Happy Thanksgiving

For those of you celebrating the holiday today, have a happy Thanksgiving. I will not be available to moderate comments here for most of the day and evening. So have patience if you leave one. It will eventually appear to the public.

I’ll be back at it tomorrow.


PS: If you’d like to chastise me for my recent (past) use of a pseudonym, see posts here and here, may I suggest that you not use a pseudonym yourself.

About Bob Tisdale

Research interest: the long-term aftereffects of El Niño and La Nina events on global sea surface temperature and ocean heat content. Author of the ebook Who Turned on the Heat? and regular contributor at WattsUpWithThat.
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3 Responses to Happy Thanksgiving

  1. omanuel says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Bob!

    I have not used a pseudonym, yet, but I understand the temptation to do so.

    David Snell published an article in the Atlanta Constitution on 3 Oct 1946 that exposed the deep historical roots of the Climategate scandal: Japan’s atomic bomb program at Konan and Japan’s atomic test off the Konan’s east coast on 12 Aug 1945:


    In researching their book, “The Flight of the Hog Wild,” Bill Streifer and Irek Sabitov recently discovered an intriguing response from Izvestia – the official Communist newspaper of the Soviet Union – published ten days later on 13 Oct 1946:

    I cannot read Russian myself, but I understand Izvestia called the Atlanta Constitution article “delirium” and described the author – David Snell – as a “provocateur.”

    [Bill Streifer said the full citation is “The Chain Reaction” (Цепная Реакция) by B. Ilyin (Б. Ильин), as part of a selection of related articles under the title “On Topics of Foreign Life” (На темы зарубежной жизни), Izvestia, Oct. 13, 1946, p. 4.]

  2. Happy Thanksgiving, Bob!
    And thanks for all the knowledge about the oceans where the fishes live in.

  3. earwig42 says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Bob. I’m thankful for all I’ve learned from your posts.
    I also enjoyed your adventure at hot whopper.

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