Laurence I. Gould is Professor of Physics at the University of Hartford and Past Chair (2004) of the New England Section of the American Physical Society. Dr. Gould earned his Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in physics from Temple University and his B.S. in physics from Carnegie-Mellon University. He has a wide range of interests and has published scholarly articles in several areas of his discipline.
Professor Gould became interested in the “climate change” debate and has been studying the subject since 2003. He has written a number of articles and given many presentations on the topic of “climate change,” including a campus-wide talk at Princeton University and another one on Capitol Hill. He was also one of three Amici Curiae on a recent Brief favorably ruled on by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Dr. Gould has given a number of talks overseas and in the United States on a variety of subjects, including: the application of symmetry principles in teaching science, the life and work of Albert Einstein, symbolic methods in computational physics, and foundations of quantum theory.