[ RadSafe ] Question these scientists in Albuquerque Sept 16, 17

Howard howard.long at comcast.net
Sun Jun 5 13:54:58 CDT 2011

Questions on these subjects (climate change, low dose radiation effects, etc,)
can be best discussed at reception, meals and after presentations at this meeting.
Health physicists welcome. No doctor degree required, but speakers use technical language.
Howard Long



The time is now here to plan to attend this year's DDP meeting which will be held July 15-17 in Albuquerque, NM.  

There is an optional tour to Los Alamos during the day on Friday, July 15.  The tour is full.

The welcome reception will be from 7pm to 9pm on Friday evening and Saturday and Sunday will be full days of speakers and the meeting will adjourn at 5pm on Sunday.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

7:45 AM
Welcome Jane Orient, M.D., DDP President

8:00 AM
Our “Clean and Sustainable” Energy Future. S. Fred Singer, Ph.D. 
Internationally known for his work on environmental issues, Dr. Singer pioneered rocket and satellite technology.

9:00 AM
Solar Radiation, Indian Summer Monsoon, and Dragonfly Migration. Willie Soon, Ph.D. 
Dr. Soon, an astrophysicist and geoscientist, authored The Maunder Minimum and the Variable Sun-Earth Connection.

10:15 AM
The Benefits of Carbon Dioxide Enrichment. Craig Idso, Ph.D. 
Dr. Idso is the founder and current chairman of the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change.

11:15 AM
Believing Six Impossible Things before Breakfast, and Climate Models. Christopher Essex, Ph.D. 
Dr. Essex is Prof. of Applied Mathematics at Univ. Western Ontario, and former director of its theoretical physics program.

12:15 PM
Lunch: Corruption in the American Political Process. Arthur Robinson, Ph.D. 
Dr. Robinson, editor of Access to Energy, is a congressional candidate in Oregon's District 4.

2:00 PM
The Gross Scientific Faults in the Anthropogenic Global Warming Hypothesis.William Gray, Ph.D. 
Dr. Gray, prof. emeritus of atmospheric science, Colorado State University, has studied tropical cyclones for 40 years.

3:00 PM
Climate Change in Alaska? Richard Alan Keen, Ph.D. 
Dr. Keen has written 8 books about weather and climate, and formerly taught at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

6:30 PM
Reception & Banquet. The High Ground: the Importance of Dominance in Space.Hon. Harrison Schmitt
Astronaut and former U.S. Senator Schmitt was the last man to set foot on the moon.


Sunday, July 17, 2011

8:00 AM
The Environment of Fear: a Continuing Crisis. Jay Lehr, Ph.D. 
Dr. Lehr is Heartland Institute Senior Fellow and Science Director. He has authored more than 400 articles and 12 books.

9:00 AM
The Strategic Defense of the United States. Gregory Canavan, Ph.D. 
Dr. Canavan, an expert in remote sensing and communication works in the Physics Div. at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

10:15 AM
The Effects of Low-Dose Radiation. Bobby Scott, Ph.D. 
Dr. Scott, senior scientist, Loveland Respiratory Research Institute, studies mechanism-based modeling of radiation effects.

11:15 AM
Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Energy. Howard Hayden, Ph.D. 
Dr. Hayden is professor emeritus of physics, University of Connecticut, and publishes The Energy Advocate.

12:15 PM
Lunch: Documentary Screening - 3 Billion & Counting, Rutledge Taylor, M.D. 
Dr. Rutledge takes an in depth look into the deadly consequences of the 1972 ban on DDT.

2:00 PM
Enjoy Eating Saturated Fats: They're Good for You. Donald W. Miller, Jr., M.D. 
Dr. Miller is professor of surgery, cardiothoracic division, Univ. Washington, and writes frequently for Lewrockwell.com.

3:00 PM
Immediate Life-saving Care in a Mass Casualty Event. Steven Hatfill, M.D. 
Dr. Hatfield is an instructor in tactical combat casualty care for specialized units of the U.S. armed services.

4:00 PM
Radiation Monitoring in Peacetime and War. Allen Brodsky, Ph.D. 
Dr. Brodsky is the author of Actions for Survival: Protections from Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism.

Sheraton Albuquerque Airport
2910 Yale Blvd SE (just north of the airport)
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Room rate is $89.  Please call 505-843-7000 and ask for the DDP room block.
Registration for the meeting-
Regular: $250
Additional Guests: $200

If you have been confirmed to be on the Los Alamos Tour list (which is now FULL), fee is $50 per adult. Passport required!


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