Energy Matters featuring Marita Noon

Energy Matters: Global Warming Discussion today

on KKOB 770 featuring Marita Noon,  of Citizens’ Alliance for Responsible Energy, and 3 Scientists.

February 3   3:00-5:00 MT

 KKOB Radio 770 AM   
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Call in with Questions and Comments

A Note from Marita: 

Over the past several months I’ve been privileged to discuss various energy issues on KKOB AM–New Mexico’s major talk radio station heard throughout the state, surrounding states, and live worldwide on the internet. When global warming/climate change comes up there are always a few callers who accuse me of ignoring the science. I suggested that I came back and bring the scientists. The afternoon host, Jim Villanucci, agreed.

I am excited to announce that I will be back on KKOB, Thursday, February 3, 3:00-5:00 MT, with three different scientists from three different disciplines who will be on the air to discuss the fallacy of man-made climate change. The program will feature an engineer, a physicist, and a geologist (see bios below).

This will be a great program! I hope that you will listen and call in with questions and comments–no matter where you are!


articleDavid E. Thompson, PhD received his training in Mechanical Engineering and his doctorate from Purdue University with specializations in Fluid Mechanics and Biomechanics. Most of his career was spent in Academia at Louisiana State University, University of New Mexico, and the University of Idaho. He has published over 130 archival journal publications, invited papers, book chapters, conference papers, reports, other scholarly works and a textbook entitled Design Analysis: Mathematical Modeling of Nonlinear Systems.

Robert S. Krangle, PhD received his doctorate from MIT in 1973 in semi-conductor physics. He has served in the Air Force and has founded or co-founded several businesses including Fluid Electronics, Greater Southwest Laboratories, and Tactical Technologies. Krangle has been an engineering consultant to Sandia Labs in Albuquerque and Los Alamos since 1980. He is a believer interdisciplinary study and scientific methodology. He also holds dozens of international patents. 

John M. Clema is a qualified geologist with more than 40 years hands-on experience including serving on a variety of company boards both in Australia and the United States. He attended the University of Nebraska and Northeast Louisiana University. Clema started his career at the University of Nebraska State Museum and worked with C. Bertrand Schultz on climate change and the extinction of animals. His exploration work lead him to the discovery of the first new-to-science dinosaur which was found in Western Australia and named after him: Leptocleidus clemai.


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