This post by RobertScribbler is great for a laugh. He expresses no comprehension of the topics at hand.
We’ve already shown how data contradict a few of his assumptions in the post here:
As prominent ocean researcher and climate scientist Dr. Kevin Trenberth presciently noted during recent years — an observed spike in ocean heat content over the past decade may well be coming back to haunt us.
Earlier this year the most intense sub-sea Kelvin Wave on record raged across the Pacific Ocean. Driven eastward by a series of strong westerly wind bursts, it traveled just below the surface, running out to collide with South America. By April, it had arrived in the traditional El Nino spawning grounds of the Eastern Equatorial Pacific where it retained an extreme intensity. There it sprawled, snuffing off the cold deep water upwelling that over the past few years has kept surface water temperatures in this critical region slightly cooler than average.
And so, from late March through mid-May, the Eastern Pacific warmed.
A surface warm pool sprang off the back of this beast, growing…
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