I already showed how totally wrong this guy is on ocean pH and ocean acidification, but like any pseudoscientist, he just keeps nattering on and on and on, continually wrong but unable to grasp that he could be wrong.
Final note: even in the comments he gets schooled, but he doesn't get it. Ferdinand Engelbeen punches some serious holes based on sampling, which I only pointed out didn't get the whole picture if it was only in the top 200 meters. Ferdinand notes that there is no geographical consistency in where the pH measurements were taken. That's bad too. (Note: Peter Foster's comments are drastically erroneous, too, as a replier tries to tell him, but he follows the pseudoscientific tradition of Not Getting It, either.)