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Current La Niña Could be Strongest Ever Recorded

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posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 10:42 PM
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Current La Nina could be strongest ever
I'm not that familiar with La Nina's, but could this current La Nina be one of the reasons for the mass die off of birds and fish? We all know about the mass die off of birds and fish in California (Dead birds in California), but could it really be the culprit? Well certain people want this information muted for reason unknown (La Nina effects on California have been muted). Could the La Nina also be the reason we are experiencing weird weather in the US and around the world? Experts are saying it's effects are global reaching, "Patzert said this powerful La Niña's effects can be felt around the world, and researchers say it is partially responsible for the floods now devastating Australia." So could this La Nina be the #1 culprit or am I just reading too much into this?
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posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 11:18 PM
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La nina is just an excuse for the forecasters
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posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 11:24 PM
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the only thing we know for sure, is that the magnetic poles are shifting. This has been proven to take place twice in history and we are in for another shift. It seems logical that the global die-offs, strange seismic activity, weather, etc, are in the same progressive boat as the accelerating shift. I'm not saying this is the sole reason, but scientifically, it's the only ongoing event at a global level that we can actually measure and correlate to present and future events.



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