Jim Hollingsworth

About This Member:

Work History

2013 to Present                    Retired

1992 to 2013                         Building Contractor; Hollingsworth Enterprises

1977 to 1992                         Pastor, School Teacher, School Administrator, Private Sch

1968 to 1977                         Geological Asst, Bunker Hill Mine, Kellogg Idaho

 

Education

1958                                       Graduate Pomona High School, Pomona California

1962                                       AA Degree, Mt Sac Jr. College, General Science.

                                                Ran Weather Station on campus

1967                                       BA Humboldt State College, Social Science,

                                                Minor in Geology

1989                                       MA, Pensacola Christian College

 

I have always had a keen interest in weather and thus was in charge of the weather station on campus in Junior College.  We posted our predictions on the campus bulletin board.


Nine years working at the Bunker Hill Mine showed me that geologic processes take a lot of time.  The Earth has changed from time to time, but it is still here.  I believe it will continue with summer and winter for ages to come.


I have been especially impressed by the work of the Heartland Institute and took one of their seminars. I have continued to study tapes of later seminars.  Also, Doctors for Disaster Preparedness, of whom Dr. Art Robinson is on the board.  I attended one of their seminars and have watched tapes of the conferences since then.  I have read many books on climate change since college.  I was in a panel discussion with local environmentalists and have written many letters to the editor on the subject.