Conferencia de Fred Singer durante la pasada 2008 International Conference on Climate Change

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Como les había prometido, comienzo con la publicación de los materiales que me van llegando de la 2008 International Conference on Climate Change, celebrada el pasado Marzo en Nueva York. Disfruten esta primera charla de Fred Singer:


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4 comentarios en «Conferencia de Fred Singer durante la pasada 2008 International Conference on Climate Change»

  1. AQUI LES ENVIO LA NOTA DE LA CONFERENCIA DE LA MINI ERA DEL HIELO DEL SIGLO XXI QUE SE REALIZARA ESTE VERANO 2008
    COMMITTEE ON SPACE RESEARCH
    37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly
    Montreal, Canada , 13-20 July 2008
    37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2008
    Space Studies of the Earth’s Surface, Meteorology and Climate (A)
    Atmospheric Remote Sensing: Surface Layer, Troposphere, Stratosphere and Climate (A11)
    THE MINI-ICE AGE OF THE XXITH CENTURY
    Dr Victor Manuel Velasco Herrera, vmv@geofisica.unam.mx
    Instituto de Geofisica, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico DF, Mexico
    The Mini-ice Age of the XXIth Century
    Victor Velasco
    Instituto de Geofısica, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, C.U., 04510 Coyoacan,
    Mexico, D.F., MEXICO
    Abstract
    The nature of the climatic change response to solar variability is assessed over a long-time scale.
    Our preliminary studies of the last 2000 years show close connection between the variation of
    the global maxima and minima periods of secular solar activity and warming and mini ice
    age occurred during this period. Such a modulation of the terrestrial temperature may bring
    unexpected results and consequences to the climatic change in the 21st century that may be
    translated in a mini-Ice Age which is predicted to occur in the next 20-40 years.

  2. No me digas peptio! Qué noticia!
    Pero, de lo que cuenta, qué me dices? Cuál es tu exégesis? En qué se equivoca o miente? Vamos, que no estamos aquí para discutir filiaciones (yo, sin ir más lejos, recibo cheques de la CIA y las petroleras también, dicen)

  3. President, The Science & Environmental Policy Project.
    Editorial Advisory Board Member, Cato Institute. Advisory Board Member, American Council on Science and Health. Adjunct Scholar, National Center for Policy Analysis. Research Fellow, Independent Institute. Distinguished Research Professor, Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University. Former Adjunct Fellow, Frontiers of Freedom. Former Fellow, Hoover Institution. Former Fellow, Heritage Foundation. Former Fellow, The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition. Editor, Global Climate Change newsletter.

    Singer, a leading climate change skeptic, is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal and other publications.

    In a February 2001 letter to the Washington Post, Singer denied receiving funding from the oil industry, except for consulting work some 20 years prior. SEPP, however, received multiple grants from ExxonMobil, including 1998 and 2000. In addition, Singer’s current CV on the SEPP website states that he served as a consultant to several oil companies. The organizations Singer has recently been affiliated with – Frontiers of Freedom, ACSH, NCPA, etc. – have recieved generous grants from Exxon on an annual basis. Singer Letter to the Editor -Washington Post February 12, 2001 It is ironic that the attempt by two environmental activists to misrepresent my credentials [letters, Feb. 6] coincides with a sustained cold spell in the United States that set a 100-year record. As for full disclosure: My resume clearly states that consulted for several oil companies on the subject of oil pricing, some 20 years ago, after publishing a monograph on the subject. My connection to oil during the past decade is as a Wesson Fellow at the Hoover Institution; the Wesson money derives from salad oil. S. FRED SINGER Singer is listed as a $500 plus contributer to the Center for Individual Rights. Singer’s publications include “The Scientific Case Against the Global Climate Treaty” (SEPP, 1997), “Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate” (The Independent Institute, 1997) Singer signed the Leipzig Delcaration.

    PhD in Physics, Princeton. Former Director, US National Weather Satellite Center. Former Professor of Environmental Sciences, Univeristy of Virginia (1971-94). Former Deputy Administrator EPA (1970-71). See: http://www.sepp.org/about%20sepp/bios/singer/cvsfs.html

    A sueldo de Exxon…

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