The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Showing posts with label drought. Show all posts
Showing posts with label drought. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Drought becoming so bad in California residents are having to rely upon water charity

For those that remember the 1930′s, the growth of California‚Äôs population in the 20th century had a large part to do with the migration of Mid-West residents travelling to the Golden State in the midst of a drought that would become known as the Dust Bowl.  And 80 years later, the pendulum appears to be shifting back as it is no longer the Mid-West that is crying out for fresh water, but instead it is California who is going through a drought not seen in the state for hundreds of years.


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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Corn losses due to drought will have wide effects on the entire food chain

Corn is one of the most abundant crops in America's farming complex.  Its uses stem from not just human consumables on the dinner table, but in the production of many processed foods, to animal feed, and even green energy.

So a slowdown in production of corn will automatically have wide ranging effects not just for food and export, but in the thousands of industries that require large amounts to produce items in the global economy.




Who knew the next black swan would be deep fried? The biggest piece of imminent food inflation news over the past months, coupled with what is shaping up to be another record hot summer (for the best tracking of real-time electricity consumption primarily for cooling news we recommend the following PJM RT tracker of power load), has been the collapse in the corn harvest due to the worst drought since 1988 as 56% of America is in drought conditions. Today, the US just added some burning oil to the popcorn by cutting the corn-crop forecast by 12% to 13 billion bushels on expectations of a 13.5 billion harvest. Then again, who needs corn, when you can have cake? - Zerohedge