Another Study Shows Rising Ocean Temps Based On Bad Science

A radical new scientific study is putting the warming ocean theory to shame and is confirming the bad science involved basically every model predicting a warming globe.

The study uses new techniques to measure levels of gas trapped in glaciers over the course of millennia.

The presence of those gases is a more accurate predictor of the rise in global temperatures.

According to the study’s author, global temperatures have increased only .1 degree Celcius in the last 50 years.

It throws more cold water on the United Nations’ predictive model projecting a significant rise in sea level due to warming.

For Al Gore and company, this new study is indeed the most inconvenient truth.

Here’s more from Daily Caller…

Ocean temperatures have risen only 0.1 degree Celsius over the last five decades, according to a landmark study some scientists argue could change the way researchers measure the ocean’s temperature levels.

Each layer of water in the ocean has vastly different temperatures, so determining the average temperature is nearly impossible without glossing over important data. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego decided on a different model – they measured the ratio of noble gases in the atmosphere, which are in direct relation to the ocean’s temperature.

Geoscientist Jeff Severinghaus, an academic at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, measured values of the noble gases argon, krypton, and xenon in air bubbles captured inside ice cores in Antarctica. Krypton and xenon are released into the atmosphere in known quantities as the ocean warms, according to the study, which was published Thursday in Nature Journal

“This method is a radically new way to measure change in total ocean heat,” Severinghaus said in a post on the Scripps website, which has since been removed. “It takes advantage of the fact that the atmosphere is well-mixed, so a single measurement anywhere in the world can give you the answer.”

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