Inventor Lee Wheelbarger and David DuByne discuss greater energy levels in our atmosphere as a result of Earth’s magnetosphere weakening.
Worst flooding in USA history with 270 major roadways blocked and all-time rain records broken across four separate states by a single storm reaching over 50% across the USA. The longest and fastest forming single storm ever recorded known as atmospheric compression events. Levees and dams rupturing will become the new normal.
Record cold and rain in Brazil and Argentina as the harvest tie begins and so wet in parts of Canada that they cannot plant on time this year along with unprecedented hail events in terms of depth and size of hailstones across the planet becoming noticeable in spring 2017.
This all leads to one conclusion, our planet has two years more of semi-stable crop growing, then losses will be a yearly occurrence. This will in turn disrupt the economy as a whole due to difficulties in harvest, losses of crop, transportation setbacks and price rises.
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This is the future of agriculture designed off the I-Jing.
The final piece of the puzzle to confirm the Mini Ice Age crop losses have begun and we are indeed transiting into this society changing event was today May 02, as the US lost 20 million acres of wheat due to cold, wind and snow damage. It’s now a balancing act of small producers to make up for large producer losses.
With the massive losses of at least 32% of US Winter wheat over the first week of May 2017, there are other agriculture losses mounting in regional areas, that when seen combined will add to the overall larger picture. Doubling avocado prices, lemon shortages, massive fruit losses across Europe, vineyards up to 50% loss. The mini ice age crop losses are beginning.