S. Fred Singer

S. Fred Singer, Ph.D., is an atmospheric and space physicist and founder and president of the Science and Environmental Policy Project. He was a distinguished research professor at George Mason University and is professor emeritus of environmental science at the University of Virginia. He is the author or coauthor of many books including four volumes in the Climate Change Reconsidered series. Singer participated in the first experiments using high-altitude research rockets, measuring the energy spectrum of primary cosmic rays and the distribution of stratospheric ozone; published the first studies on subatomic particles trapped in the Earth’s magnetic field; and was the first to make the correct calculations for using atomic clocks in orbit. He has held a wide range of science positions with the U.S. government, including first director of the National Weather Satellite Service.


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