No argument about the temperatures warming, especially in the oceans. However, I would suggest expediting the development of deep ocean temperature probes capable of withstanding the enormous pressures at the ocean bottom (~7mi). The rapid warming over the last 2 years cannot be explained by CO2/GHGs, which have not undergone a significant increase to correlate with the temperature increase. The increase is more likely due to core magma coming from the ocean bottom which most likely initiated the recent very strong El Nino, and because of the magnitude will take longer to dissipate. This activity is consistent with the seismic/volcanic activity in the Ring of Fire portion of the Pacific Ocean over the past few years. The USClivar report a year ago did indicate some warming of the waters at the lowest measurable level (~1–2mi) and the new temperature probes are needed to further investigate the temperatures coming from the ocean depths.