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Is climate change leading to world hunger issues?

  1. Sayyeda Zonah profile image59
    Sayyeda Zonahposted 3 years ago

    Is climate change leading to world hunger issues?

    What are your perspectives on this issue? Or do you think that hunger issues are not due to climatic changes?

  2. cjhunsinger profile image73
    cjhunsingerposted 3 years ago

    Sayyeda

    Climate Change theology is a fraudulent political scam evolved to drain people of their money, via taxes and their freedom via a global disaster scenario. One can always measure the veracity of a claim by it's proponents and the war of vilification on it's opponents. Another measure is the amount of guilt that is attached to such a claim and here humanity is a virus.
    Where are these hunger issues and do they coincide with poor agriculture practices. the lack of entrepreneurial talents?
    It was not long ago that evidence of global warming was the lowering of water levels in the Great Lakes until it was discovered that the land was rising forcing the waters to flow out into the Atlantic. The cause was that the land was and is slowly rising back to its original state after being compressed by glaciation and the last Great Ice Age.

    1. lone77star profile image84
      lone77starposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Bravo, CJ. A good application of reason.

  3. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    It's been reported that in the U.S. we (throw away) enough food annually to feed Canada. This planet has plenty of food sources!
    The Ice Ages began 2.4 million years ago and lasted until 11,500 years ago. During this time, the earth's climate repeatedly changed between very cold periods, during which glaciers covered large parts of the world and very warm periods during which many of the glaciers melted.
    In essence climate change has been going on for millions of years!
    There has always been starving people on this planet. If one insists upon living in a place where crops don't grow and animals are sparse they're bound to go hungry. People who (refuse to adapt) to circumstances around them don't survive. Historically man has always sought greener pastures. You can't change the seasons. You have to learn to work with the seasons. We either adapt or die.
    Another issue at hand is food (distribution). There have been many documented instances where rich countries have donated food, medicines, and various other supplies to poor countries only to see the "dictators" keep (their people) from getting it.

    1. lone77star profile image84
      lone77starposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      No, DS. The Ice Age is still ongoing. Look it up. The Holocene is merely the latest interglacial period. Like the Eemian, it's destined to last only a few thousand years before the next 100,000-year glacial period

  4. lone77star profile image84
    lone77starposted 3 years ago

    The buzzword "Climate Change" is such a farce. How?

    Climate has been changing for 4.5 billion years on this planet.

    The "fact" that humans have been causing Global Warming is itself a lie. Though the following video has its problems with some facts, it does help shed some light on the topic.

    The Great Global Warming Swindle
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=52Mx0_8YEtg

    The psychopathic elite (many of the corporate heads, royalty, etc.) are trying to sell us on Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) as a big problem, but it's not. Since global warming stopped 17 years ago, the need to reduce our carbon footprints evaporated. They stand to make $Trillion$ off of this scam.

    Human pollution is bad, but CO2 is not a pollutant. It's a vital gas of life.

    And -- hold onto your sanity -- Global Warming is good! Why? Because warming means more evaporation, more clouds, more rain, more plant growth, more food! Even if humans are affecting an increase in temperature worldwide, it would be a good thing. We have numerous examples from history of years without summer when people starved because of Global Cooling.

    The psychopaths who want Global Cooling don't tell us that we're already in an Ice Age (ongoing for the last 2+ million years). The Holocene is merely a slight warming period during this ongoing Ice Age. The last interglacial -- the Eemian -- lasted only about 16,000 years. If the Holocene is anything like the Eemian, then we might have another 4,000 years of relative warmth before another 100,000 years of massive glaciation.

    Those psychopaths don't tell us that cooling means less rain and more starvation!

    Some insane scientists (those who are bought off by the big bucks of this "climate change" hysteria) talk about seeding the atmosphere to reflect back more sunlight in order to cool the planet. They talk about nano-aluminum, barium and other poisonous substances. But it's not theoretical. It's already happening and it's called "chemtrails" or "geoengineering."

    One of the things I liked about leaving America was no longer having to look at the persistent jet trails in the sky. It was starting to feel like prison. The milky white of chemical spraying is indeed reflecting back more sunlight, but global cooling is the most dangerous thing we can create. The first 40 years of jet traffic, I never saw these persistent chemtrails. Now, they're all over the US and Europe.

 
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