The deep oceans have recently been soaking up much of the excess heat trapped under the ever-thickening blanket of greenhouse gases that humans pump into the atmosphere, according to a recent study.
The finding may help explain why the pace of global warming at the surface has slowed in recent years compared to the 1990s, a phenomenon that has left members of the climate science community scratching their heads.
"The warming at the surface hasn't stopped, but it has been less than most of the climate models have been predicting," David Pierce, a climate researcher with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, explained to NBC News. "So the question is: Where is that extra heat going?"
The real question is do scientists really have any idea that there is anything we can do that will change the Earths propensity to undergo changes that occur because climate is constantly changing and has been changing for as long as the Earth has existed?
Should we be spending trillions trying to change what is inevitable anyway? or trying to prepare for what might happens in the next hundred years at a time.
Are Climate change theorists accurate in their predictions when each year we find out new information that changes the old information. Global Warming to Global Cooling to simple Climate Change which happens regardless of Man's involvement and the bundles of money that our current Administration is wasting on futile efforts to change it? Usually Corporations that support the current Administration with money and rationale for his allocating it.
I am not a scientist, but I tend to distrust those whose predictions keep changing yet gain billions of dollars by petitioning the governments of the world to sustain their own relevance.