U.S. Breadbasket At Risk From Global Cooling NOAA Indicates – Crop Failures, World Hunger A Result?

While left-leaning U.S. politicians, bureaucrats and the partisan mainstream press continue to push the silly catastrophic AGW hysteria from human CO2 emissions, a significant cooling trend (per NOAA) across a critically important global breadbasket continues – if the latest 15-year global cooling trend persists, crop yields will suffer immensely

Winter Wheat Belt Wheat Belt Soy Bean Belt Corn Belt

As has been well documented, global warming has gone AWOL and in some regions of the world, global cooling trends have materialized, which scientists across the world are starting to express concern with.

In the key crop regions of the U.S., there has been an extended cooling trend that persists despite the immense human CO2 emissions released over the last two decades. The above four NOAA charts depict those cooling trends across the a wide swath of American agricultural production. These charts represent the main American corn, soybean, spring and winter wheat growing areas.

What the huge U.S. breadbasket needs at this point is a few years of some good old fashioned global warming that will reverse the potential devastation a mass cooling would deliver to crop yields.

Unfortunately, though, it appears nature is not delivering what the American farmers and ranchers need this spring.

VIA:  http://www.c3headlines.com/2013/04/us-breadbasket-at-risk-from-global-cooling-noaa-indicates-crop-failures-world-hunger-a-result.html

3 thoughts on “U.S. Breadbasket At Risk From Global Cooling NOAA Indicates – Crop Failures, World Hunger A Result?

  1. David April 16, 2013 / 12:08 pm

    I have been preparing for and fearing this grand solar minimum for half my life. I have a feeling even a Dalton will be worse than the Maunder was because the Maunder started from a higher peak temperature. We never really recovered that much from the LIA. Once the AMO joins the PDO in cold phase these temperature drops will accelerate.

    the other frightening thing is we are due for a Bond event. The math is intriguing every 210 years is a De Vries cycle and every 1470 is a Bond event. The last Bond event was 1472 years ago.

    Good luck everyone.

    • Russ April 16, 2013 / 9:31 pm

      Agreed. A cool sun with cold AMO and PDO will bring much shorter growing season and food shortages for all of us.

  2. lupedelgadillo August 4, 2013 / 6:34 am

    We need to grow food. In new ways in gigantic greenhouses to control the growth more.

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