Well you saw that Star Trek Episode with the beast that sucks salt from
humans for food. So salt contains energy and when it's in the ocean it
heats the ocean up.
Wasn't that Episode written by Michael Chrighton?
The salt in the ocean is almost 2 orders of magnitude greater than all
the polar ice and the water in the ocean is 30 times greater than all
It would take a 1 ft rise in sea level to reduce salinity by 0.01%
Is there anything in ionic equilibria where a 0.01% change in one
component can have such a dramatic effect on another component?
It can't be Co2, it is the bananas and coconuts that are falling into the
ocean and causing it to warm.
I know this to be a fact because Hannity told me. Hannity is smarter
than any scientist because he has his own radio show, and tens of millions
of bucks in the bank.
oceans get saltier without me knowing?
Which article are you referring to? In Outburst cases, fresh cold water
(melting polar caps) stays in a layer above salt water. Even when the fresh
water warms it tends to remain on top but eventually is susceptible to
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