Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the Space and Science Research Corporation
(SSRC) is a leading independent US climate research company. It is the foremost institution in the United
States dedicated to the analysis and planning for the next climate change - forecast to be one of decades of record cold weather.
The SSRC maintains active
communication channels with some of the world's best experts in the field of solar physics and climate research
pertaining to the matter of the next climate change. In addition it has a dedicated list of "Supporting Researchers"
who have committed their name and assistance to the mission of the SSRC. The SSRC also updates key US government leaders of
the status of climate change activity centered on its area of expertise.
The SSRC possesses the capability to conduct planning and research on how best to prepare
individuals, businesses, and governments at all levels for the next climate change to a period of long lasting and
potentially dangerous colder weather.
Sources of Funding
The SSRC actively solicits
research funding and study contracts from qualified, reputable sources. In view of the polarized nature of
the current climate change debate, the SSRC does not accept requests from any individual or organization that is seeking
predetermined outcomes or otherwise represents views which are considered extremist or alarmist by the SSRC or are not
willing to accept an objective examination of the facts. We do accept funding from well intended, open minded individuals
and organizations who value the independent position and capability that a science research company like SSRC can provide.
John L. Casey
President, Space and
Science Research Corporation
Mr. John L. Casey is a former
White House space program advisor, consultant to NASA Headquarters, and space shuttle engineer. He is one of America’s
most successful climate change researchers and climate prediction experts. Mr. Casey is the leading advocate in the US for
a national and international plan to prepare for the next climate change to one of a dangerous cold climate era. This new
cold era is caused by a historic decline in the Sun’s energy output, what he calls a “solar hibernation.”
In the spring of 2007, he became the first
researcher to announce this dramatic change in the Sun to the White House and the mainstream media. In addition to correctly
predicting the hibernation of the Sun, recently confirmed by NASA and other science organizations, he has correctly predicted
the end of global warming, and the long term decline in the Earth’s temperatures.
He is the author of the internationally acclaimed climate science book, “Cold Sun” which describes
the rationale for understanding why global warming has ended and the effects of the new cold climate era. Mr. Casey is currently
President of the climate research company, the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), in Orlando, Florida. Through
his years in climate research he has been outspoken in saying that the Sun is the primary driver to climate change.
Because of the respect he had earned in his climate research, in September 2011 he was asked
by a group of the world’s best geologists in earthquake prediction to bring them together in a new company to help save
thousands of lives each year by predicting the most dangerous earthquakes in advance, a never before achieved objective. In
February 2012, the International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center (IEVPC) was formed with Mr. Casey as the Chairman/CEO.
In December 2012, the IEVPC announced that it was concluding its test program early after they had correctly predicted its
first three major earthquake events in advance. As a result, the IEVPC has begun a program to notify all earthquake prone
nations that major earthquakes can now be predicted well in advance.
You can contact Mr. Casey directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
His peer reviewed scientific paper, "The Theory of Relational Cycles of Solar Activity" also called
the "RC Theory," is available at the 'RC Theory" page on this site.
Click Here to Download the March 2013 Bio and Photo of Mr. Casey