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September 07 Line Up

By Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
Sep 11, 2007 - 11:58:47 AM


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Tuesday September 4th - Dr. Yoshifumi Futaana - Dr. Futaana is a member of the Swedish Institute of Space Physics of which studies the Sun - Earth Connection. Recent observations suggest that solar flares on the far side of the Sun can still impact the space weather of planets not in their direct line of sight. This is something that scientists had only speculated before now.

Thursday September 6th - Professor Louise Harra - Professor Harra is currently a professor of solar physics at UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory. Harra's main areas of research are solar flares, coronal mass ejections, active region heating. She is a UK PI for the EIS instrument on the Japan/US/UK space mission, Hinode which was launched successfully on 22nd September 2006. Also a honorary professor of the Solar Magnetism and Activity Group at the National Astronomical Observatories in Beijing.

Tuesday September 11th - Professor Shamita Das - She is a seismologist who received her doctorate at MIT in 1976. Das research in earthquake studies has been conducted in several broad areas of observational and theoretical seismology over the last three decades. The major goal of the work is to understand the physics of the earthquake preparation and faulting process, and to predict expected motion at sites of engineering interest (the built environment) due to large earthquakes.

Thursday September 13th - Dr. J. Marvin Herndon - Geophysicist  J. Marvin Herndon, is the proponent of a radical theory about Earth's core and its relationship to Earth's magnetic field, the shield that protects our planet's animal and plant life from the Sun's radiation. According to Herndon, at the center of Earth there is a naturally occurring nuclear - fission reactor, five miles in diameter, that provides the energy needed to generate and sustain the geomagnetic field.

Tuesday September 18th - Professor Marc R. Lessard - He has worked as a research associate at the Institute for Space Research in Calgary, Canada, and as a research project engineer at the UNH Space Science Center. He is a member of the American Geophysical Union and Sigma Xi's Scientific Research Society. He is the author and co-author of numerous publications on experimental space plasma physics, measurements and analysis of auroral phenomena, and rocket-borne and ground-based instruments. His teaching interests include satellite systems and dynamics, analog and digital electronics, and instilling new insights about nature, life, science, and their interconnectedness.

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