Still Here

I thought I should let regular readers know that I’m still here, still alive, and that posts will be back before very long.


It’s been crazy lately, and I’m involved in two new projects. One is private, the other is a big study I’ve decided to undertake related to climate change. Rather than tease with the topic, I’ll just tease by saying “big study.” I don’t mean to be coy — but until I’ve got substantive results, I’ll play it close to the vest.

So please stay tuned (i.e. check back from time to time), more is coming. Patience isn’t just a virtue, it’s also a comfort.


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20 responses to “Still Here

  1. Excellent! Climate sanity is not only attack from a flailing but dangerous Administration, but from an emboldened and enabled propaganda machine. Look forward to the project results.

  2. Thanks for the update Tamino! Looking forward to your update on the project!

  3. Susan Anderson

    Terrific! Looking forward to more.

  4. To be honest, I was worried! Nice to see no ground under them!

  5. Thanks for the update.

    When you say “big study coming” I have no doubts that a big study is, in fact, coming — unlike the turgid promises of *coughcough* some bloggers.

    [Response: LOL]

    • “some bloggers” would have offered far more of a tease, though.

      And far less results too, of course.

  6. Glad to read this.

  7. climatehawk1

    That’s great, sounds like things are going well for you. Thanks for the update.

  8. Good to know. Best of reason to you.

  9. Amongst the possible reasons for a period of no posts (busy on project, busy on something that pays the bills, etc.) the one we always worry about is health. Glad to hear that this is not the case.

  10. When you need a break, do you have a view on this? The quick response seems rather convincing.

    http://www.preposterousuniverse.com/blog/2017/06/18/a-response-to-on-the-time-lags-of-the-ligo-signals-guest-post/

  11. Great news Tamino! With you and Neven Acropolois taking a step back there was a true “hiatus” of insightful climate data analysis. We need all hands on deck.

  12. Arvella Oliver

    Thanks for keeping us in the loop. We need your dedication and intelligence more than ever.

  13. Good to know. Your regular readers value you and treasure the time you spend on us. Stay healthy, we’ll keep checking back. It is YOUR time. You don’t even have to answer the phone if you don’t feel like it. I’ve heard that was true, but I hardly can believe it :-)

  14. Adrian Burd

    Good to hear, Tamino. Thanks for letting us know!

  15. Great news . Your posts are missed that’s for sure. Sadly there is no “hiatus” of climate BS from the usual supects.

  16. Methane madness

    Amazing to see the first recorded rain over the inner Ross ice shelf. Seems time line for collapse of Antarctica may be shortened.
    Looking forward to my Granny’s hillside farm becoming valuable seaside property, except the ensuing volcanic winter not great for swimming.

  17. I look forward to hearing about the results of your huge study.

  18. Thanks and thanks again.

  19. RSS TLT v. 4.0 is available! (hat tip to HK at SkepticalScience): http://images.remss.com/msu/msu_time_series.html