Looking For Contract Programming Work To Finance My Climate Research

I am working on writing a couple of books which should be excellent reads (and hopefully big sellers) and have several other climate related projects in the works. These efforts require time and I have to pay bills in the interim. Spending time on climate blogging and research has cost me literally hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost opportunity and career costs over the past five years.

Unfortunately my Canadian contract ran out, and my first big oil check hasn’t arrived yet – so I am looking for contract programming work.

I am an expert in many area of computer software and hardware, with my recent work focus on 3D graphics, image processing, computer vision, video streaming, networked client/server apps, and high performance computing. My languages of choice are C++/C, Java, OpenGL, OpenCL and Cuda. And for the record, I have worked professionally on developing (accelerating) climate and weather models.

This blog reaches hundreds of thousands of people a month. If anyone reading this has need of contract programming by an extremely skillful and fast senior programmer, please contact me at stevegoddardjobs@gmail.com  I’m happy to consider either large or small tasks.

Thank you very much. This post will stay at the top of the blog for a while. Look below for new posts.

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Understanding Progressives

In case you hadn’t realized that progressives are both completely insane and very dangerous. This comment was among the most popular on a Guardian Bundy hit piece.

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A rancher’s armed battle against the US government is standard libertarian fare | Kieran Suckling | Comment is free | theguardian.com

The Guardian worries about NSA spying, but has no problem with Feds sending a massive paramilitary operation to settle a legal dispute with a 67 year old rancher whose family has been raising cattle on that land for 140 years. Their readers want the military to launch lethal drone attacks on political opponents.

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Troops Dealing With A Domestic Terrorism Problem During The 1930s

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A Different View Of Extreme Weather From 1975

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A Hockey Stick Of Data Tampering In Illinois

The National Weather Service says December-March was the coldest on record in Chicago.

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But NCDC says that December-March temperatures in Illinois were fourth coldest, and not as cold as the winter of 1977-1978. There was a lot more ice on Lake Michigan this spring than there was in 1978 – meaning that either the freezing point of water has changed, or the NCDC data is garbage.

NCDC accomplished this remarkable feat of data destruction through a hockey stick of tampering, which skews 2014 vs. 1978 temperatures by about two degrees.

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Understanding Domestic Terror

Rancher raising food on land his family has been using since 1870. Government wants the land.

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Government calls rancher a domestic terrorist, and sends storm troopers to liquidate the problem.

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King George III – October 27, 1775

October 27, 1775

King George III speaks before both houses of the British Parliament to discuss growing concern about the rebellion in America, which he viewed as a traitorous action against himself and Great Britain. He began his speech by reading a “Proclamation of Rebellion” and urged Parliament to move quickly to end the revolt and bring order to the colonies.

The king spoke of his belief that “many of these unhappy people may still retain their loyalty, and may be too wise not to see the fatal consequence of this usurpation, and wish to resist it, yet the torrent of violence has been strong enough to compel their acquiescence, till a sufficient force shall appear to support them.” With these words, the king gave Parliament his consent to dispatch troops to use against his own subjects, a notion that his colonists believed impossible.

King George III speaks to Parliament of American rebellion

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1896 Tornado Wrecked 8,500 Buildings In St. Louis

A tornado which hit St. Louis in 1896, killed 138 people and wrecked 8,500 buildings. CO2 was below 300 PPM at the time.

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THE ST. LOUIS TORNADO. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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