“Researchers found that the increasing winds are cooling water on the bottom of the ocean, forcing it to travel faster, creating turbulance as it mixed with warmer waters above. Experts said the mechanism has not been factored into current models for predicting the impact of increasing global temperatures on our oceans, meaning forecasts should be altered.” telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/06/1


@asherwolf Having a bit of behind the scenes knowledge, climate models are interesting in that they're very complex, but they still don't capture the complexity of reality.

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