Editor’s Letter:

 

Presenting the Inaugural Issue:

The Pellam Journal of Science

 

 John Pellam, Editor & Director

The Bibliotheque: World Wide Society and the Institute for Positive Global Solutions

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August 1, 2016

 

 

I’m pleased to present you with the Inaugural Issue of the Pellam Journal of Science.

 

This issue’s Lead Paper is in the category of Environmental Biology, and is titled “Mutually Reciprocal Roads for Fresh Water and Electricity in the Sea Between Japan and China.  Researched and authored by Dr. Yohji Esashi, Honorary Professor at Japan’s  Tohoku University and Former Consultant, FAO, the focus of this paper is on climate change. According to Professor Esashi, “At the end of 2014, COP20 (UN Climate Change Conference 2014) was held in Lima, the capital of Peru, and the allotment of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission by country was discussed.  Although no agreement was achieved between the developing countries and the developed countries, however, the conclusion was put off to the meeting in following fiscal year.   Even if an agreement is reached in a day, the agreement only delays the depletion of fossil fuels that are limited resources in the earth.” Professor Esashi continues  “Therefore, it is predicted that the earth would be finally surrounded by atmosphere with large amount of GHG.” His paper postulates causes, effects and solutions. 

 

Following, in the topic area of Science: Chemistry, BWW Institute Governor Dr. Dr. Randolph Riemschneider of Berlin, Germany presents The Camel in Chemistry, 1947-2015” and follow-up paper, “Camel in Chemistry Part II.”  Dr. Riemschneider states that “As a result of the warming of the earth caused by the change in climate, the world's desert regions are spreading; accordingly, the undemanding camel will become increasingly important as livestock. Every year our planet is losing fertile farmland in dimensions of Germany by erosion: Over-fertilizing and concrete sealing on top of it. Modern agricultural technique is in great demand.” The author's attention was first drawn to the camel as livestock in 1947 by a student who participated in the basic lab course in Biochemistry. Dr. Riemschneider’s findings are fascinating for the lay reader and research chemist alike.

 

In our next set of papers, Dr. Keiji Taniguchi, BWW Institute Governor from Fukui, Japan, presents his research in the area of Chemistry: Physiology, titled “Parameters for Evaluating the Existence of Uric Acid in the Human Body” followed by a second paper in this topic area, presenting a Case Study, “Techniques for Excreting Uric Acid Crystals in the Human Body, Part I.” In this research paper Dr. Taniguchi explains that “several parameters for the existence of uric acid crystals are experimentally examined”; complete results of the experiment are detailed, followed by a Case Study.

 

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I’m looking forward to receiving your comments, observations and remarks regarding this issue’s presentations,

 

With best wishes,

 

John Pellam

President & Director

Bibliotheque: World Wide International Publishers

The Bibliotheque: World Wide Society

Email: president@bwwsociety.org

Website: www.bwwsociety.org

 

About the Journal:

 

The Pellam Journal of Science is a publication of the BWW Society and the Institute for Positive Global Solutions, and features scientific research papers from scientists throughout the world.

 

Call for Papers:

 

We are currently accepting papers for publication in the Pellam Journal of Science. If you would like to submit a paper for review for publication, you are cordially invited to forward your manuscript.

 

 

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