More news you'll never read in the major media about climate change

As I pen this article, I'm packing for vacation-- an extended cruise through the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, in the very peak of this year's hurricane season. Am I worried? Not in the least. Storm activity is well below normal, with the season half over and not one single hurricane yet formed.   How is this possible, with our SUV emissions supposedly worsening storm activity year after year? The answer is more news the media will never tell you.

Being published in next month's Geophysical Research Letters is an article entitled Recent Cooling of the Upper Ocean. Its conclusions are astonishing-- that, from 2003 to 2005, the world's oceans cooled dramatically-- enough to erase over 20% of all warming experienced in the last half-century. How is such rapid cooling possible, despite steadily-increasing levels of carbon dioxide? Even more shocking is that no one knows, not even the authors themselves.   How can global climate models be so wrong?

Some climate researchers have a possible answer, though it flies in the face of the sacred cow of environmental alarmists-- the belief that CO2 levels are rising due to human activity. Their suggestion is that the worlds oceans-- which hold many dozens as much CO2 as the atmosphere-- may be driving atmospheric CO2, and not vice versa. That when the ocean warms, it releases CO2, and that if it continues to cool, it will absorb more and (gasp!) eventually reverse the trend.

This should be welcome news, since it means we don't have to revert to a stone age culture to stop global warming...but you'll never read about this in Time Magazine. Not unless they can scare us into believing humans are causing another ice age.

Wait, they already did that once.

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