El Niño

The Big Freeze Of 2017 And 2018

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The el-Niño of 2015 had all the characteristics of being just as powerful as the el-Niño of 1997 and 1998. There is however a few small differences. The el-Niño of 1998 occurred 2 years before solar max, in other words there was still high solar climate forcing in 1998, 2000 and 2001.

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Is El Nino Shielding Us From Climate Change?

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The first signs are so subtle they’re barely perceptible, like the start of a Hollywood disaster movie. Fishermen off the coast of Peru notice the tides are a little higher than normal, a local beachcomber finds the Pacific waves lapping at her feet distinctly warmer than usual and farmers grow concerned about encroaching storms. Soon people across the world realise something is wrong with the climate. Weather records for everything from floods to droughts start toppling, and destruction and fatalities mount.

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Godzilla El Niño Is Coming. IMS is Ready. Are You?

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If you thought the winter of 2015 to 2016 was warm and dry, think again. Scientists are predicting this coming season to bring the strongest El Nino since 1997.

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The Climate Engineers Can No Longer Suppress El Niño

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From every conceivable direction the climate engineers continue to wreak total havoc on the planet and its life support systems. Their attempt to "own the weather" has now put virtually all life on Earth in the balance. The periodic "El Niño" phenomenon is the planet's process of releasing excess heat from the oceans.

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How Cloud-Seeding Boosted California's Latest El Niño Storms

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Don’t be too quick to thank El Niño for the last wave of storms that blessed the West Coast with swamped reservoirs, replenished snowpack, and spectacular flaming palm trees. Turns out that El Niño had a little help—precipitation was increased by an estimated 15 percent thanks to cloud-seeding.

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