William P. Sokeland
University of Florida
Mr. Sokeland qualified for his PhD at the age of 33 years from the University of Florida and returned to participate in the Skylab project at McDonald Douglas. He retired at age 50 and enjoys internet research concerning the impact of supernova and nova debris streams on the planet earth. He is offering numerous papers for publication and since currently no one believes supernova and nova debris streams impact our planet, he is the sole source of his chosen topic. His Supernova and Nova Impact Theory, SNIT, predicts current actions of debris streams that have significant impact on the theories of heating and cooling for our planet. The question, “Where is the energy coming from that causes Global Warming?” has been answered by the SNIT.
Supernova and Nova effects due to impact of their focused debris streams.