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Note that material in the following "Sub-sites" does not imply that the hosted
individuals agree with my opinions and themes, and visa-versa...
Neil Howell's Art almost 400 of approximately 500 oil paintings produced by
the artist. first posted 16Mar2008
Paul L Vaughan's webpage - Paul did a huge amount of work on astronomical and
Earth process datasets, coming up with unique, insightful, and powerful results,
often leaving the experts in the dust, in my opinion.
He both develops and applies advanced wavelet transforms for the spatio-temporal analysis of complex systems, and applied his own concepts similar to fractional order calculus.
Steven H Yaskell's webpage - Steven has written two key books on climate and
history, which provide very important context for the huge impacts of climate and
the sun's key role, as well as a history of science and scientists in this area. But
much more than that, Steven provides wonderful stories about how people, scientists and
non-scientists, have fought to shed light light on the subject in the face of tremendous
opposition from mainstream science and scientists, of how the sun and climate have
impacted on peoples lives, and of the under-appreciated role of women in science.
Steve Wickson's webpage including : "A Galactic Theory of Climate"
- mass extinctions, glaciations etc over the last revised paper 16Oct07, first posted 05Jul07