2018-2019 Forecast: Where Crop Yields will Decline Globally (591)

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This is a forecast based on repeated Y-O-Y losses, and persistent below normal temperatures in the same crop zones. The map series is for 2018-2019 and covers Australia, China, South Africa, USA / Canada. Ive included some commodity prices as well so you get an indication of where food prices are headed.

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“Snowtill” – Coldest since 1895 – Planting On Hold – Farmers Miserable

Farmers are suffering as the cold, wet spring has put a stunning halt to agriculture. Temperatures going down, greenhouses going up. Crop losses continue globally, and we must all be preparing for the times ahead.

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90% of Canada still covered in snow:

Historically cold April will mean Lower Yields (YUP):

Illinois — soil temp 11’F cooler than last year

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Published: 2018-04-19 23:07:20
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Mini Ice age 2018 Episode 5 Cooling stages during a 1000year long solar minimum

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Mini Ice age 2018 Episode 5 Cooling stages during a 1000year long solar minimum
Stage 1 colder winter
Do to less energy reaching the upper atmosphere from solar storms winters become colder.
Stage 2 air albedo drops
As the solar wind weakens more galactic energy enters the earth’s atmosphere ionising the atmosphere and leading to more cloud formations. These clouds reflex sunlight away from the planet’s surface cooling the earth.
Stage 3 wind driven storms gains more strength with every passing year.
The colder the earth becomes the greater the deferens in air pressure between the equator and the poles becomes, leading to ever growing powerful storms. The longer the cooling continues the stronger the wind driven storms become. The growing artic cyclones will become so large that it will bring rain as far south from the North Pole as the Sahara desert.
Stage 4 Air albedo drops in the north and south.
Coastal volcanoes around and above the 60th degree parallel north and south start to erupt one after the other due to the growing pressure of sea ice. This brings regional cooling. Example if an Iceland volcano has enough magma to erupt under the pressure of sea ice it will bring cooling to Europe, Chile volcanoes to Chile and Argentina Alaska volcanoes to Alaska and parts of Canada and so on. A large volcanic eruption cools the earth in 2ways. CO2 trapped in the troposphere absorbs solar energy before in can heat the surface SO2 combines with water vapour in the upper atmosphere forming sulphuric acid which reflex solar energy back in to space before it reaches the earth’s surface.
Stage 5 Surface albedo drops drastically year on year.
Powerful winds bring large amounts of water from the sub-tropics dropping it north east and south east from its source unless restricted by massive mountain ranges like the Himalayas. This grows massive glaziers at an average rate of 30meters every year.
Stage 6 Glazier rebound
The weight of the every growing glazier pushes the land mass down in to the magma pool below it, this triggers earthquakes all over the planet as the interlocking tectonic plates now have to adjust the new interacting angles. This pressure on the magma blow the ice leads to more volcanic eruptions below the 60th parallel. Most of the world’s super volcanoes are located in this area; if anyone of these super volcanoes has enough magma to erupt from the growing magma pressure the effects will not be regional like the volcanoes in stage 4 but global. The cooling effect of a super volcano is so powerful that not even a rise in solar activity will have any effect for at least 500yrs.
Stage 7 Ocean current changes
The path the oceans conveyor belt follows changes, because it is restricted by a growing ice sheets at the poles and dropping ocean levels worldwide. This cooling effect will first be felt in Northern Europe then the east coast of Russia, as the cooling continues it will also bring sever cooling to west coast of South America and New Zealand when the gap between Chile and Antarctica freezes over.

Stage 8 the world deep ocean cools down
The world’s oceans are so deep that it takes +/- 800yrs to cool down. Cold water absorbs CO2 while warm water releases CO2. The world’s oceans are now sucking CO2 out of the atmosphere which has catastrophic effects on the plant life growing on land; however plankton and water plants are blooming at this point due to high levels of CO2 in the water. High levels of plankton is not always a good thing since when they die in large numbers the rotting plankton pushes CO2 levels even higher suffocating fish. The planets most imported greenhouse gas water vapour plummets, because cold water releases less water vapour then warm water. This cools the planet even more. The temperature different deep inland between night and day becomes extreme, because there is very little greenhouse gasses left to trap heat. The powerful winds which use to curry tons of water to the north and south become nothing more than a dry wind bringing very little precipitation if any. If solar activity does not increase at this point mass extinctions on land will follow and occasional dead spots in the ocean will become more frequent. This is also the peak of the cooling period and planet earth cannot cool any further unless a super volcano erupts, but these snowball earth events are very rare. In fact at this point most volcanoes are covered by glaziers; some more than a mile thick dropping the frequent of volcanic eruptions drastically.

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Headed For A New Ice Age? Latest Data Says Yes!

Headed For A New Ice Age? Latest Data Says Yes! Physicist and author Louis A. Del Monte discussed new scientific data that Earth may be headed for a new ice age due to a slowing down of the Atlantic current.

The new data comes from a recently published (4/11/18) paper in the highly respected scientific journal Nature: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-018-0006-5

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UPI: https://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2015/07/11/Earth-heading-for-mini-ice-age-in-just-15-years-scientists-say/2751436649025

Del Monte also discusses a paper presented at the Royal Astronomical Society’s National Astronomy Meeting in 2015 that predicts the Sun’s emissions to the Earth are decreasing and will be about 60% of what they are today by 2030: https://astronomynow.com/2015/07/09/royal-astronomical-societys-national-astronomy-meeting-2015-report-4

Lastly, Del Monte discusses global warming, especially with regard to the compounding effect it will have during a period of diminished light from the Sun and a weakening of the Atlantic current.

Del Monte outlines the preparations world governments need to consider taking in light of a potential ice age by 2030. While not wishing to be an alarmist, he does urge world governments to consider the latest research carefully and to take appropriate measure, including increasing food and fuel storage, as well as increasing efforts to curtail global warming.

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Published: 2018-04-16 23:14:37
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To The Horror Of Global Warming Alarmists, Global Cooling Is Here

To The Horror Of Global Warming Alarmists, Global Cooling Is Here
Around 1250 A.D., historical records show, ice packs began showing up farther south in the North Atlantic. Glaciers also began expanding on Greenland, soon to threaten Norse settlements on the island. From 1275 to 1300 A.D., glaciers began expanding more broadly, according to radiocarbon dating of plants killed by the glacier growth. The period known today as the Little Ice Age was just starting to poke through.
Summers began cooling in Northern Europe after 1300 A.D., negatively impacting growing seasons, as reflected in the Great Famine of 1315 to 1317. Expanding glaciers and ice cover spreading across Greenland began driving the Norse settlers out. The last, surviving, written records of the Norse Greenland settlements, which had persisted for centuries, concern a marriage in 1408 A.D. in the church of Hvalsey, today the best preserved Norse ruin.
Colder winters began regularly freezing rivers and canals in Great Britain, the Netherlands and Northern France, with both the Thames in London and the Seine in Paris frozen solid annually. The first River Thames Frost Fair was held in 1607. In 1607-1608, early European settlers in North America reported ice persisting on Lake Superior until June. In January, 1658, a Swedish army marched across the ice to invade Copenhagen. By the end of the 17th century, famines had spread from northern France, across Norway and Sweden, to Finland and Estonia.
Reflecting its global scope, evidence of the Little Ice Age appears in the Southern Hemisphere as well. Sediment cores from Lake Malawi in southern Africa show colder weather from 1570 to 1820. A 3,000 year temperature reconstruction based on varying rates of stalagmite growth in a cave in South Africa also indicates a colder period from 1500 to 1800. A 1997 study comparing West Antarctic ice cores with the results of the Greenland Ice Sheet Project Two (GISP2) indicate a global Little Ice Age affecting the two ice sheets in tandem.
The Siple Dome, an ice dome roughly 100 km long and 100 km wide, about 100 km east of the Siple Coast of Antartica, also reflects effects of the Little Ice Age synchronously with the GISP2 record, as do sediment cores from the Bransfield Basin of the Antarctic Peninsula. Oxygen/isotope analysis from the Pacific Islands indicates a 1.5 degree Celsius temperature decline between 1270 and 1475 A.D.
The Franz Josef glacier on the west side of the Southern Alps of New Zealand advanced sharply during the period of the Little Ice Age, actually invading a rain forest at its maximum extent in the early 1700s. The Mueller glacier on the east side of New Zealand’s Southern Alps expanded to its maximum extent at roughly the same time.
Ice cores from the Andeas mountains in South America show a colder period from 1600 to 1800. Tree ring data from Patagonia in South America show cold periods from 1270 to 1380 and from 1520 to 1670. Spanish explorers noted the expansion of the San Rafael Glacier in Chile from 1675 to 1766, which continued into the 19th century.
The height of the Little Ice Age is generally dated as 1650 to 1850 A.D. The American Revolutionary Army under General George Washington shivered at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777-78, and New York harbor was frozen in the winter of 1780. Historic snowstorms struck Lisbon, Portugal in 1665, 1744 and 1886. Glaciers in Glacier National Park in Montana advanced until the late 18th or early 19th centuries. The last River Thames Frost Fair was held in 1814. The Little Ice Age phased out during the middle to late 19th century.
The Little Ice Age, following the historically warm temperatures of the Medieval Warm Period, which lasted from about AD 950 to 1250, has been attributed to natural cycles in solar activity, particularly sunspots. A period of sharply lower sunspot activity known as the Wolf Minimum began in 1280 and persisted for 70 years until 1350. That was followed by a period of even lower sunspot activity that lasted 90 years from 1460 to 1550 known as the Sporer Minimum. During the period 1645 to 1715, the low point of the Little Ice Age, the number of sunspots declined to zero for the entire time. This is known as the Maunder Minimum, named after English astronomer Walter Maunder. That was followed by the Dalton Minimum from 1790 to 1830, another period of well below normal sunspot activity.

Channel: Climate Change News
Published: 2018-01-02 10:29:22
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This new Antarctic Discovery will affect You massively

Past studies of Antarctica’s accelerated glacier retreat focused on regional trends, a new study now finds continental trends of over ten percent of marine terminating glaciers moving inland. Current peak retreat has been documented to be in the ballpark of 25 meters each single year, with some even in the three digits.

Net retreat of Antarctic glacier grounding lines nature.com/articles/s41561-018-0082-z

Read Chris Mooney’s Washington Post article study summary goo.gl/HuxtxL

Press release University of Leeds, Antarctica is retreating across the sea floor http://www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/4206/antarctica_is_retreating_across_the_sea_floor

Channel: Climate State
Published: 2018-04-06 13:25:16
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