Sneaky Heat

Global warming heat used to go directly to Alaska and the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula.

Now it avoids those places and sneaks to the bottom of the ocean, undetected.

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10 Responses to Sneaky Heat

  1. Stephen Richards says:

    When I studied physics I never imagined that they would invent intelligent energy. Energy that decide where it wants to reside and pass by other energy absorbing products to get to its’ home.

    Fascinating!

  2. gator69 says:

    So I guess in hindsight it was a mistake for the GHCN not to include Atlantis.

    • Marian says:

      LOL.

      And don’t forget the fabled Pacific Ocean lost continent of Mu. They’re still spewing out AGW/CC heat from their factories under the sea. 🙂

  3. Andy Oz says:

    This is why the government and the NSA needs PRISM! Terrorists have been accumulating heat at the bottom of the oceans and intend to unleash it on an unsuspecting public!

  4. Ben says:

    Marianas Trench : Canary in the Coal Mine

    Children just aren’t going to know what a canary in a coal mine is…

  5. Andy DC says:

    The AGW fairy tale is based on 18 years of warming between 1980 and 1998. Aside from that one period, there has been no warming since the early 20th Century, before CO2 was an important factor.

  6. Russell Biltmore says:

    So German scientists are heading to Antarctica to determine why it’s not doing its part to support AGW? Since most warmists are misanthropes these “climate scientists” are really there to discover which group of humans are slackers in their effort to destroy the climate. Never fear they’ll find the clues to blame some if not all of us evil humans.

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