yesterday I did a video on basically geomagnetic activity and the possibilities of something affecting our power grid and I think you know when we when we hear about those types of events the the big thing that we have to remember is that when we when they're talking about how it would take a relatively powerful solar storm to affect our power grids it's talking about a singular event but when we have an increase in geomagnetic activity overall that is kind of putting a new constant strain on our electrical system and that alone because of its repetitious involvement could also hurt our power grids and I think that things like Manhattan Staten Island kind of the unexplained power outages that occur from that are gonna become more and more abundant and clearer to us as time goes by and we have this increase of cosmic rays and coronal mass ejections those are things that I would definitely keep an eye on the other big big thing the two big factors actually so with the grand solar minimum we have seen a decrease in our magnetosphere but there's also a pull shift happening true polar wander wander is not anything that is unusual but the way that the poles are moving now are showing signs of a pole shift which we've been overdue for so if that is indeed happening as well and Mavericks star another channel has a great information on this particular subject because again it's out of my area of expertise if the poles were to actually be going through a pole shift the magnetosphere will continue to drop and it has been dropping rather dramatically for at least the past decade I mean we are a very weak point in our magnetosphere and that just means that all of that space weather all of that energy that is constantly coming towards our planet is now able to really penetrate it and affect us and that's where these geomagnetic concerns really come into play and whether or not our telecommunications and power grids can actually withstand that it's it's a very unnerving thought if you think about it on our Channel I try and focus more on the effects of the climate cycles and how they play a role in agriculture geomagnetic events do have a role in agriculture as well because they will affect the factory farmers as Ocasio Cortez calls them I did that lady she's it does anybody else find her extremely odd anyway today I wanted to talk to you a little bit about the grain prices crops in general everything from vegetable crops to hold on a second Kiba had a dog going out into the pasture she's gonna get trampled anyway I wanted to talk to you about vegetables grains pulse crops all of these are currently worse off than what I think the world agricultural reports are saying as well as the USDA reports are saying and I and I think that there are several reasons for that I don't think it's some big conspiracy theory number one with corn we we know that we had late planting not all the crops were in the ground and on time but that doesn't mean that farmers didn't continue to plant corn so there's a lot of confusion with commenters on our channel about how all crop insurance works if the farmers are able to put in a cover crop they'll get X percent if they don't plant anything at all it's a very low percentage and if they continue to try and plant the crop so the corn after the date of the plant that prevented planting date has passed they'll actually even get even more crop insurance just because a corn crop goes in late doesn't mean that it's useless a lot of the corn crops that we've been able to grow late in the season will be used for silage and other crops just you know they can use faster growing seeds the yields just dip way down the USDA currently has our yield per acre down from like 178 bushels down to 166 I think realistically will be closer to the hundred and thirty range and because of that the fact that we've planted ninety 1.7 million acres doesn't matter the yields are what are going to matter and I don't know out of those 19 1.7 million acres how much of that is being planted for silage either it's the grains that are going to affect so many people so that is the big question around corn right now and why the USDA continues to kick the can down the road and yes they're admitting to kicking the can down the road they're not hiding this from you if you read the reports they don't have all the data and numbers that they need to have yet Farm Bureau did their own kind of research on the market because they weren't adding up with what the USDA was saying and of course their research showed that there are a lot of farmers who were having issues with the crops and that the crops being planted we're not meeting the expectations of the USDA but the USDA doesn't want to make those adjustments to the market without having all of their information gathered so instead of guessing and potentially making a guess that leads to a catastrophic market correction they're just choosing to push the numbers down the road and say hey look we couldn't get you those numbers in June maybe we'll have them to you in August so the corn crops are not as good as a lot of media has has painted this picture around them and you can get a lot of information if you search for no plant 19 or just doing a good news search for corn crops and and and crops in general for the US and you'll find a lot of information I mean the Indiana just filed for federal emergency because of the conditions of their crops Ohio farmers are talking about how it's going to take them years to recover their farm lands from the amount of rain that they've had unfortunately they're not gonna have yours it was a study that came out in 2016 that talked about how rainfall in the u.s. is expected to grow by up to 400 percent by the end of the century that is a lot of rain that's a huge growth percentage and if you mark that down to the 80 years that we have left before the end of the century you're gonna see and you know what seems like every year just more and more rain this is very small compared to where we're going farmers have been looking at better you know equipment upgrades faster tractors faster planting machines they've been looking at faster seeds so you can plant seeds that will grow the crop faster and allow them to process it sooner the biggest issue with those seeds is that it lowers the yield potential they're actually probably more natural than organic than what we've been using because what we've been using has designed to maximize our yields but the yields are going to be substantially lower I think the USDA's estimate of 166 bushels is still way too high I think they know it's gonna be way too high but it allows them to keep that number in place until we actually see the yields come in in December and then you know I think that they're a courage estimate is also way too high because it's you know right now I have a feeling part of that 90 1.7 million acres is including some cover crops including some corn silage and including a lot of corn crops they don't expect to grow at all so just because they've been planted doesn't mean that they're going to grow normally by this time of the year seventy-five percent of our corn crops are in good condition I think the last report I saw said that about 54 percent were in good condition and you know with those crops most of the corn wasn't filking out yet and normally the corn would be silking out by this time so we're really behind on these corn crops the big big threat that we're going to be facing is an early frost fall weather hurricane season there are so many things that are going to affect those corn crops and because they were planted late and and then began growing during kind of a dry spell the root systems of these crops are not as vibrant and strong as they would normally be with a normal spring to help root the plants in so they're more susceptible to any drought heat waves that come through and they're also going to be more susceptible to any storms that come through so these are very very weak crops these are crops that are are not making a lot of people very happy and with that you know we have seen some recent policies come out that support the theory of a diminishing crop the EPA you know they recently came out with their Aoife the video on that allowing the sale of e15 year-round and one of the things I talked about in that video was this stupid ethanol mandate that is literally it is putting small refineries out of business and we never want to put the small guy out of business because they make the market if you give all the power to the big refineries big oil you're going to dramatically hurt the marketplace and the the pricing that ends up going to the consumer it always does they always make it sound like you know it's going to be cheaper produced on the larger scale and then once they get you there they raise the prices through the roof just look at Obamacare that was probably the biggest example of consolidation that I can think of where prices skyrocketed I know as a as a young male my insurance went up 300% with Obamacare I don't know why anybody thought that was an Affordable Care Act baby I miss reading the he actually meant by that but that was one of the worst policies I've ever seen so anyway back to this EPA situation so the EPA has given they've increased the amount of waivers to that mandate about a week ago they increased it allowing smaller refineries to not have to abide with the mandate now basically smaller refineries don't have the capabilities of producing ethanol so they have to buy their ethanol from the bigger guys and the bigger guys who are making the ethanol in their refineries they will obviously charge the premium because they need to make a profit on that and it has actually put small refineries out of business and when I say small small owes big see if you look at the Philadelphia oil and gas company that filed bankruptcy and is almost in bankruptcy again the first time they filed was because of that mandate and the cost of buying ethanol from the larger refineries well I have an invader dog I need to go take care of anyway so the the EPA lifting that mandate on the smaller refineries is good business opens up it basically makes the ethanol market have to compete for its own viability because you now have an increased number of smaller refineries that are just able to produce fuel without having to abide by any ethanol standards and it creates more of a free market while you know allowing a 15 to be sold year round now it's starting to make a little bit of sense that gives it you know those creating the ethanol the ability to make it and sell it if it's viable but it also doesn't necessarily force everybody to have to put it into their fuel mixes the other side of this is just the fact that there's not enough grains to support the ethanol industry we've seen this in the last couple months even though the USDA reports are saying everything's fine groups like Smithfield ethanol manufacturers have all been trying to buy corn off of farmers and farmers aren't selling it they're stockpiling it why are they stockpiling it well farmers need corn just as much as anybody else and they also see a shortage coming they know what their crops are going to do they're concerned about the yields they see a shortage coming and they need to benefit off of that so they're they're holding onto their grain they're waiting for the price to go up or they need it for their own use there's a whole lot of factors going in there but there's if you read between the headlines and you do a good search you'll find the information out there farmers don't hoard corn if there's an abundance of it and they're trying to get rid of it these farmers are being offered in some cases prices nearly 2 1 percent above the commodities exchange pricing so and they're still not selling it so there's definitely a little bit of an interesting thing going on with the corn market there I will say that if you look at trade policies and you look at F in all policies and you start connecting the dots and this is a bit of a conspiracy theory but maybe it's not that I mean normally countries will work to build up their grain storage to at least a have a year's worth of supply if they think something's coming if they think we're gonna be at war or something like that they'll actually increase the their their storage capacity how do you do that in a free market you do that through policy making so if we have a lot of trade tariffs in place there's going to be less trade there's gonna be less grain moving out of the country if we support the ethanol movement but then kind of deregulate it a little bit so that it has to survive on its own people aren't gonna go out and pay the extra money for ethanol because it doesn't do anything for the environment if Evan all produces less it's going to be using less grains there are kind of things in effect right now policies that I think are allowing our country to be able to stockpile the corn we're reducing the usage we saw that earlier this year with wheat a lot of the demand for wheat went down when the supply for wheat went down so it didn't make a big difference on wheat prices I'd I haven't done enough research on everything behind the the wheat industry I mean there's a lot of information out there but I think that what we will see is attempts by governments to reduce demand looking at India India is one of those countries that I read an article the other day and this person said that Argentina and it likes Brazil we're producing so much corn that they would offset any losses that we had in the US I have news for the author of that article Brazil is one of the largest corn producers in the world with about close to 60 metric tons of corn a year as well that's where they're gonna be at this year I mean I think it's like 58 metric tons okay let's put that in comparison to the US which is 338 to 367 metric tons of corn a 10% drop and US corn production would wipe out six times this year's increase in corn production in Brazil and you're looking at smaller countries emerging countries that are increasing their agricultural supply they haven't come close to maxing out their acreage the way that we have so they do have some room to grow but they could never offset what the entire US does what China does China when we look at China the USDA and the world agricultural trade both of them have lowered their estimates for China part of that is policymaking this is what I was talking about China is creating policies to use less corn so production is going to drop because there's less of a demand for it but that's not the only issue I think with China right now you've had some major flooding in China I mean and and the flooding in China is just going to continue throughout this month I mean it's it's actually pretty terrible with the flooding in southern China or parts of China they say I've read some articles that say that the armyworm hasn't made it into the Corn Belt of China but I've also heard of farmers losing their entire crops to the worm so I'm not buying that theory I think China is in a lot of distress this year over corn so I I think I just briefly mentioned India in there what before I got into my tangent on China so India India's had a problem with grain production for the last several years their usage of grain has increased with their with chicken farmers obviously with big AG you have to have grain to feed all of those animals so India lifted tariffs on about a hundred thousand tons of corn earlier in the year but due to the current crop season and estimates going into next year India this week just lifted tariffs on another 400,000 tons of corn to help their chicken farmers so what does this tell us that's going on in India is that they're not producing enough corn to supply their market India traditionally has been politically motivated not to import any grains but there they have to they there's no way around it this this decision in India did not come lightly but they had to do it they had to lift those tariffs to get those grains in there to feed their livestock there was no other choice that they had and that is something that just happened this past week another thing that happened this past week is you looked at you look at France France just filed a national emergency for the entire country because of crop losses that happened in a single hailstorm event that covered all over Europe and you've heard about these hail storms hitting Greece Europe just massive hail storms that are that are killing people and just massively destroying crops so I think that if you look at the EU you collectively is a large grain supplier I think you're gonna look at some pretty big losses there I think the EU losses in and of themselves will offset any gains we get from Brazil I think that the u.s. losses and grains this year could exceed 10 percent which would again more than wipe out more than six times the increase of grain that we get from Brazil these are big big issues that are going on Mexico and South America have just been getting battered with bad weather and and I think that that you know it's going to continue to happen there not as you know Mexico's not as big of a grain producer but they are a pretty big grain producer and actually if you look at recent policy in Mexico and they have also agreed to lift tariffs on corn imports which means that they are recognizing the shortage so all these countries all over the world are recognizing shortages and taking action India did not recognize in their conversations the shortage in fact they tried to play it out like there was no shortage at the end of the day they had to lift the tariffs on 400,000 tons of corn because there is a shortage there's nothing you can do about it Israel is currently in a position where they only have a few months worth of grain storage to so they're probably going to be looking at ways to increase their grain storage to at least suffice for a year that is going to be a very difficult task for Israel to do right now because I think everybody else is stockpiling I think the u.s. is putting policies in place to stockpile grains I think everybody is trying to get grains and stockpile them and that you know these world grain reports the USDA reports they started out this year pretty grim they've tried to brighten the picture dramatically in the last couple months with disclosures that their numbers are inaccurate and that's basically their way of saying we don't want to cause a panic so we're just gonna put these numbers out there and we'll tell you what they really are later and so that is a lot of what we're seeing right now if you if you get online and you start reading these things pulse crops are something else that have been affected here in the US and vegetables a lot of people you know here is talking about grains we're talking about commodities pulse crops are commodity they've been relatively flat I think they've been over supplied for such a long period of time that even you know if we if we reduce the amount of crops you know it would take a little while to offset some of those pulse crops but when you when you're looking at vegetables vegetables have been in a shortage this year in the US farmers Marty if you get a farmers markets a lot of farmers markets just don't have the product put out there right now due to late plantings so you're starting to see more imports of fruits and vegetables than we've had in the past because we're not we haven't you know our our farmers have been slapped this year with bad weather changing the growing season for a lot of those vegetables is going to be a tough thing I know on our farm here we've been able to grow peppers we've been able to grow tomatoes I'm starting to see some beans come up the beans themselves came up pretty light but things like our lettuces none of them were able to really take off this year for whatever reason I think that was more to do with the seeds that we were using than anything else but there there goes another thing so when you have the stockpiling of grains and seeds and things like that the other thing that we're starting to see is farmers rushing to throw out cover crops on their fields to be able to collect on insurance policies and things like that so they're just you know snagging up all the seed that they can get from seed companies so that's gonna cause a shortage in the seed companies and I can tell you seeds our seeds that we planted for our vegetables we're a few years old the germination rate of them was was pretty lousy in my opinion part of that could have just been that you know we we put them in very rich soil that we didn't cover with mulch and there are some things I think we could have done better gardening ourselves but seeds don't last forever so if you're looking at how to prepare yourself for a minimum period I would definitely start thinking about how to cultivate your own seeds from the things that you are able to grow and buy the seeds you can now because it's what's happening in order to get cover crops in the ground and get some sort of production going throughout the Midwest there's it's going to start to cause a seed shortage and if we don't have seeds to replace those it's gonna be an even bigger problem down the road I think that things like corn those seats can last a very long time you know there's a corn shortage so that doesn't really matter anyway I wanted to do this video just to help enlighten some people on what is actually going on out there somebody asked me the other day on our channel and I I do reference the USDA charts sometimes but if you notice I use a lot of information from independent research firms I use a lot of informations from commodity trading firms because they're using independent researchers in collaboration with USDA Farm Bureau has done their own research because they don't trust with the USDA reports putting out this year but this person asked where they could find that information on the USDA website the answer is you can't because the USDA has clearly stated to everybody that their current crop numbers are inaccurate and they're looking at doing basically a a relook at all the numbers in August they want to see how some of these light plantings work out before they just put out a number because if they put it out now I have a feeling it would be a very very scary number and the last thing that our government wants to do is cause a massive panic but this is like you're one of eighty we've got a long way to go and it's going to intensify as time goes by to the point where the tonnage that I'm talking about in crops right now would seem like the golden years these are things that I'm putting out there to the agricultural community I'm putting them out there to the general public to help educate and and help people realize what's between the lines I used to before we moved out here I was in commercial real estate but as a side hobby how I spent a lot of my time was by day trading and a lot of the things that I traded were currencies and commodities so it's research that I have spent years learning you know in different markets and different industries and so to look at what is actually going on now that the information I would use to make my trading decisions versus the information that I'm seeing coming out of USDA government resources is wildly different this is one of those moments when I would be you know jumping to invest everything I had into a theory because I thought it would it would work because it definitely the news articles are there there's every single day there's some sort of information a pulse farmer filing bankruptcy there's information every day hitting the markets on different parts of our country having issues with the weather if you take that information and you quantify it and you look at the regions that are being hit and you look at our agricultural production maps it it could be a very surprising year when the final numbers all come in we were able to wade through the the wheat situation of 2018 a lot of that has has been higher predictions for wheat in 2019 wheat goes in at the end of the year so when we're talking about wheat from 2018 we're actually talking about the crop that was harvested earlier in 2019 so if you look at crop years a lot of times you'll see 2018 2019 or 2019 2020 sometimes I'll be talking about 2018 2019 as the current crop 2019 2020 is the current crop that depends on the part of the world you're in because we have different growing seasons so all of that could be a little confusing to the novice but if you start to research it and start to understand it you're going to start to see weaknesses across the board for this time frame in crop production weaknesses in every country from Ukraine to Russia to India to I mean not every country Brazil and Argentina are doing well but most of the big producers of grains pulse crops and I think we're starting to see a major setback and fruits and vegetables we did see a major setback in fruits very early on the year in Australia strawberries were devastated so as time rolls by it's gonna become more and more real the USDA and the world agricultural trade are going to have to adjust their numbers down they're going to have to figure out a way to soften that blow as they do it and I don't think they figure that out yet but they have made it very clear that the numbers that they're putting out are inaccurate so I don't think it's some conspiracy theory I don't think that they're lying to us I do think that there is a sense of lateral damage that they're trying to do and and making sure that when they do report their statistics they are as accurate as they could possibly be because if they overstate the losses that's gonna be bad if they understate the losses that's going to be bad if they came out with a number of where it should be this year and just said we're sticking with that for now you know we all don't trust it so it's leaves the market kind of edgy it leaves it in choppy trade but it also doesn't completely disrupt it so there's a there's a scenario there that works and it's probably the better route for them to take when we really aren't able to fully comprehend what the yields are gonna be and that's the big big big question out there not the amount of acres planted but the yields of those acres I saw a it was either a Mozilla Missouri or Illinois newscast where the the news reporter was standing out in the cornfield that looked like it was growing pretty healthy she walked over five feet and you could see the other half of the cornfield and it was just the point of that was just to show that yes that all of that acreage was plant but a large percentage of it is not healthy it's not doing what it should be doing the health of the US corn market the health of the US soybean market both of these markets corn and soybeans have been downgraded substantially from where they should have been based on the last five years as far as crop health so those are two very big markets for food grain production and they're gonna have a big impact on almost everything that we eat obviously for the vegetarians out there I would encourage you to go out and check out your local farmer stands I'm sure some of you have some great farmer stands with packed with stuff but I'm sure there are many others of you who will comment below and be like there's nothing they haven't even opened up yet this year and that is because they're all affected by this these weather patterns that we have had and these weather patterns are not driven by manmade global warming this is something that even the NOAA makes very clear on their website all climate change begins with the Sun the Sun is what controls the climate of our planet man-made global warming has taken the term climate change and branded it to a theory that only considers man-made impacts on the environment so if they're only studying the activities of mankind and you know what were what we're putting into the environment and how those variables affect the environment the problem with the science the problem with the math and the reason why the IPC estimates have never reached the points that they've said for years are going to reach I mean back in the 80s when we were at 350 million parts they of co2 they said if it went any higher the world was pretty much gonna crash now we're over 400 parts per million there estimates have never come to fruition and the reason being is that they're only including as variables into their study man-made components and attributes they're not considering anything that has to do with mother nature our planets ability to consume co2 our planets ability to put co2 out the planet actually is the largest producer of co2 it's also the largest consumer of co2 plants are a large consumer of co2 but the oceans are much larger consumer of co2 because of the plant life in the ocean the plankton take all the co2 die off and carry it to the bottom of the ocean so there's there's all these cycles that they're not taking into consideration and then the other big thing that even the NOAA talks about is you know with the weaker magnetosphere an increase in cosmic rays we're going to see a substantial increase in in lower cloud cover which not only reflects sunlight but it is also taking all that water vapor that's in the atmosphere and condensing it and that's what's creating these bigger rainstorms it's putting the water back down to earth where water vapor has been slowly just filling our atmosphere over the years is the largest greenhouse gas we now have kind of a reversal going on that's taking that water vapor condensing it into clouds and dropping it again in a greenhouse effect you do have you know some condensation and evaporation dahl that type of stuff precipitation and it's more widespread when we when we have something that's going on right now we're having a lot a substantial amount of water being pulled together by clouds and you're having these downpours you know where storms used to be two inches of one and a half inches of rain and then you know they started to become two inches of rain you know by the end of this year we're gonna start seeing three and a half inches of rain it's kind of a normal thing there's going to be more and more rain that's why those studies have showed you know a 400% increase in rainfall by the end of the century and that it's just a massive change that our planet is going through that doesn't mean that you can't survive it that doesn't mean that you can't be comfortable in it but it does mean that you're going to have to adapt to the changes you can't rely on big AG that heavily relies on a warmer more humid climate with basically a more regulated rainfall system you you now have to be able to rely on the ability to adapt to these extreme weather events to plants normal growth cycles and you know you're not gonna be able to eat everything you want to eat year-round either all everything's changing this is a a pretty massive change it happens extremely faster than a global warming period would if you look at the warming periods over the decades versus the cooling periods over the decades generally the cooling periods are significantly smaller but the changes in climate the changes in weather are extremely severe when we drop down into those periods and then they slowly warm back up again and slowly adjust back up again the best way that I can explain it is you know like our boat we we used to take a light bulb and stick it in the compartment the engine compartment of the boat if we didn't have it winter ice on time and that light bulb would continue to radiate heat as long as it stayed on and it would take a while to warm up the engine compartment but once it warmed it up it's it's usually would stay above freezing for a pretty good period of time however and the engine compartment is insulated when you turn that light bulb off it cools off about ten times faster than it took to heat it up and then you can run this experiment anywhere that you have a a small area if you're using a light bulb but even if you're putting on in your house you'll notice that you know when you turn the air conditioner on a lot of times we notice that the most because we're uncomfortable it's hot we need to cool off but it really only takes about 15 minutes to cool the house off during the wintertime if you walk into a house that hasn't had heat on it could take up to an hour to bring the temperatures down to where you need up to where you need it to be heating takes a lot more time than cooling and that's the the big thing that we have to realize about the cycle that we're going into is that when we talk about global warming global cooling the weather events that occur during a cool-off period are more impactful to us then the actual drop in temperature I am gonna do a video on global cooling vs. global warming the and the myths that people create over global warming that's a whole other topic I've probably talked enough right now just on the grain and corn subject so I'll let you guys go stay tuned you know we are a ranch so some of our videos are not related to you know weather and climate we have a mix of videos on our channel I prefer to keep it that way even though I know that a lot of our viewers do enjoy this content but part of what we are trying to do is help people learn to become more self sustainable that would mean going out and learning how to repair your own equipment learning how to plant things learning how to raise chickens all of that is I think critical and important for people to learn and understand and so that is the primary purpose of our channel these videos are more educationally driven to explain to people why learning all that stuff right now is important it takes years for people to actually learn how to become self-sufficient and I'll probably do a separate video on that explaining why I think it takes years for people to learn how to become self-sufficient and ways that people can basically make sure that if something happened tomorrow they'd have the resources don't learn as they go you


  1. OK he mentions CME's, Plasma, and Magnetic fields then immediately tells you he doesnt know what that science really is. SO Ya lets hear your comments. Magnetic field shift takes more than 1200 years to complete so its not new. Its not affecting any thing on the surface of the E. ya know I amnot gunna debunk this guy Just remember at the start hes states he dont know about science stuff.

  2. Yes, I find her odd. I have some conservative ideas and some liberal ideas. Guess I am a true moderate. Not wishy washy, just wanting to consider all things based on their merit, if there is any. But for some reason I find her so abrasive and so irritating that I don't listen to her or her ideas at all. Maybe some of them are worth consideration but I'll never know because I am so repelled by her demeanor. I feel embarrassed for her and I don't know why. Guess I just don't like abrasive people.

  3. I started a vegetable garden in my yard this spring but the lack of rain IN NORMANDY makes it impossible… It didn't rain at all this month of July !! and everyday they say TOMORROW…

  4. Fantastic talk man, you tell like it is. Scarry but true. I've been following the Midwest flooding since it started in my opinion consumers may put up with shortages for a season but when reality hits and they have another in the following season ……God Save Us.

  5. Concerning what he said about Obamacare. It makes sense when you look at immigration. In the 13 years from 1998 to 2011 we added 44 million people due to immigration and their anchor babies. But the total number of hours worked remained the same at 196 billion hours. What they did was make sure that working class people were cut in terms of hours worked per week so immigrants could have jobs.

    Might I point out that the population of Mexico in 1950 was 28 million. Today there are 34 million Mexican Americans and 132 million
    people in Mexico. Solving the over population problems of Latin America, Africa, the Mideast and Asia is way beyond our ability.

    This man is one of the most intelligent commenters on GSM and agriculture.

  6. Brazil and Argentina had problems during their spring in late 2018 from cold and rain. Waiting to see what happens with them in their coming growing season. (Which isn't here yet)

  7. AOC odd? Actually she's perfect! Someone took an average whacko snowflake and did a full lobotomy on it 🙂

  8. On the opening topic of Climate change and the impact of Anthropogenic (man made) CO2, you need to read this research report which does a nice job of explaining the carbon cycle… http://junksciencearchive.com/Greenhouse/index.html I stumbled upon this article back in 2008 and began to understand the hoax of climate change. Another great source is the research by Prof. Murray Salby who has developed the formula for Anthropogenic CO2 impact on global climate. This presentation was from 4 years ago. he's continued to present on the subject even though he was fired by the University which originally hired him to research Climate Change and the Human CO2 factor.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCya4LilBZ8&t=3547s

  9. Just want to throw this out there. There are two vids that explain how GSM is an 11 year cycle that doesn't have a major role in temperature change.

  10. When you pull a nonsense statement about OAC out of the air… that she is "weird", you destroy your own credibility. What does "weird" mean? If you have a criticism, you should make an argument, not indulge in name calling.

  11. My chickens killed of my grass, everything killed off my chickens.. Summer heat killed off my gardens..mesquite and cactus still standing.. Can anybody help ..

  12. Are these "hot rains" that are caused by increased cloud build up from the GSM causing the RECORD snow pack melting?

  13. I like your video but you seem to think everyone in our government is honest and trying to correct a problem which in this case doesn't exist. The Al Gore and IPPC crew have no interest in climate science its just their profit model and how to extract taxes from governments / people like us for their benefit. The truth is with all the pier reviewed science of true climatologists that have not sold their soul to evil.we are interning the Eddie minimum and this crop disruption will intensify and we need to make changes in ag. production now.

  14. in bc canada here have raised beds near three feet high 5 feet wide 20 to 33 feet long haha 33 , lots of our saved seeds did not sprout store bought seeds did not sprout kept planting anything some grew some never.
    squash and brockly that never really changed since transplant, tomatoes where if we get 3 tomatoes from a plant we will be lucky, you cant understand the soil is so much better then the year before and the year before,
    garlic that the scapes never escaped they are low in the stem busting out seen before but this is odd
    beets that have like elbows on the leaf stems. mass amounts of my beets are going to seed.
    it rains for 4 days and one day of sun and the soil is dry 2 inches deep
    my garden is not alone i am seeing same stuff in other gardens

  15. We are in the middle of a currency war/crisis. Which is why you see all the Chinese trade agreements. People spread global warming agendas to confuse voters to gain power against the blue collar workers

  16. This dude looks like a bad ass. I can see him going into foreign countries and overthrowing governments.

  17. 91mil and 80 mil acres are a joke yields will be lucky to see 120. Im betting on an early frost in our area which we are way beyond due

  18. OBAMA was the one that spearheaded the e-15 production in Nebraska and that is why Trump is pushing the EPA to mess with these smaller producers….it's Trump yall!

  19. Remember, we invented the scientific method so we couldn't lie to ourselves. It's too convenient to conflate all of these matters. We should thinking about the policy decisions by this administration that are making the farmers situation very bad. Moving the USDA is a clear move that will set us back in research against other countries. USDA is being strangled to death by TRUMP. On top of that the EPA is not allowing ethanol production year round because of oil interests. This trade war is causing major issues on top of an environmental reasons. If you want to see some big ag inspiration, look at Jason Mauck coming up with innovative ideas with constant canopy interlacing crops.

  20. To whom it may concern or to whom is interested another very good channel to follow on YouTube is adapt 2030 …

  21. 2 mountains in Colorado had J
    HIKERS AFFECRED BY ELECTRICAL CURRENT …arching to metal on hiking gear…hair standing straight up in heads… literally.. ringing and buzzing in heads etc


  23. Where we lived near Toledo Ohio was called the "Black Swamp". It had to be drained to be livable.
    I imagine that all of that water should be returning at some point.

  24. Listen… WE ARE HEADED FOR A GLOBAL FOOD MELTDOWN….the media is doing an exceptional job and only reporting events locally MILLIONS of people are displaced and lost everything AND NOT ONE WORD IN THE MEDIA …. ESPECIALLY IN NORTH AMERICA
    ….. the UNITED NATIONS spiritual literature reveals the ENTIRE GLOBALIZATION AGENDA …. they hide nothing in it ….. Canada SOLD THE CANADIAN WHEAT BOARD TO A GLOBAL GRAIN GROUP named G3 OWNED by USA…AND SAUDI ARABIA
    … how many other countries HAVE DONE THE SAME AND NOBODY SAYS A THING???? This ONE EVENT WILL ALLOW the implementation of the NWO*( GLOBALIZATION) ..as the literature exposes the NWO as spiritual communism basically where all NATIONS SHARE resources *( can u see the elite of this world SHARING ANYTHING WITH THE MASSES???? NOT……) the UN's literature GLORIFIES LUCIFER WHILE DOING IT .. I am 100% serious I can prove every word…. are people paying premiums to companies NOT PAYING CLAIMS??????? WE HEAR NOTHING ABOUT THIS EITHER ….. nothing about ANY OF IT …. MILLIONS ARE GOING TO STARVE FIRST …before help comes..people will BEG FOR THE NWO….. THEY ARE ALREADY AVOIDING PANIC WITH MEDIA BLACKIUT and distractions like the new story about STORMING AREA 51
    ( which is a government psyop..u need to see how Facebook catalyzed the whole thing while censoring the shit out of every other topic…. ITS IN ON PURPOSE… know as well that the solar radiation and UV ARE AT CRITICAL LEVELS in many places and it will exponentially get worse*( TIBET was at a level 20 on the UV INDEX AND THIS IS ALOT MORE THAN SUNBURN TO WORRY ABOUT …) places likenFlorida and California are at level 14…. UV INDEX used to go to 1-10 ….now goes from 1-15…… I have research papers proving that*( geoengineering which is SOLAR RADIATION MANAGEMENT ) DEPLETES OZONE …. did you know there was an ANOMALOIUUS breaking of the QUASI BENNIAL OCILLATION ..where I have a NASA paper of them predicting it because of SOLAR RADIATION MANAGMENT ……I also have other papers from Caltech saying planet 9 has tilted the entire solar system 6 degrees ( in 2016) twisting it out of alignment .. . even a possible ejection of a planet out of solar system….. just recently in Clorado on TWO DIFFERENT MOUNTAINS *( there is a local news report on youtube) hikers were affected by an ELECTRICAL CURRENT ….ringing buzzing popping in their heads and bodies….ARCING FROM METAL ON EQUIPMENT ….HAIR ON BODIES AND HEADS STANDING STRAIGHT UP….
    . I have a handful of new papers proving There is a serious problem and not just over the poles either….

  25. All I can say is thank you for your very all inclusive/informative pod cast….have listened to many and this is the best

  26. First & most essential step for food growing: HEALTHY SOIL
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