New publication demonstrates that scientists have routinely exaggerated the “evil twin of climate change” aka ocean acidification

Corals evolved during the Cambrian era when atmospheric CO2 levels were around 4,000 percent higher than today’s CO2 starved environment – 6,000 ppm then c/w 400 ppm today.

The very fact “ocean acidification” is referred, as opposed to the correct scientific term “less alkaline” is a big enough hint to indicate that the human CO2 induced “ocean acidification” threat has been a fear-mongering beat up from the very beginning, trotted out by the climate crisis industry to drive their alarmist agenda.

Watts Up With That?

ocean-acidification-alarm This illustration itself is an exaggeration. From the movie “Acid Ocean” by 360 Degree films, an activist film company in Australia

A new paper published in the ICES Journal of Marine Science puts the issue of “ocean acidification” to the test, and finds that there has been significant exaggeration in the issue. The paper is:

Applying organized scepticism to ocean acidification research

“Ocean acidification” (OA), a change in seawater chemistry driven by increased uptake of atmospheric CO2 by the oceans, has probably been the most-studied single topic in marine science in recent times. The majority of the literature on OA report negative effects of CO2 on organisms and conclude that OA will be detrimental to marine ecosystems. As is true across all of science, studies that report no effect of OA are typically more difficult to publish. Further, the mechanisms underlying the biological and ecological effects of OA have…

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2 Comments on “New publication demonstrates that scientists have routinely exaggerated the “evil twin of climate change” aka ocean acidification”

  1. chaamjamal says:

    the CO2 contents of atmos and oceans go up and down in concert of course because of n equilibrium vapor pressure relationship but there is no evidence that either of these changes is related to fossil fuel emissions

    http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2669930

    http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2642639

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  2. […] Originally posted on Watts Up With That?: This illustration itself is an exaggeration.  […]

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