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It looks like the wind is being taken out of the climate alarmists sails as the pause turns into a chill. A lot of research pointing to a possible next Little Ice Age. The sad part is, global cooling will be more destructive that the warming predicted by the warming scare mongers.
http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/tide-turning-time-global-cooling
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I read the two referenced IEEE articles on renewable energy in Europe and just could not let them stand unchallenged. Definitely a case of trying to put lipstick on a pig.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/europes-illusion-renewable-future
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Here is a recap on some recent papers that continue to drive nails into the CAGW coffin. Perhaps more surprising is a call for fresh new talent to take up climate science. I guess the old blowhards are just not getting it done.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/climate-unsettled-science
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While everyone seems to be going bonkers over the winter storms on either side of the Atlantic, the sorry performance of windpower during the harsh winter weather is being ignored. I hope to correct a few misperceptions regarding windpower with this piece.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/its-ill-wind-blows-nobody-any-good
In his recent State of the Union (SOTU) address, US President Barack Obama claimed that “America is number one in wind power.” This will come as a shock to China and several other countries that have led the way in green energy like wind and solar. That aside, expanding wind energy may not be ...
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Starting off the new year with a bit of a review. It was a bad year to be a climate alarmist, and 2015 should be no better.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/2014-annus-horribilus-climate-alarmists
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Remember all the wailing and gnashing of teeth over drought in the mid south? Texas & Oklahoma were just going to dry up and blow away. Naturally, fringe alarmists blamed the "unprecedented" drought on climate change. Well the drought is over and now people are complaining about too much water. I have said this before, but it bears repeating. Just because something has not happened before in you lifetime does not mean that it is unusual and certainly not unprecedented. Climate changes, it has very little to do with us, and nature does not ask our permission.
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After years of drought, Texas, Oklahoma, and other states are now coping with persistent flooding rains.
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It seems that ubiquitous fungi is a major producer of the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide. Since most N2O cannot be blamed on people the climate alarmists just ignore it. I guess it's just an inconvenient gas.

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Climate alarmists are running around calling climate science "basic physics". True to their methods, this is yet another attempt to dumb down the science of Earth's climate machine in order to hide their abysmal ignorance of how nature works.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/climate-models-%E2%80%9Cbasic-physics%E2%80%9D-falls-short-real-science
Recently, a PR offensive has been mounted by the minions of climate alarmism, attempting to rehabilitate the soiled reputation of climate models. Most everyone by now has heard of the 18+ year pause in global temperature increase, dubbed the “pause” by climate change advocates.
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On a cold, icy day here in central Arkansas I find myself marveling at
the release of the latest attempt at climate change misdirection from
the alarmists at GISS. Attempting to raise new concerns as most of the Northern Hemisphere shivers, this bastard child of NASA has constructed a new edifice on a foundation of bovine excreta, warning people that the American Southwest is due for a "Megadrought", the likes of which have not been seen in 1,000 years. They have no shame and less understanding.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/if-first-youre-not-believed-lie-lie-again
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I've somewhat remiss in my blogging recently between work, teaching at the local university, and writing my next science fiction novel. I'm now off for the Holidays and hope to resume my weekly posts. Here is a down payment on that goal, a missive prompted by idiots on Twitter yelling "what about the consensus!". I hope you enjoy it.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/celestial-collisions-climate-change-and-consensus
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Welcome to the new Resilient Earth website. We are proud to announce the launch of the Resilient Earth Press, publishers of fiction and non-fiction books by Dr. Doug L. Hoffman and Allen Simmons. Along with the normal weekly blog posts by Dr. Hoffman, this site will feature announcements about new works by the Resilient Earth authors.