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ABSORCION CALOR OCEANO BOMBA ATOMICA HIROSHIMA

Durante las últimas décadas, los océanos han estado absorbiendo el exceso de calor recibido por el sol a una tasa equivalente a cuatro bombas atómicas de Hiroshima cada segundo.

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Dana Nuccitellia, Robert Wayb, Rob Paintingc, John Churchd, John Cooke. "Comment on “Ocean heat content and Earthʼs radiation imbalance. II. Relation to climate shifts”". Physics Letters A. Volumen 376, Núm. 45, 1 de octubre de 2012, Págs. 3466–3468 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0375960112010389 The slope of the global heat accumulation graph tells us how rapidly the Earth's climate is building up heat. Over the past decade, the rate is 8 x 1021 Joules per year, or 2.5 x 1014 Joules per second. The yield of the Hiroshima atomic bomb was 6.3 x 1013 Joules, hence the rate of global heat accumulation is equivalent to about 4 Hiroshima bomb detonations per second. That's nearly 2 billion atomic bomb detonations worth of heat accumulating in the Earth's climate system since 1998, when we're told global warming supposedly 'paused'.