By Paul Homewood
Joe Bastardi develops the his ideas on how oceans affect global temperatures, in a guest post at Climate Change Dispatch:
Given it’s the number one greenhouse gas (GHG), one would naturally think water vapor (WV) is the big powerhouse in global weather and climate.
It’s why I am a lone voice in the wilderness who supports Dr. John Cahir’s idea from year’s ago that the real metric to measure global warming is saturation mixing ratios.
Unfortunately, such an idea is about as popular as an outbreak of influenza with so many scientists pushing CO2-driven warming.
Why? Well, what is the number one source of thermal energy on the planet, with 99.9%? The oceans. What is the prime source of water vapor (and arguably CO2)? The oceans.
The recent Super El Nino sent an immense amount of water vapor into the pattern. I have already opined that this…
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