31 Oct Recent Climatic Factors
The Sun is known to decrease and increase its energy output without notice. – In the past the Sun has decreased its energy as little as .001 per cent for circa three days. Suddenly, without any indication of any weather abnormality, an inexplicable cold front arrived out-of-season. This occurred on April 1, 1983 (yes April Fool’s day) and on April 6, 2012. The temperature at both dates dropped where it snowed in the South of the United States and in northern California there was a hard marble freeze. This is one aspect of Climate Change – Global Warming that has been omitted. Also, of note the magnetic north, that once was located at 79 degrees North, and, West Longitude is now East longitude and en-route to Siberia, Russia. Could this magnetic change be a contribute to Climate Change?
A recent development is that at this writing; El Nino in the Pacific Ocean receded which results with cold weather – In the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf Stream that originates near the equator is of reduced volume. These two ocean factors do alter the World’s weather in the North Western Hemisphere.