You're as predictable as the sunrise and ocean temps rising. The whole basis of any argument you put up its always about the 1% percentile and ignoring the 99%. It's like emptying an hour glass where physics says most of the sand will end up on the ground but your lot argue about the grains of sand that get blown away. It's laughable to say the least. You might want to look at look at David Suzuki's explanation on how you evolved.<quoted text>
Well as you said earlier, "There is no guarantee that these papers are right."
And as Kevin Trenberth said:
There are at least 10 estimates of upper ocean heat content, Trenberth said.They are all over the place, in spite of the fact that we have the best ocean observing system, with Argo floats, that weve ever had.
So I think it's pretty safe to say no one actually has a clue as to actual heat content, where the heat is, if it's missing or not.