Meteorologist Joe D’Aleo Says Weather is Cyclical

Joseph D’Aleo of WeatherBELL Analytics sees weather patterns as cyclical.  In this report, he uses graphs recording Arctic ice, volcanos, hurricanes, Atlantic and Pacific ocean warming and cooling patterns, to show decadal trends in weather patterns.  Current weather patterns do not show an ongoing increase in temperature nor greenhouse gas, according to D’Aleo’s research.  Interestingly, the 1930’s were very hot and dry by comparison to any weather patterns seen since then.

D’Aleo believes that a cooling trend is in store and that this will be far more of an issue than heat could be, with shorter growing seasons, and harsher winters.   He believes that the sun is the actual driver for global temperatures, as it effects ocean temperature which then effect Polar ice amounts.


2 thoughts on “Meteorologist Joe D’Aleo Says Weather is Cyclical”

  1. […] Rogan asks if a giant planet hangs out beyond the Kuiper belt.  Tyson replies that the Kuiper belt has left overs of the solar system, but probably only residue is left out there.  Residue will merge with planet eventually. [ Andromeda galaxies are moving in synchronicity, not colliding]  Pluto is part of a swarm of comets.  Objects beyond the Kuiper belt would be hard to find.  The Nemesis object- episodes of earth, a little dip in the fossil record-for different epochs.  dinosaurs-boundary.-65 million years ago an asteroid struck, says Tyson.  Asteroids are our friends, we were early rodents then.  Object on looping orbit, cycle of extinction 100 million years??  Tyson thinks that fossil record doesn’t hold with cycles of extinction. [Weather is cyclical] […]

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