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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    Look it up yourself, you cretin.
    Its 33,000 to 1, the air would have to heat by 33,000 degrees to heat the ocean 1 degree
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    That's why we need to use more alternative fuel sources, not less.
    Palm oil is the alternative source of fuel, and it takes as mush fossil fuel to get it to end user as if you never used it at all
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    I am on my tea break, Messyman can stay on the computer all day. I suspect he would not work on batteries
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    Quote Originally Posted by valamhic View Post
    I am on my tea break, Messyman can stay on the computer all day. I suspect he would not work on batteries
    I'm solar powered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valamhic View Post
    Its 33,000 to 1, the air would have to heat by 33,000 degrees to heat the ocean 1 degree
    The oceans don't heat up simply through convection from the atmosphere to the ocean, you cretin. The sun's rays also penetrate the ocean's surface. Most of the extra heat arising from global warming is being absorbed by the ocean.

    Please read:
    https://www.skepticalscience.com/How...The-Ocean.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    The oceans don't heat up simply through convection from the atmosphere to the ocean, you cretin. The sun's rays also penetrate the ocean's surface. Most of the extra heat arising from global warming is being absorbed by the ocean.

    Please read:
    https://www.skepticalscience.com/How...The-Ocean.html
    Doesn't the heat flow also go the other way? During an El Nino phase of ENSO the ocean gives back some of its heat to the atmosphere, prompting a global surface temperature rise.

    But valhamic repealed the laws of physics on behalf of denial long ago.
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    Oh dear, another climate change poster boy bites the dust!



    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/04/...s-now-cooling/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeal View Post
    Oh dear, another climate change poster boy bites the dust!



    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/04/...s-now-cooling/
    Too late Breeal, it's been debunked already. Last few pages of this thread. You'll have to up your game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    Too late Breeal, it's been debunked already. Last few pages of this thread. You'll have to up your game.
    Why because it's only talking about the Antarctic pinninsula?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeal View Post
    Why because it's only talking about the Antarctic pinninsula?
    Its only talking about 1 percent of Antartica and it is within the range of natural variability.
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