Drought, frost and hail have combined to ravage Europe’s wine grape harvest,
Environmentalists blame global warming.
Torrential rain at the start of the summer has hit fruit and vegetable crops, pushing prices up for shoppers – as much as 49 percent.
Gov. Sean Parnell worries a major earthquake or volcanic eruption could leave the state’s 720,000 residents stranded and cut off from food and supply lines.
“The wettest June on record, a cool July, and hail storms in August
“When the Iceman cometh, crops fail, summer shortens and becomes wetter and cooler. Famines will break out across the great agricultural belts of the world
Among other things to worry about is a danger from nature that can have catastrophic consequences.
This is what I worry could happen today.
This is how ice ages begin. With endless winters.
Corresponded with a period of strong volcanism AND with low sunspot activity … and here we go again.