“Over the past year-and-change, lobster prices have risen sharply,”
“If these agriculture failures continue we are looking at losses of
billions in population, not millions, says reader David DuByne.
Plagues of locusts have been devouring their way through the Australian state’s central west compounding the hardships suffered by drought-affected farmers.
“Where’s the beef? Empty meat shelves in province’s grocery stores,” reads the headline on CBC News.
This important video by David DuByne correlates solar minimums with Chinese dynasties back to 1,000 AD, and reaches some startling conclusions.
TV interview – “Not by Fire but by Ice”
The shortest was 114 days in 1901, followed by 133 days in 1912,
The snowstorm that blanketed southern Alberta over the last days has flattened wheat and barley crops
Smallest herds in more than 60 years expected to drive beef and pork prices even higher.
“The primary concern is famine.”