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Hendrik Falck, Geoscience OfficeNorthwest Territories (Re - 2007 Charles Camsell Talk, NWT Geoscience Forum):

"Thank you again for a great talk. The crowd was buzzing for the remainder of the meeting."

Jamie Lim, President & CEOOntario Forest Industries Association:

"Your panel session made this the best Annual General Meeting ever!  Our members were so impressed." See article about this talk to the right.

Prof David AmunsenMIT Club of Ottawa:

"Thanks again for a great lecture last month, I know our members really enjoyed it."

Prof Don WilesAlmonte Lecture Series Coordinator, Carleton University:

"I got an enthusiastic call this morning from a friend whose wisdom I highly respect.  While congratulating me for always getting excellent speakers, he pointed out that this lecture of yours was the most impressive of all the very many that he has heard.

"That was, expectably, an awfully good lecture.  I suspect that you may have convinced a number of skeptics."

Click on article to see readable text of May 30, 2007 news article concerning
Professor Patterson's talk to the Ontario Forest Industry Association, The Working Forest, Callander, Ontario.

Robin Flockton (forester)Glengarry Eco-Symposium (2007):

"Thank you very much for an excellent presentation yesterday.  The participants thoroughly enjoyed the meeting."

Angus McKenzie, LLP, Canadian Club, London: 

"Many thanks and special thanks for the great learning experience all of us (students and the rest of) received."

Professor Patterson diving near Lee Stocking Island in the
Bahamas while teaching a 4th year field camp. Here he
investigates giant stromatolites, originally a major contributor
to building Earth's oxygen rich atmosphere.

Pat McCue, Canadian Club, Kingston:

"You gave an excellent presentation - stimulating and "somewhat" controversial.  Just what we like."

Cyril Butler, St. Peter’s School, Ottawa:

"Thank you, again, for taking the time to share your research with us, and thank you for being a scientist who follows the data, rather than the popular curve."

Sean Clark, St. Pius X High School, Ottawa:

"Your presentation on celestial influences on climate change opened up our students to new possibilities."

Terry Reynolds, Head of the Senior School, Holy Trinity School, Richmond Hill, Ontario:

"Thank you so much for your visit to HTS the other day. You provided us with a thought provoking, informative and interesting lecture and you gave our kids a taste of what university will be like. It was great finding out a different view on climate change than the popular media take on it. It was also really nice for the classes you spent time with throughout the morning."