Here’s another important study showing that El Niño activity correlates with ice ages.
The authors* found that a shift toward cooler conditions during the Little Ice Age was concurrent with an increase in the frequency of El Niño events. This is contrary to what is generally predicted by climate models, where cooling leads to less El Niño activity and warming leads to more.
The findings were harmonious with El Niño history in both South America and the Nile region, which depict “increased El Niño activity during the period of the Little Ice Age and decreased El Niño activity during the Medieval Warm Period.
This goes along with what I’ve been saying for years – that today’s increase in El Niño activity is the precursor to an ice age.
We’ve forgotten that this isn’t the first time our seas have warmed. Sea temperatures also shot upward 10º to 18ºF just prior to the last ice age.
As the oceans warmed, evaporation increased. The excess moisture then fell to the ground as giant blizzards, giant storms and floods (Noah’s Deluge type floods), and a new ice age began.
The same thing is happening today.
It’s not global warming, it’s ocean warming, and humans have nothing to do with it. Our seas are being heated, I believe, by underwater volcanic activity.
* Meyerson, Mayewski, et al. (Annals of Glaciology 35: 430-436.)