UPDATE:  As I was writing the post that was the subject of this one, I realized a few things: (1) it was way too long; (2) because it was too long, I needed to divide it into smaller posts…one of which is here; (3) most people already know that HADSST3 is biased a little warm over the past 33 years; (4) most people already know the other Hadley Centre SST dataset, HADISST, is biased a little cool over that time period; and (5) the NOAA SST datasets reside between the two Hadley Centre SST datasets.

So, you can pretty much disregard this post…though it was fun to see the reactions.

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I’ve been producing blog posts almost daily for the past few weeks to help reduce Anthony Watts’s load while he’s working on other projects.  But I stopped a couple of days ago.  And it might be a few more days before I publish another post.

Why? you ask.

I’m working on a post that’s going to upset one of the global surface temperature data suppliers..and some warmists.  Which supplier?  What dataset?

Sorry, you’re gonna have to wait.

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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10 Responses to Uh-Oh!

  1. earwig42 says:

    Can’t wait. I always look forward to your posts.
    Thanks for all your work,

  2. catweazle666 says:

    I’m working on a post that’s going to upset one of the global surface temperature data suppliers..and some warmists.

    You go, Bob!

    And Happy Christmas!

  3. Bob MacLean says:

    As the late Dick Emery used to say, “Ooh…You are awful…….But I like you!”

  4. I will forward to that.

  5. Streetcred says:

    “Oh, behave!”

  6. Bernard Murphy says:

    I know what all this about. Bob is allowing time for Miriam O’Brien’s rage-o-meter to crank up before he spills the beans. Yer a cruel man, Tisdale. 🙂

  7. Bob Tisdale says:

    Wonderful thought, Bernard. Sadly, it hadn’t occurred to me.

  8. John F. Hultquist says:

    Cold in central North America by January 7th.
    Watch the Great Lakes freeze.

    Oh, that’s not your news. Okay. We wait.

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