Howard Cork Hayden is Professor Emeritus of Physics at the University of Connecticut. His interests include science education without political agendas, atmospheric and climate science, energy for society (fossil fuels, nuclear, hydro, wind, biomass, photovoltaics, and solar heating). In this article he explains basic laws of physics about measuring heat stored in the oceans. This is not what the media and organizations with political agendas are describing
(Howard Cork Hayden) USofA - The Energy Advocate: A monthly newsletter promoting energy and technology07.Jun.2015
The Energy Advocate is an excellent newsletter about ENERGY: the science, engineering, politics and special interest group agendas. A sample is below with order instructions at the end. This is excellent for high school teachers, students, people in all fields interested in having plentiful clean energy to maintain a prosperous lifestyle and economy. The author, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Howard Cork Hayden, is very talented in making science and engineering topics simple to understandable.
This is a summary of a simple book about ENERGY and where to order it. The book provides facts, without politics or special interest group agendas. It is a necessary book for everyone with an interest in ENERGY: high school students, college students, the general public, political leaders. The author, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Howard Cork Hayden, is very talented in making science and engineering topics simple to understandable.
Retired Physics Professor, Howard Hayden discusses what it takes for an athlete to generate one kilowatt-hour of energy and shows how inexpensive it is to produce the same kilwatt-hour with fossil fuels, nuclear power, and other energy sources..