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Bob Tisdale – Part 2

January 18, 2021

By Paul Homewood


Part 2 of Bob Tisdale’s video on ocean warming.

It is of particular relevance from 8 minutes in, where Bob discusses why most historical ocean heat data is utterly worthless, and how even the ARGO data has been tampered with:


  1. January 18, 2021 3:04 pm

    Wow, Paul, two posts at NotALotOfPeopleKnowThat about my YouTube videos.

    Thank you vey much.


    • glen ferrier permalink
      January 18, 2021 9:21 pm

      Bob: Are you concerned about the possibility that You Tube could de-platform you?


  2. January 18, 2021 3:24 pm

    Each of the black dots…one temperature measurement over a 90 day period>

    If *overextrapolating* isn’t a word, it should be.

    • January 23, 2021 2:59 am

      By itself, extrapolating from known data is little different from guesstimating. It requires verification of some nature to seem worthwhile. Overextrapolating suggests extrapolation is a reliable principle. It is not.

  3. Broadlands permalink
    January 18, 2021 6:25 pm

    Once again, using the monthly full three-part ENSO (El-Nino-neutral-La Nina) from the HadlSST 1.1 data set there is no correlation between monthly Mauna Loa CO2 and NINO 3.4. In other words AGW is not involved…if CO2 is the control knob.

    The NOAA three-month ONI dataset has been seasonally adjusted, but only after the year 2000. Their response to my query?

    NOAA: “Because there are trends in the SST datasets, we recompute the climatology every 5 years. The older climatologies remain fixed, and it only impacts the most
    recent data. We will re-compute the climatology in 2021 (after receiving the 2020 data) so the numbers will change again then. This process is detailed here
    and linked to the ONI webpage:

  4. January 19, 2021 9:20 am

    Very interesting post.
    Thank you very much.

    My 2 cents on ocean heat content.

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