Tuesday, September 12, 2017

93% Of Earth's Heat Is Contained In Oceans...So...

Interesting, but not very politically correct:
When we consider that 93% of the Earth’s heat is contained in the oceans, which is symbiotically connected to sea level rise and fall via thermal expansion, we can affirm that both surface temperatures and sea levels can and do rise and fall without any meaningful contribution from the atmospheric CO2 concentration. Therefore, it can be concluded that other internal mechanisms, and not CO2 concentrations, are the driving influence impacting both surface temperatures and sea levels.
Damn interesting, actually, though I don't know enough to identify even obvious errors if they're there.


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