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  1. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    18 Sep '13 10:51
    http://phys.org/news/2013-07-british-scientists-explanations-global.html#nRlv

    Temperatures are going up in deeper parts of the ocean and that is keeping down the global atmospheric temperature, which will save us for a while but it will start killing ocean life used to lower temperatures.

    I guess the anti warming due to humans crowd will just go, see it's not so bad, just like we told you. Business as usual.

    Well it is going to come back and bite us in the ass in a few decades. No doubt about that.
  2. Standard member RJHinds
    The Near Genius
    18 Sep '13 17:57
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://phys.org/news/2013-07-british-scientists-explanations-global.html#nRlv

    Temperatures are going up in deeper parts of the ocean and that is keeping down the global atmospheric temperature, which will save us for a while but it will start killing ocean life used to lower temperatures.

    I guess the anti warming due to humans crowd will just go, see ...[text shortened]...

    Well it is going to come back and bite us in the ass in a few decades. No doubt about that.
    Yes sir, just like we been saying, "It's not unusual."

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjEE_1U0-8s

    The Instructor
  3. 24 Sep '13 03:05
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://phys.org/news/2013-07-british-scientists-explanations-global.html#nRlv

    Temperatures are going up in deeper parts of the ocean and that is keeping down the global atmospheric temperature, which will save us for a while but it will start killing ocean life used to lower temperatures.

    I guess the anti warming due to humans crowd will just go, see ...[text shortened]...

    Well it is going to come back and bite us in the ass in a few decades. No doubt about that.
    I wonder if their models included an increase evaporation and precipitation which would act as a co2 scrubber for the atmosphere. Not to mention an increase in snowfall in the high altitude and extreme latitudes. When winter snowfall is greater than summer melt off the earth will reflect more energy away. The real bad thing about this scenario is that there could be more rainfall for crops. I am in no way more of an expert in theorizing about this stuff than the British scientists, but I like fish and chips as well as the best of em
  4. 26 Sep '13 17:19
    I wonder why the oceans waited so long? You'd think they would have been doing that all along. Guess the lack of global warming has nothing to do with weather.
  5. 26 Sep '13 21:29
    Originally posted by Eladar
    I wonder why the oceans waited so long? You'd think they would have been doing that all along. Guess the lack of global warming has nothing to do with weather.
    Global warming should be called doomsday fleecing.
  6. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    26 Sep '13 21:32
    Originally posted by joe beyser
    Global warming should be called doomsday fleecing.
    So you think, what, the Arctic ice will be coming back? What do you think the maximum rise in temperature will be in 200 hundred years? Do you figure we will fix the problem, or do you think there IS no problem? I think it is a problem, you can SEE the glaciers disappearing in the Alps for instance. Doesn't that bother you?