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An Objective Look at the Global Warming Issue

August 29, 2017

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Life Science 103

William Brown

719.242.5969

william.brown@csupueblo.edu


Hal Doiron, Ph.D., is a retired NASA engineer and chairman of the Right Climate Stuff Research Team. This team is primarily composed of NASA retirees who have been joined by several retired industry and university researchers to perform an objective assessment of the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) controversy. In the 2010-2011-time period, Dr. James Hansen, also of NASA, was being widely quoted about an impending climate disaster, and NASA retirees from the manned space program were concerned that this prediction was without physical evidence to support the conclusion. It was feared that such unsupervised public declarations might damage the reputation of NASA as an objective science agency. Doiron will discuss how our current climate variations compare with historical variations at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 29 in Life Sciences 103 on the CSU-Pueblo campus. He also will discuss how his team modeled the effect of Greenhouse Gases on earth surface temperature and validated the model.


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