The Rumors Of La Nina’s Demise Were Exaggerated

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James Hansen, March 31

Based on sub­sur­face ocean tem­pera­tures, the way these have pro­gres­sed the past sever­al months, and com­parisons with de­velop­ment of prior El Niños, we be­lieve that the sys­tem is mov­ing toward a strong El Niño start­ing this summ­er. It’s not a sure bet, but it is pro­b­able.

http://www.truth-out.org/perceptions-climate-change/1301356800

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8 Responses to The Rumors Of La Nina’s Demise Were Exaggerated

  1. Hal says:

    I am sure Hansen will be proven right, just as he has over and over and over again. He will continue to battle the skeptics, although he looks like the Black Knight, who has lost both arms and both legs, but not his tongue.

  2. omnologos says:

    A little adjustment, and the little girl will get boy-fied…

  3. suyts says:

    Yeh, the Joes over at Weatherbell pretty much said the same thing. Something about a “PDO”, whatever that is.

  4. Sandy Rham says:

    Are you sure the AMO has another 10 years or so before it flips?

  5. Edward says:

    Cool!

  6. PJB says:

    Look. With their inability to keep records and find their old files, I would imagine that Hansen is unable to find his old “global cooling” control sulfate aerosols model connivances so he is dirth to go back to his original premises that he held with Stephen Shneider. At some point, even the drones at GISS will stop “adjusting” the temps, both old and new, and Jim will really be out in the cold. 😉

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