1. Contact

Dipl.-Ing. Pierre L. Gosselin
Asternweg 1
D-49610 Quakenbrück
Tel.: (+49) 54 31 42 26
e-mail: pierre.gosselin@t-online.de

Warning: Civility and politeness are very much appreciated and welcome. But on the other hand:

Threats of any type will be promptly forwarded to the authorities and legally pursued to the fullest possible extent of the law!


154 responses to “1. Contact”

  1. tom0mason

    OK, Pierre I got the message.

    Every comment of mine that is longer than 3 lines is blocked, in moderation or just never appears until days later.

    I’ll keep reading but no more comments as it is just a waste of time for the both of us.


  2. tom0mason


    I note your name is in the papers again.


    Well done!

  3. Brian Johnston

    Wind turbines do not produce 50/60Hz electricity.
    Wind turbines do produce bulked up energy, harmonics which create the illusion electricity is being produced.
    These harmonics are useless to the consumer.
    The harmonics are through smart meters fraudulently added to consumers power accounts.
    Turbines cannot boil a jug.
    Turbines are a fraud.
    The wind turbine industry should be shut down.
    I look forward to a reply.

  4. J Martin
  5. J Martin

    The link to the Swiss article above, gives a breakdown on solar cell costs in energy terms and concludes they never produce sufficient energy to repay the energy used to manufacture, install and maintain them.

  6. Girma Orssengo

    Thanks for all your work on global warming.

    There is an article I wrote that shows an atmospheric CO2 doubling GMT of 1.4 deg C using results published in the scientific literature.

    Here is the link to the article:


    Girma Orssengo,
    PhD in a Applied Science

  7. Brian Johnston

    Solar panels do not produce sufficient energy…
    They may produce sufficient energy to heat or assist in heating your water heater. But!
    They do not have sufficient grunt/oomph to run that energy from your property along the street and back into your neighbours property/water heater

    The owners of solar should not be paid for energy pushed back into the grid. There is none

    To heat your own water heater it is preferable to fit a second dedicated element. Why would you when there is electricity in the street.

    Wind turbines and solar are a complete waste of time and a hoax. They do not work and are not cost effective

    If the world had not bought into the human induced climate change nonsense we would not be doing these crazy things

  8. michelle

    “Greenland has shown a surprising ice mass gain.

    “Kenneth wrote about this here not long ago.

    “Climate scientists agree that variations in the North Atlantic temperatures and ocean currents have a great impact on sea ”

    You have got the link wrong above – it goes to the admin page not to the essay by Kenneth.


  9. tom0mason

    You and Kenneth may be interested in these papers with reference to sea level rise. With thanks to oldbrew on tallbloke·wordpress·com for this —

    Reconstructing longest American water level, instrumented flood record, in Boston Harbor
    Date: June 1, 2018
    Source: University of Massachusetts at Amherst
    Using newly-discovered archival measurements to construct an instrumental record of water levels and storm tides in Boston since 1825, researchers report that local averaged relative sea level rose by nearly a foot (0.28 meters) over the past 200 years, with the greatest increase occurring since 1920. The work also highlights tides and their significant effect on flooding in the city.
    “The astronomical influences on tides can be a bit confusing, but our research shows that slow changes in the moon’s orbit around the earth relative to the earth’s orbit around the sun results in high tides increasing and decreasing over an 18.6-year cycle.”

    This means extreme high tides may be as much as four inches greater at the high point in this cycle compared to its low point, he adds.


    The Effect of the 18.6-Year Lunar Nodal Cycle on Regional Sea-Level Rise Estimates

    A known decadal-scale variation is the 18.6-year nodal cycle. Here, we show how failing to account for the nodal cycle resulted in an overestimation of Dutch sea-level rise. The nodal cycle is present across the globe with a varying phase and a median amplitude of 2.2 cm.


    The lunar nodal cycle and its effects on climate

Leave a Reply to tom0mason Click here to cancel reply.

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. More information at our Data Privacy Policy