Russian scientists have predicted the great anomalous cold

Northern Hemisphere faces "great salinity anomaly", which will bring winters in coming years.

Moscow meteorologists these days are fixed anomaly, which seems to be clearly supports the theory of global warming. But there is another view: A group of scientists from the Oceanographic Institute and the Institute of Numerical Mathematics predicts an early cold snap in the Northern Hemisphere. According to their calculations, the coming "great salinity anomaly", which will lower the average temperature and in the coming years will bring cold winters. Theory learned NTV correspondent Sergei Malozemov.Oceanographic Institute of Zubov in central Moscow, but here handle data coming from different areas of the world ocean. This allowed together with mathematicians to create a model for the study of global climate change.Oceanographer and part-time mathematician Nikolai Diansky spent years comparing the data on changes in salinity in the Arctic with the weather changes on the planet. Initial figures he took from colleagues around the world. After continuous salinity started making cards recently.Nicholas Diansky, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences: "The initial data on the distribution of temperature and salinity for our simulations we took from the center of the international Polar, which is located in North America."Dianskogo graphics and colleagues show that there is now a fact that was the case in the 60 — warming on the planet (if it has caused people, is not clear) leads to massive melting of glaciers and increased discharge of Siberian rivers. As a result, in the Arctic Ocean have a lot of fresh water that comes out about a Canadian and Greenland straits into the North Atlantic. But there comes the main "hot water bottle" of Europe — the Gulf Stream. His warm salt water will cover as a blanket cold fresh water and will not allow the heat to come out — so, in Europe and throughout the Northern Hemisphere colder.Something that tells a scientist, much like disaster film "The Day After Tomorrow." The film also gave warm Gulf Stream. And once it became minus 100 Fahrenheit — minus 150. Hollywood imagination ran riot in earnest, freezing New York with the Statue of Liberty, but the pressure to save the main character. Diansky just laughs about it. He says such a model does not predict it, and indeed climate change on the planet have never been faster, stretched for hundreds of years.Nicholas Diansky, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences: "Possible changes in temperature in the northern hemisphere, the decrease in climatic terms by several tenths of a degree Celsius. Ice age in the near future will be. Simply, it is a natural part of climate change. "But the question about the ice age is not accidental. NTV staff meteorologist Professor Alexander Belyaev reminds prolonged cold spell has been.Alexander Belyaev, deputy director of the Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences: "There have been times of the Little Ice Age, when the freezing English Channel, when St Petersburg could be on the ice, as did the Decembrists, go to Helsinki. One could imagine the time the paintings of Bruegel, when all channels Dutch freeze and you could skate. Were were such times. There have been more recent times, when the Eiffel Tower was covered in snow and frozen. So the climate is changing, nothing terrible will happen. It will not be on the earth what mother earth has not experienced. "Apparently, it is a fact that the Earth includes its own climate control. Warming — it is caused by man or by solar activity — always runs Arctic water mechanism leading to cooling. Then again warmer. True, it may well be that not in our lifetime.


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