Sorry About The Lack of New Posts

I’m on holiday. I’m having too much fun someplace where it’s warm and sunny…and my desktop and laptop with my standard spreadsheets are back home where it’s cold and snowy.   I’m not sure when I’ll be back there, if ever.



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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14 Responses to Sorry About The Lack of New Posts

  1. Robert MacLean says:

    Enjoy the warm weather! We all appreciate your efforts to educate us.

  2. stevekeohane says:

    Take a well-earned break. Thanks again for all you do.

  3. Janice Moore says:

    Glad, so very glad, Bob, to hear that you are taking a nice long (perhaps permanent!) vacation. We will miss your superbly erudite, well-written, thorough, world-class, data analysis, though, if you don’t file a report from “somewhere in the Pacific” ONCE in awhile… 😦

    Enjoy yourself, dear hardworking man who has done SO MUCH for the cause of freedom from the enviroprofiteers! 🙂

    Your admiring student,


  4. Peter Paulson says:


    You have to come back. We your readers are left out in the cold.


  5. eastvns says:

    Stop by on the way home. Discuss boundary layer psychometrics, corporations moving to Ireland, whisky, or fast cars.

  6. Mark Green says:

    Boohoo! !! We need your posts!!!

  7. nzrobin says:

    Wishing you a wonderful holiday. If it’s too hard to go back to the cold, maybe just get another computer and connect up where it’s warm. We won’t mind.

  8. Hi Bob, Can we at least get a ‘wish you were here’ pic?! Enjoy and Cheers, John
    Here’s a funny for you and all to enjoy..see what happens when Aussies get a few hot days out some blocking much for that typecast bloke from Downunder; a piece sarcastically entitled “What a relief that climate change doesn’t really exist”

  9. co2islife says:

    Bob, if you even need a break, please feel free to repost any of my articles over at CO2isLife. I just finished this one that links to your site.

    Climate “Science” on Trial; Cherry Picking Locations to Manufacture Warming

  10. co2islife says:

    Bob, I just finished this. You may find it interesting. It uses the models as evidence for a court case.
    Climate “Science” on Trial; The Criminal Case Against the Alarmists

  11. co2islife says:

    Bob, I just posted the following message over on WUWT. Do you have a link to any data that may apply?. I’d like to run a regression against Temperature. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Mr. Watts, I may have a great project for your Blog. The IPCC Models provide the evidence to shoot down the AGW Theory. The IPCC Models most likely have a very very very low R-Squared, that is why they never publish the R-Squared of the models. You can host a project to beat the IPCC Climate Model R-Squareds. All you would need to do is create a repository for valid climate data. Dr. Spencer and Christy could provide the Satellite Data, Dr. Willie Soon could provide the solar data, someone else could provide the data for El Ninos and Ninas, others could provide data for clouds, albido, etc etc. The CO2 data is readily available. Once all the data sets are collected, multivariable regressions could be run on the data to identify the most significant variables, as well as establishing the R-Squared for the Temp=f(CO2) model. Once that data is collected, and the models run, it would provide great evidence for a court case. The Climate Alarmists would have to defend why a bunch of bloggers were able to create a climate model with a much higher R-Squared than the IPCC was able to do after spending billion of dollars. The models are the key to debunking this nonsense, and your website as the ability to reach the people that are needed to pull this off.

    Here is a more detailed explanation of the project.
    Climate “Science” on Trial; The Criminal Case Against the Alarmists

  12. Pamela Gray says:

    I have enjoyed the deep snow here in my little remote corner of NE Oregon (the nearest Walmart is 80 miles away and Safeway is 56 miles away). There is still a 10 ft snow drift out my back door with an ice raft coming off the roof too thick to knock down. It is now my ice awning. The school district here took only one snow day off during the weeks of near continuous snow, the first one they have taken in years and years. We spent nearly all of January below 0 and more than a few days at minus 20. That said, pushing now into my 6th decade, tropical sounds quite good and it would certainly help my hands. But only for a few days or maybe a week. This rough and tumble pioneer town is quite the good life. So maybe when I retire I will take my loved ones to a tropical location for a few days. Until we miss the pioneer towns and high mountains we grew up in here in our frozen corner of NE Oregon.

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