Vindication of My Viral Video: “Unprecedented, Jet Stream Crosses Equator”

Paul Beckwith, Climate System Scientist

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Jet Streams Smash Equatorial Wind Cycle // Published on Sep 21, 2016

On June 28, 2016 my viral video on the jet streams crossing the equator was released, generating immediate controversy and attacks.

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This was followed by the video, More Evidence On Equatorial Crossing Jet Streams.

My claims are now supported by a peer reviewed paper showing that the stable 28 month cycle of equatorial stratospheric wind reversal (QBO–Quasi-biennial oscillation) has been disrupted in an unprecedented fashion (first time in 60 years) by jet streams crossing the equator.

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Links to Earth Null School, for your convenience, here.  Robert Scribbler’s recent post, ‘Giant Gravity Waves Smashed Key Atmospheric Clock During Winter of 2016 — Possible Climate Change Link‘, here.

14459060_1371384969556737_1299805702_nYellow indicates ‘eastward waves’ (same as westerly, from the west).

Phys.org article, ‘Unprecedented atmospheric behavior disrupts one of Earth’s most regular…

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Arctic Air Temperatures are Set to Hit 35 to 55 F Above Average by Thursday — Out of Season Sea Ice Melt Possible, Again

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“It looks like a triple whammy – a warm ocean, a warm atmosphere, and a wind pattern all working against the ice in the Arctic.”NSIDC director Mark Serreze.

“Unfortunately, Arctic sea ice extent growth has once again slowed this week…”Zack Labe

“Huge surface air temperature anomalies over the Arctic this working week… over 25C warmer than average in parts.” — James Warner

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This year, it’s a challenge to find a time when the Arctic Ocean has ever represented anything resembling normalcy. Record low sea ice extent values have occurred for more than 50 percent of days measured. And well above average temperatures have invaded the Arctic during winter, spring, and fall. With another huge wave of ridiculous warmth building up over eastern Siberia this week, the hits just keep on coming.

Major Warming Over Siberia, Chukchi and East Siberian Seas 

The present big…

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