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Old 04-23-2008, 07:39 AM
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Costco has recently begun rationing rice. And the Global food crisis is expanding exponentially. Why?

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These days you hear a lot about the world financial crisis. But there’s another world crisis under way — and it’s hurting a lot more people.

I’m talking about the food crisis. Over the past few years the prices of wheat, corn, rice and other basic foodstuffs have doubled or tripled, with much of the increase taking place just in the last few months. High food prices dismay even relatively well-off Americans — but they’re truly devastating in poor countries, where food often accounts for more than half a family’s spending.

There have already been food riots around the world. Food-supplying countries, from Ukraine to Argentina, have been limiting exports in an attempt to protect domestic consumers, leading to angry protests from farmers — and making things even worse in countries that need to import food.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/07/op...rugman.html?hp

Maybe it has something to do with the bee's. I would suggest the grain problem is from a combination of drought and hybrid seeds, but there is something else.

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Honeybees don't just make honey; they pollinate more than 90 of the tastiest flowering crops we have. Among them: apples, nuts, avocados, soybeans, asparagus, broccoli, celery, squash and cucumbers. And lots of the really sweet and tart stuff, too, including citrus fruit, peaches, kiwi, cherries, blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, cantaloupe and other melons.

In fact, about one-third of the human diet comes from insect-pollinated plants, and the honeybee is responsible for 80 percent of that pollination, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Even cattle, which feed on alfalfa, depend on bees. So if the collapse worsens, we could end up being “stuck with grains and water,'' said Kevin Hackett, the national program leader for USDA's bee and pollination program.

“This is the biggest general threat to our food supply,'' Hackett said.
Honeybee Die-Off Threatens Food Supply | LiveScience

Here's what I think is happening to the bee's, birds, trees, fish, and humans.

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A wild idea to combat global warming suggests creating an artificial ring of small particles or spacecrafts around Earth to shade the tropics and moderate climate extremes.

There would be side effects, proponents admit. An effective sunlight-scattering particle ring would illuminate our night sky as much as the full Moon, for example.

And the price tag would knock the socks off even a big-budget agency like NASA: $6 trillion to $200 trillion for the particle approach. Deploying tiny spacecraft would come at a relative bargain: a mere $500 billion tops.
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The power of scattering sunlight has been illustrated naturally, the scientists note. Volcanic eruptions, such as that of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991, pumped aerosols into the atmosphere and cooled the global climate by about a degree. Other researchers have suggested such schemes as adding metallic dust to smoke stacks, to flood the atmosphere and reflect more sunlight back into space.

In the newly outlined approach, reflective particles might come from the mining of Earth, the Moon or asteroids. They'd be put into orbit around the equator. Alternately, tiny micro-spacecraft could be deployed with reflective umbrellas.

A ring created by a batch of either "shades the tropics primarily, providing maximum effectiveness in cooling the warmest parts of our planet," the scientists write. An early version of their idea was presented but not widely noticed in 2002.
Space Ring Could Shade Earth and Stop Global Warming | LiveScience

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Despite a lack of firm evidence that the efforts work, states such as California, Utah, Colorado, and Nevada have recently spent money on cloud seeding to increase precipitation or reduce hail or fog.

Cloud seeding puts chemicals, usually silver iodide, into clouds to condense their moisture into ice, which falls down as snow or rain. The chemicals are either fired up from the ground or dropped from aircraft.
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Get used to it

A 2003 report published by the National Research Council (NRC) put a damper on the idea of weather modification, saying there was no convincing scientific proof that cloud seeding works.

The Weather Modification Association (WMA) differs, saying the NRC's standard for proof was so high that the same standard would disprove global warming, humans' less intentional weather modification effort.

(A far-out scheme to slow global warming has also been proposed. It involves ringing Earth with tiny satellites to shade the planet.)

The WMA also favors more efforts to seed and thus clear fog by injecting it with dry ice, liquid nitrogen, liquid propane or silver iodide, especially to clear airport runways for take-offs and landings. This works better with cool fog than with warm fog, research suggests.

Efforts to reduce the size of hailstones are progressing too, according to the WMA. Adding silver iodide smoke into storms appears to limit the growth of hailstones.

Schemes to Control the Weather Clouded by Failure | LiveScience

When these people pump the clouds over the Rockies, trying to induce more
water for the West Coast, who get's their water from the Colorado River, what
happen when the moisture that was supposed to get the the heart of our country,
and our most important farmlands?

You get drought, and drastic food supply reduction.

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Old 04-27-2008, 08:44 AM
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Costco has recently begun rationing rice. And the Global food crisis is expanding exponentially. Why?


http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/07/op...rugman.html?hp

Maybe it has something to do with the bee's. I would suggest the grain problem is from a combination of drought and hybrid seeds, but there is something else.


Honeybee Die-Off Threatens Food Supply | LiveScience

Here's what I think is happening to the bee's, birds, trees, fish, and humans.


Space Ring Could Shade Earth and Stop Global Warming | LiveScience


Schemes to Control the Weather Clouded by Failure | LiveScience

When these people pump the clouds over the Rockies, trying to induce more
water for the West Coast, who get's their water from the Colorado River, what
happen when the moisture that was supposed to get the the heart of our country,
and our most important farmlands?

You get drought, and drastic food supply reduction.
So, weather manipulation, of course, has a means to an end.

Coupled with a recession and price increases, a food crisis seems inevitable.

There was an article yesterday in which WE were advised to start stockpiling food due to the increase in wheat prices.
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Old 04-27-2008, 11:36 AM
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This is a great concern, but perhaps we should be concerned with the WHY that is attached to all these issues. - WHY are we still polluting, & being fooled by Governments into thinking that we still need to be burning fuel for energy? - This is allowing these bastards to completely run us to the end; To cause an end, by destroying everything by design, including OUR FOOD! - Biofuels such as Ethanol are a DISGUSTING example of how our World is being destroyed while we watch helplessly, because THERE IS NO COMMUNITY INPUT. - It's time to start demanding changes, before it's too late! - When there are riots in the streets because of food shortages, etc, we wont have the time to even speak of the truth, let alone look at it...

It doesn't have to be like this!!!
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Old 04-27-2008, 12:18 PM
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There are many GREAT concerns as to the evil entities who are destroying our universe and humankind as they march foward toward their quest of a superior race, while destroying those who are of a "lesser breed" through famine, disease, etc.

All are connected to one another and share the same importance.
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Old 04-28-2008, 01:54 AM
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Costco has recently begun rationing rice. And the Global food crisis is expanding exponentially. Why?


Schemes to Control the Weather Clouded by Failure | LiveScience

When these people pump the clouds over the Rockies, trying to induce more
water for the West Coast, who get's their water from the Colorado River, what
happen when the moisture that was supposed to get the the heart of our country,
and our most important farmlands?

You get drought, and drastic food supply reduction.
Here's a better idea: Let's stop pussy-footing around, fearing we can't make a difference, boycott everything, refuse to goto work, stop watching the mainstream media (put them out of business), & mainly: DEMAND the release of solar power, etc , & to express our disgust with fuel requiring combustion engines, & if we don't DEMAND CHANGE NOW, those who manage & feed the Sheep will continue with their plan to slowly destroy us by design. - If we had clean energy technology, we would not even be having this discussion.

These Illuminati assholes will continue to dish out their RIDICULOUS solutions, while the public buys into it, & the people who come forth with 'different info' (claiming there is a massive conspiracy) are sadly called ridiculous. - Well, this is ridiculous, & if it was not so serious, it would be humorous! - Well, I'M SICK OF THIS! THE TIME IS now FOR CHANGE!
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Old 04-28-2008, 07:26 PM
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Here's a better idea: Let's stop pussy-footing around, fearing we can't make a difference, boycott everything, refuse to goto work, stop watching the mainstream media (put them out of business), & mainly: DEMAND the release of solar power, etc , & to express our disgust with fuel requiring combustion engines, & if we don't DEMAND CHANGE NOW, those who manage & feed the Sheep will continue with their plan to slowly destroy us by design. - If we had clean energy technology, we would not even be having this discussion.

These Illuminati assholes will continue to dish out their RIDICULOUS solutions, while the public buys into it, & the people who come forth with 'different info' (claiming there is a massive conspiracy) are sadly called ridiculous. - Well, this is ridiculous, & if it was not so serious, it would be humorous! - Well, I'M SICK OF THIS! THE TIME IS now FOR CHANGE!
The citizen's of this country do not have the power to change anything.

For the most part, our elected officials are born, bred and groomed for their jobs and their jobs do not entail working for the citizens of this country.

Take a tally as to how many senators/representatives are connected to wealth.

They hold senate seats for life in many cases.

We've been brainwashed to believe that they work for us.

They work for the powers that be.

If they worked for us, they wouldn't be in office and the world would not be as it is today.
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Old 04-28-2008, 09:40 PM
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Right, but we have to get the truth out ASAP, or continue to see everything wiped away by manipulation & design.

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Costco has recently begun rationing rice. And the Global food crisis is expanding exponentially. Why?


http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/07/op...rugman.html?hp

Maybe it has something to do with the bee's. I would suggest the grain problem is from a combination of drought and hybrid seeds, but there is something else.


Honeybee Die-Off Threatens Food Supply | LiveScience

Here's what I think is happening to the bee's, birds, trees, fish, and humans.


Space Ring Could Shade Earth and Stop Global Warming | LiveScience


Schemes to Control the Weather Clouded by Failure | LiveScience

When these people pump the clouds over the Rockies, trying to induce more
water for the West Coast, who get's their water from the Colorado River, what
happen when the moisture that was supposed to get the the heart of our country,
and our most important farmlands?

You get drought, and drastic food supply reduction.
Great stuff! I haven't read a lot of these theories before and they are very interesting. The food crisis is real and it's coming our way. Quite terrifying actually. Thanks for posting this cool stuff
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