[ RadSafe ] Global Stuff
JPreisig at aol.com
JPreisig at aol.com
Mon Apr 23 13:08:49 CDT 2012
Is there a reference referred to in the google news item??? I don't
He seems to be an independent researcher. The gentleman has written books
on global warming.
Maybe his data source references are in one of his books???
I suspect global warming data, in general, might be available from
NASA/Goddard Space Center,
US NOAA and its weather branches, etc. The British may have similar
I remember some of the global warming reports coming out of the
University of East Anglia
(Britain). A weather/atmospheric/meteorology professor out of Penn State
(Dr. Mann) was also the
source of some of the global warming articles.
I guess a google search on global warming or earth AND temperature
might be a good source
of information. See also Wikipedia????
Hope you find what you want. Joe Preisig
In a message dated 4/23/2012 1:56:23 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
idiasjrj at gmail.com writes:
Isthere a reference to data that supports his opinion?
J. R. Johnson
On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 10:29 AM, <JPreisig at aol.com> wrote:
> Dear Radsafe:
> From: _jpreisig at aol.com_ (mailto:jpreisig at aol.com) .
> Hey all,
> Hope you are well. Google news today has a news item about one
> of the Global Warming gurus
> (Lovelock???) and describes how he is stepping back from his original
> predictions for Earth
> Global Warming and the Earth's future. Seems temperature data for the
> Earth is indicating (over
> the last decade or so) that the Earth isn't getting as toasty/hot as he
> had predicted. Please read the news
> item if you so desire.
> Was it all just Earth polar motion (Chandler Wobble, Annual
> Wobble) or other things????
> Guess we'll see in the near future...
> Google news today also has a news item about the DARPA (not
> DAPRA!!!!!) hypersonic
> plane and recent tests trying to go MACH 20 (MACH 20, Geez, is that
> necessary; how much acceleration/velocity can a human or payload
> stand???). The news item
> addresses how the hypersonic plane/spacecraft failed.
> And for my friends in Pennsylvania, eastern Pennsylvania has
> natural gas and western
> Pennsylvania has coal. I'm sure USA power companies will be using both
> resources over the next
> 20 to 50 years. And when everything else is gone, the USA will still
> nuclear power and
> coal. I do remember there are a few nuclear plants in Pennsylvania.
> Is it time for Atmospheric researchers to jump off the global
> warming bandwagon????
> Maybe if DARPA can lower the MACH number a bit, one of us Health
> Nuclear Engineers, Medical Physicists, Physicists etc. can take a trip on
> the hypersonic plane/
> spacecraft to Mars???!!!!
> Have a great week.
> Regards, Joseph R. (Joe) Preisig
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