If you missed it, the interview is now up on YouTube.
Lake Vostok, the largest in a web of nearly 400 known subglacial lakes in Antarctica, “is warmed underneath by geothermal energy.”
Sea temperatures around El Hierro much higher than normal – CO2 emissions SEVEN TIMES greater than normal.
“More evidence that undersea volcanoes and deep sea vents are heating the oceans,”
“Never mind the fact that the Antarctic ice cap is more extensive than at any time since satellite records began.”
“What will happen to the kids when they realize that, instead of warming, is cooling and that cooling is far worse for humanity?”
Sea water temperatures in the area have shot upward by 20 degrees F (11C).
Appears to have erupted near continuously since it was first observed in 2008. (Gee. I wonder what is heating our seas?)
Video of underwater eruption as seen from the air.
25 Aug 11 – “Sea Levels Dropped in 2010.” That’s what the headline should have read. Instead, NASA tried to hide this startling information under the nondescript headline “NASA Satellites Detect Pothole On Road to Higher Seas.”