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University of Waterloo

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University of Waterloo

200 University Ave. West

Waterloo, Ontario,N2L 3G1

Canada

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University of Waterloo is Canada's top innovation university. With more than 36,000 students we are home to the world's largest co-operative education system of its kind. Our unmatched entrepreneurial culture, combined with an intensive focus on research, powe...more

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Department of Biology


Physics Professor

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Canadian Institutes of Health Research


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Response by Qing-Bin Lu to "Qing-Bin Lu revives debunked claims about cosmic rays and CFCs" | Climate Science Watch

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Response by Qing-Bin Lu to "Qing-Bin Lu revives debunked claims about cosmic rays and CFCs"
Posted onJune 5, 2013byClimate Science Watch Facebook twitter google_plus Prof. Qing-Bin Lu, author of the journal article "Cosmic-Ray-Driven Reaction and Greenhouse Effect of Halogenated Molecules: Culprits for Atmospheric Ozone Depletion and Global Climate Change," has drafted a response to the critique of his article by Climate Nexus, which was posted on this site on May 31. The text of the response is posted below. See Climate Science Watch guest post by Climate Nexus, "Qing-Bin Lu revives debunked claims about cosmic rays and CFCs" (May 31, 2013) Q.-B. LU, COSMIC-RAY-DRIVEN REACTION AND GREENHOUSE EFFECT OF HALOGENATED MOLECULES: CULPRITS FOR ATMOSPHERIC OZONE DEPLETION AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B DOI: 10.1142/S0217979213500732 (Abstract; the full article is behind a paywall) The following post is by Qing-Bin Lu, PhD, Professor in Physics, Chemistry and Biology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (text in PDF format here): A Response to a post "Qing-Bin Lu revives debunked claims about cosmic rays and CFCs" by Climate Nexus in Climate Science Watch on May 31, 2013 My new paper recently published in the International Journal of Modern Physics B (IJMPB) draws some public attention. In a recent post by Climate Nexus in Climate Science Watch, entitled "Qing-Bin Lu revives debunked claims about cosmic rays and CFCs", the anonymous author lists several "facts" to criticize my paper. 4. "Critics point out that Lu's paper fails to make the leap from correlation to causation, one of the most basic and most common scientific failings. 5. "In contrast, there is strong experimental evidence of the physical mechanism by which CO2 warms the planet, evidence that (as scientists have mentioned already in response to Lu) dates back 150 years." Response: I do not know who has done such experiments. However, one can find a discussion on various climate models in Section 11 of my IJMPB paper. Qing-Bin Lu, PhD Professor in Physics, Chemistry and Biology Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) New Investigator 11 Responses to Response by Qing-Bin Lu to "Qing-Bin Lu revives debunked claims about cosmic rays and CFCs" At least Dr. Lu's facts seem to fit reality. Rick - Climate Science Watch says: November 28, 2013 at 2:38 am First of all, Qing-Bin Lu doesn't say there is no global warming - he attributes it to non-CO2 factors in a way that is rejected by the most credible climate science experts. From the way I understand Dr. Lu's thesis, the above Alaska temp trend is to be expected.


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9 Feb 2012: Dr. Qing-Bin Lu, University of Waterloo, "The Science of Ozone Hole and Global Climate Change"


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Dr Qing-Bin Lu of the University of Waterloo has been granted nearly $200,000 for an innovative approach aimed to improve this therapy.
He will examine the use of a novel light-controlled agent in combination with low doses of a currently used cancer drug called cisplatin. The interaction between these two therapies has only recently been discovered and has not yet been explored in great detail. By applying this new approach, photodynamic therapy could become a more wide-spread treatment option in clinical practice, especially for those cancers that are currently hard to treat with this therapy. Dr Lu's use of leading edge techniques to study this new approach to photodynamic therapy was recognized as highly innovative. Dr Lu is one of 15 Ontario scientists to receive new funding for unique and creative research, the Canadian Cancer Society announced today.


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Qing-Bin Lu
Associate Professor, University of Waterloo, Canada


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