...and that's how ridiculous the global warming alarmists have become. I'm lifting this straight from J.F. Beck's place:
Since the late 1960s, much of the North Atlantic Ocean has become less salty, in part due to increases in fresh water runoff induced by global warming, scientists say. Now for the first time researchers have quantified this fresh water influx, allowing them to predict the long-term effects on a "conveyor belt" of ocean currents. Climate changes in the Northern Hemisphere have melted glaciers and brought more rain, dumping more fresh water into the oceans, according to the analysis...
The surface waters of the North Atlantic are getting saltier, suggests a new study of records spanning over 50 years. And this might actually be good news for the effects of climate change on global ocean currents in the short-term, say the study's researchers. The seawater is probably becoming saltier due to global warming, Boyer says.
And should I point out these discrepancies, I am called out for Heresy, mocked by Newsweek, shunned by polite society, and eventually hung from the neck until I am dead, dead, dead.
I feel like a modern-day Galileo !
More, from a few months back - John Tierney of the New York Times is shocked to discover that Greenland isn't melting into the sea ! He quotes the authors of the report, whom caution:
"Special care must be taken in how these and other mass-loss estimates are evaluated, particularly when extrapolating into the future because short-term spikes could yield erroneous long-term trends.”
Independant university climate researchers and New York Times writers be damned; the folks in the comment section agree: String them up!
Ah, the right-wing guy finds a way to twist science to fit his ideological agenda. Keep up the good work, John, and we’ll all be riding gondolas down 5th Avenue.
A heretic in their own ranks - how dare he quote scientists, and urge "caution"...he's undermining faith in the One True Religion! Off with his right wing head!