posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 12:31 PM
Deep ocean warmth is something another member here directed me toward looking at weeks ago and in that elusive thing we call free time, I've tried to
squeeze in as much as I can for research.
first... It's so disingenuous to connect this with Man's actions it's just obscene. I honestly think we WILL eventually see logic developed at this
point to explain temperature increases on other planets concurrent to Earth. If they can call deep water currents a direct and causative outcome of
Man's behavior in the air above? Well.... Anything can be explained through that Prism at this point. Absolutely anything imaginable.
The Phenomeon of the Ocean water temp rise seems serious enough though and that is where the "global warming" crowd needs THROWN out the window before
we die chasing a pipe dream of man-made intervention to a problem we didn't cause in the first place.
The Earth is seeing deep sea volcanic vents and entire volcanoes coming up into shallow waters where they haven't been before. We're seeing large
numbers of intelligent species like Dolphins and Whales beaching themselves with such fierce determination, it's like they're running from something
in the depths and it's happened several times in the last 18 months alone. I thought Navy Sonar may have been the ticket ...but ocean temps at depth
give me a BIG moment of pause on such assumptions.
If people focus all their energies on a pity and guilty party about how we need a guilt trip long enough to reach the moon and back, then
fine....privately ...while others really NEED to focus on what NATURE may be doing around us and what they may mean for our future.
If changes really ARE coming in natural cycles ....the limits to those cycles, as history shows again and again, range FAR outside human habitability
in wide swaths of the Planet. Whole Continents have become literally unlivable, even with our technology.
I'd give science a big cookie to start examining how we deal with cyclic changes we may have ZERO chance of changing or mitigating. Especially if it's
all starting down where humans can't even GO for more than mere minutes and rarely at that.
edit on 12-7-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no