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Originally posted by Phage
Already posted and it's nonsense. The Gulf gyre is a regular occurrence.
Last year for example:
[edit on 7/17/2010 by Phage]
Originally posted by antar
I dont know about all the debunking and such, but have lived where the GulfStream does affect us. The currents are changing and the effects can be felt and experienced in our everyday lives, as for food shortages it is almost certain that has already begun.
8-12-10--Kansas Corn Crop to Bust Records! USDA/NASS August Crop Production estimates set 2010 Kansas corn production at 629 million bushels, crushing the 2009 record harvest of 598 million bushels.
KANSAS SHATTERS RECORDS WITH 2009 HARVEST The January Ag Statistics crop production report was released on Jan. 12 and pegged Kansas Corn production at 598 million bushels, smashing the record of 507 million bushels set in 2007. Yield was 155 bushels per acre, a record for Kansas, beating the previous record of 152 bu/acre set in 1996. US Corn was a record breaking 13.2 billion bushels, up 2 percent from the November 1 forecast, and 1 percent above the previous record of 13.0 billion bushels set in 2007. U.S. grain yield is also estimated at a record level for 2009, at 165.2 bushels per acre. This is up 2.3 bushels from the November forecast and 4.9 bushels above the previous record of 160.3 bushels per acre set in 2004.
Originally posted by space cadet
reply to post by antar
yes, antar, as surely as the oil bubbles up from the sand, people are already starting to starve.....
edit to add: The sarcasm you recognize comes from my loss of respect for your posts and threads, since the BP disaster began. Prior to that I was quite an Antar fan.
[edit on 29-8-2010 by space cadet]