27 August 2012
The detailed analysis concludes that
warming temperatures associated with climate change will likely
create increasingly dry conditions across much of the globe.
What exactly does explain the violent climate change today is anyone’s guess?
Some blame weather modification and
HAARP and others blame Planet X for concurrent with the dramatic
weather are increases in volcanic activity and earthquakes. No
matter what the cause though we are getting lessons on how fragile
life is and how vulnerable our food supplies are.
In the news are headlines telling us
that forecasters say there’s no relief in sight for Southern
California’s heat wave or any of the heat waves affecting the
This is the air conditioner for the
entire Northern Hemisphere and it seems like it is failing.
More than 18% of Americans say there
have been times this year when they couldn’t afford the food they
needed, according to a Gallup poll released in August.
Feedinghunger.org says one in six people in the U.S. go without food for several meals or even days. Financial lenders worldwide are also alerting countries to prepare for a possible spike in food bills in the coming months, Reuters reported on Tuesday.
In this above Ted video we learn creative
strategies that help us do something about the increasingly serious
situation that is gathering in the area of food.
Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers say
low water levels that are restricting shipping traffic,
forcing harbor closures and causing towboats and barges
to run aground on the Mississippi River are expected
to continue into October.
(AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Barges and their towboats accumulate alongside the Mississippi banks of the Mississippi River near Greenville, Miss. Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012.
As the Midwest experiences its worst drought in 50 years, the
Mississippi River is hitting low water levels not seen since 1988, a
year viewed by those in the industry as a benchmark of hard times.
The Mississippi has become very thin and very narrow, and if it keeps on dropping there is a very real possibility that all river traffic could get shut down. And considering the fact that approximately 60% of our grain, 22% of our oil and natural gas, and one-fifth of our coal travel down the Mississippi River, that would be absolutely crippling for our economy.
It has been estimated that if all Mississippi River traffic were stopped, it would cost the U.S. economy 300 million dollars a day.
South Korea’s extended heat wave has taken its toll on both humans and animals, with more than 830,000 chickens or other poultry reported dead as of Wednesday.
The agriculture ministry said 786,512 chickens, 40,780 ducks, 3,000 quail, 336 pigs and five cows have died since July 20 when the peak temperature began hovering above 33°C (91.4°F) in most areas.
The stifling heat also killed seven people in June and July, the health ministry said, mostly elderly people working in fields or greenhouses.
Temperatures have stayed above 35°C for 12 days in much of the country, causing massive blooms of algae in rivers. Sales of electric fans and air conditioners have soared. On Monday the state power company warned that reserves were dangerously low and urged people to switch off appliances as usage reached a record.
administration says relief is in sight starting Friday, with midday
temperatures dropping to the customary August figure of 30°C from
The average temperature across the Lower 48 was 77.6°F, 3.3°C above the 20th-century average, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration reported. The high temperatures have contributed to a “rapid expansion” of drought across the central United States, NOAA found.
Dozens of cities and towns already have seen the mercury hit record
levels this summer, and three states - Nebraska, Kansas and Arkansas
- saw record dry conditions between May and July.
On July 29,
Phoenix looked more like Saharan Africa than the well-manicured
Valley fever, caused by the
Coccidioides fungus present in desert soil, can be fatal. Valley
fever is contracted when desert soil is thrown into the air and
is getting colder but the sea temperature is rising (though some
sources doubt this rise) so we have something going on other than
what we think. Before even finishing this essay I was hot on the
trail of interesting information about current climate conditions
and will publish that next.
following chart does not cool your mind down I don’t know what will!
Secure your food supplies!
We are seeing huge losses every day in the breadbasket of North America and that is going to force prices up resulting in a death spiral for millions of people over the next year.
All of my protocol items are
concentrated nutritional medicinals so the same goes for stocking up
on magnesium oil, sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), vitamin C, and
other important medicines that do double duty feeding the cells and
keeping the healthy.