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Ralph B. Alexander

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Ralph B. Alexander, who grew up in Perth, Western Australia, is currently a market analyst in environmentally friendly materials at a small Midwest consulting firm in the USA. With a PhD in physics from Oxford University, Dr. Alexander has been a researcher at laboratories in Europe and Australia, a professor at Wayne State University in Detroit, and the co-founder of a small high-tech materials company. Author of numerous scientific research papers and reports on complex technical issues, he lives in California with his wife, Claudia.

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Ralph B. Alexander By taking a break, even for a day or two. A good remedy for me is to go walking, especially on a nature trail with scenic views.
Ralph B. Alexander Joy in the creativity of the writing process itself, of being able to express original, often complex thoughts and ideas clearly in an engaging style.…moreJoy in the creativity of the writing process itself, of being able to express original, often complex thoughts and ideas clearly in an engaging style. And the thinking that accompanies the research necessary for writing nonfiction.
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“Climate alarmists insist that the apparently missing heat (from CO2 warming)is hiding in the deep ocean -- which is like telling a child Santa Claus lives at the North Pole, as deep ocean heat can't be measured.
-- Ralph B. Alexander, Letter to The Oregonian, January 28, 2013”
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“The link between extreme weather and global warming has as much scientific basis as the pagan rite of human sacrifice to ensure a good harvest."
--Extreme Weather & Superstition, New York Post, December 10, 2012”
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“The primary claim made by the IPCC and other warmists was that there was a ‘consensus’ among the world’s scientists, but anyone familiar with science knows that it does not operate on consensus.
--Shouting from the Rooftops, Warning Signs blog, December 20, 2012”
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“The link between extreme weather and global warming has as much scientific basis as the pagan rite of human sacrifice to ensure a good harvest."
--Extreme Weather & Superstition, New York Post, December 10, 2012”
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“Climate alarmists insist that the apparently missing heat (from CO2 warming)is hiding in the deep ocean -- which is like telling a child Santa Claus lives at the North Pole, as deep ocean heat can't be measured.
-- Ralph B. Alexander, Letter to The Oregonian, January 28, 2013”
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