representatives, acknowledge that today’s computer models cannot predict climate. Consistent with this, and despite computer projections of temperature rises, there has been no net global warming since 1998. That the current temperature plateau follows a late 20th-century period of warming is consistent with the continuation today of natural multi-decadal or millennial climate cycling.

In stark contrast to the often repeated assertion that the science of climate change is “settled,” significant new peer-reviewed research has cast even more doubt on the hypothesis of dangerous human-caused global warming. But because IPCC working groups were generally instructed (see http://ipcc-wg1.ucar.edu/wg1/docs/wg1_timetable_2006-08-14.pdf) to consider work published only through May, 2005, these important findings are not included in their reports; i.e., the IPCC assessment reports are already materially outdated.

The UN climate conference in Bali has been planned to take the world along a path of severe CO2 restrictions, ignoring the lessons apparent from the failure of the Kyoto Protocol, the chaotic nature of the European CO2 trading market, and the ineffectiveness of other costly initiatives to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Balanced cost/benefit analyses provide no support for the introduction of global measures to cap and reduce energy consumption for the purpose of restricting CO2 emissions. Furthermore, it is irrational to apply the “precautionary principle” because many scientists recognize that both climatic coolings and warmings are realistic possibilities over the medium-term future.

The current UN focus on “fighting climate change,” as illustrated in the Nov. 27 UN Development Programme’s Human Development Report, is distracting governments from adapting to the threat of inevitable natural climate changes, whatever forms they may take. National and international planning for such changes is needed, with a focus on helping our most vulnerable citizens adapt to conditions that lie ahead. Attempts to prevent global climate change from occurring are ultimately futile, and constitute a tragic misallocation of resources that would be better spent on humanity’s real and pressing problems.

Yours faithfully,

Copy to: Heads of state of countries of the signatory persons.

Signatories of an open letter on the UN climate-conference

Published: Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The following are signatories to the Dec. 13th letter to the Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations on the UN Climate conference in Bali:

Don Aitkin, PhD, Professor, social scientist, retired vice-chancellor and president, University of Canberra, Australia

William J.R. Alexander, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Civil and Biosystems Engineering, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Member, UN Scientific and Technical Committee on Natural Disasters, 1994-2000

Bjarne Andresen, PhD, physicist, Professor, The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Geoff L. Austin, PhD, FNZIP, FRSNZ, Professor, Dept. of Physics, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Timothy F. Ball, PhD, environmental consultant, former climatology professor, University of Winnipeg

Ernst-Georg Beck, Dipl. Biol., Biologist, Merian-Schule Freiburg, Germany

Sonja A. Boehmer-Christiansen, PhD, Reader, Dept. of Geography, Hull University, U.K.; Editor, Energy & Environment journal

Chris C. Borel, PhD, remote sensing scientist, U.S.

Reid A. Bryson, PhD, DSc, DEngr, UNE P. Global 500 Laureate; Senior Scientist, Center for Climatic Research; Emeritus Professor of Meteorology, of Geography, and of Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin

Dan Carruthers, M.Sc., wildlife biology consultant specializing in animal ecology in Arctic and Subarctic regions, Alberta

R.M. Carter, PhD, Professor, Marine Geophysical Laboratory, James Cook University, Townsville, Australia

Ian D. Clark, PhD, Professor, isotope hydrogeology and paleoclimatology, Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa

Richard S. Courtney, PhD, climate and atmospheric science consultant, IPCC expert reviewer, U.K.

Willem de Lange, PhD, Dept. of Earth and Ocean Sciences, School of Science and Engineering, Waikato University, New Zealand

David Deming, PhD (Geophysics), Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Oklahoma

Freeman J. Dyson, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, N.J.

Don J. Easterbrook, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Geology, Western Washington University

Lance Endersbee, Emeritus Professor, former dean of Engineering and Pro-Vice Chancellor of Monasy University, Australia

Hans Erren, Doctorandus, geophysicist and climate specialist, Sittard, The Netherlands

Robert H. Essenhigh, PhD, E.G. Bailey Professor of Energy Conversion, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, The Ohio State University

Christopher Essex, PhD, Professor of Applied Mathematics and Associate Director of the Program in Theoretical Physics, University of Western Ontario

David Evans, PhD, mathematician, carbon accountant, computer and electrical engineer and head of ‘Science Speak,’ Australia

William Evans, PhD, editor, American Midland Naturalist; Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame

Stewart Franks, PhD, Professor, Hydroclimatologist, University of Newcastle, Australia

W. Gauldie, PhD, Research Professor, Hawai’i Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, School of Ocean Earth Sciences and Technology, University of Hawai’i at Manoa

Lee C. Gerhard, PhD, Senior Scientist Emeritus, University of Kansas; former director and state geologist, Kansas Geological Survey

Gerhard Gerlich, Professor for Mathematical and Theoretical Physics, Institut für Mathematische Physik der TU Braunschweig, Germany

Albrecht Glatzle, PhD, sc.agr., Agro-Biologist and Gerente ejecutivo, INTTAS, Paraguay

Fred Goldberg, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Royal Institute of Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Stockholm, Sweden

Vincent Gray, PhD, expert reviewer for the IPCC and author of The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of ‘Climate Change 2001, Wellington, New Zealand

William M. Gray, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University and Head of the Tropical Meteorology Project


Manhattan Declaration on Climate Change

“Global warming” is not a global crisis


We, the scientists and researchers in climate and related fields, economists, policymakers, and business leaders, assembled at Times Square, New York City, participating in the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change,

Resolving that scientific questions should be evaluated solely by the scientific method;

Affirming that global climate has always changed and always will, independent of the actions of humans, and that carbon dioxide (CO2) is not a pollutant but rather a necessity for all life;

Recognising that the causes and extent of recently-observed climatic change are the subject of intense debates in the climate science community and that oft-repeated assertions of a supposed ‘consensus’ among climate experts are false;

Affirming that attempts by governments to legislate costly regulations on industry and individual citizens to encourage CO2 emission reduction will slow development while having no appreciable impact on the future trajectory of global climate change.  Such policies will markedly diminish future prosperity and so reduce the ability of societies to adapt to inevitable climate change, thereby increasing, not decreasing human suffering;

Noting that warmer weather is generally less harmful to life on Earth than colder:

Hereby declare:

That current plans to restrict anthropogenic CO2 emissions are a dangerous misallocation of intellectual capital and resources that should be dedicated to solving humanity’s real and serious problems.

That there is no convincing evidence that CO2 emissions from modern industrial activity has in the past, is now, or will in the future cause catastrophic climate change.

That attempts by governments to inflict taxes and costly regulations on industry and individual citizens with the aim of reducing emissions of CO2 will pointlessly curtail the prosperity of the West and progress of developing nations without affecting climate.

That adaptation as needed is massively more cost-effective than any attempted mitigation, and that a focus on such mitigation will divert the attention and resources of governments away from addressing the real problems of their peoples.

That human-caused climate change is not a global crisis.

Now, therefore, we recommend –

That world leaders reject the views expressed by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change as well as popular, but misguided works such as “An Inconvenient Truth”.

That all taxes, regulations, and other interventions intended to reduce emissions of CO2 be abandoned forthwith.

Agreed at New York, 4 March 2008.

The following individuals, all well-trained in science and technology or climate change-related economics and policy, have allowed their names to be listed as endorsing the Manhattan Declaration on Climate Change:

  1. Bernard Abrams, MA (Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge), Cheltenham, United Kingdom
  2. Amesh A. Adalja, MD, Fellow, Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Pittsburgh, Butler, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  3. Hal Adams, MSc (Geophysics, University of Kentucky), 33 years geophysicist, Katy, Texas, U.S.A.
  4. Larry D. Agenbroad, Emeritus Professor of Geology & Quaternary Studies, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, U.S.A., Director, Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, Hot Springs, South Dakota, U.S.A.
  5. Göran Ahlgren, PhD (Organic Chemistry), Consultant, CEO, Stockholm, Sweden
  6. Don Aitkin, PhD, Professor, social scientist, retired Vice-Chancellor and President, University of Canberra, now residing in Yarralumla, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
  7. Syun-Ichi Akasofu, PhD, Professor of Physics, Emeritus and Founding Director, International Arctic Research Center of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska, U.S.A.
  8. Bruce Alexander, BSc (Geology, University of Alberta), geology, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  9. William J. R. Alexander PrEng,  Professor Emeritus, Department of Civil and Biosystems Engineering, University of Pretoria, Honorary Fellow, South African Institution of Civil Engineering, South Africa
  10. Derek Alker, BA (Hons. Geography), Quality Assurance, Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
  11. Jim Allard, MS (Electrical Engineering, Audio Signal Processing), CEO, Allard Designs Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
  12. Donald Anderson, PhD, Physical Chemist, Manager, Software North LLC, Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.A.
  13. Sheal L. Anderson, BS (Forest Mgt., Washington State University), MBA (Forest Industries Mgt., University of Oregon), Forest & Wood Products Management, Anderson & Associates, Inc., Consulting Forester, retired, Port Ludlow, Washington, U.S.A.
  14. Bjarne Andresen, PhD, physicist, Professor, The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  15. Lance Appleby, Dipl. (Computer Science), Software Development Consultant,  previously Environment Canada (EC) Upper Air Technician and Surface Observer in the High Arctic, now an EC volunteer climate recorder, Okotoks, Alberta, Canada
  16. Mike Arthur, B.Sc. (Geology), M.Sc., D.I.C. Geophysics, M.Sc. (Reservoir Evaluation & Management (Petroleum Geoengineering)), Geophysicist, Dalgety Bay, Dunfermline, Fife, U.K.
  17. David Atlan, PhD, CEO, PhenoSystems, Molecular Genetics Software, Brussels, Belgium
  18. Robert Austin, BSc, Professional Engineer, Owner – Austin Engineering, London, Ontario, Canada
  19. Hartmut Bachman, author (“The lie of the climate catastrophe – Manipulated angst as device for control”, ISBN  978-3-8280-2604-9), Hamburg, Germany
  20. Roger Baekeland, BSc.Eng. (Geology, University of Manitoba), Member of Friends of Science, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  21. Daniel Baker, BS (Computer Science), Telecommunications Tech, NOC Level 2, Otelco, Bangor, Maine, U.S.A.
  22. John W. Bales, BA, MA, PhD (Mathematics, Modeling), Professor, Tuskegee University, Waverly, Alabama, U.S.A.
  23. Eugene Balfour, BSc (Kinesiology), IT Personnel Recruiter, Senior Recruiter, Asset Computer Personnel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  24. Peter Ballantyne, PhD (Engineering, Electronics, University of Cambridge); VP R&D, Bell Laboratories (retired), Leamington Spa, United Kingdom
  25. Gregory J. Balle, B.E., MSc., PhD (Joint Aerospace Engineering and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics), Pukekohe, New Zealand
  26. Kent Barker, BSC (Mechanical Engineering), Product Design & Development, Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.A.
  27. John Barnard, PhD (Physics), Health Physics, Radiation Protection, Director Research & Technology, Acsion Industries, Pinawa, Manitoba, Canada
  28. Keith Barnes, MS (Physics), Aerospace, Sr. Technical Specialist, Northfield, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  29. David L. Barss BSc (Hon. Geology), Professional Geologist (APEGGA), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  30. Romuald Bartnik, PhD (Organic Chemistry), Professor Emeritus, University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland
  31. Colin Barton, PhD (Earth Science), former Principal Research Scientist, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Melbourne, Australia
  32. Don Basso,  BSc (Geology), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  33. Joe Bastardi, BSc, (Meteorology, Pennsylvania State), meteorologist, State College, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  34. Matthew Bastardi, BSc (Meteorology, Texas A and M University), Florida, U.S.A.
  35. Steve Bauke, BSc (Geology), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  36. Gerald Bayne, BA, BEng, Aircraft servo mechanics and electronics, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
  37. John Stanley Beard, MA., BSc, D.Phil (Oxon), Australia
  38. Ernst-Georg Beck, Dipl. Biol., Biologist, Dept. Biotechnology and Nutrition Science, Merian-Schule, Freiburg, Germany
  39. Gary Beckstrom, BS (Physics,  Utah State University 1989), Research and Health Physics, United States Navy, Ridgecrest, California, U.S.A.
  40. Pieter I. Bekker, BSc (agriculture), BSc Hon, MSc, PhD, Research and Development, Director (retired), South Africa
  41. Donald L. Bell, PE, BS (Engineering Technology, Murray State University), Chief Engineer, KenAmerican Resources, Inc., Central City, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  42. Trent Bell, MSc, Science Teacher, West Hill Secondary School, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada
  43. David Bellamy, OBE, English botanist, author, broadcaster, environmental campaigner, Hon. Professor of Botany (Geography), University of Nottingham, Hon. Prof. Faculty of Engineering and Physical Systems, Central Queensland University,  Hon. Prof. of Adult and Continuing Education, University of Durham, United Nations Environment Program Global 500 Award Winner, Dutch Order of The Golden Ark, Bishop Auckland County, Durham, U.K.
  44. Desmond Benfield, C.Chem, MRSC, retired, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  45. William R. Bennett, BS, MS, M (AAM), Ms (AAM), Director for The Kentucky Science Teachers’ Association, Professor of Chemistry and Microbiology, St, Catherine College and The University of Kentucky, St. Catherine, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  46. Walter Benstead, BS (Honors Geology), Geoscientist, Professional consultant, Benstead Geological Services Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  47. Dingo Bernatchez, CO2 Emission Control, Huntingdon Institute for Global Dynamics, Huntington, Quebec, Canada
  48. Andre Bernier, Meteorologist, WJW-TV, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
  49. Sally Bernier, Meteorologist, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
  50. Edwin Berry, PhD (Atmospheric Physics, University of Nevada), Climate Physics, LLC, Bigfork, Montanna, U.S.A.
  51. Jennifer Christine Bevan, Geologist and university science museum senior curator, Perth, Australia
  52. Glenn C. Van Bever, Esq., BS (Civil Engineering, University of Kentucky), BS (Mining Engineering, University of Kentucky), Doctorate of Juris (University of Kentucky), General Counsel, Murray Energy Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  53. I. Bhat, Professor (Tectonics, Department of Geology & Geophysics, University of Kashmir), Sprinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India
  54. Peter V. Bias, PhD (Economics), economics and applied statistics, Professor of Economics, Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida, U.S.A.
  55. Michael Biggs,  BSc (Honours), retired, Chesterfield, Berbyshire, United Kingdom
  56. Paul Biggs, BSc (Hons. Biological Sciences), CR United Kingdom Institute for Cancer Studies, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, United Kingdom
  57. Henry Blanter, BEng (Elect), Master degree (Control), Energy Management, Oztech Intelligent Systems p/l, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  58. John Blanton, MSEE, Electrical Engineer, Senior Engineer, Motorola, Santa Clara, California, U.S.A.
  59. Tom Blanton, PhD, Tectonophysics, Consultant, Blanton Associates, Larkspur, Colorado, U.S.A.
  60. John Blaylock, Computer Scientist, Computer Simulations, (retired), Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, U.S.A.
  61. John Blethen, PhD (Physics) , Nuclear Physicist, Ely, Nevada, U.S.A.
  62. Frederick Bobiasz, B.Eng., LLB, LLM, Law, retired, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  63. Ian Bock, BSc, PhD, DSc, Biological sciences (retired), Ringkobing, Denmark
  64. Sonja A. Boehmer-Christiansen, PhD, Reader, Dept. of Geography, University of Hull, Hull, United Kingdom
  65. Scott Boman, B.Sc., MA (Physics, Western Michigan University), Professor, Macomb Community College and Wayne Community College District, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.
  66. Frederick Bopp, PhD (Geology), Environmental Consulting, Owner, Earth Quest, Downingtown, Pennsylvania. U.S.A.
  67. Bruce Borders, PhD, Forest Biometrics, Professor, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, U.S.A.
  68. Christoph C. Borel, PhD, Electrical & Computer Engineer, Callaway, Ohio, U.S.A.
  69. Clyde I. Borrell, PE, BS (Civil Engineering, University of Colorado); Manager of Engineering, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  70. Lynne Bourque, BA (Environmental Science), MS (Engineering, Environmental Studies), Littleton, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  71. Stephen Bourque, BSEE, MSEE; Senior Electrical Engineer, Object Engineering, Littleton, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  72. Albert Boykiw, M.B.A., P.ENG, Energy Specialist, President, Boykiw & Company, Alberta, Canada
  73. Charles Bradley, BS (Math, Physics), MSCS, MBA, retired software engineer, Acton, Massachusettes, U.S.A.
  74. John Brand, MS (IST), Information Technology, ISSE, George Washington University, Ashburn, Virginia, U.S.A.
  75. Jim Brasher, MS (Geology, Texas A&M), Member of AAPG, Technical Lead for Middle East/North Africa Business Development for ConocoPhillips, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  76. Ian Brasslett, BS (Physics), Telecommunications, Network Operations, University of Maine, Bangor, U.S.A.
  77. Phillip Bratby, BSc, PhD, Energy consultancy, Tiverton, Devon, England, United Kingdom
  78. James Brennand, MIEEE, Electrical Engineering, Ex Electrical Manager, IPSCO, retired, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  79. Bill Brent, BSc (Electrical Engineering), Technical Writer, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.
  80. John Brignell, BSc (Eng.), PhD, Professor Emeritus of Industrial Instrumentation, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom
  81. John Brodie, BASc., MASc. (Metallurgical), P.Eng., Director Environmental Affairs, British Columbia Railway Co., Surrey, BC, Canada
  82. James Brooks, BS, PhD, Geophysics, Adelaide, Australia
  83. John W. Brosnahan, Vanderpool, Texas, U.S.A., Research Physicist (Atmospheric Remote Sensing), atmospheric science consultant, founder of Signal Hill Research, LLC., former President of Alpha/Power, Inc., founder of LaSalle Research Inc., founder of Tycho Technology Inc.
  84. Atholl Sutherland Brown, PhD (Geology, Princeton University), Regional geology, tectonics and mineral deposits, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  85. Douglas Alan Brown, PE (Engineering and Management), Douglas A Brown Consultants, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  86. Terry Brown, BSc, Chemical Engineering, partner, ParCon Consulting, Marblehead, Maryland, U.S.A.
  87. Reid A. Bryson, Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Engr., Senior Scientist, Center for Climatic Research Emeritus Prof. of Meteorology, of Geography, and of Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
  88. James Buckee, PhD (astrophysics), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  89. Dave Bufalo, Professional Engineer (Civil Engineering, retired), Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
  90. Bruce Bullough, BS (Chemical Engineering), chemical process design, pollution controls systems design, Cottage Grove, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  91. Ronald L. Burdette, BS (Mining Engineering, West Virginia University), Manager of Engineering and Chief Engineer, American Energy Corporation, Beallsville, Ohio, U.S.A.
  92. Frank Bures, Professional Engineer – Electronics, High Power Computing, Supercomputing, Manager, Electronics & Computing Facility, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  93. Tony Burns, BE Chem Eng (Hon 1), PhD Chem Eng (Gas Diffusion), Q-Skills, U.S.A.
  94. Roger Burtner, PhD (Harvard University), MS (Stanford University), Former National Science Foundation Fellow, Fellow Geological Society of America, research geologist/geochemist, Consulting geologist, former research scientist, Chevron Oil Field Research Co, R. L. Burtner & Associates, Fullerton, California, U.S.A.
  95. Everett Burts, PhD (Biological Science), Insect pest management, Professor (retired), Washington State University, Wenatchee, Washington, U.S.A.
  96. Thomas P. Byrne, Ph.D., Engineering, Investment, retired, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  97. Fred V. Byther, B.S. (Geology), Vice President of Exploration and a co-founder of Oracle Resources Ltd, Dallas, Texas
  98. Patrick D. Caldwell, MS, geology, writer, Quailwood Associates, Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
  99. Jorge Calvache, M.Sc. (Geosciences), Houston, TX, U.S.A.
  100. Thomas Calvert, B.Sc. (Mech Eng.), P. Eng., retired, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
  101. Mark Campbell, PhD (Chemical Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1987), gas phase kinetics, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, U.S.A.
  102. Nels Carlson, P.Geol., CEO Energy Venture Inc, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  103. Jeff H. Carlton, BS (Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology); Manager, Longwall Equipment, American Energy Corporation, Beallsville, Ohio, U.S.A.
  104. Craig Carmichael, B.Sc., D.C., Internet Provider, Owner, silonet.ca, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada
  105. David Carr, BSc (Electrical Engineering), Bristol, United Kingdom
  106. Dan Carruthers, M.Sc., wildlife biology consultant specializing in animal ecology in Arctic and Subarctic regions, Alberta, Canada
  107. Seymour Caruthers, Engineer, Nuclear Science, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  108. Richard Ceen, BS (Electronic Engineering), BS (Physical Oceanography), FIMarEST, MIET, Marine Engineering, Liquid Gas Transportation, Technical Director, Seatechnik Ltd., Hawarden, United Kingdom
  109. David Chabot, Software Engineer, Québec, Québec, Canada
  110. John Chapman, BSc, FCIM, P.Eng, Geology and Mining, Business Principal, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  111. Alan Cheetham, M.A.Sc., Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
  112. Peter Cherniavsky, BEng (Mechanical, UBC), past President and Chairman, BC Sugar Refining Co., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  113. Michael N. Chernoff, P. Geol. (Alberta) and a P.Eng. (BC), 50 years working geologist, West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  114. George V. Chilingar, PhD, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
  115. Toma Christian, PhD, Physicist (retired), Essen, Germany
  116. Jens Ole Christiansen, Diplom Engeneer, Strategic planning, Bankdata, Fredericia, Denmark
  117. Ian D. Clark, PhD, Professor (isotope hydrogeology and paleoclimatology), Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  118. James Clarke, BS (Meteorology), TV-Meteorologist, WZVN-TV, Ft. Myers, Florida, U.S.A.
  119. Robert Clay, BS (Earth Sciences/Geology), Natural Gas Exploration, Penn State University, West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  120. Charles A. Clough, BS (Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), MS (Atmospheric Science, Texas Tech University), former (to 2006) Chief of the US Army Atmospheric Effects Team at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland; now residing in Bel Air, Maryland, U.S.A.
  121. Michael Clover, PhD (experimental  nuclear physics); Computer Simulation, Senior Scientist, Science Applications International Corp., San Diego, California, U.S.A.
  122. Kevin R. Coffman, BS (Geology), Geologist, Vice-President Exploration, Protégé Energy, LLC E&P Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
  123. Jeremy Colman, BS, PhD, Perth, Western Australia
  124. Martin Coniglio, Meteorologist, KUSA-TV, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
  125. Jeremy Cooke, BSc, MSc, MBA, Internet Technology, Dublin, Ireland
  126. Denis Cooper, BSc. Dphil, Chemistry, Maidenhead, Berkshire, United Kingdom
  127. Ted Cooper, B.A. (Geology,), M.B.A., retired, Powell River, British Colombia, Canada
  128. Paul Copper, BSc, MSc, PhD, DIC, FRSC, Professor Emeritus, Department of Earth Sciences, Laurentian University Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
  129. Allan Cortese, meteorological researcher and spotter for the National Weather Service, retired computer professional, Billerica, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  130. Gerry Crawford, PhD (Engineering), P.Eng., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  131. William Crawford, B.Sc. P.Eng., Metallurgical Engineering, retired, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
  132. Susan Crockford, PhD (Zoology/Evolutionary Biology/Archaeozoology), Adjunct Professor (Anthropology/Faculty of Graduate Studies), University of Victoria, Victoria, British Colombia, Canada
  133. Edmund M. Cudworth, MBA, MS (Physics), electrochemistry, CEO, Electrolytic Technologies Corp, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.
  134. Claude Culross, PhD (Organic Chemistry), retired, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A.
  135. Lester Currie, MSc (Geology), retired, Pender Island, British Columbia, Canada
  136. Dalcio K. Dacol, PhD (physics, University of California at Berkeley), physicist at the US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  137. Dave Dahl, BSc (Meteorology, Florida State University), Chief Meteorologist, 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS/KSTP-TV, Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  138. Richard Dale, MA (Cantab), Natural Sciences (Geology), St Columb Major, Cornwall, United Kingdom
  139. Ronald Arthur Davidson, BSc, MD, MPH, ABPM (AM), CD, National Security Infrastructure Partnership, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  140. Tom Davidson, PhD ABD (Chemical Physics), Hazardous Materials, Chemist, Defense Logistics Agency, Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A.
  141. Terry Davis, BSc, MComm, Sydney, Australia
  142. José Carlos de Almeida Azevedo, PhD (Physics, MIT), Consulting, former President, University of Brasilia, Brasilia, Federal District,  Brazil
  143. Willem De Lange, PhD, MSc(Hons), Dphil (Computer and Earth Sciences), Senior Lecturer in Earth and Ocean Sciences, Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand
  144. John Daniel Defoe, BA (Physical Geography, Sunny, Buffalo), Electrical Engineer, Lexmark, Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  145. David C. DeGagne, BSc, C.E.T, Vice President Corporate Development, Noise Solutions Inc, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  146. James DeMeo, Ph.D. (University of Kansas, Geography, Climate, Environmental Science), retired University Professor, now in Private Research, Ashland, Oregon, U.S.A.
  147. David Deming, PhD (Geophysics), Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
  148. Paolo DePetrillo, MD, BS (Biology), MD, Private equity, General Partner, Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A.
  149. Roger Dewhurst, M.App.Sc, Environmental Geology, Geologist, Auckland, New Zealand
  150. Robin Dobos, PhD, Animal Science, modelling, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
  151. Drew Dodd, BS (Mechanical Engineering), Manager, Process Research and Development, Corning, Inc., Hickory, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  152. Charles Dougherty, B. Eng. (Mechanical Engineering – South Dakota School of Mines and Technology), Engineering Manager (retired), E I DuPont DeNemours and Co Inc, Pennsylvania, currently residing in Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  153. Floyd Doughty, MS (University of Florida), Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  154. Jonathan Drake, BSc (Hons. Physics), Geological Exploration Instrumentation, Senior Electronics Physicist, Loughborough, United Kingdom
  155. Alan Drew, PhD (Physics), Leverhulme Fellow in Molecular and Materials Physics, University of London, London, United Kingdom
  156. Seymour Dubroff, Doctor of Medicine (retired), Chevy Chase, Maryland, U.S.A.
  157. Mark Duchamp, Renewable Energy Manager, Iberica 2000, Partida La Sella, Spain
  158. Geoffrey Duffy, DEng, PhD, BSc, ASTC Dip, Professor of Chemical Engineering, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
  159. Jonathan DuHamel, BS (Geological Engineering) MS (Geology), Mineral Exploration & Development, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.
  160. Michael Dunn, BS, MS, MAA  (aeronautics & astronautics), defense industry, system engineer, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
  161. Robert Durrenberger, PhD, former Arizona State Climatologist and President of the American Association of State Climatologists, Professor Emeritus of Geography, Arizona State University; Sun City, Arizona, U.S.A..
  162. Freeman J. Dyson, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A.
  163. Don J. Easterbrook, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Geology, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, U.S.A.
  164. Roderick Eaton, MBA, DMS, FIET (UK), Consultant Energy Industry Analyst, Fellow of the Institute of Engineering & Technology, Melksham, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
  165. Timothy J. Eddy, BS (Electrical Engineering Technology, Fairmont State College), Mine Manager and Superintendent, American Energy Corporation, Beallsville, Ohio, U.S.A.
  166. Geoffrey Edwards, BSc Hons, Retired, Bromsgrove, United Kingdom
  167. Theo Eichten, PhD; Managing Director, Yoshihiro Tsunemi, Ismaning, Munich, Germany
  168. John Elliot, BSc (Chemistry and Geology), M Sc (Geology, University of Auckland), Diploma in Geoscience (mineral economics, Macquarie University, NSW), Anzeco Pty. Limited, mineral exploration consulting services, Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia
  169. Lance Endersbee (deceased, October 1, 2009) , AO, Emeritus Professor, former Dean of Engineering and Pro-Vice Chancellor of Monasy University, Past President – Engineers Australia, Frankston, Victoria, Australia
  170. Per Engene, PhD, Biologist, Valenvegen, Norway
  171. Todd Erickson, BS (Computer Science), Software Systems Consulting, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
  172. Robert H. Essenhigh, PhD, E.G. Bailey Professor of Energy Conversion, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, The Ohio State University,  Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A.
  173. David Evans, PhD (EE), MSc (Stat), MSc (EE), MA (Math), BE (EE), BSc,  mathematician, carbon accountant, computer and electrical engineer and head of ‘Science Speak’, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  174. Gordon Evans, BS (Meteorology, Texas A&M University), MS (Soil Science, Texas A&M University), 30 yrs as environmental consultant on natural earth systems and processes and industrial pollution, including management of several advanced atmospheric modeling and measurement projects, Environmental Manager, The Texas A&M University System, College Station, Texas, U.S.A.
  175. Thomas Arnold Percy Eyre, CD, MSc, NavE, MCSSE, PEng, Consulting Engineer, Climatology, The P Sub H Systems Group of Companies, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  176. Gerald D. Fankhauser, AS (Electronic Technology), BS (Engineering Technology, Franklin University), Chief Electrical Engineer, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  177. Oscar Fann, College Degree, Media (television), Chief Meteorologist, WTVY-TV (CBS), Dothan, Alabama, U.S.A.
  178. Donald W. Farley, P.Eng, M.Eng. (Water Resources Engineering & Hydrology), Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
  179. Michael Farris, BS (Mechanical Engineering), Mechanical Integrity of Pressure Equipment, McNeese State University, The Woodlands, Texas, U.S.A.
  180. Julie Fasano, Professor, Anatomy & Physiology and Biology, Germanna Community College, Fredericksburg, Virginia, U.S.A.
  181. Christopher K. Fay, DPhil (Oxford), Information Technology, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  182. John Ferguson, BSc, PhD. ARCST, DipHE, Ceng, Computer Control Systems & Mathematical Modelling (retired), Berwick, United Kingdom
  183. Tammy Ferguson, PhD (Microbiology/Immunology), Molecular Biology, Danville, Virginia, U.S.A.
  184. Bob Fernley, HNC Engineering (Mechanical and Production), Mechanical Engineering, retired, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  185. Eduardo Ferreyra, Founder, Climate Researcher and Web Master – Argentinean Foundation for a Scientific Ecology, Córdoba, Argentina
  186. Karel Ferus, BSc, Market Research, VP Information Technology, Matrix Research Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  187. Charles Festel, BS, Web Program Manager, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Research and Development, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  188. David Fieghen, Professional Engineer, Independent Program Consultant, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  189. Tony Finn, BSc ,PhD, Chemistry Research and Development, CEO (commercial organization), Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, United Kingdom
  190. David John Finney, BTech, MRSC, C Chemistry, Food Technologist & Ice Chemist, Unilever PLC Senior Scientist (retired), Tauranga, New Zealand
  191. Robin Flockton, President SD&G Certified Forest Owners Inc. and Glengarry Public Affairs Forum, Apple Hill, Ontario, Canada
  192. Arthur Lloyd Flood, BSc (Geological Engineering, University of Saskatchewan), Director  and Treasurer, Friends of Science, Director, Owner CEL (an international private exploration company), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  193. Charles Folland, BSc, Soil Scientist, Abbotsham, Bideford, Devon, United Kingdom
  194. Gordon Ford, BSc, PEng, Natural Resources, Mining (retired), Salt Spring Island, Britixh Columbia, Canada
  195. John R. Forrelli, B. Eng. (mining engineering, West Virginia University), Vice President, Engineering, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  196. Derek Foster, BS, Technical Publications, retired, Nottingham, United Kingdom
  197. Robert Jacomb Foster, BE (Adelaide University), palaeoclimatologist and energy economist, Director Lavoisier Group; past Councillor Royal Society of Victoria and Victorian Institute of Marine Science, Melbourne, Australia
  198. Louis Fowler, BS (Mathematics), MA (Physics), 33 years in environmental measurements (Ambient Air Quality Measurements), Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
  199. Frans Franken, MSc, Mechanical Engineering, Turbines, Energy, Technical University of Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands
  200. Stephen Frazier, PhD (Chemistry), General Chemistry, Technical Director, TekQuest Industries, Sanford, Florida, U.S.A.
  201. Peter Freeburg, BS (Mechanical/Ocean Engineering, graduate study in turbulence modeling), Project Manager, North Kingstown, Rhode Island, U.S.A.
  202. George Freedman, Doctorate, Dentistry, Professor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  203. James Freeman, BSc (Operations Research and Computer Analysis), Pilot, Pensacola, Florida, U.S.A.
  204. John A. Freeman, Jr., Medical Doctor, Radiology, Private Practice, Venice, Florida, U.S.A.
  205. Norm Froman, BS (Geology), MS (Geostatics), President – Geotechnologies Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  206. Stan Frost, BSc (Engineering Physics), Radiation & Environmental Protection, Safety, Former VP, Environment & Safety, Cameco Corp.; Current chairman – Saskatchewan Radiation Health & Safety Committee, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  207. Gordon Fulks, PhD (Physics, University of Chicago), cosmic radiation, solar wind, electromagnetic and geophysical phenomena, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.
  208. Kenton Fuller, BS, M.EngSc (Environmental Engineering), MRACI (Member The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Inc.), Chartered Chemist, Chemical Industry Assoc, CEO, retired,  Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  209. Brian Gallagher, Engineer, MBA, Consultant, Pointe Claire, Québec, Canada
  210. Maureen T. Gallagher, PhD, (Geology, Micropaleontology), Consultant, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  211. Michel Ganivet, PhD, Energy, Vice Président, Société Française D’énergie Nucléaire, Aix en Provence, France
  212. Rigoberto Garcia, MC, Climate Change and Urban Sustainability, Doctorate Student, El Colegio de México, México City, DF, México
  213. Marc Garrett, BS (Electrical Engineering), MBA, Computer Science, Qualtiy King, Bellport, New York, U.S.A.
  214. George Gaskin, BSc (Eng), retired, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  215. Roger F. Gay, MSBE (Master of Science in Bioengineering, Texas A&M University), Stockholm, Sweden (US citizen)
  216. Keith Gelling, PhD (Physics), Hong Kong, China
  217. Lee C. Gerhard, PhD, Senior Scientist Emeritus, University of Kansas, past director and state geologist, Kansas Geological Survey, U.S.A.
  218. Gerhard Gerlich, Professor, Dr. rer. nat. Dipl.Phys., Mathematical Physics, Universitätsprofessor a. D., Inst. f. Math. Physik der TU Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany
  219. David Ghen, MS/Physics/PSU, Underwater Acoustics, VP/Chief Scientist (retired), Analysis & Technology/Engineering Technology Center, Mystic, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  220. Emma Gibbs, PhD, Neuroscientist, Director, International Climate Science Coalition, London, United Kingdom/New Zealand
  221. Perry Glaister, PhD (Geology, Northwestern University, Illinois), B.Sc. (Geology), Research Scientist (retired), Esso Resources Canada Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  222. Albrecht Glatzle, PhD, ScAgr, Agro-Biologist and Gerente ejecutivo, Tropical pasture research and land use management, INTTAS, Asunción, Paraguay
  223. Ken Godard, PhD (Chemical Engineer), retired, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  224. Harry Goff, B.Sc. (Hons), MBA, Dip Ag, Grad Dip OSH, Environmental Manager, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  225. Michael Goguen, Engineering Technology, RF & Fibre Optics Calibration, Senior Metrologist, Anritsu, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  226. Indur M. Goklany, PhD (Electrical Eng, Michigan State University), climate policy analyst, Vienna, Virginia, U.S.A.
  227. Wayne Goodfellow, PhD (Earth Science), Ocean Evolution, Paleoenvironments, Adjunct Professor, Senior Research Scientist, University of Ottawa, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  228. Elizabeth Goodnough, BS, (Geological Engineering), Environmental Engineering, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Western Fuels-Wyoming, Inc., Gillette, Wyoming, U.S.A.
  229. Al Gordon, PEng, GR Petrology Consultants Inc, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  230. Matt Gose, Geologist, Energy Exploration, VP Exploration, Retamco Operating, Red Lodge, Montana, U.S.A.
  231. Roger Graves, Ph.D. (Physics), Software development, President, Davion Systems Ltd, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  232. David Gray, PhD (Electrical Engineering, Stanford University), Electromagnetic Wave Transmission (in Atmosphere, and fiber), Assistant Professor Engineering, Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  233. Mark Gray, B.Sc. (University of Waterloo), Information Technology, President, Ethix Consulting Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  234. Thomas B. Gray, MS, Meteorology, retired, USAF, Yachats, Oregon, U.S.A.
  235. William Gray, PhD (Physics), Retired, Champaign, Illinois, U.S.A.
  236. Wayne Greer, MD, STAEDTLER (NZ) LTD, Auckland, New Zealand
  237. Ken Gregory, P.Eng., BA (Applied Science – Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  238. Brad Griffeth, BS (Atmospheric Science), transportation forecasting, Grand Forks, North Dakota, U.S.A.
  239. George E. Grimshaw, B. Eng. (mining engineering, Pennsylvania State University), Preparation Engineer, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  240. Arne W. Gronhaug, Cand. Real (MSc equivalent, University of Oslo), consulting geologist (retired), Norwegian Road Research Laboratory, Oslo, Norway
  241. Christopher Gross, BA (Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics), Computer Technology and Meteorology, Data Center Administrator, West Babylon, New York, U.S.A.
  242. Luigi Guarino, MS (Aerospace Engineer), Singapore City, Singapore
  243. Trevor Gunter, BA, BSc, MEd (Information Technology), Grad. Dip Ed, Education, Network Manager, Denison College, Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia
  244. Amlan Gupta, B. Eng. (Mech), MBA, President, CG2 NanoCoatings Inc., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  245. Alois Haas, PhD, DSc., Professor Emeritus, nuclear chemistry, University of Zurich, President – Swiss Society Paracelsus, Switzerland
  246. Luther Haave, BSc (Physics, University of Alberta), 40 years working in broadcast engineering, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  247. Magnus Hagelstam, Engineer, IT, Self-employed, Sjundea, Finland
  248. Robert Hagerty, PhD (University of California at Berkeley), Aerospace Engineering and Applied Physics, Reaction Engineering, Senior Engineering Associate, Major Chemical Company, La Porte, Texas, U.S.A.
  249. Kevin Haidl, BSc. (Chemistry, University of British Columbia), BA (Philosophy, University of British Columbia), software developer, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  250. Dave Haisell, BSc, PAg, Education, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
  251. Mark Hall, PhD, Engineer, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Midlothian, Texas, U.S.A.
  252. Matthew M. Hammer, Geophysicist, Corpus Christi, Texas, U.S.A.
  253. Charles Hammons, PhD (Applied Mathematics), systems/software engineering, modeling & simulation, design, Consultant, Coyle, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
  254. Chris Hanning, MD, Sleep Medicine, University of Hospitals of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom
  255. Ted Hanbury, M.Eng., Nuclear Design, retired, Burlington, Ontario, Canada
  256. Alan Hannaford, Chartered Structural Engineer, Institution of Structural Engineers, Exeter, Devonshire, United Kingdom
  257. Douglas Hansen, BS (Geology), MS (Mining Eng.), Global Air Pollution, retired, Bellevue, Washington, U.S.A.
  258. John Harper, BS (Chemical Engineering), Seal Beach, California, U.S.A.
  259. Raymond Harper, C.Eng, M.I.C.E., M.I.H.T., Local Authority, retired, Swindon, United Kingdom
  260. Robert Harrell, BS (Chemical Engineering), Environment Mgr, retired, GA. Institute of Technology, Brevard, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  261. Peter Harris, retired engineer, Eumundi, Queensland, Australia
  262. Ted Harris, B Eng. (Civil, McGill University, Montreal), retired, Ottawa, Canada
  263. James Harris, B.Sc. (Electrical Engineering), Video Specialist, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  264. Ian Hart, Engineer, Lancashire, United Kingdom
  265. René Hartman, Bachelor in Electrics/Electronics, ICT, owner HAC-Maarssen, Maarssen, The Netherlands
  266. Thomas Hatfield, MSEE, Systems Engineering, Department of Defense, Gainesville, Virginia, U.S.A.
  267. John Hathway, BS (Chem. Eng.), Oil & Gas, Chief Process Consultant, Inst. Of Chemical Engineers, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  268. Anthony Hawes, BSc (Agriculture), agriculture, Owner/Director Ag Biotech Australia P/L, Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
  269. Michael Haylen, BA, Masters (Environmental Studies), Environmental Earth Science, New South Wales, Australia
  270. Ross Hays, Atmospheric Scientist, NASA Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility, Palestine, Texas, U.S.A.
  271. David Heath, Master of Engineering, Consulting, President, Summerland, British Columbia, Canada
  272. Hebert, PhD, Faculty for Chemistry and Physics, Institut fur Angewandte Physik, Freiberg, Germany
  273. Wilfried Heck, Dipl. Ingenieur, Elektrotechnik, Darmstadt, Germany
  274. Roy A. Heidelbach, BS (Mining Engineering, West Virginia University); Assistant Vice President, Operations, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  275. Werner Heilmann, PhD, Research and Development, Pharmaceutical Industry, Wuppertal, Germany
  276. Allen M. Heinrich, MS (Geology), Consultant, Petrolific Exploration, Castle Rock, Colorado, U.S.A.
  277. Kurt Helin, M.Sc., Engineering, Self-employed, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  278. Peter Heller, PhD (Astrophysics), Consultant, Lehrte, Niedersachsen, Germany,
  279. Roger Helmer, BA, MA (Mathematics, Cambridge University), MEP (British Conservative Member of the European Parliament (sits on the “Temporary Committee on Climate Change”), Brussels, Belgium
  280. Roy Henriksen, BS (Natural Science, University of Minnesota), Science Teacher (retired), School District 59 Peace River South, Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada
  281. Svend-Erik Hendriksen, Nobel Peace Prize recipient 1988, Greenland Art Review (GLAR), weather observer (Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI)), Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
  282. Thomas Heuse, Geologist, Dr. rer. nat., Regional Geology, Research Assistant, Geological Survey of Thuringia, Jena/Weimar, Thuringia, Germany
  283. Malcolm Heymer, BS (Civil Engineering), MS (Transportation Engineering, Leeds University, England), Dereham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
  284. David W. Hibbs, BS (Mining Engineering), Master of Mining Engineering (University of Kentucky), Director, Engineering, Utah American Energy Inc., Price, Utah, U.S.A.
  285. Acle Hicks, BS, MS (Physics, University of California, Los Angeles), Laser Technology, Engineering Director, Coherent Laser, Inc, retired, Cupertino, California U.S.A.
  286. Hug Hienz, PhD, (Chemistry, University of Mainz, Germany), former Professor of Organic Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Germany
  287. Charles Higley, PhD (Biochemistry), Science teacher, Wheeling, West Virginia, U.S.A.
  288. Paul B. Hill, BS (Civil Engineering, University of Illinois); President and Chief Executive Officer, Utah American Energy, Inc., Price, Utah, U.S.A.
  289. Dale Hill, MS (Nuclear Chemistry, OSU),  Inertial Confinement Fusion, Scientist V, General Atomics, San Diego, California, U.S.A.
  290. Ian Hilliar, MB, BS, General Medicine, GP Sanctuary Point, New South Wales, Australia
  291. Ted Hinds, BS (Engineering Science), MS (Atmospheric Science), PhD (Physical Ecology, U. Washington, Seattle), Quantitative empirical analyses regarding climatological, meteorological, and ecological responses to environmental stresses, consultant for USA EPA research on global climate change program. Senior Research Scientist, retired, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington, U.S.A.
  292. Edward L. Hinton, MSE (Master of Science in Engineering), software, Engineer, Manchester, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
  293. Louis Hissink M.Sc. M.A.I.G., Editor, AIG News and Consulting Geologist, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  294. Mark Hladik, Geophysicist, Consultant, Casper, Wyoming, U.S.A.
  295. Jeffrey Hoback, BS (Mechanical Engineering), Information Technology, Engineer, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
  296. James Hofmann, MD, BS (Biology), Anesthesiology, Assistant Professor, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.
  297. Geoffrey Holah, PhD (Physics, University of Reading), (retired), Formerly solid state physics, infrared physics and measurement of atmospheric temperature from satellites, (1967 to 1973). Reading University, Heriot-Watt University, Emory University, Georgia Tech. Northampton, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
  298. Martin Hoppe, PhD (Chemistry), Fusion Energy Research, Scientist VII, General Atomics, San Diego, California, U.S.A.
  299. Jason Hoskin, BS (Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas), MS (Experimental and Molecular Pathology, University Southern California, Texas Tech  University) Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.
  300. Jonathan House, BSc (Computer Science), Medical IT, Director, Amirsys, Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.
  301. Stanley M. Howard, PhD (Metallurgical Engineering (chemical processing focus)), Professor of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, South Dakota, U.S.A.
  302. Steven Howard, BS (Engineering Science), MS (Electrical Engineering), business computer systems developer, Burlington, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  303. Dave Howard, Electronics Engineering, Industrial Communications, President, Nexus Technologies Group, Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada
  304. James F. Howard, PhD (Geology), Environmental Consulting (retired), Owensboro, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  305. Bill Howell, Bachelor of Applied Science (Chemical Engineering, University of Calgary), Master of Applied Science (Chemical Engineering, University of Ottawa), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  306. Alexander Hrin, Graduate Student (Applied Physics, Colorado School of Mines), Golden, Colorado, U.S.A.
  307. William Hudnall, BS (Civil Engineering), BS (Petroleum Engineering), Juris Doctor, Attorney, Self Employed, Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.
  308. Warwick S. Hughes, MSc Hon. (University of Auckland, New Zealand), geologist (retired), Canberra, Australia
  309. Ole Humlum, PhD, Physical Geography, Professor, University of Oslo, Norway
  310. Paul Huntbourne, BSc (Hons, Geology), IT Modelling, London, United Kingdom
  311. Mark A. Hurt, MD, Creve Coeur, Missouri, U.S.A.
  312. Clayton Hunt, BSc (Geography/Geology), retired Oil and Gas Analytical Laboratory, Breton, Alberta, Canada
  313. Paul Huntbourne, BSc (Hon. Geology), IT Modeling, London, United Kingdom
  314. Alan Hunter, RPF (Registered Professional Forester), Quesnel, British Colombia, Canada
  315. John Hunter,  FCOptom, Optometrist, Practice Owner, Aerospace, Senior Engineer, Bombardier, Inc., Leeds, United Kingdom,
  316. Michael Hutchins, BS (Pure Math), MS (Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Carlisle, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  317. Sherwood B. Idso, PhD, President, Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, Tempe, Arizona, U.S.A.
  318. Elizabeth Innes, PhD, Scientist, Senior Chemist, Health Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  319. Steve Hynek, BS (Meteorology), Air Quality, Air Quality Analyst, Dairyland Power Cooperative, La Crosse, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
  320. Colin Jack, BSEE, Director of Engineering, Dixie Escalante REA, St. George, Utah, U.S.A.
  321. Barrie Jackson, Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  322. Derryck Jackson, owner, certified green hydro-electric plants (4), President, Executive House Power Corp., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  323. Albert F. Jacobs, MS, P.Geology, retired geologist, co-founder Friends of Science, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  324. Mark Jancin, BA (Geology), environmental consultant, State College, Pennsylvania, U.S.A
  325. Richard Jaworski, BSc, MSc, DIC, Geology, Consultant, London, United Kingdom
  326. Dennis Jensen, BS (Applied Physics) RMIT, MSc (Melbourne), PhD (Monash), Physics, Materials Science, Defence Analysis, Previously Research Scientist (CSIRO and DSTO), Member of Parliament, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  327. Jorgen Jensen, MS (Civil/Structural), Consulting Engineer, President, Villholth Jensen & Assoc. Ltd., North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  328. Marc Jeric, MS, PhD (University of California, Los Angeles), Engineering, retired, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
  329. David Jezeph, BS, MS, Water Resources, Chief, UN Regional Commission, retired, Bangkok, Thailand
  330. Kendall Johnson, PhD (Physics), Infrared Calibration Engineer, Space Synamics Laboratory, North Logan, Utah, U.S.A.
  331. Rick Johnson, MS (Economics), Government Policy, Senior Economist, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  332. Simon Johnson, M.Sc., Geologist, Company Director, Auckland, New Zealand
  333. Terrell Johnson, BS (Zoology), MS (Wildlife & Range Resources), Air & Water Quality, Principal Environmental Engineer, Green River, Wyoming, U.S.A.
  334. Clifford Johnson, MSc, Geology, retired, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  335. Andrew Johnson, B.E.Sc. (Civil), M.Eng. (Structural), MBA, Consulting Engineering (Structural Engineer), Senior Structural Engineer & Senior Project Lead,  Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  336. Marion K. Jones, Consulting Petroleum Geologist, Billings, Montana, U.S.A.
  337. Lloyd Jones, BSc, IT Consulting Practice, West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  338. Solans Filella José, Geologist (University of Barcelona), Barcelona, Spain
  339. William Junga, PhD (Economics), Economic Forecasting, Economist, Bill Junga Economics, Waterbury, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  340. Bjorn Justnes, BSc, MSc, Electronic Design, Oslo, Norway
  341. Adri Kalisvaart, MSEE (electrical), engineer, car engine pressure transducer specialist, Lincoln, Rhode Island, U.S.A.
  342. Charles R. Kaluger, Chief Engineer and Manager of Transportation, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  343. Bill Kappel, BS (Physical Science-Geology), BS (Meteorology), Storm Analysis, Climatology, Operation Forecasting, Vice President/Senior Meteorologist for Applied Weather Associates, LLC, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, U.S.A.
  344. Erik Kari, BS (Industrial Technology), Director of Operations, Ramsey, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  345. Wibjörn Karlén, PhD, Emeritus Professor, Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
  346. Joel M. Kauffman, PhD (Organic Chemistry, M.I.T.), Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  347. Donald Kautz, PhD (Engineering Safety), MPH, MBA, MS, Industrial Hygiene Safety Officer, Arizona Department of Health Services, Phoenix, U.S.A.
  348. David Kear, PhD, FRSNZ, CMG, geologist, former Director-General of NZ Dept. of Scientific & Industrial Research, Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
  349. Harald Kehl, PD Dr. rer. nat., Ecosystem Analysis, Lecturer, Researcher, Berlin, Germany
  350. Ray Kester, BSc (Engineering), Masters (Engineering), Kincardine, Ontario, Canada
  351. Leonid Khilyuk, PhD, Professor of Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
  352. Diane Kidd,  BSc (Hons, Biochemistry), Pharmaceutical, Minster-on-Sea, Kent, United Kingdom
  353. Jack B. King, EE (University of Detroit), Systems Integrator, President, King Associates, Irvine, California, U.S.A.
  354. Robert E. Kissick, BS (Agronomy, Kansas State University), retired, Lindsborg, Kansas, U.S.A.
  355. Kevin Klimek, BS (Biology, University of Michigan), MD (University of Michigan), Anesthesiologist, Northville, Michigan, U.S.A.
  356. Klaus Knüpffer, Dipl (Meteorology), Meteorologist, weather forecasting, Company Manager, METEO SERVICE w.r. GmBH, Berllin, Germany
  357. Dietrich E. Koelle, PhD, Systems Engineering Consultant (Paleoclimate, Climate Cycles), Ottobrunn, Germany
  358. Jan J.H. Kop, MSc, Ceng, FICE (Civil Engineer Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers), Emeritus Professor of Sanitary Engineering, TechnicalUniversity Delft, The Netherlands
  359. W.J. Kouffeld, PhD, Emeritus Professor – Energy Conversion, Technical University Delft, Driebergen, The Netherlands
  360. James Kramer, MS (Physics, University of Wisconsin), Computer Software Development Consultant, Nobilo Technology, Albany, Oregon, U.S.A.
  361. Gerhard Kramm, Dr. rer. nat. (Meteorology), Theoretical Meteorology, Research Faculty, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, U.S.A.
  362. Wayne Kraus, PhD (Chemical Engineering), Mathematical Simulation, Kraus Consulting Inc, Littleton, Colorado, U.S.A.
  363. Gary Kubat, BS (Atmospheric Science), MS (Atmospheric Science), professional meteorologist last 18 years, O\’Fallon, Illinois, U.S.A.
  364. Robert P. Kudlawiec, PE, BS (Mining Engineering, Pennsylvania State University), MBA (Wheeling University), Manager Environmental Compliance, Ohio American Energy Inc, Wheeling, West Virginia, U.S.A.
  365. Joseph Kunc, PhD, Molecular Physics, Professor, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
  366. James Kurtz, PhD (Inorganic Chemistry, Syracuse University), Postdoctoral (Chemical Kinetics, Purdue University), Industrial Research and Development, Idaho Falls, Idaho, U.S.A.
  367. Victor Kutcher, BS, MBA, DDS, DPerio, Dentistry, Burlington, Ontario, Canada
  368. Olav M. Kvalheim, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Univ. of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
  369. Cornelis Kwantes, retired mining/petroleum engineer (Technical University, Delft, The Netherlands), Dordogne, France
  370. Nicholas Kydonieus, MS (Chemical Engineering); Chemical Engineering Research, retired, West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A.
  371. Kathleen R. Lack, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Barnardsville, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  372. Richard Lafford, AS Met, Pilot, Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, Rochester, New York, U.S.A.
  373. Erwin Lalik, PhD (crystallography), materials science and heterogeous catalysis, Instutute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Science, Krakow, Poland
  374. Edwin D. Lane, BS (Mechanical Engineering, University of Missouri at Rolla/Missouri); Vice President, Sales, The American Coal Sales Company, Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  375. Roar Larsen, Dr.ing.(PhD), Chief scientist, and adjunct professor, Chemical Engineering, SINTEF and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
  376. Rune B. Larsen, PhD (Geology, Geochemistry), Associate Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway
  377. Geoffery Larsen, BSc, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  378. Marek Laube, MS (Chemistry), Analytical Chemistry, Litvinov, Czechoslovakia Republic
  379. Ryan Lavelle, BEng (Hons), Financial Services, London, United Kingdom
  380. Carol Law, MS (Geochemistry), International Oil and Gas Exploration, Manager, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  381. Ross D. Lawrence, BASc (Geological Engineering), P.Eng, Principal Consultant, Watts, Griffis & McOuat, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  382. Rod Lawry, BSc (Met) RMIT, Process Design & Management, Project Manager, SDF P/L, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  383. The Rt. Hon. Lord Lawson of Blaby, economist; Chairman of the Central Europe Trust; former Chancellor of the Exchequer, United Kingdom
  384. James Lea, PhD (Mechanical Engineering), Energy, Consultant, former head of Petroleum Engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas, U.S.A.
  385. Douglas Leahey, PhD, meteorologist and air-quality consultant, President – Friends of Science, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  386. Lee Morrison, BE (Geol), Geologist and engineer, retired Member of Parliament, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  387. James Lee, BASc. P.Eng, Oil Industry, retired,  Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  388. Donald Leenknegt, Master of Physics, Bierbeek-Lovenjoel, Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium
  389. Daniel A. LePage, BSc (Biology, University of Saskatchewan), Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  390. Peter C. LePort, MD, Fountain Valley, California, U.S.A.
  391. Barry E. Lerner, BS, MA, DPM, JD, Rye, New York, U.S.A.
  392. Marcel Leroux, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Climatology, University of Lyon, former director of Laboratory of Climatology, Risks and Environment, France
  393. John Levings, BS (Geology/Geophysics, University of Tasmania), The Gap, Queensland, Australia
  394. John David Lewis, PhD, Research Scholar in History and Classics, Social Philosophy and Policy center, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, U.S.A.
  395. Bryan Leyland, M.Sc., FIEE, FIMechE, FIPENZ, MRSNZ, consulting engineer (power), Secretary – International Climate Science Coalition, Auckland, New Zealand
  396. Tom Lidkea, BASc, MASc, Environmental Engineering, retired, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  397. Edward Liebsch, MS (Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University), BA (Earth Science & Chemistry, St. Cloud State University), Air Quality, Meteorology, Senior Air Quality Scientist, HDR, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  398. Brian Likewise, BS (Architectural Engineering, WY PE 11068), Civil Engineer, Gillette, Wyoming, U.S.A.
  399. Alan Limmer, PhD (Chemistry), Fellow, New Zealand Institute of Chemists, Hastings, New Zealand
  400. Jeff Limón, MS (Electrical Engineering), Technology, Patent Agent, Hewlett-Packard, Corvallis, Oregon, U.S.A.
  401. William Lindqvist, PhD, consulting Geologist and Company Director, Tiburon, California, U.S.A.
  402. George M. Lindsay, BSc, PhD (Metal Physics), Kinross, Scotland
  403. Peter Link, BS, MS, PhD (Geology, Climatology), Geol/Paleoclimatology, retired, Active in Geol-paleoclimatology, Tulsa University and Industry, Evergreen, Colorado, U.S.A.
  404. Endel Lippmaa, Prof.Dr.habil (Physics, Chemistry), Chairman – Energy Council of the Estonian Academy of Science, Tallinn, Estonia
  405. Travis Littlechilds, PhD (Geology), MSc (Environmental Sciences), Geomorphography, Climate Patterns, The British Columbia Institute of Environmental Sciences, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  406. John Llewellyn, Meteorology, Airport Meteorologist, NOAA NWS (USWB), retired, Ellensburg, WA, U.S.A.
  407. Edward Lockhart, Earth and Biological Scientist, Research and Consultation, San Luis Obispo, California, U.S.A.
  408. Keith Lockitch, PhD (Physics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee), Science and Environmental Policy, Resident Fellow, Ayn Rand Institute, Irvine, California, U.S.A.
  409. William Loughry, BS (Geology), sinkhole investigation, private engineering firm, Tampa, Florida, U.S.A.
  410. Jean Ludovicy, Ingénieur, Airline pilot (retired), Cotignac, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France
  411. Eddy Lumpit, Environmental Earth Scientist, New South Wales, Australia
  412. Gary Lund, PhD (Inorganic Chemistry), R&D, Staff Scientist, Autoliv, North America, Malad City, Idaho, U.S.A.
  413. Anthony R. Lupo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Atmospheric Science, Department of Soil, Environmental, and Atmospheric Science, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, U.S.A.
  414. Robert Lupone, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biomed. Tech., Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  415. Heinz Lycklama, PhD (Nuclear Physics), Arlington, Washington, U.S.A.
  416. Richard Mackey, PhD, Statistician, author of papers about the role of the Sun in the Earth’s climate dynamics and biographer of Rhodes W. Fairbridge, Canberra, Australia
  417. Alex MacMillan, PhD, Economics, Professor, Queen’s School of Business & St. Lawrence College, retired, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  418. Allan M.R. MacRae, BS, M. Eng., P. Eng., Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  419. Edward J. Mahoney, MS, MEd., Director of Astronomy, Hyatt Regency Maui, Lahaina, Hawaii, U.S.A.
  420. Horst Malberg, PhD, former director of Institute of Meteorology, Free University of Berlin, Germany
  421. Björn Malmgren, PhD, University Professor, Paleoclimate Science, retired, Lerum, Sweden
  422. Emmanuel Malterre, B. Eng., Professional Geophysicist (APEGGA), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  423. John Marshall, Dip. Geosci (Open), retired, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
  424. Scott Marshall, BS (Computer Science – University of New South Wales), Sydney, Australia
  425. Vegard Martinsen, Cand. Scient. (MS equivalent), Education, Senior adviser Institution, Vox City, Oslo, Norway
  426. Fred Mathis, BSEE, MSCE, San Jose, California, U.S.A.
  427. Shlomo Mayman, S. M. (Nuc. Eng.) M.I.T., Information Technology, Consultant, Mayman Associates, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  428. Malcolm W. MacArthur, PhD, Csci, Biophysics, Senior Research Fellow (retired), Carloway, United Kingdom
  429. Malcolm McClure, geologist, Fellow of the Geological Society of London, London, United Kingdom
  430. Robert G. McCrossan, PhD, P. Geol. (APEGGA), Petroleum Geologist, Member of FOS, Cochrane, Alberta, Canada
  431. Joshua, McCurry, BEng, Embedded Systems, Digital Technology International, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  432. Jim McGregor-Dawson, Fellow of RMIT (Geology), Consultant Geologist, FAusIMM (CP), FSEG, FAAG, MSME, MGSAust, MGSAmer, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  433. Les McDonald, RP Bio; Senior Impact Assessment Biologist, BC Environmental Protection (retired); Consulting Aquatic Biologist, Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada
  434. David McEwen, BS E.E., Electronic Service, R.D.O., V.B. Electronics, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  435. Alister McFarquhar, PhD (international economy, Downing College), Cambridge, United Kingdom
  436. Bob McGuire, BA, MSc (University of Montana); retired professional geologist, member of Friends of Science, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  437. John McLean, Post-graduate Diploma of Computer Studies, B. Arch., Climate Data Analyst, Computer scientist, Melbourne, Australia
  438. Donald McMaster, B. Eng. (Electrical), specializing in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Patents, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  439. Stephen McNicholas, B.Eng, Manufacturing, Engineer, Dublin, Ireland
  440. Leslie McPherson, BSc Chemistry, Retired, Fleet, United Kingdom
  441. Ian L McQueen, BS, MEngSc, Chemical Engineer, Glenwood, New Brunswick, Canada
  442. Rob Meleon, PhD, biochemist, CSO Pepscan, Lelystad, The Netherlands
  443. Eberhard Menzel, PhD, Professor of Electronics and Sensors, Electronics, Gas Sensors, Spectroscopy, Rector, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
  444. Fred Michel, PhD, Director, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Associate Professor of Earth Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  445. Jean-Luc Migue, PhD (Economics), Economic Research, Senior Fellow, Fraser Institute, Québec, Quebec, Canada
  446. Andrew Miklosik, P.Eng., BSc (Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto), (retired), Member, Friends of Science, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
  447. Dusan Milatovic, BS; Senior Software Engineer, Navigation Systems, Offshore Systems Ltd., Burnaby, British Colombia, Canada
  448. David Miller, MS (Geology), Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, U.S.A.
  449. Frank Milne, PhD, Professor, Dept. of Economics, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  450. Barun S. Mitra, engineering degrees: B.Tech. and PG Diploma, Director, Liberty Institute, focuses on public policy research, advocacy and awareness, New Delhi, India
  451. Asmunn Moene, PhD, MSc (Meteorology), former head of the Forecasting Centre, Meteorological Institute, Oslo, Norway
  452. Michael “Mike” Mogil, Certified Consulting Meteorologist (three decades with NOAA), weather educator and science writer, How the Weatherworks, Naples, Florida, U.S.A.
  453. Gregory B. Mohl, PhD, Geologist, G.B. Mohl Oil and Gas Inc., Red Lodge, Montana 59068
  454. Michael Monce, PhD (Physics), Atomic/Molecular; energy and environment, Prof. Physics, Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  455. Des Moore, LLB (Melbourne University), BSc (Economics (Hons), London School of Economics), Director – Institute for Private Enterprise, life member of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, former Deputy Secretary, Treasury, Government of Australia, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  456. R. Morgan, PhD, Cdr., FRMS, climate consultant, former meteorology advisor to the World Meteorological Organization. Previously research scientist in climatology at University of Exeter, U.K, now residing in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
  457. Tom Moriarty, MS (Physics), Renewable Energy – Photovoltaics, Senior Scientist, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, U.S.A.
  458. Mark E. Mormino, BS (Mining Engineering, University of Missouri), Chief Engineer, The American Coal Company, Galatia, Illinois, U.S.A.
  459. Nils-Axel Mörner, PhD (Sea Level Changes and Climate), Emeritus Professor of Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
  460. Daryl Morse, B.A.Sc. (Electrical Engineering), P.Eng. Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
  461. Luboš Motl, PhD, Physicist, former Harvard string theorist, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
  462. Philip Moy, AB (Engineering Sciences, Dartmouth College), BE (Thayer School of Engineering), JD, Intellectual Property Attorney, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
  463. John Muench, MS (Chemistry), Associate Professor, Heartland Community College, Normal, Illinois, U.S.A.
  464. Ralph Mullinger, BA (Economics and Philosophy, Rice University), MA (Business Economics, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), Energy Economist, Findlay, Ohio, U.S.A.
  465. Gregory Murphy, Graduate of the US Naval Nuclear Power Program, Independent Researcher and Assistant Editor of 21st Century Science and Technology Magazine, Leesburg, Virginia, U.S.A.
  466. Jonathan R. Murray, BS (Geology, West Virginia University), Senior Geologist, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  467. Robert E. Murray, PE, B. Eng. (mining engineering, West Virginia University), AMP (Harvard University); Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Murray Energy Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, Pepper Pike, Ohio, U.S.A.
  468. Robert Edward Murray, B Eng. (mining engineering, West Virginia University), MBA (Ohio State University), Vice President, Business Development and External Affairs, Murray Energy Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, Pepper Pike, Ohio, U.S.A.
  469. Ryan M. Murray, B Eng. (mining engineering, West Virginia University), MBA (Ohio State University); Vice President, Operations, Murray Energy Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  470. Warren Nance, MS (Genetics), retired Geneticist, USDA, Gulfport, Mississippi, U.S.A.
  471. Robert Neff, MS (Meteorology, St Louis University), Weather Officer, USAF, Contractor support to NASA Meteorology Satellites, retired, Camp Springs, Maryland, U.S.A.
  472. Thomas Nelson, MSc (Electrical and Electronics Engineering), North Oaks, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  473. John Nicol, BSc (University of Queensland), PhD (James Cook University); Chairman, Australia Chapter of the ICSC, Radio Physics and High Resolution Optical Spectroscopy, former Senior Lecturer of Physics at James Cook University, Townsville, Australia; now residing in Brisbane, Australia
  474. Joanne Nova, BSc (Hons, Microbiology, University of Western Australia), Grad Cer. (Sci Comm, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia), Director, ScienceSpeak, Science presenter on TV, radio, and professional conference keynote speaker, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  475. David Nowell, M.Sc., Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society, former chairman of the NATO Meteorological Group, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  476. Lon O’Bannon III, BS (Geology, University of Missouri), Natural Resourses, Computer Information, Missouri State Department of Natural Resourses, Jefferson City, Missouri, U.S.A.
  477. Frank O’Callaghan, Bachelor of Engineering, retired, Port McNicoll, Ontario, Canada
  478. Steven James O’Connor, BSc (Geology), C Geol., FGS, professional stratigrapher, Wellington, New Zealand
  479. Peter Oliver, BS, MS, PhD, FGA, Geology, Geochemistry, Paleomagnetism, Research Scientist, retired, Upper Hutt, New Zealand
  480. Cliff Ollier, PhD, Professor Emeritus (Geology), Research Fellow, University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia
  481. Peter Olson, Professional Engineer, Langley, British, Canada
  482. Girma Orssengo, BTech, MASc, PhD, Engineering, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  483. Curtis Osgood, BS (Meteorology, Lyndon State College), Consulting Meteorologist, Forecaster/Consultant, Granby, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  484. Jorgen Overgaard, MSc (Forestry), Forest Management (retired), Brunbury, Western Australia, Australia
  485. Robert Overland, B.A.Sc., Professional Engineer, Principal, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  486. Rod Packwood, BSc, PhD, Electronprobe Microanalysis, NRCan, (Retired), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  487. Milton Page,  BE (Civil), P Eng, retired, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  488. Pat Palmer, MAgrSc (agronomy), pollution control expert (sources and effects on health), retired from Crop Research Division, DSIR, Christchurch, New Zealand
  489. Pan Pantziarka, BEng (Hon), PhD, Mathematical modelling and software development, London, United Kingdom
  490. George Papadakis, BSc (Physics), MBA, MSc (Marketing), Business Executive, Athens, Greece
  491. Ron Parker, BA (Physics, University of North Carolina), Flat Rock, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  492. Donald Parkes, PhD, BA (Hons), MA, retired Professor Human Ecology, Australia and Japan
  493. Benjamin Paterson, BS, Chemical Engineering (Northwestern University), Professional Engineer, Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A.
  494. Arthur M. Patterson, BASc, P. Eng. (Geological Engineer), a founder of Friends of Science, Calgary, Canada
  495. John Pawley, Master Applied Science, Professional Engineer, retired, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
  496. William Payne, BS (Engineering), MS (Engineering), Materials and processes, USC, OSU, RPI, Seymour, Missouri, U.S.A.
  497. Simon Peacock, BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, Air Pollution, Newcastle University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom
  498. Richard Pearson, MSCE, Engineering Consulting, Vice President, Private Company, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A.
  499. James A. Peden, Atmospheric Physicist, Webmaster, Middlebury Networks, Vermont, U.S.A.
  500. Al Pekarek, PhD, Associate Professor of Geology, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Dept., St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota, U.S.A
  501. Paul Pekarek, MS Aerospace Science, BS Geography, Certificate International Relations, Major (USAF, Retired), Minnesota U.S.A.
  502. Ray Perkins, BSc (Applied Chemistry), Analytical Instrumentation, Cambridge, United Kingdom
  503. Mark Peters, BS (Computer Science), Principal Software Engineer, Woodland Hills, California, U.S.A.
  504. Ralph Peters, Nuclear engineering, (General Atomics, retired),  La Jolla, California, U.S.A.
  505. Adam Peterson, BS (Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Platteville), Design Project Engineer, ITW Engineered Fasteners, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
  506. Beverley J. Pfeffer, B.Eng., (Geology), P.Geol, (professional geologist), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  507. Patrick Phillips, Metallurgical Engineer, MBA (Finance),  Minerals & Energy, Golden, Colorado, U.S.A.
  508. Stanley T. Piasecki, BS (Electrical Engineering, Southern Illinois University), Vice President, Operations, OhioAmerican Energy, Inc., Wheeling, West Virginia, U.S.A.
  509. Stanley Pietrewicz, BSME, BSMa, MSCSE, engineering and teaching, MGP, Scotsdale, Arizona, U.S.A.
  510. Michael Pizolato, BSc (Computer Science), Information Technology, Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  511. Ian Plimer, PhD, Professor of Mining Geology, The University of Adelaide; Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences, The University of Melbourne, Australia
  512. Randy Pochel, geologist (independent), Huntsville, Alabama, U.S.A.
  513. Andy Pollaehne, MS (Geosciences), science teacher, Huntington, Utah, U.S.A.
  514. Gerrit Jan Pompe, BSc (Electronics), RN (Registered Nurse), Macquarrie Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  515. Henry Popoff, BS (Civil Engineering), retired, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  516. Michael Porter, Professional Engineer, Principal Consultant, Porter McGuffie, Inc., Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A.
  517. Daniel Joseph Pounder, BS (Meteorology, University of Oklahoma), MS (Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign); Weather Forecasting, Meteorologist, WILL AM/FM/TV, the public broadcasting station of the University of Illinois, Urbana, U.S.A.
  518. Patrick Powell, BS (Meteorology/Physical Geography, Western Illinois University), AMS Board of Broadcast Meteorology, CBM, Chief Meteorologist, WLUK-TV, Green Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
  519. John D. Power, BA (Mechanical Engineering), Consulting Engineer, Longview, Washington, U.S.A.
  520. Phil Powers, Power Engineering Degree, Mechanical Engineering, Start-up engineer, Bechtel Corp, Rockdale, Texas, U.S.A.
  521. Brian Pratt, PhD, Professor of Geology (Sedimentology), University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  522. Harry N.A. Priem, PhD, Professor (retired) Utrecht University, isotope and planetary geology, Past-President Royal Netherlands Society of Geology and Mining, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  523. Terry Quigley, Master of Information Systems (MIS, Swinburne University), ICT Consultant, Program Management Office, ICT Applications Development and Services Organisation, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  524. Quon, BS (Biochemistry), Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
  525. Edward L. Rademacher, Jr, MSc (Engineering Science), Professional Engineer / Chemical Engineer, removal of pollutants from combustion offgas, Centennial, Colorado, U.S.A.
  526. Harold H. Ramsey, ME (Stevens Institute of Technology), Guilford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  527. Don Rathgeber, PhD (Chemical Engineering), retired, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
  528. Mike Rea, BS, Medicine, Chairman, IDEA Group, Cranfield, Beds, United Kingdom
  529. Jennifer Reeves, MBA, Engineer, Student of Climate Issues, Telecommunications, Network Engineer II, Embarq Corp., Mansfield, Ohio, U.S.A.
  530. George A. Reilly, PhD (Geology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), Economic Geology, Geochemistry, retired, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  531. Steven Reilly, BScF, MBA, Energy Industry, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  532. George Reinhart III, PhD, PE (Environmental Engineering), Civil and Environmental Engineering, Project Engineer, Consulting Firm, Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A.
  533. Henriques Renato, PhD, Geology, Auxiliary Professor, University of Minho, Braga, Braga, Portugal
  534. Robert Reynolds, BASc (Engineering), Computer Business, Operations Manager, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
  535. Max Rheese, Executive Director, Australian Environment Foundation, Canberra, Australia
  536. Richard Rhodes, BS (Horticulture), Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  537. Carl G. Ribbing, PhD, Department of Engineering Sciences, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
  538. Robert (Bob) Richardson, BSc (Physics, Maths –  Sydney University), BE (Civil), Newport, New South Wales, Australia
  539. Rolf Riehm, Dipl.-Ing (natural science and mechanical  engineering, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany), retired, Hettenleidelheim, Germany
  540. Jack Riley, MEng, Communications, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  541. Christine Roberts, BS (Materials Engineering, Virginia Tech), MBA (University of Chicago Graduate School of Business), Brisbane, Australia
  542. A.L. Robertson, B.A., M.A. (Nat.Sci./Physics), F.R.S.C., nuclear-energy consultant, 2005 Education & Communication Award, Canadian Nuclear Society/Canadian Nuclear Association, Deep River, Ontario, Canada
  543. Richard B. Robertson, P. Eng., B. Sc., C.E., Comox, British Columbia, Canada
  544. Jacques Robin, PhD, Computer Science Professor, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil
  545. Art Robinson, PhD (Chemistry), founder and Professor of Chemistry, Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine, Cave Junction, Oregon, U.S.A.
  546. Robert Robinson, BS (Mechanical Engineering), Manufacturing, CEO/Founder, Kaivac Inc, Hamilton, Ohio, U.S.A.
  547. T. Rogers, PhD, FCAE, F.C.S.M.E., P.Eng., nuclear engineer, energy analyst, Adjunct Research Professor and Professor Emeritus, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  548. Steven Rogers, BA (Physics), Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
  549. Robert G. Roper, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
  550. Arthur Rorsch, PhD, Emeritus Professor, Molecular Genetics, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
  551. Curt Rose, BA, MA (University of Western Ontario), MA, PhD (Clark University), Professor Emeritus, Department of Environmental Studies and Geography, Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
  552. Robert Roseman, Meteorology & Climatology, TV Meteorologist, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
  553. William Rosenfeld, DDS, periodontist (retired), Charleston, West Virginia, U.S.A.
  554. Kenn Rosin, BS (C.E.), MS, P.Eng., Transportation Engineering, Manager of Transportation, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  555. Gabriel Roth, M.A., B.Sc.(Eng.), M.I.C.E., M.C.I.T., Research Fellow of the Independent Institute, Civil Engineer and Transport Economist, Chevy Chase, Maryland, U.S.A.
  556. Roy Roth, PhD (Chemistry), MIT, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  557. David Rouse, MA Law Cantab, Climate analysis and lecturing, Eco-nomics Nordic, Copenhagen, Denmark
  558. Walden Roush, MS (Physics), Senior Engineer (retired), IBM, formerly flight and ground school instructor (including weather), East Fishkill, New York, U.S.A.
  559. Ken Ruckstuhl, BS (Geology, LSU), Environmental Consulting, Environmental Management Services, Inc, Brandon, Mississippi, U.S.A.
  560. Kenneth Rundt, PhD, Bio-Technology, Manager, Turku, Finland
  561. Herbert Runkle, BA (Petroleum Engineering, Ohio State U), Civil Engineering, Environmental Science, Division Leader, US Gov., Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.
  562. Gerry Runolfson, BSC., Chairman, Elkon Products Inc., Concrete Construction, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  563. Michael Ryan, MSc, Computer Science, Redmond, Washington, U.S.A.
  564. Robert Sabo, MD, Nephrology, Med Director McMinnville Dialysis, NRA McMinnville, McMinnville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
  565. Robert W. Sandidge, BS (Electrical Engineering, Western Kentucky University), President and General Manager, KenAmerican Resources, Inc., Central City, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  566. Paul Sandor, BASc, MD, Neuropsychiatry, Associate Professor, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  567. Bamunuarachchi Saranapala, BSc (Engineering), Management Consultant, Sole Trader, Pinner, Middlesex, United Kingdom
  568. Stephen Savoie, BS (Geology) Petroleum Geology, Senior Geologist, Traverse City, Michigan, U.S.A.
  569. Richard Sawyer, BS, Engineering Consultant, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  570. Rob Scagel, MSc (forest microclimate specialist), Principal Consultant – Pacific Phytometric Consultants, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
  571. Carl Schaftenaar, BA (Geology, Hope College), MS (Geophysics, Texas A&M University), Great Basin Exploration Consultants Inc., Lakewood, Colorado, U.S.A.
  572. Clive Schaupmeyer, M.Sc., P.Ag. , Coaldale, Alberta, Canada
  573. Tore Scherstén, MD, PhD, Professor of Surgery, University of Gothenburg, member of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences and previous Secretary General of the Swedish Medical Research Council, Gothenburg, Sweden
  574. Eric Schmidt, PhD (Materials Science and Engineering), Steelmaking, Energy Systems, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  575. Chris Schoneveld, MSc (Structural Geology), PhD (Geology), retired exploration geologist and geophysicist, Australia and France
  576. Bruce Schwoegler, BS (Meteorology and Naval Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison), Chief Technology Officer, MySky Communications Inc, meteorologist, science writer and principal/co-founder of MySky, Lakeville, Massachusetts, U.S.A. .
  577. David Scott, BSc, PGCE, DMS, MIET, Management Consultant (retired), The Institution of Engineering and Technology, Lymington, Hampshire, United Kingdom
  578. Ken Scott, BS (Computer Science), Engineering, HighPoint, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  579. Angus Scott-Fleming, AB (Geology), MS (Geophysics), MBA, Computer Science, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.
  580. Malcolm Sedgman, Bachelor of Dental Science (Melbourne), General Dentistry (retired), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  581. Tom V. Segalstad, PhD (Geology/Geochemistry), Head of the Geological Museum and Associate Professor of Resource and Environmental Geology, University of Oslo, Norway
  582. Milos Setek, Meteorologist/Statistician, Senior Scientist, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia
  583. Seunarine, BEng, PhD, Biophotonics, Post Doc, University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland
  584. John Shade, BS (Physics), MS (Atmospheric Physics), MS (Applied Statistics), Industrial Statistics Consultant, GDP, Dunfermline, United Kingdom
  585. Gary Sharp, PhD, Scientific Director, Center for Climate/Ocean Resources Study, Salinas, California, U.S.A.
  586. Thomas P. Sheahen, PhD (physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), specialist in energy sciences, notably renewable energy, Oakland, Maryland, U.S.A.
  587. Vedat Shehu, Prof. Dr. Eng., Geologist, Engineering Geology, Tectonics, Geoingineering, Sharon, Massachusetts, U.S.A. and Professor “Geoingineering Research Unit” in Tirana, Albania
  588. Wayne Shepheard, M.Sc., Petroleum Geology, Independent Consultant, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  589. Richard F. Shepherd, ARCS (Mathematics), PhD, DIC (high energy physics), FIMA (numerical analysis), FBCS (director of computing centre, retired), Pembroke, United Kingdom
  590. Geoff Shorten, BS, Laboratory Information, Director, LabWare, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
  591. Larry Shultis, BS (Chemistry, Mathematics), Number Theory, retired, Fontana, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
  592. Russell W. Shurts, BSc (Engineering Chemistry), MSc (Accounting, University of Colorado), CFO, Colorado Container Corporation (Denver, Colorado), Centennial, Colorado, U.S.A.
  593. Paavo Siitam, M.Sc., agronomist and chemist, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
  594. Joseph Silverman, Fellow APS, ANS, Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering Dept., University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, U.S.A.
  595. David Simpson, BS, Mineral Exploration, retired, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  596. Ronald Skoog, BSCS, MSSE, Computer Science, Santa Rosa, California, U.S.A.
  597. Andrew Smith, BSc (Geology, University of Wisconsin-Madison), Duncanville, Texas, U.S.A.
  598. Derek Smith, PhD, former Professor, Engineering Faculty of Queen Mary College, London University, Great Malvern, United Kingdom
  599. Graham Smith, PhD, Associate Professor in Geography, specialising in Resource Management, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.
  600. William F. Smyth, Ph.D., Computer Science, Emeritus Professor, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  601. Kevin Snodgrass, BS, Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A.
  602. Jan-Erik Solheim, Professor of Astrophysics, Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
  603. Henry Solomon, BA (Computer Science), retired Network Architect, Merrill Lynch, New York, New York, U.S.A.
  604. Raymond John Soper, BSc (Mineral Technology, Otago University), MBA (University of New South Wales), mining engineer (retired), Cammerary, New South Wales, Australia
  605. Oleg G. Sorokhtin, PhD, Director of Ocean Laboratory, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
  606. Richard Sparks, BS Wildlife Management, MBA,  Tree Farmer, Construction Administration, Claims Analyst, Foster, Rhode Island, U.S.A.
  607. Archie Speirs, BSc (Engineering), Power Generation, Co-director, Energy Institute, Riding Mill, Northumberland, United Kingdom
  608. Adam Spong, BSc (Biology), BA (Chemistry), Graduate Student Department of Pharmacology (Southern Illinois University School of Medicine), Springfield, Illinois, U.S.A.
  609. J. (“Jim”) Sprott, PhD, OBE, MSc, FNZIC, consulting chemist, forensic scientist, Auckland, New Zealand
  610. Darrick Stallings, PE (Petroleum Engineering), Artesia, New Mexico, U.S.A.
  611. Mark Stansell, BSEET (DeVry Institute of Technology, Columbus, Ohio), MSEE (Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California), Professional Pilot, LCDR USN (ret), Apex, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  612. Walter Starck, PhD (marine science), marine biologist (specialization in coral reefs and fisheries with 1000 dives from northern Cape York to the Capricorn group), author, photographer, Townsville, Australia
  613. Glen Stedham, BSc; LLB, Lawyer, retired, Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
  614. Gerhard Stehlik, Dr.rer.nat. Chemist, Industry, Senior Expert, Hanau, Germany
  615. Peter Stella, BS (Mechnical Engineering, University of Massachusett Lowell), Critical Facilties Power Systems, General Electric, Lytle Creek , California, U.S.A.
  616. Clive Stevens, BS, MSc, D.I.C. FR Meteorogical Society, Weather Forecasting (since 1971), Private Companies around the world, Baku, Azerbaijan
  617. Craig Stevens, BA (Biology), MD, Physician, Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.
  618. Roger Stevens, BA (Physics), Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
  619. William Dale Stevens, BA, MSc. (Neuroscience), PhD (Neuropsychology, University of Toronto); Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Neuroscience, Harvard University), Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  620. Peter Stilbs, TeknD, Professor of Physical Chemistry, Research Leader, School of Chemical Science and Engineering, KTH (Royal Institute of Technology), Stockholm, Sweden
  621. Robert Stringer, Dip Metallurgy BSC, Research, retired, CSIRO, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia
  622. Arlin Super, PhD (Meteorology), Weather Modification, retired Research Meteorologist, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Saint Cloud, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  623. John K. Sutherland, PhD (Geology), retired, Health Physicist, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
  624. Frank Szabo, M.Sc. (Earth Science), Geologist, President, CKS Energy Ltd, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  625. Judy Szikora, MSc Computer Science, Software Development, President, Apprisant Technologies Inc., Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  626. Joseph Tamashasky, BSEE, MSEE; Engineer (retired), Lucent Technology, New Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  627. Jose Luis Tapia, economist, Instituto de Libre Empresa (ILE), Lima, Peru
  628. Daryl L Taylor, BS (Physics), M. Ed (Instructional Technology), Science Teacher (Physics), Greenwich High School, NASA Astrophysics Educator Ambassador, PAEMST ’96, IEOTY ’03, Greenwich High School, Naugatuck, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  629. Gordon Taylor, PhD (Eng), BSc (Hons Eng), Transportation, Institute Civil Engineers, Institute Mechanical Engineers, Institute Engineering and Technology, London, United Kingdom
  630. Larry Taylor, PhD (Chemistry), West Chester, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  631. Malcolm Taylor, Dip ES (Climatology and Hydrology specialization), Power Systems Analyst, Otago, New Zealand
  632. Mike W. Taylor, PE (Registered Professional Engineer, Texas, U.S.A.), Principal and Petroleum Engineer, Lone Star Land & Energy, LLC, Highland Village, Texas, U.S.A.
  633. Dean Teja, Degrees in Engineering and Finance, Finance/Taxation, Senior Manager, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  634. Dick Thoenes, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands
  635. Paul Thomas, MASc (Electrical, Mechanical), Aerospace/Fuels Conservation, General Manager, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  636. Alexander Thompson, Honours BSc (Geology), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  637. Jeremy Thornton, BE (Mech.) – MIPENZ – CPEng – IntPE, Engineering Director, Auckland, New Zealand
  638. Wolfgang Thüne, PhD, Dipl.-Met., Senior Meteorologist and Sociologist, Oppenheim, Germany
  639. Melinda Tilley, FGA GG, County Councillor, Cabinet Member, Oxford County Council, Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
  640. Derek Tipp, Councillor, serves on the District Council Environment Review Panel, New Forest, Honours degree in applied chemistry, previously a research chemist and teacher, Hampshire, Southampton, United Kingdom
  641. Frank Tipler, Professor of Mathematical Physics, Astrophysics, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.
  642. Greg Toomey, BS, Business Intelligence, Computer Consultant, Skura Corporation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  643. Göran Tullberg, Civilingenjör i Kemi (equivalent to Masters of Chemical Engineering), currently teacher of Environmental Protection Engineering and Organic Chemistry at University in Växjö; Falsterbo, Sweden
  644. James R. Turner, BS (Mining Engineering/Geology, West Virginia University), BS (Computer Engineering), Executive MBA; Director, Financial Services and Information Technology, Murray Energy Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, Powhatan Point, Ohio, U.S.A.
  645. Stu Turner, PhD (Engineering), BS (Physics), Human Space Flight, Senior Systems Engineer, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
  646. Albert Tuttle, Research Scientist, Re-entry Physics, Team Leader, AVCO Everette Research Lab, retired, Everett, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  647. Paula Tyroler, PhD (Chemical Eng), Metallurgy, retired, Waubaushene, Ontario, Canada
  648. Richard Ulven, BS (Agricultural Science), Hawley, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  649. Erwin Unger, BSc (Geology/Geophysics), 35 years Professional Geophysicist, Carseland, Alberta, Canada
  650. Brian G. Valentine, PhD, PE (Chem.), Technology Manager – Industrial Energy Efficiency, Adjunct Associate Professor of Engineering Science, University of Maryland at College Park, Dept. of Energy, Washington D.C., U.S.A.
  651. Glenn C. Van Bever, Esq., BS (Civil Engineering, University of Kentucky), BS (Mining Engineering, University of Kentucky), Doctorate of Juris (University of Kentucky), General Counsel, Murray Energy Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.A.
  652. Gerrit J. van der Lingen, PhD, geologist and paleoclimatologist, climate change consultant, Geoscience Research and Investigations, Christchurch, New Zealand
  653. Derick van Heerden, DPhil, IT consultant, Cape Town, South Africa
  654. Roderick W. Van Koughnet, BS (Geology), MS (Geology (Geophysics), Wright State University), Senior Geoscientist, L&M Petroleum, Wellington, New Zealand
  655. John Van Krimpen, BApp Sci Mathematics (Stats Econometrics and Comp Sci, Queensland University of Technology), Australia.
  656. P. van Wolfswinkel, ir. (Mechanical Engineering, Delft University), Bennebroek, The Netherlands
  657. Tony van Wouw, B.Sc. P.Eng. (Electrical Engineering), President, Exotek Systems, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada
  658. Brigitte VanVliet-Lanoe, State Doctorate, Europe, Senior Scientist, CNRS, Plouzane, France
  659. Anna Vayaki, PhD (Physics, University of Ioannina, Greece), Director of Research (retired) High Energy Physics, Nuclear Physics Institute, National Research Center Demokritos, Attiki, Greece, now residing in Athens, Greece
  660. Joseph Velasquez, Environmental Remediation/Regulatory Compliance, Environmental Scientist, Accelerated Waste Solutions, Rigby, Idaho, US.A.
  661. Hans Verbeek, BA (Biology), Delft, The Netherlands
  662. Jack Verduyn, general BA in Science, “40 year student of climate and weather as a commercial pilot”, RCAF and Air Canada, Milton, Ontario, Canada
  663. Gösta Walin, Professor, i oceanografi, Earth Science Center, Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden
  664. Gary Walker, BSc (Honors Geology), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  665. Len Walker, BE, PhD (Cantab), Civil Engineer, civil engineer, Melbourne, Australia
  666. Patricia Walker, BSc Ag, High River, Alberta, Canada
  667. Sergio Wanderley, Computer Science Bacharel, IT, Support Analyst, Unochapeco, Chapeco, SC, Brazil
  668. Stori Wann, BSc, Electrical Engineer, Texas A&M University, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.
  669. Stephen Ward, BS (Elec. Eng.), Building Environments, Business Development, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  670. Peter Warlow, BA (Hon. Math and Physics), retired, Brentwood, Essex, United Kingdom
  671. Randy Washburn, BS (Physics, University of Texas), Microelectronic Information Tech, Senior IT Specialist, Arlington, Texas, U.S.A.
  672. David P. Washinsky, BS (Mining Engineering, Pennsylvania State University), Honors Degree (Mineral Economics, Rand Afrikaans University), Business Development and Project Engineer, The Ohio Valley Coal Company, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  673. Neil Waterhouse, PhD (Physics, Thermal, Electronic Properties of Materials, Precise Temperature Measurement), retired, National research Council, Bell Northern Research, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  674. James Waters, BS (Electrical Engineering), Liquid chromotography, Founder – Waters Corp, Framingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  675. Thorpe Watson, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., Metallurgical Engineer, retired, Teck Cominco, Trail, British Columbia, Canada
  676. Tom Watts, B.Sc., MBA, P. Eng, retired, Caledon, Ontario, Canada
  677. David Weatherell, BS (Computer Engineering), MS (Electrical Engineering), senior software engineer, Rochester, New York, U.S.A.
  678. Bob Webster, BS (Mathematics), Systems Analysis & Modeling, retired, Vero Beach, Florida, U.S.A.
  679. Jack Wedel, BS (Geography), Arctic Hydrology, retired, Environment Canada, Keewatin, Ontario, Canada
  680. James Weeg, BS (Geology), MS (Env. Science), Professional Geologist, Hydrologist, Associate Professor, Environmental Geology, Geologist Advent Environmental Inc., Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, U.S.A.
  681. Mark Weingarth, BVSc, Veterinary Surgeon and IT consultant, Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia
  682. Rich Weiss, BSc (Meteorology, Valparaiso University), Meteorologist, Supervisor of Meteorology, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  683. Garth Wenck, BE, BEcon. BA, Civil Engineering, CEO, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  684. Eric Westphal, PhD (Physics, California Institute of Technology), Finance, Portfolio Manager Institution, Koch Industries, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  685. Forese-Carlo Wezel, Professor of Stratigraphy (global and Mediterranean geology, mass biotic extinctions and paleoclimatology), University of Urbino, Urbino, Italy
  686. William Whitney, PEng (Mechanical Engineering), St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
  687. King Wiemann, AB (Physics), MS (The Pennsylvania State University, Acoustics), Finance, Manager of ICE, BAE Systems Inc, Vestal, New York, U.S.A.
  688. Otto H. Wildgruber, Engineer (electrical), Dormitz, Bavaria, Germany
  689. Chris Wilkins, BS (Agric.), Agronomy, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  690. Stephan Wilksch, PhD (Professor of Production & Logistics Management, Innovation and Technology Management, FHTW Berlin, University of Applied Sciences), Berlin, Germany
  691. Robert Wille, MS (Computer Science), VP Software Engineering, Footnote.com, Lindon, Utah, U.S.A.
  692. Thomas Smith Williams III, BS (Chemical Engineering, Virginia Tech), Glen Allen, Virginia, U.S.A.
  693. David Willis, MEng (Canterbury, New Zealand), MBA (Massey New Zealand), retired project manager of power station engineering and environmental investigations, Electricity Corporation of New Zealand, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
  694. David Wilson, BSc (Chemical Engineering), Reay, Caithness, United Kingdom
  695. Art Winckers, MSc (Mining Engineering), Mineral Processing Consultant, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  696. John Wincott, BA, BSc, MBA, PhD, Academic (retired), Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  697. Edward Winsa, MS (Engineering Science), International Space Station Microgravity Science, Project Manager and Project Scientist, NASA Glenn R.C. (retired), Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
  698. Boris Winterhalter, PhD, senior marine researcher (retired), Geological Survey of Finland, former professor in marine geology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
  699. John Wintemute, BSCE, Consultant, Mission Viejo, California, U.S.A.
  700. Bruno Wiskel, BSc (Honours Geology), P.Geol., President and CEO Mr. V’s Field & Forest Inc., Colinton, Alberta, Canada
  701. Jason D. Witt, Esq., BS (Mining Engineering), Doctorate of Jurisprudence (West Virginia University), General Counsel, Murray Energy Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, Alledonia, Ohio, U.S.A.
  702. David E. Wojick, PhD, P.Eng., energy consultant, Star Tannery, Virginia, U.S.A.
  703. Alexander Wood, BS (Meteorology), Winter Haven, Florida, U.S.A.
  704. Arnold Woodruff, M.Sc.(Atmospheric Physics, U.C.W.Aberystwyth), B.Sc.(Physics, Durham), Terrestrial & Spaceborne Exploration Geophysics, Consultant Geophysicist, Woodruff Exploration & Production Ltd., Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
  705. Peter Wrenshall, MSc (Geography, Meteorology), New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
  706. Bin Wu, PhD (candidate, Electrical Engineering), Semiconductor Devices, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, U.S.A.
  707. Chris Yakymyshyn, PhD, MS, BS (EE/Physics), Instrumentation, Vice President Technology, FieldMetrics Inc., Seminole, Florida, U.S.A.
  708. Gary A Young, MS, MBA, Naval Captain (retired), General Manager, Colorado Springs Technology Center of Hewlett Packard (retired), Research Associate, The Independence Institute writing on Energy Policy, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.A.
  709. Roger Young, BS, MS, D.I.C. F.G.S., Geophysics, Geophysical Consultant, Bedford, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
  710. Josef Zboril, MSc. (Chemistry), Board Member, Confederation of Industry, Prague, Czech Republic
  711. Zichichi, PhD, President of the World Federation of Scientists, Geneva, Switzerland; Emeritus Professor of Advanced Physics, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy
  712. Stan Zlochen, MS (Atmospheric Science), USAF (retired), Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A.

The following endorsers of The Manhattan Declaration on Climate Change were physically present at the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change, which took place in New York City on March 2 – 4, 2008 at the Marriott New York Marquis Times Square Hotel:

  1. David Archibald, BSc (Geology), CEO, Summa Development, Perth, Australia
  2. Bob Armstrong, MA, MS (Mathematical Psychophysics, Northwestern University), computer language consultant, Community of Science, ww.CoS.com, Woodland Park, Colorado,  U.S.A.
  3. Scott Armstrong, Professor of Marketing, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Founder of the International Journal of Forecasting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  4. Ron Arnold, Executive Vice President, Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, Bellevue, Washington, U.S.A.
  5. Leon Ashby, Mt Gambier, South Australia, Australia
  6. Dennis T. Avery, Economist, Senior Fellow, Director of the Center for Global Food Issues, Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  7. Timothy F. Ball, PhD, environmental consultant and former climatology professor – University of Winnipeg, Science Advisory Board member – ICSC, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  8. Calvin Beisner, PhD, founder and national spokesman, Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, serves on the pastoral staff of Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church, Broward County, Florida, U.S.A.
  9. Paul Berkowitz, BSEE/MSEE, Telecommunications R&D, President, Berkowitz Professional Services, Little Silver, New Jersey, U.S.A.
  10. Tom Borelli, PhD, Portfolio Manager, Free Enterprise Action Fund, Eastchester, New York, U.S.A.
  11. William M. Briggs, PhD., Statistical Consultant (specializing in accuracy of forecasts and climate variability), U.S.A.
  12. Stephen Brown, PhD (Environmental Science, State University of New York), Ground Penetrating Radar Glacier research, District Agriculture Agent Cooperative Extension Service University of Alaska, Fairbanks Mat-Su District Office Palmer; Alaska Agriculture Extension Agent/Researcher, National Center for Policy Analysis, Alaska, U.S.A.
  13. Sterling Burnett, PhD, Senior Fellow, National Center for Policy Analysis, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.
  14. Robert M. Carter, PhD, Professor, Marine Geophysical Laboratory, James Cook University, Townsville, Australia
  15. John Chadbourne, PhD, Environmental Engineer, Essroc Cement Corp, Italcementi Group, Nazareth, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  16. Paul Chesser, Director, Climate Strategies Watch, C/O, John Locke Foundation, Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  17. David Christensen, BA (Math.), MBA (Intl. Econ.), PE (Mechanical), and PE (Control System); Corporate Planner, Estimator, (Retired), Sr. Member of Engineering staff, Bechtel International, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
  18. David W. Christensen, BA (Math/Physics, UCSB (University of California, Santa Barbara)), MBA (Intl. Econ.), PE (Mechanical and Control Systems), Bechtel Engineering Corporation (retired), Salisbury, Maryland, U.S.A
  19. Michael Coffman, PhD, (ecosysytems analysis and climate change), CEO of Sovereignty International, President of Environmental Perspectives, Inc., Bangor, Maine, U.S.A..
  20. John Coleman, Founder, The Weather Channel, Weather Anchor, KUSI-TV, San Diego, California, U.S.A.
  21. Piers Corbyn, ARCS, FRAS, FRMetS, astrophysicist (Queen Mary College, London), consultant, owner of Weather Action long range forecasters, degree in Physics (Imperial College London), England
  22. Roy Cordato, PhD, Vice President for Research, Resident Scholar of the John Locke Foundation, former Senior Economist at the Institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation (IRET), Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  23. Richard S. Courtney, PhD, energy and environmental consultant, IPCC expert reviewer, Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom
  24. Joseph D’Aleo, MS, Meteorologist and Climatologist (retired), Executive Director, ICECAP (International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project), Hudson, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
  25. David Douglass, PhD, Professor of Physics, University of Rochester, New York, U.S.A.
  26. Paul Driessen, BA (Geology and Field Ecology), LLB (environment and natural resource law), Senior policy advisor, Congress of Racial Equality, Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow, Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.A.
  27. Terry Dunleavy, MBE, JP, Founding Chairman, International Climate Science Coalition, North Shore City, New Zealand
  28. John Dale Dunn, MD, JD, Medical Officer, Brown County Sherriff’s Office, civilian physician, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort Hood, Texas, U.S.A.
  29. Myron Ebell, MSc, Director, Energy & Global Warming Policy, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  30. Michael J. Economides, PhD, Professor, Cullen College of Engineering, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  31. Michael X.Y. Feng, Associate Professor of Economics, Cathay Institute for Public Affairs, Beijing, China
  32. Maria Uaudia Ferragni, Events Manager, Istituto Bruno Leoni, Torino, Italy
  33. David Fiore, Logos Forensics Club, Senior Software Engineer, New York, New York, U.S.A.
  34. Viv Forbes, Chairman, Carbon Sense Coalition, Sheep and Cattle Grazier, Soil Scientist and Mining Consultant, Rosewood, Queensland, Australia
  35. Michael R. Fox, PhD, Nuclear Scientist (retired), consultant, member (American Nuclear Society, Health Physics Society, and the Radiochemistry Society), Richland, Washington, U.S.A.
  36. Peter Friedman, PhD, Member, American Geophysical Union, Assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  37. Edgar Gärtner, Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies (DEA, en Ecologie appliquée, Redaktionsbüro), Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  38. William Gilles, BS (Management of Information Sciences), MBA, National Director, Collegians For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  39. Tom W. Glaser, BA, MA (U.S. History, Florida International University), Master of International Management (American Graduate School of International Management), Social Studies Teacher, (Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School, Miami-Dade County Public Schools), Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University, Oakland Park, Florida, U.S.A.
  40. Fred Goldberg, PhD, Adj Professor, Royal Institute of Technology (Mechanical Engineering), Secretary General KTH International Climate Seminar 2006 and Climate analyst, Stockholm, Sweden
  41. Stanley B. Goldenberg, Research Meteorologist, NOAA, AOML/Hurricane Research Division, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.
  42. Alan M. Gottlieb, BS (Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee), President, Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, Bellevue, Washington, U.S.A.
  43. Allan Gotthelf, PhD, Visiting Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  44. Vincent Gray, PhD, New Zealand Climate Coalition, expert reviewer for the IPCC, author of The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of Climate Change 2001, Wellington, New Zealand
  45. William M. Gray, PhD, Professor Emeritus (Dept. of Atmospheric Science), Colorado State University, Head of the Tropical Meteorology Project, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.A.
  46. Kesten C. Green, PhD, Business and Economic Forecasting Unit, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
  47. Kirtland C. Griffin, Quality Engineer, Guilford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  48. Kenneth Haapala, MS (Economics), Economic Modeling, Energy Economics, (Self Employed), Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.A.
  49. Lars B. Hagen,  BSME, MSEE, Engineer (retired, large computing systems development engineer), educator, math and science courses, Moneta, Virginia, U.S.A.
  50. David Hann, State Senator, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  51. Tom Harris, B. Eng., M. Eng. (Mech.), Executive Director, International Climate Science Coalition, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  52. Howard Hayden, PhD, Emeritus Professor (Physics), University of Connecticut, The Energy Advocate, Pueblo West, Colorado, U.S.A.
  53. Laurence Hecht, BS, Dipl (Universal Ecological Academy, Moscow), Editor-in-Chief, 21st Century Science & Technology Magazine, Leesburg, Virginia, U.S.A.
  54. Peter M. Holle, MBAdmin (University of Wisconsin at Madison), President, Frontier Center for Public Policy, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  55. Art Horn, Meteorologist (honors, Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, Vermont), operator, The Art of Weather, operator, The Art of Weather, U.S.A.
  56. Craig D. Idso, PhD, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, Tempe, Arizona, U.S.A.
  57. Andrei Illarionov, PhD, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, U.S.A., founder and director of the Institute of Economic Analysis, Russia
  58. Don Irvine, Chairman, Accuracy In Media, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  59. Zbigniew Jaworowski, PhD, physicist, Senior Science Advisor of the Scientific Council of Central Laboratory for Radiological Protection, Warsaw, Poland
  60. Kelvin Kemm, MSc, PhD (Nuclear Physics), Business Strategy Consultant and Nuclear Power policy developer, CEO, Stratek Business Strategy Consultants, Pretoria, South Africa
  61. Madhav L. Khandekar, PhD, consultant meteorologist, (former) Research Scientist, Environment Canada, Editor “Climate Research” (03-05), Editorial Board Member “Natural Hazards, IPCC Expert Reviewer 2007, Unionville, Ontario, Canada
  62. William Kininmonth MSc, MAdmin, former head of Australia’s National Climate Centre and a consultant to the World Meteorological organization’s Commission for Climatology, Kew, Victoria, Australia
  63. Theodore J. Kowalyshyn, MD (Hahnemann University, Philadelphia), B.Sc. (Mining Engineering), semi-retired physician working in internal medicine and formerly in hematology and oncology, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  64. Martin Krause, PhD (economics, ESEADE Graduate School), Buenos Aires, Argentina
  65. Hans H.J. Labohm, PhD, economist, former advisor to the executive board, Clingendael Institute (The Netherlands Institute of International Relations), Leimuiden, The Netherlands
  66. George Landrith, LLB, adjunct professor at the George Mason School of Law, President, Frontiers of Freedom Institute (FF.org), Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.A.
  67. Brian Lavelle, Attorney (University of Virginia School of Law), The Van Winkle Law Firm, Asheville, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  68. Simon Lee, The Lion Rock Institute, Hong Kong, China
  69. David R. Legates, PhD, Director, Center for Climatic Research, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, U.S.A.
  70. Jay Lehr, BEng (Princeton), PhD (environmental science and ground water hydrology), Science Director, The Heartland Institute, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
  71. John Liljegren, Law Degree, JD (University of California, Berkeley), Chief Operating Officer, Mastery Learning Institute (network of Arthur Academy Charter Schools), Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.
  72. Floy Lilley, BS, JD, Adjunct Faculty, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama, U.S.A.
  73. Michael Limburg, Engineer, deputy press-speaker of Europäisches Institut für Klima & Energie (EIKE – European Institute for Climate & Energy), Groß Glienicke, Germany
  74. Bob Long, B.E. (Electrical, University of Queensland), Diploma of Computer Science, Electrical Engineer; Computer Scientist, author of the 1988 booklet “Greenhouse Hokum”, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  75. Howard Maccabee, PhD, MD, President, Doctors for Disaster Preparedness, Alamo, California, U.S.A.
  76. Jennifer Marohasy, BSc, PhD, Biologist, Writer, Senior Fellow, Institute of Public Affairs, Director, Australian Environment Foundation, Sydney, Australia
  77. Jim Martin, President of 60 Plus Association, Arlington, Virginia, U.S.A.
  78. Ian C. McClintok, New South Wales Farmers Association, New South Wales, Australia
  79. Owen McShane, Resource Economist, Centre for Resource Management Studies, New Zealand; policy panel of the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition
  80. Amos Meyer, Theoretical Physics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Modeling, Chief Scientist, Westport, Connecticut, U.S.A.
  81. Steven J. Milloy,  BA (Natural Sciences, Johns Hopkins University), Master of Health Sciences (Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health), Juris Doctorate (University of Baltimore), Master of Laws (Georgetown University Law Center), Portfolio Manager, Free Enterprise Action Fund, Founder and Publisher, JunkScience.com, Potomac, Maryland, U.S.A.
  82. Ferenc Mark Miskolczi, PhD, atmospheric physicist, formerly of NASA’s Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, U.S.A.
  83. Christopher Monckton, Viscount of Brenchley, Chief Policy Advisor, Science and Public Policy Institute, Quantification of Climate Sensitivity, Carie, Rannoch, Scotland
  84. Paul E. Morris, MD (retired), Oakland, California, U.S.A.
  85. Todd Nesbit, PhD (economics), Assistant Professor of Economics, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Erie, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  86. Muriel Newman, Doctor of [Mathematics] Education (EdD,  Rutgers University), BSc (Auckland, NZ), New Zealand Centre for Political Research, former Member of Parliament (NZ), WHANGAREI, New Zealand
  87. Marita Noon, Executive Director, Citizens’ Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE), Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.
  88. James J. O’Brien, PhD, Emeritus Professor, Meteorology and Oceanography, Florida State University, Florida, U.S.A.
  89. Alan P. Patarga, Secretary, Federazione Ambiente Agricoltura, Instituto Bruno Leoni, Italy
  90. Timothy Patterson, PhD, Professor & Director, Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Center, Department of Earth Sciences (paleoclimatology), Carleton University, Chair – International Climate Science Coalition, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  91. Faelton C. Perkins Jr., MA (Metallurgical Engineering), President (retired), The Henry Perkins Co,. A Meehanite Foundry, Bridgewater, Maryland, U.S.A.
  92. James Poesl, MS (Environmental Policy Studies), BS (Environmental Studies), Certificate (Environmental Management and Infrastructure), Senior Environmental Policy Analyst, Decisive Action LLC, Freehold, New Jersey, U.S.A.
  93. Belinda Rankin, Vice President of External Relations, Frontiers of Freedom Institute (FF.org), Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.A.
  94. Malcolm Roberts, BE (U of Qld), MBA (U of Chicago), Chartered Engineer (UK); Fellow AICD, Fellow ASQ, Director, IMC – International Montessori Council, U.S.A.; Director – Catalyst For Corporate Performance Pty Ltd., Brisbane, Australia
  95. Craig Rucker, MPA, Executive Director and environmental policy expert, Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), Washington, District of Columbia, U.S.A.
  96. James Rust, PhD (Nuclear Engineering, Purdue University), MEng (Nuclear, MIT), BSc (Chemical, Purdue), Retired professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A
  97. Ronald J. Rychlak, JD, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Mississippi School of Law, Oxford, Mississippi, U.S.A.
  98. Paul Saunders, MS (Chemical Engineering, Lehigh University), BS (University of Massachusetts), Semiconductor & Opto-electronic Device Manufacturing, Retired Senior Engineer (Process, Quality Control & Calibration), AT&T-Western Electric, Lucent Technologies, Agere Systems, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  99. Richard A. Schulman, M.A. (Columbia University), M.A. (New York University), Retired technology consultant, New York, U.S.A.
  100. Peter K. Seldin, New Canaan, Connecticut, USA
  101. Fred Singer, PhD, Professor Emeritus (Environmental Sciences), University of Virginia, former director, U.S. Weather Satellite Service, Science and Environmental Policy Project, Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.A.
  102. Douglas Southgate, PhD, Professor of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A.
  103. Roy W. Spencer, PhD, climatologist, Principal Research Scientist, Earth System Science Center, The University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, U.S.A.
  104. Paul Spite, BAgrig, BSc (Environmental Design, Ball State University, Muncie), President, AFD Consulting (full service architectural firm), Cookeville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
  105. Carlo Stagnaro, Eng, Director, Department Energy and Environment (environment/energy economics), Istituto Bruno Leoni, Torino, Italy
  106. Wojciech J. Szalecki, PhD (Organic Chemistry), senior scientist,  formerly University of Lodz, Poland, and University of Colorado, now in Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A.
  107. Mitchell Taylor, PhD, Biologist (Polar Bear Specialist), Wildlife Research Section, Department of Environment, Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada
  108. George H. Taylor, Certified Consulting Meteorologist, Former State Climatologist (Oregon), Past President, American Association of State Climatologists, Corvallis, Oregon, U.S.A.
  109. Maggie Thauerskold, economist, freelance writer, Helsingborg, Sweden
  110. Holger Thuss, PhD (history), CFACT, Jena, Germany
  111. Margaret Tse, PhD, CEO, Instituto Liberdade (Brazialian ‘Think Tank’), Porto Alegre RS, Brazil
  112. Anthony Watts, ItWorks/IntelliWeather, Founder, surfacestation s.org, Chico, California, U.S.A.
  113. Gerd-Rainer Weber, PhD, Consulting Meteorologist, Essen, Germany
  114. Steven J. Welcenbach, BS (Chemistry, University of Wisconsin), Chemist, Environmental and Waste Project, Owner and President, Alchemical Ventures, Inc, majority owner and President, Third Coast Courier Inc, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

And many more have signed this statement.


Letter from Harold Lewis, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, to Curtis G. Callan Jr, Princeton University, President of the American Physical Society.  In this letter, Lewis resigns from the APS.

Dear Curt:
When I first joined the American Physical Society sixty-seven years ago it was much smaller, much gentler, and as yet uncorrupted by the money flood (a threat against which Dwight Eisenhower warned a half-century ago). Indeed, the choice of physics as a profession was then a guarantor of a life of poverty and abstinence—it was World War II that changed all that. The prospect of worldly gain drove few physicists. As recently as thirty-five years ago, when I chaired the first APS study of a contentious social/scientific issue, The Reactor Safety Study, though there were zealots aplenty on the outside there was no hint of inordinate pressure on us as physicists. We were therefore able to produce what I believe was and is an honest appraisal of the situation at that time. We were further enabled by the presence of an oversight committee consisting of Pief Panofsky, Vicki Weisskopf, and Hans Bethe, all towering physicists beyond reproach. I was proud of what we did in a charged atmosphere. In the end the oversight committee, in its report to the APS President, noted the complete independence in which we did the job, and predicted that the report would be attacked from both sides. What greater tribute could there be?

How different it is now. The giants no longer walk the earth, and the money flood has become the raison d’être of much physics research, the vital sustenance of much more, and it provides the support for untold numbers of professional jobs. For reasons that will soon become clear my former pride at being an APS Fellow all these years has been turned into shame, and I am forced, with no pleasure at all, to offer you my resignation from the Society.

It is of course, the global warming scam, with the (literally) trillions of dollars driving it, that has corrupted so many scientists, and has carried APS before it like a rogue wave. It is the greatest and most successful pseudoscientific fraud I have seen in my long life as a physicist. Anyone who has the faintest doubt that this is so should force himself to read the ClimateGate documents, which lay it bare. (Montford’s book organizes the facts very well.) I don’t believe that any real physicist, nay scientist, can read that stuff without revulsion. I would almost make that revulsion a definition of the word scientist.

So what has the APS, as an organization, done in the face of this challenge? It has accepted the corruption as the norm, and gone along with it. For example:

  1. About a year ago a few of us sent an e-mail on the subject to a fraction of the membership. APS ignored the issues, but the then President immediately launched a hostile investigation of where we got the e-mail addresses. In its better days, APS used to encourage discussion of important issues, and indeed the Constitution cites that as its principal purpose. No more. Everything that has been done in the last year has been designed to silence debate
  2. The appallingly tendentious APS statement on Climate Change was apparently written in a hurry by a few people over lunch, and is certainly not representative of the talents of APS members as I have long known them. So a few of us petitioned the Council to reconsider it. One of the outstanding marks of (in)distinction in the Statement was the poison word incontrovertible, which describes few items in physics, certainly not this one. In response APS appointed a secret committee that never met, never troubled to speak to any skeptics, yet endorsed the Statement in its entirety. (They did admit that the tone was a bit strong, but amazingly kept the poison word incontrovertible to describe the evidence, a position supported by no one.) In the end, the Council kept the original statement, word for word, but approved a far longer “explanatory” screed, admitting that there were uncertainties, but brushing them aside to give blanket approval to the original. The original Statement, which still stands as the APS position, also contains what I consider pompous and asinine advice to all world governments, as if the APS were master of the universe. It is not, and I am embarrassed that our leaders seem to think it is. This is not fun and games, these are serious matters involving vast fractions of our national substance, and the reputation of the Society as a scientific society is at stake.
  3. In the interim the ClimateGate scandal broke into the news, and the machinations of the principal alarmists were revealed to the world. It was a fraud on a scale I have never seen, and I lack the words to describe its enormity. Effect on the APS position: none. None at all. This is not science; other forces are at work.
  4. So a few of us tried to bring science into the act (that is, after all, the alleged and historic purpose of APS), and collected the necessary 200+ signatures to bring to the Council a proposal for a Topical Group on Climate Science, thinking that open discussion of the scientific issues, in the best tradition of physics, would be beneficial to all, and also a contribution to the nation. I might note that it was not easy to collect the signatures, since you denied us the use of the APS membership list. We conformed in every way with the requirements of the APS Constitution, and described in great detail what we had in mind—simply to bring the subject into the open.<
  5. To our amazement, Constitution be damned, you declined to accept our petition, but instead used your own control of the mailing list to run a poll on the members’ interest in a TG on Climate and the Environment. You did ask the members if they would sign a petition to form a TG on your yet-to-be-defined subject, but provided no petition, and got lots of affirmative responses. (If you had asked about sex you would have gotten more expressions of interest.) There was of course no such petition or proposal, and you have now dropped the Environment part, so the whole matter is moot. (Any lawyer will tell you that you cannot collect signatures on a vague petition, and then fill in whatever you like.) The entire purpose of this exercise was to avoid your constitutional responsibility to take our petition to the Council.
  6. As of now you have formed still another secret and stacked committee to organize your own TG, simply ignoring our lawful petition.

APS management has gamed the problem from the beginning, to suppress serious conversation about the merits of the climate change claims. Do you wonder that I have lost confidence in the organization?

I do feel the need to add one note, and this is conjecture, since it is always risky to discuss other people’s motives. This scheming at APS HQ is so bizarre that there cannot be a simple explanation for it. Some have held that the physicists of today are not as smart as they used to be, but I don’t think that is an issue. I think it is the money, exactly what Eisenhower warned about a half-century ago. There are indeed trillions of dollars involved, to say nothing of the fame and glory (and frequent trips to exotic islands) that go with being a member of the club. Your own Physics Department (of which you are chairman) would lose millions a year if the global warming bubble burst. When Penn State absolved Mike Mann of wrongdoing, and the University of East Anglia did the same for Phil Jones, they cannot have been unaware of the financial penalty for doing otherwise. As the old saying goes, you don’t have to be a weatherman to know which way the wind is blowing. Since I am no philosopher, I’m not going to explore at just which point enlightened self-interest crosses the line into corruption, but a careful reading of the ClimateGate releases makes it clear that this is not an academic question.

I want no part of it, so please accept my resignation. APS no longer represents me, but I hope we are still friends.

Harold Lewis is Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, former Chairman; Former member Defense Science Board, chmn of Technology panel; Chairman DSB study on Nuclear Winter; Former member Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards; Former member, President’s Nuclear Safety Oversight Committee; Chairman APS study on Nuclear Reactor Safety
Chairman Risk Assessment Review Group; Co-founder and former Chairman of JASON; Former member USAF Scientific Advisory Board; Served in US Navy in WW II; books: Technological Risk (about, surprise, technological risk) and Why Flip a Coin (about decision making)


The NIPCC Report on the Scientific Consensus By Craig D. Idso, Robert M. Carter, and S. Fred Singer, NIPCC, Nov 23, 2015 http://climatechangereconsidered.org/

Download with no charge https://www.heartland.org/policy-documents/why-scientists-disagree-about-global-warming Climate

Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science Idso, Carter, and Singer, Lead Authors/Editors, 2013 https://www.heartland.org/media-library/pdfs/CCR-II/CCR-II-Full.pdf

Summary: http://www.nipccreport.org/reports/ccr2a/pdf/Summary-for-Policymakers.pdf

Climate Change Reconsidered II: Biological Impacts Idso, Idso, Carter, and Singer, Lead Authors/Editors, 2014 http://www.nipccreport.org/reports/ccr2b/pdf/Full-Report.pdf

Summary: https://www.heartland.org/media-library/pdfs/CCR-IIb/Summary-for-Policymakers.pdf


The Right Stuff on Climate.  Former NASA scientists, engineers and astronaut’s analysis and report on climate change



“On the Present Halting of Global Warming.”

First line of abstract: “The rise in global average temperature over the last century has halted since roughly the year 2000, despite the fact that the release of CO2 into the atmosphere is still increasing.”

… Paragraph 2 in section 2.1 “Based on various climate change data, such as those of tree rings [5], glacial retreat [6] and river ice breakup [7], Akasofu [8] showed that global warming began as early as 1800 ~ 1850 and NOT AFTER CO2 began to increase very rapidly around 1946. Further, among these factors, the sea level increase from about 1850 to 2000 was also almost linear, though with a slightly decreasing rate [9].”

(Capitalization of the words “NOT AFTER” is mine for emphasis. In other words, the hypothesized effect cannot occur before the hypothesized cause. Full pdf of this science paper at this link. Dr. Syun-Ichi Akasofu, International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA. Published: 3 May 2013.  http://www.mdpi.com/2225-1154/1/1/4/pdf )


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