Warmed oceans a sure sign of climate change - 7 Jun 2010  
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A May 2010 report by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) indicates that the world’s oceans have warmed steadily and significantly between 1993 and 2008.
The rate of warming was found to be slightly faster than previous estimates in the 4th Assessment Report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Moreover, as the warm seawater expands, sea levels have also been rising. Team leader Dr. John Lyman collaborated with researchers from the US National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), the Met Office Hadley Center in the United Kingdom, the University of Hamburg in Germany, and the Meteorological Research Institute in Japan, to conduct nine separate evaluations of the upper 700 meters of the ocean.

The new findings on ocean warming presented strong confirmation of planetary climate change, especially with temperature data from water being more stable than land.

Peter Challenor of the UK’s National Oceanography Center affirmed the findings of the comprehensive data analysis as he stated, “This study … shows the warming is real.”

Dr. Lyman and fellow international scientists, we appreciate your detailed work in this confirming study of global warming. May we all act now while we can to protect the Earth and halt climate change. Based on this and other similar information, Supreme Master Ching Hai has long been urging for the most efficient planet-cooling solution, as during an interview published in the July 12, 2009 edition of the Irish Sunday Independent.

Supreme Master Ching Hai: A group of scientists from the International Alliance of Research Universities just published new findings saying that the rate of sea level rise and oceanic warming are both substantially higher than what the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC, estimated just a couple of years ago.

You see, This report now forecasts ocean level to rise one meter by the end of the century, a nearly 70% increase over what the IPCC previously projected.

Of course, they estimate a little bit conservatively, you know? Yes. worrying maybe to alarm the public or just to be cautious.

It is better we concentrate on the solution to save the Earth. We can still do it. We can still do it. If everyone becomes part of the solution, which is the organic life-saving vegan diet, it's so simple really, it's so simple.
It's no sacrifice, it's even better for health, better for everything! It's so easy. Organic vegan diet, that's all we need to do, for the time being.  And any other green technology, we can slowly develop.