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Science is in a downward spiral, being rotted from within by shoddy practices and poor practitioners. Discover modern science's dirty secret.
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You website is absolutely horrible in comparison to the quality of your articles. I would never share these links.
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Science is in big trouble due to falling standards and lower public esteem. Part of the problem is the trend of treating computer models as though they are scientific evidence, they are not.
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Climate change alarmists were ecstatic, the Pause was dead, long live global warming! Now, showing how settled the science behind climate change really is, a new paper in Nature Climate refutes the refutation. In a warmist's nightmare zombie Apocalypse, the Pause is back and NOAA stands revealed as the data fudging climate change activists they are.
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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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Resilient Earth Press author, Doug L. Hoffman, has officially retired from industry and academia and will now concentrate on writing science fiction and having a good time. In order to mark this occasion, we are announcing new lower pricing on his previous novels and a book give-a-way on Goodreads of his forthcoming novel Starflake. This time the Peggy Sue II is off to the Pleiades to find the elusive and mysterious T'aafhal. Of course things never go as planed when exploring the galaxy. Enter the contest today and pick up a copy of the preceding novels at a bargain price.
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In honor of the current cold spell here is a reminder that things could be much worse if we have global cooling. A few degrees of global warming? We should be so lucky, just ask the Romans of 536 AD.
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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.
 http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/global-average-temperature-meaningless-misleading
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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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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.