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Dr. Peter L Ward will be sharing his groundbreaking research at the 130th annual Geological Society of America Meeting

November 1st, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) November 01, 2018 — Throughout Earth’s history, climate has warmed many degrees suddenly, within years, and cooled slowly over millennia. Some warming events lasted tens of thousands of years, heating oceans to hot tub temperatures, causing major ocean acidity, and destroying nearly all life on Earth. “While geologists have been mapping these radical […]

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New Research Shows Volcanoes Cause Both Sudden Global Warming and Slow Global Cooling

October 11th, 2016

 Dr. Peter L. Ward, U.S. Geological Survey retired, shares new research about the role of volcanoes in global warming and global cooling for Earth Science Week 2016. According to new research by Dr Peter L Ward, the distinctive footprints of climate change throughout earth’s history show sudden warming within years and slow cooling within thousands […]

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Supreme Court’s Stay of EPA Carbon Rules Gives Time to Get the Climate Science Right

February 11th, 2016

Jackson, WY — The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday to temporarily block implementation of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan while lawsuits from 29 states and many power companies proceed. It also provides a chance to be sure the science behind this plan is correct. “New data and understanding now show that the science underlying the global […]

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Reducing Greenhouse Emissions Unlikely to Reduce Global Warming; A More Likely Cause Is Ozone Depletion, According to Longtime US Geophysicist

January 11th, 2016

No scientist has ever demonstrated experimentally that observed increases in greenhouse-gas concentrations actually cause air to warm enough to explain global warming. The only experiments documented in the literature were done in 1900 by Knut Ångström, who showed any warming to be minimal. “Ozone depletion is the most credible explanation for global warming,” says longtime US geophysicist Dr. Peter L. Ward. “Depletion allows more solar ultraviolet-B radiation to reach Earth, providing […]

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Icelandic Volcano Made 2015 the Hottest Year on Record

December 12th, 2015

“2015 is the hottest year since thermometers were invented. “Blame it all on Bárðarbunga, an Icelandic volcano.” So declares Dr. Peter Langdon Ward, who worked 27 years with the US Geological Survey studying volcanic eruptions and other geologic hazards worldwide. Dr. Ward explains that there are two distinctly different types of volcanism: large explosive volcanic […]

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Whistle-Blower U.S. Geophysicist Issues $10,000 Challenge

November 12th, 2015

Dr. Peter L. Ward, a longtime U.S. geophysicist, issued today a $10,000 personal challenge to fellow scientists to quantify the real cause of global warming. The initiative, emailed this morning to more than 2000 atmospheric scientists worldwide, challenges any scientist or team of scientists to demonstrate experimentally that the 15% increase in carbon dioxide observed from 1970-1998 caused more global warming than observed contemporaneous depletion of the ozone layer of up to 60%.

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E-Mail Challenge Sent to 2000 Scientists on November 12, 2015

November 12th, 2015

Today I am issuing a $10,000 Climate Change Challenge to you and scientists like you who have worked hard for many years researching climate change. Ozone depletion caused by chlorofluorocarbon gases (CFCs) and by effusive, basaltic, volcanic eruptions appears to provide a clear, complete, and sufficient explanation for all global warming observed in the past […]

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Scientists and politicians worked together to solve the global warming crisis

January 5th, 2015

In 1988, scientists and politicians worked closely together to develop the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, the first universally ratified treaty in United Nations history. Little did they realize that this same treaty would bring an end to global warming ten years later. Chlorofluorocarbon gases (CFCs) were manufactured in the 1960s […]

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Why Has Global Warming Stopped?

December 16th, 2014

Average global temperatures have not risen since 1998 even though emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases continue to rise rapidly. Climate models predict temperatures should be increasing. This divergence for 16 years between increasing greenhouse-gas concentrations and constant temperature implies that we may not understand the true cause of climate change. The world […]

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Global warming is caused by ozone depletion, not greenhouse gases

November 18th, 2014

The ozone layer, more than 12 miles up in the atmosphere, is formed and heated by high-energy, ultraviolet radiation from the Sun. When the amount of ozone is reduced (depleted), more of this sun-burning, cancer-causing radiation reaches Earth, cooling the ozone layer and warming Earth. This ultraviolet energy is 48 times hotter, 48 times more […]

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