Wade Allison, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Oxford, United Kingdom explains the science of low dose radiation and the disastrous consequences of existing radiation regulations.
Bret Kugelmass, Managing Director of Energy Impact Center with main goal to stop use of fossil fuels and reverse man-made global warming. John Shanahan, Editor of All About Energy website: Bret Kugelmass -When I first launched the Energy Impact Center two years ago all I knew was that I wanted to dedicate my life to tackling climate change. John Shanahan - Has worked in energy, environmental cleanup and public education about energy and related by-products since 1970. His goals are to work for a better world with plentiful energy. He does not see the need to force everyone to stop using fossil fuels. He thinks that attempts to reverse climate change are unnecessary and would be futile.
David Burton is a Soil Scientist and Professor in the Department of Plant, Food, and Environmental Sciences in the Faculty of Agriculture, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada: This is his university biography. He is an important contributor to global discussions about soil science, crop science and the carbon dioxide cycle in the atmosphere, on land and in the ocean.
Dr. David Burton is a Soil Scientist and Professor in the Department of Plant, Food, and Environmental Sciences in the Faculty of Agriculture, Dalhousie University, Canada: One of the most pernicious examples of disinformation promoted by the Climate Industry is the claim that manmade climate change from CO2 emissions threatens agriculture and “food security.” That’s the exact opposite of the truth. CO2 is “plant fertilizer,” and hundreds of agricultural studies have shown that higher CO2 levels are dramatically beneficial for agriculture, to levels far above what we can ever hope for outdoors. Most plants grow best with daytime atmospheric CO2 of at least about 1500 ppmv.