Vladimir Paar

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Vladimir Paar

Vladimir Paar (born 1942) is a Croatian physicist and university professor.

Paar was born in Zagreb.[1] He graduated from the Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, where he is currently a professor. He is a full member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts since 1992.[1]

His scientific interests include theoretical nuclear physics, chaos theory in physics and technology, computer modeling in clinical medicine, energetics, and history of physics. To the general public he is known as a popularizer of science, being the author of two books, hundreds of newspaper articles and several television series in the field of popular science.[2]

He is also skeptical about theory of evolution and global warming and advocate of new ice age hypothesis.


  1. ^ a b "Vladimir Paar, Fellow of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts". info.hazu.hr. Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Retrieved 2010-06-02. 
  2. ^ "Paar, Vladimir". www.knjiznica.phy.hr (in Croatian). Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb. Retrieved 2012-04-19. 


  • Vladimir Paar profile at the Who is Who in Croatian Science database (Croatian)

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