Drier summers are coming! Cooling in the North Atlantic could lead to less rainfall in Europe (6 June 2016) ~ link ~ This Daily Mail article from earlier this month points to a cooling of a wide area in the far North Atlantic. Again this is connected to the BP Gulf Oil Disaster, with the serious cooling coming after the BP Oil Spill. Stirling
Scientists have been at odds to explain the 'cold spot' in the North Atlantic, but the new study reports the localised climate effect has likely been caused by weakening ocean currents in the region.
- Scientists found a trend of localised cooling in the region since 2005
- Measurements show the upper North Atlantic cooled by as much as 0.45˚C
- If it continues it may lead to drier European summers and fewer hurricanes
- UK climate scientists believe weakening thermohaline current is to blame
The above YouTube interview with the famous videographer Morris, explains the nature of the problem. The Gulf Stream has recovered a bit, but the Loop Current is still effectively shot. The lack of this heat (from the warm Gulf of Mexico) input into the Thermohaline Circulatory System still results in the Gulf Stream NOT acting in its normal way to steer the atmospheric Jet Stream. The Jet Stream effects the entire planet's weather patterns.
Looking back at the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster, it is interesting to note that BP knew that the drill site was way too dangerous to drill in. The fact that key insiders sold large amounts of their stock in the weeks before the disaster and used Corexit to sink the oil in the Gulf (where it remains on the sea floor) is indicative that this was a planned event. One more Population Reduction Program by the Khazarian Global Banking Cartel to kill off vast numbers of humans over the next decade. Stirling
Also see this slightly later video update ~ link