(Florencia de los Angeles Renteria del Toro) Mexico, South Korea, China - ¿Por qué estudiar Ciencias Nucleares? Spanish Espanol20.May.2020
Florencia de los Angeles Renteria del Toro, nuclear scientist, PhD candidate at Harbin Engineering University, China: En mi viaje en educación, he estado participando en proyectos que ayudan a desarrollar y optimizar la tecnología en diferentes países. Mi área de especialización es el diseño de reactores nucleares y, durante mi programa de maestría, trabajé en el diseño de un nuevo reactor en Corea que implementaría una nueva estrategia de gestión de combustible nuclear para la utilización y optimización del combustible en la producción de electricidad. La ciencia y la tecnología son pilares para desarrollar la sociedad y educar a las generaciones futuras.
(Kalte Sonne, Uli Weber) Germany - The decline of serious science means the end of industrial society10.Feb.2020
Uli Weber, geophysicist and author of Klimahysterie ist keine Loesung: Today publicly supported good people believe in all sorts of national and international political or scientific committees of the western industrialized nations that digital money has always been there and only needs to be printed out by a fully electric self-driving central bank in order to be able to give it away with full hands. Both the belief in a self-inflating abundance of economic resources and its ritual sacrifice for a higher purpose herald an era of anti-caliphation in the western industrialized nations.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Founder of Schiller Institute in Germany: There is really good news: Man is capable of reason and therefore of limitless intellectual and moral perfectibility! We can do something that neither the donkeys nor the monkeys can do: We can discover new scientific principles of the universe in which we live, without limits! And these qualitative discoveries mean that, unlike donkeys and monkeys, we are constantly able to redefine even what we consider to be resources, therefore making resources unlimited. We can continue to improve the livelihoods of humanity!
Jay Lehr, Ph.D. Science Director at The Heartland Institute, Tom Harris, executive director of the Ottawa, Canada-based International Climate Science Coalition: When we started our careers, it was considered an honor to be a member of professional societies that helped practitioners keep up with the latest developments in their fields through relevant meetings and publications. Senior author Dr. Jay Lehr had the privilege of leading one of these societies long ago.
But things are different now. Whether it be chemistry, physics, geology or engineering, many of the world’s primary professional societies have changed from being paragons of technical virtue to opportunistic groups focused on maximizing their members' financial gains in support of the climate scare, the world’s greatest science fraud.