Please note this quote from the comments below in the link:
April 13, 2016 at 12:21 pm
l think the key difference between the ice age and the current warm period is the degree of variation in the weather. During the warm period there is such a high degree of variation in the weather that it spreads the heat around the globe. So giving most of the globe at least some warmth. But as we enter a ice age this variation begins to shut down and so leading to more static weather patterns.When the patterns become more static then the weather becomes block. So the same type of weather is turning up more often. This is what put North America and northern europe into the ice house during the ice age.
And btw – Where have all the money gone? Still no answers from the CO2-believers….
By Paul Dorian, Vencore Weather
El Nino strengthened significantly during 2015 and peaked in December as one of the strongest such episodes in the past fifty years. Even though El Nino is a phenomenon characterized by unusually warm water in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, it can have ramifications around the world. In fact, global temperatures spiked during the last half of 2015 as a result of the strong El Nino and were still at very high levels relative-to-normal as recently as last month. In addition, global sea ice appeared to be impacted by El Nino as it took a steep dive during much of 2015 and remained at well below-normal levels going into this year. In the past couple of months, however, El Nino has begun to collapse and will likely flip to a moderate or strong La Nina (colder-than-normal water) by later this year. In rather quick fashion…
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