J. Marvin Herndon, Ph.D is a scientist of considerable notoriety. An interdisciplinary scientist, Dr. Herndon earned his BA degree in physics from the University of California, San Diego in 1970 and his Ph.D in nuclear chemistry from Texas A&M University in 1974. Holding Post-Doctoral qualifications in Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry, Herndon has been profiled in Current Biography and in 2003 was hailed as the “maverick geophysicist” by The Washington Post.
Dr. Herndon contacted me recently to express his growing concerns about the climate engineering assault – the constant toxic aerosol spraying of our planet – and the obvious human health and environmental ramifications we all face from this contamination.
His recent letter to authorities in his region is provided below. May his outspokenness be an example to others in the science community.
Marvin has shown a level of courage that is so very rare in the circles of the science community — he is taking a stand on the aerosol spraying issue and making his voice heard. There are so many in academia who have sheepishly hidden themselves in the shadows while they perform whatever task is asked of them in exchange for a paycheck and a pension. But Marvin is the antithesis of this. He has sacrificed much in his life and career in order to stand on his convictions.
I solute Dr. Herndon’s determination and courage.