Mr Ken Ha, BSc (possibly Hons) accuses Professor Lawrence Krauss of knowing nothing about science. “This is yet another example of a university professor who just does not fully understand science…”

  • 1984 First Prize Award, Gravity Research Foundation
  • 1986 Presidential Young Investigator Award
  • 1997 Glover Award for Distinction in Physics Achievement and Physics Education, Dickenson College, PA.
  • 2000Award for Public Understanding of Science and Technology, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Citation: For global impact as a science communicator and the ability to maintain an active science career while writing several books about physics for the general public.
  • 2001 Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize, American Physical Society. Citation: For outstanding contributions to the understanding of the early universe, and extraordinary achievement in communicating the essence of physical science to the general public.
  • 2001 Andrew R. Gemant Award, American Institute of Physics. Citation: To Professor Lawrence Krauss for excellence in the interpretation of physics to the public through numerous newspaper and magazine articles, books, lectures, and television productions. Krauss is especially commended for his communication of sound scientific literacy through timely opinion pieces and books, and for his efforts to address incorrect popular interpretations of science disseminated in the mass media.
  • 2002 American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award for Atom, An Odyssey from the Big Bang to Life on Earth and Beyond
  • 2003 Humanism Award, Free Inquirers of Northeast Ohio
  • 2004 Oersted Medal, American Association of Physics Teachers.
  • 2004 Northern Ohio Live Award of Achievement: Science and Technology
  • 2005 Joseph A. Burton Forum Award, American Physical Society, Citation: For major contributions in defending science in the schools through his efforts in combating the opponents of teaching evolution, and for continuing to enhance the public understanding of contemporary physics
  • 2009 Center for Inquiry World Congress Award for Scholarship in the Public Interest.
  • 2009 Friend of Darwin Award, National Center for Science Education
  • 2009 Helen Sawyer Hogg Prize of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and the Astronomical Society of Canada
  • 2012 National Science Board 2012 Public Service Award

Other Honors (since 1977)

  • 1977 Senate Graduating Medal, Carleton University
  • 1977-1981 N.R.C. Postgraduate Scholarship
  • 1982-1985 Junior Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows
  • 1982-83 N.S.E.R.C.Fellowship
  • 1988 Junior Faculty Fellowship,Yale Unversity
  • 1988 Senior Faculty Fellowship, Yale University
  • 1988 Nesbitt Lecturer, Carleton University
  • 1989 Gravity Research Foundation Prize Award
  • 1990 Named Sigma-Xi National Lecturer (1991-92)
  • 1990 Named to "International Leaders in Achievement"
  • 1991 Gravity Research Foundation Prize Award
  • 1993 Named to Ambrose Swasey Chair in Physics
  • 1995 Gravity Research Foundation Prize Award
  • 1996 Innaugural Distinguish Scientist Lecturer for Young People, Ohio Aerospace Institute
  • 1996 Innaugural Distinguished Physics Lecturer, University of Minnesota
  • 1996 Ohio Achievement Award Selection, Northern Ohio Live Magazine
  • 1997 Hays Lecturer, Oberlin College
  • 1997 Great Poets League of Cleveland Honoree 1997
  • 1998 Cleveland Magazine, 50 Most Interesting People of the Year Award
  • 1997-8 University School-Seelbach Visiting Chair
  • 1998 American Physical Society Centennial Lecturer
  • 1998 Henry Steel Lecturer, Mid America Orthopedic Assn.
  • 1998 Commencement Speaker, Hiram College
  • 1998 13th Annual Frank G. and Jean M. Chesley Lectureship, Carleton College
  • 1998 Herzfeld Lecturer, Catholic University
  • 1999 Fellow, American Physical Society
  • 1999- Board of Directors, Physics Entrepeneurship Program.
  • 1999 Gravity Research Foundation Prize Award
  • 1999 Moti Lal Rustgi Memorial Lecturer, SUNY Buffalo
  • 1999 Hendrik de Waard Foundation Lecturer, Groningen, Netherlands
  • 2000 Maurer Memorial Lecturer, University of Arkansas
  • 2000 Vanden Miles Lecturer, Wayne State University
  • 2000 Kallen Lecturer, University of Lund, Sweden.
  • 2000 Benedum Lecturer, University of West Virginia
  • 2000 Great Minds Lecturer, Illinois Math and Science Academy, Aurora IL
  • 2000 Soloist, Holst, The Planets, with The Cleveland Orchestra
  • 2001 Rochester Lecturer, University of Durham, UK
  • 2001 Isaac Asimov Memorial Panelist, American Museum of Natural History, NY
  • 2001 Rorschach Lecturer, Rice University
  • 2001 Shell Lecturer, National Assoc. of Science Teachers
  • 2001 Invited Witness, U.S. House Committee on Science, Session on the Future of Space Exploration
  • 2001 Malstrom Lecturer, Hamline University, Minnesota
  • 2001 Morgan Lecturer, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth Texas
  • 2001 Timothy J. OLeary Distinguished Scientist Lecturer, Gonzaga University
  • 2001 Presidential Inauguration Keynote Speaker Clark University
  • 2001 Campbell Lecturer, Society of Pediatric Urology
  • 2001 Ernest Orlando Lawrence Centenary Lecturer, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
  • 2001 Fermi Centennial Lecturer, Fermilab
  • 2001 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • 2002 Knight Fellow, Western Reserve Academy
  • 2002 Friedman Lecturer, Penn State University
  • 2002 Milton Lecturer, Syracuse University
  • 2002 Chancellor’s Lecturer, Vanderbilt University
  • 2002 Fellow, Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal
  • 2003 Waynick Lecturer, Penn State University
  • 2003 Donald Ross Hamilton Lecturer, Princeton University
  • 2003 Woods Lecturer, Westminster College, PA
  • 2003 New Frontiers in Information Sciences Distinguished Lecturer, Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome NY
  • 2003 Commencement Speaker, Carleton University
  • 2003 Five Colleges Lecturer, U Mass. Amherst
  • 2003 William Mahoney Lecturer, U. Mass Amherst
  • 2003 Presidential Lecturer, Clark University
  • 2004 Joe Barnhart Lecturer, Coastal Bend College, TX
  • 2004 Constance Wilson Distinguished Lecturer, Berry College, GA
  • 2004 Maurice and Yetta Glicksman Commencement Lecturer, Brown University
  • 2004 Likover Lecturer, American Civil Liberties Union.
  • 2004 Samuel Newton Taylor Lecturer, Goucher College
  • 2005 Hooker Professor and Lecturer, McMaster University
  • 2005 Rudin Distinguished Scholar Lecturer, Marymount College
  • 2005 First Annual Mel Oakes Distinguished Undergraduate Lecturer, UT. Austin
  • 2005 World Year of Physics Lecturer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • 2005 Benson Lecturer, Miami University
  • 2005 IBM Yorktown Heights Visions Lecturer
  • 2005 NASA Huntsville, World Year of Physics Lecturer
  • 2005 Sigma Pi Sigma Lecturer, Wright State University
  • 2005 Crump Lecturer, St. Andrews School
  • 2005 Presidential Lecturer, University of Tulsa
  • 2005 IBM Lecturer, Wittenberg University
  • 2005 World Year of Physics Lecturer, Severance Hall
  • 2006 Michigan State Science Teacher’s Distinguished Lecturer
  • 2007-8 Phi Beta Kappa National Visiting Scholar
  • 2006- Board of Sponsors, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
  • 2006 Terry Lectureship, Science and Religion, Yale University
  • 2007 Distinguished Scientist Lecture, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • 2007 Concordia University Distinguished Scientist Lecturer
  • 2007 Gravity Research Foundation Prize Award
  • 2007 Michelson Centenary Lecturer, US Naval Academy.
  • 2007 Inaugural Beyond Institute Lecturer, Arizona State University
  • 2008 Centennial Lecturer, University of Arkansas
  • 2008 Bradley Lecturer, American Enterprise Institute
  • 2008 2008 Michigan State University Distinguished Lecturer
  • 2009 National Lecturer, Australian National Science Week
  • 2010 Todd Lecturer, Butler University
  • 2010 Woods Lecturer, Norwich University.
  • 2010 Smith Lecturer, Davidson College
  • 2010 Distinguished University Lecturer, U. Alberta, Edmonton
  • 2010- Distinguished Visiting Professor, Australian National University
  • 2011 James and Jean Davis Prestige Visiting Fellow, Otaga University
  • 2011 Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellowship, University of Melbourne
  • 2012 Irving K. Barber Lecture, University of British Columbia
  • 2012 The Littleton-Franklin Lecture, Auburn University

The above is taken from Lawrence Krauss’ online cv.

Good call, Mr Ham. What does Professor Krauss know about science, eh?

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Comment by Loren Miller on February 15, 2013 at 5:52am

Ken Ham's problems are obvious:

Methinks someone doesn't know his ass from his elbow, eh?

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