It is time to introduce some actual science into the world of climate science.
I have had the great privilege of spending time with CSU’s Bill Gray recently, and he has been explaining to me what causes the climate fluctuations we witness.
Of course it has nothing to do with CO2, and it is all natural.
Dr. Gray’s theory in a nutshell, is that surface temperatures are controlled by the amount of cold water upwelling from the deep oceans, and that is driven by cyclical changes in ocean surface salinity – which create density gradients that control vertical and horizontal circulation.
It makes very good sense, and there will be a lot of supporting material posted here soon to explain it in detail.