Anyone wanting to participate is very welcome – there is plenty of space.
Register by informing: Nils-Axel Mörner – email@example.com
No registration fee – but voluntary donations are appreciated.
At your own organization or via advice from our event-co-ordinator:
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Extended Abstracts & Commentary Notes
This Conference Volume will be posted on ResearchGate well in time before the event.
(may be somewhat adjusted) Thursday 8 September: Natural drivers of climate changes
08.30 Registration (uploading of ppt-files)
Session 1: Planet Earth in the cosmos
09.00 Athem Alsabti: Effects of Nearby Supernovae on Atmosphere and Climate
09.20 Oliver Manuel: Neutron Repulsion *
09.40 Tea and coffee
Session 2: Influence of the Sun and the major planets on the Earth’s climate
10.00 Nils-Axel Mörner: An introduction to planetary-solar-terrestrial interaction
10.10 Roger Tattersall & Richard Salvador: Does solar system orbital motion and resonance synchronize solar variation, LOD and ENSO?
10.20 Ned Nikolov & Karl Zeller: A new planetary temperature model and its implication for the Greenhouse theory
10.40 Nicola Scafetta: Multi-frequency spectral coherence between planetary and global surface temperature oscillations
11.00 Jan-Erik Solheim: Ice margins, the Sun and the planets
11.20 Per Strandberg: Drivers of ENSO variability
12:00–13.00: Lunch (at your own)
Session 3: Ocean variability
13.00 Fred Goldberg: Are the ocean currents affecting our climate?
13.10 Martin Hovland: Documented pH and temperature anomalies in the deep ocean *
13.30 Wyss Yim: Sub-aerial and submarine volcanic eruptions and climatic variability
Session 4: Natural influences on climate
15.00 Peter Ward: Ozone depletion, not greenhouse warming, caused recent warming *
15.20 Hans Jelbring: The dominant physical processes that cause climate change
15.40 Alex Pope: Ice on land
16.00 Tea and coffee
16.20 Fabio Pistella and Leonello Serva: The CHIC project of ICG
* Keynote presentations
Friday 9 September: The temperature plot and its consequences
08.30 mingle and uploading of ppt-files
Session 5: The greenhouse effect and anthropogenic global warming
09.00 Jan-Erik Solheim: Result of a greenhouse experiment
09.20 Francois Gervais: Tiny CO2 warming challenged by Earth greening
09.40 Fred Goldberg: Does human CO2 emission change the climate? Faith vs. facts
10.00 Tea and coffee
10.20 Albrecht Glatzle: Reconsidering livestock’s role in climate change *
10.40 Pamela Klein: Is climate science serious?
11.00 Benoît Rittaud: Epistemology of Climate Change
11.20 Piers Corbyn: The total failure of the ManMade Climate Change story
12:00–13.00 Lunch (at your own)
13.00 Thomas Wysmuller: Sea-level rise and CO2
13.20 Maria Araujo: Sea level data in the Iberian Peninsula
13.40 Nils-Axel Mörner: Modelled vs observed sea-level changes
Session 6: Implications of the catastrophist anthropogenic global warming hypothesis
14.10 Madhav Khandekar: Climate change and extreme weather: projection, perception and reality *
14.30 Philip Foster: Climate policy, geoethics and the developing nations
14.50 Christopher Monckton of Brenchley: Genocidal climate science *
15.30 Tea and coffee
15.50 Discussion, conclusions and communiqué
* Keynote presentations
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