Wednesday 12th February
Location: Harvey Davies Room, Braithwaite Institute, Braithwaite, CA12 5RY
The purpose of the meeting is to explore the scientific evidence for and against the significance of anthropogenically induced climate change.
After thirty-minute contributions from two speakers there will be time for members of the audience to ask questions and contribute to the discussion.
Managing Director, Earthworks Environment & Resources Ltd
Ashley is a geophysicist and geostatistician whose 35-year career has encompassed world-wide experience of exploration, development and production geophysics. He has also consulted to the nuclear and engineering sectors on subsurface description and uncertainty.
Ashley will talk about the implausibility and inconsistency of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change science case and strong evidence indicating how natural trends have either been ignored or conflated.
Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lancaster University
Terry is a particle physicist with an interest in the science of global warming. He gave an optional course for physics undergraduates on global warming which formed the basis of an online book ‘Introductory climate science: global warming explained’ published in 2016. He has published papers on the possible links between cosmic rays, cloud formation and climate change.
Terry will talk about the physics of the greenhouse gases and why our increased use of fossil fuels will lead to global warming and ultimately a change to the climate.
Given that both speakers have an interest in the role that cosmic ray input might have on the natural variability of the climate, this subject, even if it is not covered in their talks, is very likely to be raised during the discussion session.