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Dr. Qing-Bin Lu

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Professor, Office : PHY 376

Phone: (519) ***-**** ext. *****  
Local Address:  Ontario , Canada
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo , Ontario N2L 3G1
Canada

Company Description: In just half a century, the University of Waterloo, located at the heart of Canada's technology hub, has become one of Canada's leading comprehensive universities...   more
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People profiles | Physics and Astronomy
uwaterloo.ca, 3 Oct 2014 [cached]
Qing-Bin Lu
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Qing-Bin Lu Professor
Office: PHY 376
Phone: (519) 888-4567 ext. 33503
Email: qblu@uwaterloo.ca
Qing-Bin Lu, Associate ...
uwaterloo.ca, 5 Jan 2014 [cached]
Qing-Bin Lu, Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy
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uwaterloo.ca, 3 Oct 2014 [cached]
Qing-Bin Lu Professor
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Qing-Bin Lu qblu@uwaterloo.ca 519-888-4567 x33503
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But we have observed data going ...
uwaterloo.ca, 30 May 2013 [cached]
But we have observed data going back to the Industrial Revolution that convincingly shows that conventional understanding is wrong," said Qing-Bin Lu, a professor of physics and astronomy, biology and chemistry in Waterloo's Faculty of Science. "In fact, the data shows that CFCs conspiring with cosmic rays caused both the polar ozone hole and global warming."
"Most conventional theories expect that global temperatures will continue to increase as CO2 levels continue to rise, as they have done since 1850. What's striking is that since 2002, global temperatures have actually declined - matching a decline in CFCs in the atmosphere," Professor Lu said.
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"CRE is the only theory that provides us with an excellent reproduction of 11-year cyclic variations of both polar ozone loss and stratospheric cooling," said Professor Lu. "After removing the natural cosmic-ray effect, my new paper shows a pronounced recovery by ~20% of the Antarctic ozone hole, consistent with the decline of CFCs in the polar stratosphere."
By proving the link between CFCs, ozone depletion and temperature changes in the Antarctic, Professor Lu was able to draw almost perfect correlation between rising global surface temperatures and CFCs in the atmosphere.
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"We've known for some time that CFCs have a really damaging effect on our atmosphere and we've taken measures to reduce their emissions," Professor Lu said.
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Qing-Bin Lu
"Only when the effect of the global temperature recovery dominates over that of the polar ozone hole recovery, will both temperature and polar ice melting drop concurrently," says Lu.
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Qing-Bin Lu, University of Waterloo
Published on May 30 in International Journal of Modern Physics B Vol. 27 (2013) 1350073 (38 pages).
What's striking is that since 2002, ...
www.newsmax.com, 17 Nov 2014 [cached]
What's striking is that since 2002, global temperatures have actually declined - matching a decline in CFCs in the atmosphere," said Qing-Bin Lu, a professor of physics and astronomy, biology and chemistry at Canada's University of Waterloo's Faculty of Science.
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