The Oceans Are Boiling

Hansen warned us this was going to happen. Look at all that red.

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sst_anom.gif

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14 Responses to The Oceans Are Boiling

  1. MikeTheDenier says:

    The “hot spot” near NE Canada and Greenland is going to cause the Greenland ice sheet to slide into the ocean.

    • glacierman says:

      If I had a nickle for everytime I hea………

    • Scottie says:

      Much more important is the fact that that warm spot should have been over the UK.

      As it’s shifted north we’ve just had the coldest December ever recorded.

      Which was at the end of the joint warmest (with 1998) year for a century.

      Shall we pretend none of this is happening, ‘cos all the things that are being suggested to stop it are really hard, might cost me money and it’s unlikely I’ll see much effect in my lifetime.

      So I get no benefit, why should I bother?

      • suyts says:

        lol, So ok, if the hot spot was over England, (why do you think it “should” have been over England?) would that mean you should ignore what is happening?

        Scottie, check the rest of the globe. It’s been like this for the last 2 months.

        Unlikely to see much affect in your lifetime? How about unlikely to see much affect ever? And, it isn’t my money I’m worried about. Its my children’s and grandchildren. I’m not hocking their future for some Malthusian totalitarian socialists dark fantasy.

    • NoMoreGore says:

      Why can’t just New York and San Francisco slide into the ocean? The San Andreas is a traitor.

  2. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Funny, looks like nothing out of the ordinary is happening.

  3. Sandy Rham says:

    That K-O extension thingy is building east of Japan.

  4. Ray says:

    Why are they using the same colors for both high and low temperatures?

  5. Baa Humbug says:

    Actually this is not good. Ts lag SSTs by about 4.5 – 6 months. The southern oceans should have started to warm by now. We should have finished La Nina and be heading into neutral or El Nino.

    Steve could you please find the same chart from about a month ago and post it as well. We should see much more yellow and orange in the southern ocean.

    • GregO says:

      I’m with you mate, it’s tons of fun making fun of the warmistas as it gets cooler but that sea temperature is looking scary. It could get really cold. Not good. I’m just fine with it being a bit warm.

    • Airframe Engineer says:

      No fun, but I’m willing to tough out the Dalton if it will slay the Green Dragon. Somewhat akin to chemotherapy.

  6. Layne Blanchard says:

    My ten cent observation is that what we’re experiencing seems to mirror the AP index.
    Note the correlation with El Nino/La Nina in the last few years, as well as the harsh winters of the past few years.

    And note the divergence from the path of SC24 (which is now struggling upward to its eventual ~50/55 max)

    If this is a taste of things to come it could be an ugly ride thru 2035.

  7. Andy Weiss says:

    But that hot water west of Africa spells trouble for next hurricane season! The National Hurricane Center won’t have any trouble going through the alphabet with irrelevant storms next year either.

  8. Hal says:

    Hey, I finally have conceeded that the Warmists’ projections will be correct.
    All we have to do is hang around for the next 260 years to see their claims validated.

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