posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 04:38 PM
You do realize that they made this same prediction of a huge El Nino last year ... and the year before ... and guess what? We have had one weak,
short-lasting El Nino over that time period. Right now, we are on the cusp of tipping back into La Nina conditions all over again.
What these predictions fail to take into account is that the PDO has flipped over into its cyclical cool period where it will be for a period of years
before flipping back over to warm. The AMO has been flipped to cool for a few years already. This also has something to do with the crashing of the
Pacific Coastal food chains. Cooler surface water prevailing conditions are less conducive to the plants and animals presently dominating, so their
populations are dying back along with all the disease and other things you expect to see in weakened, hungry populations.
And this is to say nothing of what the sun is going through and causing to happen.
Those of you in the Southwest may be seeing the beginning another drought cycle to rival the one that killed off the Anasazi civilization. Ironically,
cooler = drier out there.