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                        2020 Winter Predictions 
 
 
 
 

 
"Climate Pulse" Technology
developed by
Global Weather Oscillations Inc.
 
2020 Winter and Beyond  -  Major Changes Coming !
 
                                                                  
Based On  GWO's  -  Climate Pulse Technology 
 
               
                                            Winter  Predictions
          2020   Winter   November 2019 into March 2020   click here   
 
  1.   ​Overview:   Predictions Based On
 

 The global climate pattern is now transitioning from a global warming cycle

 (2000 through 2015) to a global cooling long-term cycle.  Both the Arctic and Antarctic

 entered the next global cooling cycle and are now cooling dramatically.

 The Greenland ice pack has made a dramatic turn about during the past 2 years

 (2018 and 2019) with the ice now becoming thicker.

 Due to the 2015-16 El Niño, sea ice diminished in the western Arctic near Alaska and 

 Euro-Straights region near Iceland.  The ice diminished during late 2015 into 2016 - then

 began thickening again as the Arctic to Greenland area became colder during 2018 and 2019.  

          

In response to the cooling caused by the gravitational induced ClimatePulse and the Solar Maunder

Minimum, sea ice extent and thickness is now expanding - and this had a direct influence on

the very cold Polar Vortex outbreaks that have occurred the past two winters.  Although they were

brief - they will become longer in duration in 2020 and beyond.  Thus earth is transitioning to a

colder climate.

The sun has entered a cooler phase - hence conditions much like the period from the

1940s through the 1970s will alter the warm temperatures experienced during the period from
about 2000 to 2016. 

 

 2.   El Nino or La Nina - will there be one or not. 
 GWO has the best Predictions 10-Years Running

Cyclical 2 to 5 year occurrences of an El Niño or La Niña typically changes weather patterns

(refer to the El Niño page for more information click here.  Some regions will be wetter than normal, some drier.  Some regions will be warmer than normal, some colder than normal. 

                         

The Arctic Region tends to be warmer than normal during an El Niño and/or Natural Global Warming Cycles - these events cause weather patterns that force warmer air into the Arctic

and across northern latitudes - thus Arctic ice melting occurs. 

The Arctic tends to be much colder during La Niña and  Neutral Conditions, and during Global

Cooling Cycles (see below)

​ 3.   Stalled Weather Patterns - Changes in the Cycles 2017 and Beyond

GWO has found that many weather patterns exhibit recurring cycles

with some major cycles occurring approximately every 3 to 5 years, 18 years,

23 years, 72 years and 220 years.

The California drought - warm weather Globally - wet conditions, hurricane landfalls,

floods, are all part of these cycles.

         

Changing Cycles: GWO is predicting major changes in the upcoming years as

past cycles re-enter the weather patterns - thus changing Global Winters Drastically.

  4. ​Climate Pulse Overview: 

     As discussed in Mr. Dilley's eBook (Earth's Natural Climate Pulse) that can be read free of

      charge in the Climate Section, the period from about 1997 through 2012 was the second twin

      peak of warm global temperatures (1930s was the first).  Twin warm temperature peaks are a

      signature of all global warming cycles (5 in the past 1,000 years).  The cold winters in some

      regions of the world and the cooling now taking place in both the Arctic and Antarctic signals

      the ending of the current global warming cycle.  Every global warming cycle comes like

      clockwork about every 216 years, and also ends like clockwork.  Rapid cooling of the high

      Arctic in 2013 and 2014 denotes the ending of the global warming cycle.  Next cycle will be

      in about 120 years.

 

      Ever since planet Earth was created about 4.5 billion years ago, it has been exposed to natural

      processes and forcing mechanisms within the solar system and earth. During the course of

      millions of years, the interaction of these processes has implemented a natural climate and

      planetary rhythm.

      These rhythms include but are not limited to:  day and night, the four annual seasons and

      weather events during the particular season, short-term climate fluctuations and oscillations

      within the seasons, and long-term climate change cycles such as glacial periods which occur

      approximately every 120 thousand years.

 

      The gravitational cycles of the moon and sun cause the seasonal tilts of the earth's axis and the 4

      seasons.  The strong gravitational pull of the moon causes a bulge to form in the center of the 5

      oceans.  As the earth makes a complete rotation on its axis daily, the moon rises and falls in the

      sky.  This causes dramatic changes to the gravitational pull, with increases and decreases

      occurring during the daily cycle.  This causes a gravitational pulse which in turn causes an

      interactive plunging action on the ocean's bulge, thus producing the twice daily ocean tides.

      The gravitational tides are also noticed in the earth's atmosphere, and in lower depths of

      the ocean.

 

      The daily rotation of the earth provides the twice daily tides, and the 27.5 day elliptical path of the

      moon around the earth provides a monthly and bi-monthly  gravitational pulse.  The cycles then

      extend out in time as the elliptical path of the earth around the sun, and the moon around the

      earth cyclical change from one month to the next, every 6 months, 4 years, 9 years, 18 years and

      beyond.  The earths 130 thousand year elliptical path is well documented in science and is proven

      to be the cause for the earth's inter-glacial (warm) as the earth swings in closer to the sun, and

      glacial periods (cold)  that occur every 130 thousand years as the earth swings further away from

      the sun.  The current warm inter-glacial period peaked about 7 thousand years ago, and the peak

      of the next glacial period will be 70 to 110 thousand years from now.

 

      The Primary Forcing Mechanism (PFM) for climate change is the combination of the elliptical paths of the

      moon and earth, changes in solar radiation and changes in the gravitational pulses and electromagnetic

      pulses.  The PFM cycles control the Earth's "Natural Climate Pulse", and it is this Natural Pulse that controls

      weather and climate cycles here on earth.  

 

      The earth's climate is very complex and very cyclical due to the PFM Natural Climate Pulse interacting with

      the oceans, atmosphere and inner/outer cores of earth.  The high and low tides of the oceans alternate

      approximately every 6 hours, and ocean tides and some currents change with the PFM cycles.   Above the

      surface of the Earth is the atmosphere which is made up of nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor and other

      gases which move fluidly around the planet.  The flow of these atmospheric gases are caused by the

      rotation of the earth, heating of the atmosphere and ground by the sun, proximity of mountain ranges and

      water bodies such as oceans, and forcing mechanisms such as gravitational tides caused by the PFM cycles   

      Earth's temperature changes seasonally due to the seasonal tilt of the earth, with longer term cycles due to

      the PFM Natural Pulse cycles every 10-years, 230 years and 130 thousand years. Carbon dioxide concentrations 

      are a naturally occurring cycle connected to the short-term global warming cycles that occur approximately

      every 230 years, and the longer term 130 thousand year glacial and inter-glacial cycles. The eBook written by

      Mr. Dilley of GWO (avalable on the Natural Pulse Page) illustrates that earth's current temperatures and

      carbon dioxide levels are perfectly normal for global warming cycle that was occurring up to the year 2012 (now

      beginning to slip into global cooling for the next 150 years).

      GWO’s nineteen (19) years of ongoing research uses a combination of Meteorology, Oceanography, Climatology,

      Geology and Astronomy along with extensive historical weather and climate data to develop techniques for

      climate prediction. The most significant discovery was that of the Primary Forcing Mechanism (PFM) which is

      highly correlated to short-term climate cycles. The combination resulted in the development of prediction

      models formulated from a subset of  the scientifically proven "Milankovitch" cycles of the  earth, moon

     and sun.  



 

 

 
  
 
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