On 10 April 2019, I am giving a polar bear lecture for Friends of Science in Calgary (“Polar Bears: Too Hot to Handle”) alongside astrophysicist Willie Soon (“The Sun Also Warms”) at their annual climate science event. Early bird ticket discounts are available now until February 28 only (but full price tickets can be purchased until April 2).
If you can, do join us. A buffet dinner is included in the ticket price.
The launch event for my new book, The Polar Bear Catastrophe that Never Happened will take place earlier in the day (noon-ish) and you are welcome to attend that as well. The book will be available for purchase at the evening lecture event and I will be more than happy to autograph your copies. Copies of my novel (EATEN) and my polar bear science book for kids (Polar Bear Facts & Myths) will also be available for purchase and signing. Details below.
“Polar Bears and Solar Flares”
We are pleased to announce a Climate Change Science evening featuring two excellent speakers who fight climate dogma and detractors every day. Please join us on April 10th for our Friends of Science Annual Event.
* Early Bird ticket pricing discount ends February 28th
Polar Bears: Researcher and Author – Dr Susan Crockford: “Polar Bears: Too Hot to Handle” will be speaking about how a thriving species like the polar bear came to be classified as ‘threatened’ with extinction based on untested computer models. This is the story of what happened when Dr. Crockford challenged that determination and showed that the models had failed: sea ice declined abruptly but polar bear numbers did not. A few rooster biologists and some proponents of catastrophic man-made global warming made unseemly attacks on Dr. Crockford but could not stop the erosion of public support regarding their messages of doom.
Dr. Crockford’s brand new book ““The Polar Bear Catastrophe that Never Happened” will be available for purchase at the event.
Solar Flares: Astrophysicist – Dr. Willie Soon: “The Sun Also Warms”
In this talk, Dr. Soon will discuss the past, present and future solar and orbital boundary conditions both sufficient and necessary for the study of Earth climate and climatic responses.
In addition to an already immense complexity, Dr. Soon shall proffer further notes on the plausible inter-related tectonic and magmatic responses within the ultimate framework for a more comprehensive attempt to understand all the interconnected phenomena of Sun-Earth relations.
These presentations are designed for the general public. No special economics or climate science knowledge required.
Doors open at 5:45pm. Event opens with a buffet dinner (included) during the mix ‘n mingle from 6:00-7:00pm followed by opening messages and our speakers.
Climate Science book and reports with be available for purchase at this event – Cash only.
*Friends of Science members get a discounted rate on tickets. To purchase a membership go to http://www.friendsofscience.org
Tickets include buffet dinner served from 6 – 7pm.
Seating will be tables of 8. Order a full table and get reserved seating.
Dress is Business Casual.
Parking is available on the East side of McMahon Stadium and PARKING IS FREE after 6:00pm.
Or – take the LRT to Banff Trail Station, across from McMahon
If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-888-789-9597 Ext 2.
NOTE: This event is not affiliated with nor endorsed by the University of Calgary