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Author of PRIORITY ONE Together We can Beat Global Warming. Published as paper-back in US and hard-cover in Australia. Agricultural consultant both in Australia and the US. Aviation meteorologist and lecturer.
American Association for the Advancement of Science Australian Gliding Association
Various agricultural magazines and newspapers.
No degree, but post graduate work on nuclear physics and early computer designs at Dept of Physics, University of Sydney. Numerous lectures and presentations at colleges both in Australia and the US.
Several agricultural design awards at the Australian National Agricultural Field Days. Winner Queensland Gold Coast City 2001 Innovation Design Award
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I think your question is an excellent summation of what most people want to know, and I can answer those questions. No we are not going to get as hot as Venus. If the carbon dioxide levels got
There is no doubt at all, global warming is happening. UN figures inform us that an extra 250,000 people, at least, die each year from the new "extreme weather events" now happening all round the world
Talking about high altitude commercial jet aircraft you say: “It is coal ash they are spraying and it contains high level of barium, aluminium and strontium”. If you really believe that’s what’s
v Jet planes are no different from cars. The both burn oil based fuels. The exhaust gasses of both are predominantly carbon dioxide and water. On the ground the water remains as a clear vapour.
We go through maybe six tons of geocarboniferous materials to power our Western societies. The exact quantities are related to the chemical composition of the oyster shells. Because it's not worth doing