Modern scientists know that changes to the temperatures of surface waters are responsible for the large hurricanes that occur all over the world. And it is also known that warmer water from the “deeper ocean” is largely responsible for the rise in surface water temperature. But meteorologists have yet to identify the source of the heated ocean water and have simply been unable to see the link between crustal heated seawater and surface water. In Chapter 9 of the Universal Model we learn that the sun is actually one of two heat sources for earth. The second is called a hyquatherm. This is created by earthquake-friction activity on the ocean floor that causes plumes of hot water to rise to the surface. Hyquatherms produce global weather patterns that are cyclical in nature.