See the following paper:
Please look at Box 12 in this paper. What it shows is that over the
past 40 years, just in comparing the first 20 to the second 20, that
the oceans have warmed. How can I tell just based on the pattern?
Simple if you know your gyres and EMFs and places of bio activity.
West to east currents induct or hold poor impedance values for low
freq large scale EMFs that enhance cirrus clouds. In this case, the
main gyres to consider are the eastern aspect of the N. Pacific gyre
and the Southern Ocean gyre or otherwise known as the circumpolar.
Warmer oceans mean that these places will be more conductive in
general. Therefore, the induction AGAINST cirrus (an aspect of
impedance) will be greater--and hence the surface cools where this
occurs over repeated events. In other places the oceans warm.
The greater biosphere by the CO2 necessarily increases overall
conductivity of the oceans and that causes warming.
This author doesn't know what he is talking about because his
analysis is devoid of EMF/biology/cirrus cloud forcing analysis. He
is a typical chaos/thermal idiot probably with RWN ties.
More interestingly, the trend of SSTs leads to conditions of neo
glacial! How? If that cold patch from the induction against cirrus
aspect grows, the Southern Oceans get colder and the N. Pac near the
NW Canada coast exists could get cold temps that sustain glacial
growth. That is how the last interglacial commenced--where glacial
growth occurred. Note that hot spot by Korea--with colder oceans--
that is consistant with the fact that Siberia, of all places--was not
glaciated during the Wisconsonian. This is an electrical dynamic!!!!