Dr. Tim Ball – The Complexity of Ocean Exploration

by on August 17, 2010      

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Dr. Tim Ball

Dr. Tim Ball

Climatologist Dr. Tim Ball returns to share his life’s work in our 100th interview since It's Rainmaking Time!® resumed production in late 2009. Dr. Tim Ball, who has spent time chasing Russian submarines and working in Arctic search and rescue, sheds light on the impact of submarines and sonar on whales, dolphins, and other marine life. He has learned much throughout his dedicated efforts to bring discernment and integrity to the field of climate science. We discuss the many challenges facing new discoveries, how he discovered the importance of the ocean in climate systems, and why it is easier to go to the moon than to investigate the ocean. Tune in and explore the depths with Dr. Tim Ball!

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1 Robert August 19, 2010 at 1:33 am

Dear Kim

Again a very very good show. Tim Ball is an amazing person.
I just read a book called “The Great Warming” by Brian Fagan,2008, published by Basic Books. It´s about Climate change and it´s influence on civilization during the Medieval Warm Period. It´s easy to read also if you don´t have a PhD in front of your name. It´s a good book to get into the nonsense of man made Global Warming.




2 Robert August 22, 2010 at 1:18 pm

Just one more thing about the book. I like it because looking at the past you see that there is nothing strange going on with todays weather .

That doesn´t mean I agree with the author´s conclusion that todays global warming ,if we have to believe the IPCC and Al Capone Gore, is man made and accelerating.


3 kury February 17, 2011 at 9:34 pm

great interview, thanks!
I also found very informative the other one with Robert Felix. Thank you so much. Best regards from Argentina


4 Kim Greenhouse February 22, 2011 at 7:37 am

We appreciate your listening and commenting. Thank you Kury.


5 Kim Greenhouse March 3, 2011 at 3:25 pm

Hello Kury,
I have never been to Argentina but would love to visit.
Thank you for tuning in and letting us know that you are here.
Best Regards from all of us at It’s Rainmaking Time!


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