Originally Posted by Tim the plumber View Post
Perhaps this is the basic difference between skeptics and the believers of AGW.
The skeptics, if they have a think about it, will consider the force of wind on the ocean and multiply the number by the distance from Bermuda to Ireland and get a huge number.
Those destined to believe in AGW will look at a pretty map with lots of colors and say that that must be right whilst never considering the power of a temperature gradient of 30 degrees c over 4000 miles.
Which do you think is capable of shifting the vast amounts of water moved by these ocean currents?