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SCIENCE of
CLIMATE CHANGE

International Journal of Science and Philosophy

A Greeting to the New Journal

Author Ivar Giæver, Nobel Prize Laureate, member of Klimarealistene’s Scientific Council We are extremely fortunate today because of the tremendous progress in science in the

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Nils-Axel Mörner in memoriam – 3

Author: Jan-Erik Solheim, Independent scientist, Apr. 15, 2021 An unexpected loss of an exceptional scientist, climate realist, and good friend My first meeting with Niklas was when he came to Oslo to give a talk at the University of Oslo organized by the Climate Realists of Norway in 2010. He gave, as usual, a lively […]

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Climate and Climate Research

Ole Henrik Ellestad, Chairman, Klimarealistene’s Scientific Council The Norwegian organization Klimarealistene (Climate Realists) was founded in 2009 to provide the society with more balanced scientific

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This is how I remember Nils-Axel Mörner

Author: Bob Lind Ale’s stones My first contact with Nils-Axel Mörner came like a thunderbolt from the blue sky on 25 July 1998. I was just finishing a show up at Ale’s stones regarding the orientation of the stones in relation to the sun, when Niklas suddenly appeared on the left wing of the audience, […]

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Nils-Axel Mörner in memoriam – 2

Author: Göran Henriksson The Earth’s rotation and the global sea level My first contact with Nils-Axel Mörner’s scientific research was during my studies of the land uplift and sea level changes in the Baltic Sea during the 1980s. Among his friends he wanted to be called Niklas, and I will use this name in this […]

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Nils‒Axel Mörner in Memoriam

Author: Don J. Easterbrook1 Niklas Morner and I were close friends for 55 years. We met in 1965 at an INQUA Congress field trip that I led in North-West Washington, and in 1969 he invited me to join him in the field in southern Sweden to look at Pleistocene glacial and shoreline features that he […]

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