The real cause of variations in oceanic Ph ("acidity")
Warmists talk as if there is one level of Ph for all the globe and that global warming is moving it towards an acidic balance. None of that is true. Ph varies greatly from place to place in the oceans and the idea of getting a precise global average for it is a dream.
This video shows one of the main NATURAL causes of Ph variation in different areas of the ocean: Undersea volcanoes. The video is of a volcano in the Pacific around 4,000 feet down. The water temperature rose to 2,200 degrees F. and the eruption turned the water more acidic than battery acid. And this is just one volcano. There are lots of them under the Arctic ocean and elsewhere
Posted by John J. Ray (M.A.; Ph.D.).