Wishing everybody Mele Kalikimaka!
This wonderful mild Christmas in some areas is in large part a gift from this year’s “El Nino” – so enjoy it!
PS: I’d like to say a big THANK YOU to all readers, alarmist or skeptic, for making 2015 another successful year at NTZ!
15 responses to “Mele Kalikimaka”
Merry Christmas to you and all your posters and readers.
Please keep up the good work in 2016.
And a merry Xmas and an happy new year to Pierre and NTZ from Scotland for all your hard work and an excellent blog.
PS – Here’s a link to Paul Homewood’s site and his most recent post “2035 – The year in Review” – Pure comedy gold – made me chuckle! (H/T MarkStoval at WUWT)
Oops- forgot the link:
(Honestly – I don’t drink:)
You don’t know what you’re missing. 🙂
I’ll drink to that!
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
This is one of the sites I visit every day. Thanks for all you do.
Thanks for the hard work you do. I check almost every day and appreciate both your input and that of many on those who contribute here. I particularly like the fact that people can disagree here and even say some stupid things, but still come back and engage. It is so good to be open to discussion, and that in itself set this blog apart from most of the others.
If the going gets tough again in the new year, I hope you will keep finding new inspiration, not only with exposing the corrupt and fraudulent in climate science, and other issues such as diet, but that you will continue to find it in the value of every man, woman and child, on this planet.
ALl the best for CHristmas and the New Year.
Mike, Thanks for The kind words.
This is the first time I hear the blackbirds singing during Christmas. Perhaps they have made already nests. Merry Christmas to all.
A few minutes late, but Merry Christmas, and thanks for all the hard work.
You make my day every day. Merry Christmas and a lot of Happy New Years to go till 2035.
Hi Pierre, Merry Cristmas to you too, and many thanks for the fine work you do here at NTZ. The topics you put up are well picked and written, and create a good bit of discussion. And as Mike says above, it’s OK to make dumb comments sometimes. Thanks for letting us learn along the way. May 2016 see further progress along the lines of good science, and sensible economic and human choices for our combined well-being.
With best wishes to you and yours, Robin.
PS: I’m looking forward to doing the half way graph for ‘The Bet’.
Thanks! With the climate bet, I suspect that 2015 and 2016 will put the warmists in the lead, but only temporarily. 2017 and 2018 will be more La Nina dominated and will likely bring some cooling. Interesting will be what happens in 2019, 2020, which will be the last 2 years of the bet. This decade seems to have similarities with the 1950s.
Thank YOU, Pierre! Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year to us all!
Thanks, Bob, wishing you the same as well!