posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 07:25 AM
Stanley A. Changnon, 1999: "Impacts of 1997-1998 El Niño-Generated Weather in the United States,"
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 80, no.9: pp. 1819-28. ("The net economic benefit was surprisingly positive...direct losses
nationally were about $4 billion and the benefits were approximately $19 billion")
(The net economic effect of the last El Niño was a gain of $15 billion because of a longer growing season and less use of winter heating. Deducing
$1.5 billion for flooding and excess rain in California still gives a net benefit).
On one side the governments pushes the theory of anthropogenic global warming, so that they can implement the new World currency called the Carbon
Tax, while, on the other side, they actually benefit from those anomalies.
Not unlike the tactics which the Rothschild family bank used in the Napoleoan war.
Just food for thoughts,