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I am an honours graduate (BSc. Hons. Strath-Glasgow) coupled with an MBA-ICG (Paris) , experienced, Metallurgist - Materials Scientist and Engineer & Manager turned Consultant & Blogger. I specialised in Superalloys (aero-engine_Seminal Work peer reviewed & published IOM3_MST, Feb.1985, the 2nd issue of this now well known journal dedicated to the fundamental aspects in our multidisciplinary subject area ) My experience over a wide range of Special Alloys is extensive. (Cryogenic,Controlled Expansion-Dilatometric,Magnetic, Corrosion Resistant Grades and finally HSLA-Aircraft Undercarriage. (Great Stuff-I was lucky) My responibilities were especially in Melting & Refining to 1st Forming stage. Responsibilities include QC,QA & Accounting, Melt/Remelt Process  & Products, R&D.  Bilingual English-French. 
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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Climate Studies-Small Steps Toward Rules for Geoengineering following 'Asilomar 2' Conference

CO2 counter follow-up "Getting the message across"

"Cuts in greenhouse emissions should be a priority, it said, mirroring statements by the American Geophysical Union and the U.K. Royal Society."

The conference organizers declared that geoengineering research is "indispensable" but said that it should be done with "humility." Governments and the public should work together to decide what schemes are "viable, appropriate, and ethical," the statement added and further supported their comments, if needed, with quoted statements from two of the most respected sources on the planet American Geophysical Union and the U.K. Royal Society.

"Cuts in greenhouse emissions should be a priority, it said, mirroring statements by the American Geophysical Union and the U.K. Royal Society."

Full story at http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/328/5974/22?sa_campaign=Email/sntw/2-April-2010/10.1126/science.328.5974.22

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