Reviews of "Is Global Warming True?"
"This is a very good and useful paper."
Niklas Nils-Axel Mörner, former head of the paleogeophysics and geodynamics department at Stockholm University. He retired in 2005. He was president of the International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Commission on Neotectonics (1981—1989). He headed the INTAS (International Association for the promotion of cooperation with scientists from the New Independent States of the former Soviet Union) Project on geomagnetism and climate (1997—2003).
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"I found Rosie Langridge's paper to be a very clear and concise statement of the points at issue .... I shall send it to friends and professional contacts."
James Dent, Independent Consultant Hydrology and Meteorology, is a Chartered Meteorologist, a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society, a Chartered Environmentalist, a member of the British Hydrological Society and a Corporate Member of the Institute of Water. He has been employed by: international consultants, Hydraulics Research (HR) Wallingford, the UK Met Office and the World Meteorological Organisation. He has carried out numerous flood risk assessments and flood analyses for clients and is fully conversant with the requirements for these, as set out in the National Planning Policy Framework.
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"I have just read Rosie Langridge's pamphlet. It is a fantastic piece of work please pass on my congratulations."
Ed Hoskins had an educational grounding in science subjects. He qualified both as a Dentist at Guys in London in 1962 and as an Architect in Cambridge in 1969, on both occasions with distinction. Having worked within a research group at the Architecture school, involved with the quantifiable aspects of Building and Planning, Ed was responsible for setting up and running the spin-off company stemming from that group, Applied Research of Cambridge Ltd. In 1969 it was one of the earliest spin-off companies of the “Cambridge Phenomenon”. Ed ran the company for sixteen years till its sale to its American distributor in 1985. By then ARC had a staff of 150 worldwide with particular success in USA, Australia and Japan. The company produced Computer Aided Design software products for Architecture and Engineering and for Geographic Information Systems. The markets for its software were world-wide.