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  • Smolensk Crash DisinformationNo one saw anything, no one heard anything, no one filmed anything ...
  • Russian Image Management by Euguene PoteatRetired CIA Senior Scientific Intelligence Officer Euguene Poteat speaks out
  • TNT and other explosives detected on the wreckage of Polish presidential planeC4, TNT, RDX, HMX (octogen), p-MNT and Nitroglycerine detected ...
  • Smolensk Crash related deaths"The Serial Suicider" Strikes Again. Key witness dead!
  • Countdown to the crash of Flight PLF101Countdown to the crash of Polish Governement Tupolev TU-154M flight PLF101.
  • Smolensk Widow Beata Gosiewska exposes the Smolnesk Crash LieSmolensk Crash Widow exposes the "Smolensk Lie"
  • The List of 96 Victims of Polish Air Crash In Smolensk, Russia, on April 10, 2010.The list of 96 victims
  • 9 Questions for Professor Binienda.Is the U.S. scientific community interested in the Smolensk crash?
  • The destruction of the plane was initiated while it was still airborne, approaching landing.The destruction of the plane was initiated while it was still airborne, approaching landing.
  • Lech Kaczynski's Security Was Purposefully CompromisedPolish president's security was purposefully compromised!
  • Slide 11 Title Goes HereThe main causes of the Polish Tu-154M crash were two explosions onboard.
  • Facts presented in this report demonstrate a clear and convincing evidence of obstruction of justice in the one-sided and superficial investigation that violates basic norms of any airplane crash investigation, elementary standards of due process of law, and rights of the families of the victims.Was the official investigation an obstruction of justice?
Polish air crash disinformation. Russian Image Management by Retired CIA Senior Scientific Intelligene Officer, Eugene Poteat, LL.D Traces of explosives detected on remains of Polish president's plane. Serial Suicider on the loose. The crash of Flight PLF101 Timeline. Polish air crash lie exposed. Victims of Polish air crash. 9 Questions for the lead scientist in the independent Smolensk crash investigation. Mechanical and structural aspects of 2010 crash of Polish Government Tupolev TU-154M in Smolensk, Russka. Polish president's security was intentionally compromised. Scientific analysis of Smolensk crash points to the invalidity of the official findings. 2014 independent Smolensk Crash Raport: What do we know about Smolensk crash today.

Smolensk Crash Investigation Expert Profiles
Dr. Chris Cieszewski, Ph.D.
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Dr. Chris Cieszewski, Ph.D.
Dr. Chris Cieszewski, Ph.D.

Dr. Chris Cieszewski, Ph.D.

Professor, Fiber Supply Assessment, The University of Georgia

Academic Degrees:

- Ph.D., "Growth & Yield Modelling", University of Alberta, 1994. M.Sc.,

- "Forestry Modelling", U.B.C. Vancouver, 1989.

- For. Eng., M.F., "OR", Warsaw Agriculture Academy, 1983.

 

Academic Positions

  • Professor, Daniel B. Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia (2008-Present).
  • Associate Professor, D.B. Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia (2003-2008).
  • Assistant Professor, D.B. Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia, (1997-2003).

Other professional employment

  • Senior Consultant, Dr. Systems Inc., Nanaimo, B.C. (1996-1997).
  • Biometrician/Project Scientist, ManTech Environmental Inc., Corvallis, OR. (1995-1996).
  • Mensurationist/Res. Scientist, NR-CFS, NoFC, Edmonton, Alberta (1986-1995).
  • Research Assistant, UBC campus and UBC Research Forest, Maple Ridge, B.C. (1984-1986).
  • Research Assistant, Agricultural University, Faculty of Forestry, Warsaw, Poland (1981-1983).
  • Research Assistant, AFOCEL & ARMEF, Dijon, France (1981).

Publications

Cieszewski, C; Strub, M; Antony, F; Bettinger, P; Dahlen, J; and Lowe, R. 2013: Wood quality assessment of tree trunk from the tree branch sample and auxiliary data based on NIR Spectroscopy and SilviScan. Math. Comput. For. Nat.-Res. Sci. 5(1):86-111.

Liu, S.B; Bitterlich, W; Cieszewski, C; and Zasada, M. 2011: Comparing the use of three dendrometers for measuring diameters at breast height. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 35(3):136-141.

Bettinger, P; Siry, J; Cieszewski, C; Merry, K; Zengin, H; and Yesil, A. 2013: Forest management issues of the southern United States and comparisons with Turkey. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 37.

Cieszewski, C; Lowe, R; Bettinger, P; and Kumar, A. 2013: Micro-detail comparative forest site analysis using high-resolution satellite imagery. Math. Comput. For. Nat.-Res. Sci. 5(1):16-37.

Kim, H; Bettinger, P; and Cieszewski, C. 2012: Reflections on the estimation of stand-level forest characteristics using Landsat satellite imagery. Applied Remote Sensing Journal 2(2):45-56.

Shan, Y; Bettinger, P; Cieszewski, C; and Wang, W. 2012: Pitfalls and potential of particle swarm optimization for contemporary spatial forest planning. Forest Systems 21(3):468-480.

Strub, M and Cieszewski, C. 2012: Generalization of the Coefficient of Determination or R-square and its application to Self-Referencing Models. Math. Comput. For. Nat.-Res. Sci. 4(2):73-76.

Cieszewski, C; Liu, S.B; Lowe, R; and Zasada, M. 2011: Spatially Explicit Biomass Sustainability Analysis for Bioenergy Mill Sitting in Georgia, USA. The Open Forest Science Journal 4(1):2-41.

Bettinger, P; Molpus, R; Greene, D; Borders, B; Izlar, B; Siry, J; Harris, T; Kane, M; Cieszewski, C; Merry, K; Baldwin, S; Simmons, R; and Smith, J. 2011: Handbook of land and tree measurements. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Center for Forest Business.

Full CV Here ...

See: Micro-detail comparative forest site analysis using high-resolution satellite imagery

An Interview with Dr. Chris Cieszewski, Ph.D.

 
"Russian Image Management"

The trip to Smolensk was expected to highlight Russia finally admitting culpability in the massacre, after long having blamed it on the Germans, an atrocity they had tried to conceal for over 70 years.

Eugene Poteat, retired CIA Senior Scientific Intelligence Officer.

As for the reception committee, it had different ideas. Putin wasn’t looking forward to such an occasion. Into this poisonous reception brew was President Kaczynski’s well-known public criticism of Moscow and Putin, a habit that has ended the lives of others within Russia – and abroad. A few discouraging Russian requirements – that Kaczynski could not attend in any official capacity – did not halt the Poles. Kaczynski would go anyway on non-official, “personal” business. To Russians, such a distinction would be meaningless, not lessening the possible international excoriation of such an event. A problem ripe for a modern, Russian solution: a tragic, ‘natural’ accident.

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