In the age of the anthropocene, nature has found a way to rescue itself. Latest climate science research reveals that off the east coast of Greenland, salty water sinking into the deep may carry atmospheric heat with it—helping to slow global warming! This new discovery could potentially mean that we may have another 10 - 15 years to clean up are act before global warm resumes with its previous intensity.
Although this may seem to stall the leftist narrative, the article also states that it is just a matter of time before this heat is reflected in atmospheric temperatures. Personally, I think the earth can heal itself only to a certain extent and the case for global warming being an urgency cause of concern still remains strong. Lets consider this a pause in the problem - not a solution.
Temperatures at Earth's surface aren't rising as fast as they did in the 1990s, even though the amount of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere continues to increase steadily. This apparent hiatus in global warming has been fodder for skeptics—but among climate scientists, it has sparked a search for the "sink" that is storing all the missing atmospheric heat. Locating that sink matters, because it could tell researchers how long our current hiatus might last, says Ka-Kit Tung, an atmospheric scientist and applied mathematician at the University of Washington in Seattle. In this week's issue of Science, Tung and Xianyao Chen at Ocean University of China in Qingdao suggest that much of the missing heat has gone into the deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean. This is in contrast to a previous study that argued the heat went into the Pacific Ocean.