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James H. Rust

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Professor of Nuclear Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (ret.), Climate Change and Energy

James H. Rust, now retired, was professor of nuclear engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is the author of Nuclear Power Plant Engineering (Haralson Publishing Company, 1979). He is a policy advisor for The Heartland Institute and an outspoken critic of unnecessary alarmism over man-made global warming. He funds several scholarships for students majoring in chemical engineering at Purdue University. He currently is delivering a talk titled “America's Failed Energy Policies and The Reason Why.”

Recent Articles and Publications

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October 10, 2017
By James H. Rust, Edward Hudgins
"From the Ashes" could have undone some of the damage caused by Gore’s movies and other recent movies that mislead rather than inform viewers. It is a shame that its producers had a different agenda.
August 9, 2017
By Isaac Orr, Frederick D. Palmer, Tom Harris, Tom Sheahen, Donn Dears, Marc Morano, Joseph S. D'Aleo, James H. Rust, John Coleman, Walter Starck, Christopher Essex, Arthur Viterito
The New York Times this week posted a draft of a climate science report by the federal government’s U.S. Global Change Research Program.
July 25, 2017
By Isaac Orr, Frederick D. Palmer, H. Sterling Burnett, Tim Benson, Bette Grande, James M. Taylor, James H. Rust, Tom Sheahen, Michelle Smith, Mischa Popoff
‘All praise to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and President Donald Trump for reversing the Obama administration’s anti-fossil fuels, anti-fracking rule on lands of the United States.’ – Fred Palmer
June 13, 2017
By James H. Rust
This documentary covers the global warming scare promoting abandoning the Earth's vast store of coal, oil, and natural gas over false claims carbon dioxide causes catastrophic global warming.
June 3, 2017
By James H. Rust
The result of President Trump's actions is to lead our country to great economic wealth instead of economic stagnation.

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