Ocean temperatures may show human global warming contribution

According to reports from everywhere, Tim Barnett of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCSD has presented a new paper at the annual AAAS (American Academy for the Advancement of Science) conference showing new and supposedly conclusive evidence of the human component of global warming. Details are scant at this point (the study itself isn't yet released), but the basics are that they found a higher (95%) correlation between the models of human global warming and the models of other forms of global warming (such as volcanic) when comparing the models to the reality of warming in the oceans (at least in the top 500 to 750 feet of the water column).