Global Warming likely to intensify El Nino say climate scientists
El Nino is likely to become more intense with climate change, and produce drier conditions for Australia and the Western Pacific, with increases in rainfall in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific in the mid to late twenty first century, according to new research.
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#1 Oct 17, 2013
I am glad to see temperatures are mitigating. It has caused scientists to look at something other than CO2 to understand climate change.
Unfortunately, it hasn't mitigated the scientists reliance on computer models. The computer models do not have a good track record. So the science in the article is good, the predictions, not so much.
#2 Oct 17, 2013
Why are you glad? Temperatures are not mitigating at all .. alas in defiance to you.
Your alleged cause demonstrates once again lack of knowledge. Here watch this to learn about the scientists' work after years of lying about them in topix:
Oh your comments on computational models, you call them computer models erroneously, are also ignorant. You don't understand how science progresses.
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