Skip to comments.Oceans are at the 'edge' of losing all oxygen: Event could lead to mass sea life extinction
Posted on 05/12/2017 9:37:02 PM PDT by Teotwawki
The world's oceans close to being starved of oxygen - and even that could lead to mass sea life extinction which could last a million years. University of Exeter scientists fear the modern ocean is 'on the edge of anoxia' - when the oceans are depleted of oxygen. [snip]
Lead researcher PhD student Sarah Baker said it was now 'critical' for modern humans to limit carbon emissions to prevent this.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
These “experts” would say ANYTHING to push their dying agenda.
They’re kind of behind the times - the last time I was in the Ocean I found it IMPOSSIBLE to breath without lifting my head out of the water. There already isn’t any Oxygen in the water.
Geees, Where do these people come from!
18 spectacularly wrong predictions made around the time of first Earth Day in 1970, expect more this year
Sarah needs to knock off using the psychedelic drugs on the weekend.
Seeing as Ted Danson told us years ago they’d all be dried up soon, I think we can ignore this as well.
Dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria!
The climate change lie isn’t working to scare many people anymore?
They need to stop seeding the clouds with whatever they use to stop hurricanes. Those storms churn up the water which oxygenates it. Lack of hurricanes might be good for folks on land, and for financial investors along with insurance companies owned by banks, but not good for ocean life.
so sea water has only 3/4 or 1/2 of an oxygen molecule these days?
The ocean!!! :)
IT all makes sense!!!! :)
If oxygen pressure is higher at the surface, it diffuses to lower levels independent of temperature differences.
We need to stop growing food. Now!
....Seeing as Ted Danson told us years ago theyd all be dried up soon...
I thought they were supposed to rise and flood coastal cities. President Zer0 was supposed to stop that on the day he was elected.
Fringe lunatic liberals can’t keep their stories straight.
fish tank filters
The oceans are so deep and so immense that the mass of all the humans who ever lived is dwarfed by its enormity. Each minute, each day, each year—year after year after year—storms, and hurricanes, and waves, and wind are churning the ocean full of oxygen.
A mouse harnessed to a locomotive would be more likely to move it than for humans to influence the oxygen in the ocean.
I know, right? Floods, drought, hot, cold....what’s on the b.s. menu for today.
I admit to flunking high school chemistry, but my understanding is that oxygen is an element, not a molecule.
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