Friday, November 13, 2009
Here is fingerprint of the instigator of the latest "cold" El Nino event in the Pacific ocean.
There were two proxigean spring tides in late June and July. The New Moon on July 21st of this year was an extreme proxigean spring tide event [as it coincided with the Solar eclispe on July 21-22.
It was the lead up to these two proxigean spring tides which set of the series of events in the Pacific Ocean that will produce a full blown El Nino around December 2009.