Land Temperature vs Sea Temperature in Global Warming
The land temperature of the earth has not been increasing at such a fast rate in these years as it had been till 2005 or so.
But the temperature of the deep sea is increasing steadily.
More than 90% of global warming goes into warming the oceans, while less than 3% goes into increasing the atmospheric and surface air temperature. Records show that the Earth has been warming at a steady rate before and since 1998 and there is no sign of it slowing any time soon (Figure 1).
And the amount of CO2 in the air is also steadily increasing:
Energy the mankind has used for maintaining its civilization is eventually discharged to the air with CO2. So, day after day and night after night, the source of global warming, the used energy with CO2, is being discharged to the air. Human civilization is the source of the global warming.
And, now mysteriously, the temperature on the lands on the earth is not increasing as much as the temperature in deep oceans. Most of CO2 is dissolved into the sea, while the capacity of the lands to absorb CO2 might be reaching their limit. If the capacity of the seas for absorbing CO2 should come to their limit, what would happen? The temperature of the air might be drastically increasing.
However, another ice age can come to cancel out the effect of global warming. But it must be in very unstable conditions. The future of the mankind will be surely under threat.
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