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Originally posted by proteus33
well lets see 10 cases of ramen noodles 10 cases of pork n beans 24 cans to a case. 100 cans each of cream style corn , lima beans , le seur very early peas ,30 cans or hormel chilli, a fishing rod plenty of bait. a 308 with 200 rounds a 12 gauge with 100 riunds . i think i am pretty well stocked maybe buy some chicks a few baby rabbits and build a hen house and a rabbit hutch for some extra meat.
Originally posted by JJay55
On top of this, 2010 is the year AQ plans to hit a dozen US cities. That would be Katrina x 12.
Originally posted by Peter Brake
It was a bit over a year ago we had food riots around the world these went off the radar after the drop in fuel prices gave some relief. The world food storage used to be three months supply which has taken a hammering and we are no where near that now.
Originally posted by SeekerofTruth101
The weather had ALWAYS been unpredictable since earth began. Ancient mankind had been aware of that. Thus they learn to keep stocks of food in times of bad harvests.
So too does modern human civil authorities keep stock supplies of food. It isnt going to run out. Rather, those stocks will rot if kept too long. Furthermore, most crops are not localized in one location on Earth, but spread to several other regions. What bad weather one nation encounters does not mean another state or nation at another geographical location suffers the same.
The prices may rise, but do not forget, crops are perishable. If it is held back too long to get a better price, it perishes quickly. There is only so much time a fast buck can be made by farmers and the middle men.
There is enough food on Earth to feed mankind several times over. Crops are new modified to give better yields and hold better nutritional value. Land usage are wisely maximised.