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I have been somewhat remiss in my blogging, what with retiring and all, but I'm back and keeping abreast of recent climate science developments. This time a new model claims to show that we may be facing a delayed glacial inception this time around. An extended interglacial will undoubtedly send climate change alarmists into a frenzy, but there are historical precedents for such things long before the industrial age and even widespread agriculture. It it comes to pass my advice is to kick back and enjoy the good weather.
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Who is responsible for low energy prices, industry or government? Here's a hint, it wasn't Obama.

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Anyone who has been paying attention to the climate change follies for the past several decades could not help but notice that climate models suck. The computerized monstrosities are seemingly incapable of coming up with a temperature forecast that comes anywhere close to reality. Billions of dollars have been spent on developing these software chimeras, initially based on a combination of atmospheric and ocean circulation models. Since their inception, climate modelers have added more factors to the models like a student stuffing dirty clothes into a bag before returning home on holiday.

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Acknowledging that today's supercomputers lack the computational power to successfully model Earth's climate system, a climate modeler is suggesting that climate models would benefit from running on computers whose calculations are less exact. “In designing the next generation of supercomputers, ...
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There are no words for our sorrow, no balm for our rage, no reduction in our desire for justice. God Bless America #NeverForget

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For America this is a day for remembrances: we need to remember those who were so pointlessly and callously slaughtered on this date in 2001; we need to remember those brave first responders who rallied to save those they could, often giving up their own lives in the process; and we need to ...
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Summer is here, at least in the Northern Hemisphere, and the normal crowd of climate cuckoos are busy tweeting out every time a new high temperature is reported. Like an ostentatious mating display for the scientifically ignorant, they strut their stuff, stupid and proud of it. It is a wonder our species survives.
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Re: "Bottom line on this is that all this climate catastrophe hype is simply hot air."
AGW is based on the assumption that warming would be more harmful than beneficial. This is not settled science. The fact is, the science is very clear that warming would be vastly more beneficial than harmful to humans and the environment.
See:
by Thomas Gale Moore
a. Climate of fear : why we shouldn't worry about global warming
b. Global warming : a boon to humans and other animals
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Science in general, and climate science in particular, has a poor record when it comes to predicting the future. As much as we think we know about Earth's climate system there is much more that we do not know. A new report highlights some of the "inevitable surprises" found over the past decade studying circulation in the Atlantic Ocean. There are questions galore that need to be answered before we even begin to understand the AMOC, one of the most important factors regulation our planet's climate. The lie that climate science is settled science can not be exposed more plainly than this.

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With the cavalcade of climate clowns in Paris, this is a good time to examine the meaning of global average temperature and what a 2°C
change in it might make.
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We are reposting Patrick Moore's GWPF annual address. This is a compelling case for not panicking over CO2 by a rational ecologist.
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Once again the media has disgraced itself with a fright story about climate change causing giant Arctic mosquitoes.

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A number of media outlets picked up a story recently about increasing swarms of giant mosquitoes endangering caribou and blotting out the Arctic Sun. Evidently this all came from a research report that stated the obvious, a longer, warmer summer would lead to a longer mosquito season in the ...
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The climate change racquet has provided grant money to untold numbers of academics who publish rubbish that the complicit sensationalism seeking mainstream media and environmental organizations happily inflict on a gullible public.
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In honor of the Labor Day weekend Doug L. Hoffman's science fiction novel, Ghosts of Orion, is being offered FREE on Amazon Kindle. Download your copy today! http://www.amazon.com/Ghosts-Orion-Taafhal-Legacy-Book-ebook/dp/B00MAPBARA/
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Finally an new blog post after a hectic month. This one centers on researchers trying to get a more accurate picture of what causes real climate change.

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A journalism professor, writing for the journal Science, has tried to spin a research paper about the rise of the dinosaurs more than 200 million years ago into a warming about global warming and CO2 levels. Here is a more realistic view for the average person.
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Publishers of books about science, global warming, energy policy and fine fiction too.
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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.