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Panel 2: The Real Science Behind Climate Change: Why the World Needs Seven More Terawatts of Energy

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Panel 1 — Whom the Gods Would Destroy: War With Russia and China Is Worse Than MAD!

The Real Science Behind Climate Change: Why the World Needs Seven More Terawatts of Energy

Moderator: Jason Ross (U.S.), Science Advisor, The Schiller Institute

Megan Dobrodt, President, Schiller Institute (U.S.A.): “Why the Universe Needs More People”

Kelvin Kemm, Ph.D. (South Africa), nuclear physicist, former Chairman of the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa: “An Engineer’s Approach to Power and ‘Renewables’”

Emanuel Höhener (Switzerland), Consulting Engineer in Energy Sector, Chairman of the Switzerland-based think tank Carnot-Cournot Network: “Swiss Vote ‘No’ to New CO₂ Law”

Prof. Augustinus Berkhout (Netherlands); Emeritus Professor of Geophysics, President of the Climate Intelligence Group: “The Good News About CO₂”

Prof. Horst-Joachim Lüdecke (Germany), Physicist (Fluid Mechanics), Emeritus Professor, Saarland University for Technology and Economics: “Climate Cycles and Global Warming”

Prof. Nicola Scafetta (Italy), Department of Earth, Environmental and Resources Sciences, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: “Why The Climate Models Don’t Work”

Ben Greenspan, M.D. (U.S.); Board of Directors, The American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine; Past President, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging: “Introduction to Nuclear Medicine”

Paul Driessen (U.S.), Senior Policy Advisor, Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), author of Eco-Imperialism: Green Power, Black Death: “The Biden-AOC Green New Deal Fraud: Unsustainable, Unaffordable, Eco-Destructive, Carbon-Colonialist”

Vincenzo Romanello, PhD (Italy), Nuclear Engineer, Research Center Rez, Founder, “Atoms for Peace” Czech Republic: “Building a Nuclear Power Platform for the World”

Question & Answer Session