There is no climate emergency

 A global network of 1400 scientists and professionals has prepared this urgent message. Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific. Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures.

Natural as well as anthropogenic factors cause warming

The geological archive reveals that Earth’s climate has varied as long as the planet has existed, with natural cold and warm phases. The Little Ice Age ended as recently as 1850. Therefore, it is no surprise that we now are experiencing a period of warming.

Warming is far slower than predicted

The world has warmed significantly less than predicted by IPCC on the basis of modeled anthropogenic forcing. The gap between the real world and the modeled world tells us that we are far from understanding climate change.

Climate policy relies on inadequate models

Climate models have many shortcomings and are not remotely plausible as global policy tools. They blow up the effect of greenhouse gases such as CO2. In addition, they ignore the fact that enriching the atmosphere with CO2 is beneficial.

CO2 is plant food, the basis of all life on Earth

CO2 is not a pollutant. It is essential to all life on Earth. Photosynthesis is a blessing. More CO2 is beneficial for nature, greening the Earth: additional CO2 in the air has promoted growth in global plant biomass. It is also good for agriculture, increasing the yields of crops worldwide.

Global warming has not increased natural disasters

There is no statistical evidence that global warming is intensifying hurricanes, floods, droughts and suchlike natural disasters, or making them more frequent. However, there is ample evidence that CO2-mitigation measures are as damaging as they are costly.

Climate policy must respect scientific and economic realities

There is no climate emergency. Therefore, there is no cause for panic and alarm. We strongly oppose the harmful and unrealistic net-zero CO2 policy proposed for 2050. If better approaches emerge, and they certainly will, we have ample time to reflect and re-adapt. The aim of global policy should be ‘prosperity for all’ by providing reliable and affordable energy at all times. In a prosperous society men and women are well educated, birthrates are low and people care about their environment.


1. Richard Lindzen, Emeritus Professor Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate, MIT; WCD Ambassador
2. Edward Abbott MD, Retired obstetrician, BSc in math and chemistry
3. Dr. Syun-Ichi Akasofu, Professor of Geophysics, Founding Director of the International Arctic Research Center of the University of Alaska Fairbanks from 1998 until 2007. Previously, prof. Akasofu had been director of the University’s Geophysical Institute
4. Ralph B. Alexander, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Science Writer
5. Michael Antonetti P.G., Professional geologist for 35+ years in Pennsylvania with Ms in glacial geomorphology
6. Anthony J. Armini, Retired Founder and CEO Implant Sciences Corp.
7. Dr. Malgorzata Askanas, Senior R&D Associate at the Aurora Biophysics Research Institute
8. Hans-Peter Bähr, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology, Canada and Former Dean of Basic Medical Sciences, American University of Barbados, Barbados
9. Donna Barr, lifetime career as investigative journalist worldwide
10. Bryan Barrilleaux, MD, Physician of Internal Medicine
11. Joe Bastardi, chief meteorologist, Author of Amazon weather/climate best sellers : The Climate Chronicles: Inconvenient Revelations you Won’t Hear from Al Gore and others; 2cnd Book: The Weaponization of Weather in the Phony Climate War
12. Captain Walter Bates, flew virtually all of United Airline’s aircraft all over the world, including everything from the old DC-6 up through the largest Boeings such as the B-777 and the B 747- 400; from his lifetime of experience he knows that the so-called man-made Mid-Troposhere Hot Zone just does not exist
13. Charles G. Battig, Climate Adviser, Heartland Institute
14. Eric Baum PhD in Theoretical Physics, Princeton University
15. Dr. Ernest Calvin Beisner, Expert on the Ethics and Economics of Climate and Energy Policy, Founder and Spokesman of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation
16. Larry Bell, Endowed Professor of Space Architecture, University of Houston
17. Frank X. Bellini, Geologist and Environmental Scientist, lifetime experience in the nuclear power industry
18. Dr. Shmuel Ben-Shmuel PhD in Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering, retired aerospace engineer, worked on the Space Shuttle, doing Computational Fluid Dynamics simulations
19. David J. Benard, Chemical Physicist & Co-inventor of the Oxygen-iodine Chemical Laser
20. Edward X. Berry PhD, Atmospheric Physicist, American Meteorological Society, Author, Climate Physics LLC
21. Ronald Berti, lifetime career in the semiconductor industry
22. Brent J. Bielema, studied Economics at Northern Illinois University, professional nutritional counseler
23. Dr. David L. Black, Clinical and Forensic Toxicologist (Microbiology, Immunology, Pathology, Pharmacology), Vanderbilt University Nashville, currently adjunct and member of Department of Medicine Board of Visitors
24. Jared L. Black, Numerical Analysis Consultant, ScD
25. Thomas Lindsay Blanton PhD in Tectonophysics, Texas A&M University, Over 40 years experience as an advisor and consultant in geomechanics specializing in compaction, subsidence, and lithospheric stress determination
26. Elliott D. Bloom, Emeritus Professor of Particle Physics and Astrophysics, KIPAC-SLAG, Stanford University
27. David Boleneus, Professional Geologist
28. Daniel Botkin, Emeritus Professor of Biology, Climate Researcher, Author of the Book: Twenty-five Myths That Are Destroying the Environment
29. Robert L. Bradley jr., CEO and Founder of the Institute for Energy Research
30. Dr. William Briggs, Alumnus Cornell University, Writer and Philosopher
31. Daniel Brimhall, MS Extractive Metallurgy, University of Utah, retired Vice President Operations, American Chemet, East Helena, MT, now active as consultant
32. Clare Livingston (Bud) Bromley III, BS Natural Sciences, scientific instruments executive
33. Joel M.G. Brown, retired petroleum engineer
34. Dr.Larry Frank Brown PhD in Range Plant Ecology (Ecophysiology) from Colorado State University (1974), President of L.F. Brown & Assoc. Inc.
35. Gerald Brunetto, Retired after lifetime career in engineering & building nuclear & fossil fuel fired steam power plants
36. James W. Buell PhD, Aquatic Biologist, Consultant
37. Robert Bugiada, Senior Process Engineer at R.C. Costello & Assoc. Inc
38. Dr. H. Sterling Burnett PhD, Applied Philosophy with a specialization in Environmental Ethics, past Senior Fellow of the National Center for Policy Analysis, now Senior Fellow Heartland Institute
39. David Burton, System and Computer Scientist, Expert Reviewer of AR5 and AR6, Member of the CO2 Coalition, and Creator of the website
40. Mark Shane Butler, MA in mathematics, lifetime career in data science
41. Roger Caiazza, Pollution Meteorologist, life time experience in the electric generating business, retired Director of the Environmental Energy Alliance of New York, currently managing the blog Pragmatic Environmentalist of New York
42. Ron Cakebread, mechanical engineer with 35 years in the industrial automation business; experience in modeling, simulation, and analysis of very complex systems
43. Sharon R. Camp PhD, Retired Analytical Chemist and Environmental Scientist
44. Nick Capaldi PhD, Author Books on Logic, the Scientific Method and the Philosophy of Science
45. John Carr, Electronic Engineer, specialised in antenna and satellite installations
46. Marion G. Ceruti PhD Chemistry, Retired Research Scientist, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific
47. Dr. Francis Cheng, Professor of Chemistry with specialties in carbon materials, batteries and energy conversion, University of Idaho
48. Mitchell R. Childress, Archaeologist and Cultural Resource Environmental Compliance Specialist, Commonwealth Heritage Group
49. Prof. Krishnan Chittur, emeritus-professor in chemical engineering and biotech, Univ of ALabama Huntsville, cofounder of medical diagnostics startup (genecapture)
50. Terigi Ciccone, Engineer, author of “A Hitchhiker’s Journey Through Climate Change,” and a proud former Sierra Club member
51. Dr. Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, PhD, DSc Pol, University Professor Emeritus at George Mason University, Jefferson Science Fellow of National Academy of Sciences, Fellow of AAAS American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of AMS American Mathematical Society
52. Roy Clark, Climate Researcher, Retired Engineer, California
53. Bob Cohen, Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM), MS in (physical) oceanography from Texas A&M University and a BS in meteorology from Penn State University, I have been working with weather data and applications of this data for over 40 years
54. Dr. Richard Collingham PhD in Engineering, Professor for 16 years teaching Graduate Level Heat Transfer and Fluid flow courses
55. Sabin W. Colton PhD, Biochemist and Marine Biologist
56. Martin Cornell, Retired Senior Scientist, Dow Chemical Company
57. David T. Cramer, MS, Instructor of Sociology and Psychology, Pratt Community College
58. John Curtin Msc in Economics, lifetime experience in strategic planning and forecasting
59. Joseph S. D’aleo, Professor of Meteorology and Climatology at Lyndon Stage College, Founder of, First Director of meteorology of the Weather Channel
60. Raphael D’Alonzo, Analytical Chemist, Retired Associate Director, the Proctor & Gamble Company
61. George Davey, Physicist, University of Iowa
62. Donn Dears, GE Company Engineer, and Senior Executive, Retired, Author of ’Net-zero Carbon, The Climate Policy Destroying America’
63. James DeMeo PhD, Retired Expert in Earth and Atmospheric Science, Oregon
64. David Deming, Professor of Arts & Sciences, University of Oklahoma
65. William Robert Detzner, retired special education teacher, fighter agains the continuing reduction of personal freedom
66. Robert G. Dillon, retired physician and astronomist
67. Robert G. Dodge, Attorney
68. Terry Donze, BS-Geological Engineering, Lifetime Career in Geophysical Consulting
69. Michael Down, Petroleum Engineer, lifetime experience in the geo-energy industry
70. Jack D. Downing, Geologist and Geophysicist
71. Gordon A. Dressler MSc, 36-year professional career as a rocket and spacecraft propulsion engineer, awarded six patents in the field of rocket propulsion
72. Paul Driessen, Senior Policy Advisor, Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) and Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
73. John Droz jr., Physicist, Founder of AWED Alliance
74. Dr. William DuBroff PhD Metallurgy, Former Director of Research Inland Steel, Former Asst. Professor Clemson University
75. John Dueker, MBA University of Houston, BSEE University of Notre Dame, 45 years of experience in environmental permit compliance
76. John Dale Dunn MD, JD, Lecturer Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort Hood, Texas
77. Prof. James E. Enstrom PhD, MPH, FFACE, Retired UCLA Research Professor in Epidemiology, President of the Scientific Integrity Institute, Los Angeles
78. Richard G. Eramian, BA in MPthematics and physics
79. Willis Eschenbach, Generalist and Author of many (peer-reviewed) critical Climate Articles with numerous Citations
80. Vincent Esposito, Adjunct Professor University of Pittsburg, PA, Doctor of Science in Nuclear Engineering (Un. FoViginia), Retired Manager fromWestinghouse Electric Company
81. Douglas Fairobent, Retired Physicist trained in Condensed Matter Theory, PhD (Physics), University of Michigan, 1978
82. Peter Farrell, Fellow of the US National Academy of Engineering
83. Ralph English Fisler, Professional Aerospace Engineer
84. Edward Patrick Flaherty, American lawyer based in Geneva, litigating against the UN, WMO, WIPO and other IOs on behalf of staff members, whistleblowers and injured third parties
85. Rex Fleming, Research Scientist, Author of Book on Carbon Dioxide Fallacy, Retired President Global Aerospace
86. Jim Folcik, Geosciences Manager Extraction Oil & Gas
87. James Forensky B.S.E.E., M.D. with background in Physics, Engineering and Medicine
88. Dr. Geoffrey Q. Fox, Retired neuroscientist, PhD in Anatomy and Physiology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1973, post doctorate fellowship in the Department of Neuroscience at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Wissenschaft Assistant in the Department of Neurochemistry at the Max Planck Institut fűr biophysikalische Chemie in Göttingen Germany, 1975
89. Dr. Neil Frank, Lifetime of Experience in Research and Forecasting in Tropical Meteorology, Former Director National Hurricane Center
90. Patrick Frank PhD, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University
91. Robert S. (Steve) Friberg, Trend Resources LLC, Resources Exploration Geologist with +55 years of experience in the geological sciences field
92. Gordon J. Fulks, Astrophysicist, Board of Directors CO2 Coalition, Co-founder Global Warming Realists
93. S. Fuller Hunt, Biology Teacher at Preparatory High School of Mathematics, Science, Technology and Careers, Calabash, North Carolina
94. Lynn Warren Funk, accelerator physicist, climate realist
95. Terry Gannon, Physicist, Retired Semiconductor Executive
96. Dr. Philip Garrou PhD Chemistry 1974 Indiama Univ. Retired Director of Technology at Dow Chemical’s electronics division. Serves DARPA and the DoD as a microelectronics subject matter expert (SME)
97. Louis Genevie PhD, Epidemiologist,
98. Nicholas De Gennaro PhD, PE, Coastal Engineer, Southport North Carolina
99. Prof. Lee C. Gerhard PhD in Geology, Retired Getty Professor of Geological Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and Retired Director and State Geologist of the Kansas Geological Survey
100. Ulrich H. Gerlach, Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University
101. Ivar Giaever, Nobel Laureate Professor, Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, Emeritus Professor of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Chief Technology Officer of Applied Biophysics Inc., Fellow of the American Physical Society; Honorary WCD Ambassador
102. Thomas A. Gilliam PhD, Professor of Accounting, Retired
103. Alan Glabe PhD Organic Chemistry, University of California, Retired
104. Dr. William Glassco PhD in Medicinal Chemistry, former researcher, currently Instructor
105. Curtis Fred Goddard, Retired Geologist
106. Dr. Indur M. Goklany, Science policy advisor in the United States Department of the Interior, Helped develop the work plan for the IPCC’s First, Second and Fourth Assessment Reports, and served as expert reviewer for several IPCC reports, Leaderof the U.S. delegation to, and Executive Secretary of the IPCC Resource Use and Management Subgroup (1988-90)
107. Dr. J.D. Gold, lifetime experience in Clinical Psychology; worked in the frontlines of the war against the madness of terrifying people
108. Leo Goldstein MSc in Mathematics, lifetime experience in computer software, computer networks and cyber security. He is also a successful author and start-up founder
109. Derek Gordon, CEO HTS Engineering
110. Timothy W. Gordon, Retired USAF/USN Veteran, Independent Researcher
111. Steve Goreham, Executive Director, Climate Science Coalition of America
112. Laurence I. Gould, Professor of Physics, University of Hartford, Past Chair, New England Section of the American Physical Society
113. Jim Granato, Dean of the Hobby School of Public Affairs, University of Houston, lifetime career in research methodology
114. Charles F. Gritzner PhD, Professor Emeritus of Geography, author of the book “Changing Climates” (2010)
115. Mike Gruntman, Professor of Astronautics, Space Physics and Space Technology, Space and Rocket History University of Southern California
116. Thomas Gyorog, P.E., Project Manager and Designer of transportation infrastructure projects
117. Kenneth Haapala, President of the Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP), compiler of The Week That Was newsletter, and contributor to the NPCC reports. He is an energy and economics modeler and past president of the oldest science society of Washington
118. Stephen Hallin, Retired from Atmospheric Science (BA 81 MS 91)
119. Lyle W. Hancock, Professional Mathematician
120. Dr. William Happer, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Physics at Princeton University
121. Brett T. Harding, Materials Scientist in Sustainable Technology, over 20 granted patents in nanoceramics, OLED, photocatalyst, optical devices, and related materials
122. Steven Harford PhD chemistry and lifetime career in renewable energy and aerospace research
123. Korbi Hart, Marketing Director Inland Crude Purchasing
124. Peter J. Hatgelakas, Masters in Petroleum Engineering, petroleum geologist, geophysicist, and petroleum engineer at Hatgelakas Consulting
125. Bryan Haycock PhD, Adjunct Faculty at a University in the state of Utah
126. Howard C. Hayden, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Connecticut
127. David Heald, Retired Electrical Engineer
128. Donald R. Healy, BS Degree in Forest Management from Oregon State University, Participated in Anthony Watts’ first Surface Station Project
129. Dennis E. Hedke, Lifetime Career in Earth Sciences, Consulting Geophysicist; in 2018Hedke was co-presenter of the testimony on Sea Level Rise before the Committee on Environmental protection of the New York City Council
130. Oliver Hemmers, Retired Executive Director of the Harry Reid Center at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
131. James D. Henry, Consulting Geologist, BS Geology, U Texas Austin, 1970, founder of Old Aulacogen, L.P. in 1991
132. Glenn C. Hillam, Big Data Architect/Scientist
133. Gary L. Hoe P.E., Retired Colonel USAF, Technical Director of several Nuclear Weapon Effects Tests at the Nevada Test Site, Member Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI)
134. Jim Hollingworth, Social Scientist, Book: ‘Climate Change: A Convenient Truth’
135. Dr. Gary M. Hoover, Geophysicist, Lifetime Experience in the Geo-Energy Industry, Retired Member Board of Directors Geo-Service Company
136. Christopher Paul Horger, lifetime experience in optical network design
137. Walter Horsting, leads national and international teams in high-profile projects, including Clean Energy, Entertainment Venues, Governmental Headquarters, Performance Centers, Resorts, Stadia, and Theme Parks. He is advocate of 4th generation Molten Salt Reactors
138. Captain Thomas C. Houghton USNR (Rtd), Qualfied Nuclear Engineering Officer; Sr. Director, Reactor Programs, Nuclear Energy Institute
139. J. Stephen Huebner PhD, Retired Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey
140. Edward Huff PhD, Retired NASA Senior Scientist
141. Kanzan Inoue, MS & PhD in Physics, President & Physicist of Exponential Future LLC
142. Laurence N. Johnson, Lt Col, USAF (Ret), MS in meteorology, MSE in aerospace engineering
143. Dr. Thomas J. Karr, PhD physicist, Retired Principal Director in the U. S. Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research & Engineering
144. James Kelly PhD Physics, data science executive
145. Kathryn E. Kelly, President Delta Toxicology
146. Kerry Kelly, Geology degree. Energy and Environment Professional
147. Michael L. Kelly, US Navy, BS, Tool Design Engineer (retired)
148. Hugh Kendrick PhD, Retired Director Plans and Analysis, Office of Nuclear Reactor Research, US Dept. of Energy, Fellow American Physical Society
149. Kevin T. Kilty, Adjunct Prof. Mechanical Engineering at University of Wyoming
150. Floyd Lee Knapp BSc, Portland State University, 300 level Geography and Climatology
151. Stephen C. Knowles, Marine Scientist and Geologist, Beacon, New York
152. Kenneth D. Kok, retired Nuclear Engineer, ASME Fellow, Past Chair of the ASME Nuclear Engineering Division and the ASME Energy Committee
153. Alex Kozinski, Retired Judge on the US Court of Appeals
154. Wayne P. Kraus, Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
155. Prof. Donald Langmuir PhD in Geological Sciences from Harvard University, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry and Geochemistry at the Colorado School of Mines, served on and chaired multiple committees related to water quality, and nuclear waste disposal; held also a US Presidential appointment to the US Nuclear WasteTechnical Review Board
156. David R. Legates PhD, Retired Professor of Climatology in the Department of Geography and Spatial Sciences at the University of Delaware, Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation
157. Jay Lehr PhD, Senior Policy Analyst for the International Climate Science Coalition, Former Science Director of the Heartland Institute
158. David P. Lentini, Chemist and Patent Attorney, New Hampshire
159. Dr. David H. Lester, PhD in Chemical Engineering, Advisor to
160. James M. Leverentz, Instructor UCI, Manager, California
161. Howard R. Lowe, Prof. Eng., Geologist
162. Dean Lusby, IT professional, business owner, Pennsylvania
163. Jeffrey Mahn, Retired Nuclear Engineer Sandia National Laboratories (New Mexico), Member Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI), Member Nuclear Society (ANS)
164. Matt Malkan PhD, Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy, UCLA
165. Wally Manheimer, Retired from the US Naval Research Lab and life fellow of APS and IEEE
166. Prof. Paul Manner MD FRCSC, Joint Replacement/Hip and Knee Arthritis, Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, University of Washington
167. James A. Marsh, Emeritus Professor of Immunology, Cornell University, Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology
168. David Martinovich, General Science Teacher, grades K-12, United States, China, and Belize
169. John Mauer PhD in Atomic and Molecular Physics, 20 years experience as a physicist, currently business owner in statistical analysis and software
170. Kirk Maxey, BS Organic Chemistry, MD, President and Founder of Cayman Chemical Inc
171. Andy May, Writer and Retired Petrophysicist
172. Gene McCall, Consultant to the Defense Science Board, Former Consultant to the Department of Energy on Issues related to Inertial Fusion, Former Member and Chairman of the USAF SAB, Former Member of the Senior Review Group to the Defense Airborne, Airborne Reconnaissance Office (DARO) and Former Chairman of the Technology Assistance panel fir DARO
173. Dr. Neil J. McCarthy, Financial Consultant at N J Mc Carthy & Assoc, PhD in Organic Chemistry Cornell University
174. Craig McCluskey PhD, Physics
175. Richard McFarland, Retired NASA Physicist
176. Sean McGrew, Analytical Chemist, lifetime career in Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry, applications to semi-volatile organic compounds in the environment
177. Edward P. McMahon PhD in Systems Science, has been involved with atmospheric physics at General Research
178. Mark Meier PhD, Professor of Physics, University of Houston
179. Samuel Melfi, Emeritus Professor of Physics, UMBC, Retired NASA Scientist
180. Kenneth Melvin MD, Retired Professor of Medicine, Portland, Oregon
181. Dr. Daniel M. Merfeld, systems engineer (BSME U Wisconsin-Madison; MSE Princeton; PhD MIT), neuroscientist/neuroengineer by vocation, former Professor at the Harvard Medical School, Professor at the Ohio State University
182. Dr. Peter B. Merkle, Associate Professor in the School of Engineering at Benedictine College, educator in the area of environmental science and engineering, previously served in the U.S. government in an advisory role with respect to modeling and simulation of catastrophic events
183. Patrick J. Michaels †, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington DC
184. Michelle Michot Foss PhD, fellow in energy, minerals and materials at Rice University’s Baker Institute
185. Steven Milloy, MHS, JD, LLM, Publisher
186. Ference M. Miskolczi, Retired NASA/AS&M Senior Scientist, Foreign Associate Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
187. Michael J. Mitchell, Mechanical Engineer
188. Guy K. Mitchell Jr., graduate mechanical engineer and physicist with extensive research in the field of anthropogenic global warming
189. Brian Moody, Former GET Specialist for SMS Equipment in Ft McMurray
190. James Moore, Commercial Fisherman, President Alaska Trawlers Association, Executive Committee Northern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association, Board member Amstrong Keta Inc.
191. James R. Morris, Geophysical Exploration Oil & Natural Gas
192. Thomas L. Moser, Retired NASA Senior Executive – Program Manager of the Space Station and Space Shuttle, Chief Engineer at NASA Johnson Space Center, Fellow of the AIAA, Founder of the “Right Climate Stuff”, a group of former NASA Engineers & Scientists
193. David R. Motes, Chemical Engineer, lifelong experience in the geo-energy industry
194. James F. Mundy, Retired Meteorologist
195. Daniel W. Nebert, Professor Emeritus, Department of Environmental Medicine and Center for Environmental Genetics, University of Cincinnati
196. Prof. Eric L. Nelson PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California
197. Danny L. Newton, Retired from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Experience in Working with NOAA with respect to Experimental Weather Data Collection
198. Richard Nicholson, MD University Of South Alabama 1988, Family Medicine
199. Ned Nikolov PhD, Physical Scientist at the USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station in Fort Collins CO, Managing a Fire-Weather Intelligence Project
200. Paul Noel, Research Scientist (retired)
201. Thomas O’Connor, Member American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Washington
202. Kenton Oma, Retired PE Chemical Engineer, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Consultant, R&D at DOE Nuclear Facility
203. Jane M. Orient, President of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness
204. Tench C. Page, MSc & BSc in Geology including study of causes and effects of earth’s climatic history
205. Trueman D. Parish, Retired Director of Engineering Research Eastman Chemical Company
206. Arvid Pasto PhD, Ceramics, Retired from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN
207. Chad M. Paton PhD, Associate Professor at University of Georgia
208. Bill Pekny, MS Physics, Retired atmospheric physicist and soldier scientist, specializing in battlefield atmospherics. Former U.S. Navy Meteorologist and Hurricane Hunter during “Project Stormfury-1969.” Author of the book: A Tale of Two Climates—One Real, One Imaginary
209. Charles W. Pennington, Senior Vice President of Engineering NAC International (Retired), Secretary, XLNT Foundation, Board of Directors
210. Jeffrey S. Philbin, Retired Nuclear Engineer Sandia National Laboratories (New Mexico), Independent Consultant in Nuclear Facility Design and Safety Analysis, Nuclear Criticality Safety and Weapon Response
211. Dr. Robert B. Phillips, retired from radio astrophysics, specialised in calibration and validation of orbital IR and visible sensors (GOESS, STSS-1 and -2)
212. James Richard Poirier, BS degree in Meteorology, Lifetime Career in Atmospheric Science
213. James M. Policelli, Registered Professional Engineer
214. Herman A. Pope, Retired Aerospace Engineer NASA-JSC
215. Willem Post, Independent Researcher regarding Energy and Environment
216. Darrell Potter, Retired Geologist/Environmental Hydrogeologist
217. Dr. William H. Pound PhD Major in Industrial Engineering with Minor in Materials Science, lifetime experience in the manufacturing industry with focus on technical, engineering, environmental, and quality assurance
218. Dr. Victor Privalsky PhD, ScD in physics and mathematics, UT Oceanographer and specialised in random processes, retired from Space Dynamics Laboratory, Logan
219. Kenneth L. Purdy, Management Consultant, Retired Naval Officer in Operational Intelligence
220. Brian D. Ray PhD in science education from Oregon State University, Salem
221. Dr. George Rebane, Scientist with degrees from UCLA in Physics (BS) and Engineering (MSE and PhD), lectured at UCLA and California State University as an Adjunct Professor
222. Edward A. Reid, lifetime experience in the US energy industry in technical research and development, market development, marketing and consulting
223. Fred A Reitman, career as petrochemical toxicologist, retired
224. Forrest J. Remick, Commissioner (Retired), US Nuclear Regulatory Commission
225. David K. Rogers, PE, CEG MS, Geological Engineering, Member of the Boards of Consultants for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
226. Dr. Jennifer Runquist PhD from Northwestern Unv, Evanston IL related to photosynthesis
227. Marius Russo, IT expert
228. James H. Rust, Emeritus Professor of Nuclear Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
229. Charles L. Sanders, Retired Radiobiologist, Author of Radiobiology and Radiation Hormesis: New Evidence and Its Implications for Medicine and Society (Springer)
230. Rick Sanders M.A., Scientists for Accuracy in Radiation Information (SARI), Associate Editor, 21st Century Science and Technology Magazine
231. Kent Satterlee, Executive Director at Gulf Offshore Research Institute (GORI)
232. Dana H. Saylor Sr., a lifelong agriculturalist, retired, article “Living a lifetime of climate change”
233. Edwin T. Sewall, Retired BS Electrical Engineering, Southern MethodistUniversity 1960 Dallas Texas
234. Brian Schmidt, Co-Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of Primary Ocean Aquaculture division and Primary Bio Agriculture – Agriculture division
235. Mike Schimmelpfennig, Degreed Mining Engineer with more than 40 years of experience
236. Harold Grant Scoggins, retired IT professional
237. John A. Shanahan, Civil Engineer with career in Nuclear Power, Public Education about Fossil Fuels (including question of man-made Global Warming) and Nuclear Power through website:
238. Roscoe M. Shaw, meteorologist and portfolio manager
239. Dr. Thomas P. Sheahen PhD in Physics at MIT, Chairman, Science & Environmental Policy Project, involved in energy-related research for 45 years
240. Dr. Roger Sheley, Ecologist, USDA-Agricultural Research Service; Editor-in-Chief of the international journal-Rangeland Ecology and Management
241. John Shewchuk, Meteorologist (CCM) and Atmospheric Researcher
242. Stephen W. Shipman, Institutional Investor
243. Ryan Shrout, Environmental Attorney with a Masters of Law in Environmental Law practicing in the air emissions field
244. Dr. Matthew Eric Shultz, University of Delaware, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, specialised in Stellar Astrophysics, Annie Jump Cannon Fellow
245. David Siegel, author, entrepreneur, critical thinker, communicator (1000th signee)
246. Elliot Smith, airline pilot, climate realist, 30+ years of studying AGW data
247. Robert P. Smith PhD, P.E., Environmental Scientist and Professional Engineer’
248. Professor William H. Smith, Professor of Earth & Planetary Sciences; Astronomer and Planetary & Atmospheric Scientist; most recently involved in the Analysis of the Earth’s Climate and Renewable Energy Systems
249. Willie Soon, Independent Scientist
250. Prof. George Sowers PhD, Space Resources, Colorado School of Mines
251. Prof. Rick Bernard Spielman, Senior Scientist & Professor of Physics, University of Rochester, Laboratory for Laser Energetics
252. Robert M. St. Louis MSc in geology, owner of Mine Water Consulting LLC
253. Kirk Douglas Stahnke, MS Educ. Prof of Design Tech (Retired), Independent Climate Researcher
254. Walter Starck PhD, Marine Science, Pioneer in Coral Reef Studies, Policy Advisor to The Heartland Institute
255. Jess L. Stark, Founder and CEO of Stark Industries, Houston, Texas
256. Jim Steele, Emeritus Director Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University
257. Phil Stegemoeller, Professional Forester, Partnership with the Quinault Indian Nation, a BS in forest management at the University of Minnesota, 1979
258. Ronald Stein, Professional Engineer
259. Kenneth S. Stevens PhD, Professor, University of Utah, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept
260. Gerald M. Sulzer, MS Chemical Engineer, Retired Director of Technology, Albemarle Corporation
261. Dr. Daniel P. Taggart PhD in Experimental Plasma Physics, life time career in Controlled Thermonuclear Research and Radiation Protection at Los Alamos National Laboratory
262. Tomer D. Tamarkin, Physicist, Founder and President/CEO of Energycite Inc., President and Chairman of ClimateCite Inc.
263. Paul Taylor, Energy Economist, Recipient Rossitor Raymond Award, Golden Colorado
264. David E. Thompson, Professor Emeritus Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science, Dean Emeritus College of Engineering, University of Idaho
265. Francis Thompson, Space Vehicle Engineer, Masters in General Relativity
266. Roane Thorpe, BSME California Polytechnic, MBA University of California, lifetime career in global energy projects
267. Gordon Tomb, Energy and climate writer, communications consultant, primary editor of Inconvenient Facts and Senior Advisor for the CO2 Coalition
268. Cecil Joe Tomlinson, Retired Boeing Senior Principle Engineer
269. Frank Trask, BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering, University of Maine
270. Kip Trout, Lecturer in Physics, The Pennsylvania State University – York Campus
271. Richard Trzupek, Chemist and Air Quality Expert
272. Arthur Viterito PhD, Physical Geography, Policy Adviser to the Heartland Institute
273. Whitson G. Waldo, Scientist and Engineer with MS Chemical Engineering from Clemson Univ, lifetime career in the semiconductor industry, owner of 13 awarded patents
274. William B. Walters, Guggenheim Fellow, Professor of Atmospheric, Nuclear and Environmental Chemistry, University of Maryland
275. James Wanliss, Professor of Physics, Presbyterian College
276. Steven E. Weismantel, Retired Engineer and Climate Researcher
277. Dr. Steven C. Wendelken, EPA, OGWDW/TSC, climate realist
278. Gary S. Westerman PhD, physical geography with specializations in climate science and remote sensing
279. Stephen H Westing PhD, Director Medical Affairs, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
280. Jim Whiting, MD from McGill U, Montreal, Fellow of the American College of Radiology
281. Chuck F. Wiese, Professional Meteorologist
282. Dr Matthew Wielicki PhD in Geochemistry from UCLA, Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences at the University of Alabama
283. David Wojick, Cognitive Scientist
284. Dr. Calvin M. Wolff, Adjunct Professor University of Houston at Clear Lake, Expertise in Energy Management
285. Gregory R. Wrightstone, Expert Reviewer IPCC, Geologist, Author, Executive Director CO2 Coalition
286. Dan Youra, publisher Youra media, creator and editor of Carbon Tax News
287. Bob Zybach, Program Manager, Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project Inc.