“Godzilla” El Nino and expensive electricity

The UN annual meeting to “save the planet” via congregation of tens of thousands of governments and multilaterals climate officials, NGOs and media, flying in from different parts of the planet riding thousands of air flights that run 100% on fossil fuels, the #Paris2015, is just 2-3 weeks away.

Among the scary, alarming, worrying stories being spread around is the so-called “Godzilla” El Nino (EN).

A Godzilla, monster El Nino, really? This year’s El nino is indeed big, but the 1997-98 El Nino and 1982-83 El Nino were also big, could be stronger than this one, but they were not called “Godzilla” EN.

And here are the numbers that correspond to those up-down points in the above chart. I only chose the 3 El Nino periods, 1982-83, 1997-98, and 2015.

Warm (red) and cold (blue) periods based on a threshold of +/- 0.5 C for the Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) [3 month running mean of ERSST.v4 SST anomalies in the Niño 3.4 region (5oN-5oS, 120o-170oW)], based on centered 30-year base periods updated every 5 years.


Source: NOAA-NWS Climate Prediction Center,

Nope, this is not a “Godzilla” EN or “Strongest EN in recorded history.” Above are the chart and numbers of recent recorded history. We are not talking yet about past EN 100 or 1,000 years ago or longer.

As Paris 2015 UN climate alarmism and junkets/meeting come closer, we expect more “scary, worrying, very worrying” stories and news reports. They have only one goal — more government, more UN role, more ecological central planning. And these are the basis of continued “expensive electricity to save the planet” policies.


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