There may well be a calamitous price to pay for decades of lies about climate and carbon dioxide. Extended solar minima are typically accompanied by pronounced global cold. If crucial decades of cold, warmth, and true climate data had not suffered arrogant erasure to feed the global warming construct of Al Gore, humans might remember the Dalton Minimum and the Maunder Minimum with some well-deserved, healthy concern. But sadly, the facts had to be removed, and the lie is sustained at the expense of human appreciation for the sometimes harsh realties of life on Earth.
Prospects of this boreal growing season are not improving. News of late frosts, snow, and cold, and late planting continuously sneak through the artificial carbon clamor. Is Al Gore concerned about food shortages? Not on your life! Al Gore is concerned about selling useless carbon credits to his unsuspecting, naive clients. The potential for catastrophic food shortage grows with every day. There is not the first inkling of concern from government, and governments, utterly invested in anthropogenic global warming as a political and financial tool.
And Cycle 24 is nowhere to be found. The Sun remains ominously quiet.
From Greenie Watch:
There are food shortages now? It will get worse as the climate cools
An email from Paul Stevens [firstname.lastname@example.org] warns of a REAL climate danger
I haven’t yet seen many articles in the popular media linking the expected cooling, or current stasis in temperature rise to the biofuels mania, and then predicting the “perfect storm” for reduced food production that will lead to widespread starvation in the developing world. Numerous articles about crop diversion for energy use, of course. But not many speculating on what happens if worsening weather conditions also occur.
In the US, corn and soybean planting has already been much delayed by the weather and there is now widespread doubt about the size of the potential harvest. I am reminded of the days in the mid to late sixties when my own relatives in Saskatchewan, Canada suffered through year after year of early frost, too much rain, not enough rain and then late frost, all affecting growing conditions and essentially destroying or reducing their wheat crops.
We have had relatively benign conditions for food crops world-wide, over the last 4-5 years. With the diversion to biofuels, continued increase in population and continued demand from the rising middle class in China and India, it only takes a couple of years of bad weather in the worlds bread or rice baskets to equal millions of deaths. From what I read, wheat stocks are reduced around the globe. There won’t be any warehoused grain to go to for aid shipments. It’s all being sold off to the ethanol folks. A dark day could be coming.