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Those ocean currents

  1. Jul 1, 2008 #1
    It may be known that there is evidence of rather strange events in the oceans during interglacial transitions like for instance:




    Unless somebody can explain how atmospheric temperature changes can set the deep ocean into motion, we have to go for other causes, which may probably be also the cause of the enigmatic 100,000 years cycle of ice ages and interglacials

    Well, perhaps this is getting us a bit further:


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