1988 – Global Warming To Sharply Reduce Rice Yields

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16 Responses to 1988 – Global Warming To Sharply Reduce Rice Yields

  1. D Boss says:

    And the hurricane prediction of 40% – 50% increase is also bullchips:

    http://climatlas.com/tropical/global_running_ace.png

  2. Lance says:

    Queen had a song about this! (another bites the dust!)

  3. Farmer in Canada says:

    Here in eastern Canada, corn yield has gone up 50% since 1988.

  4. John F. Hultquist says:

    The Daily Record is our local paper, although we do not live in that town.

    What has been reduced since that 1988 article is the number of times per week the paper is published. Like meat-less Fridays, we now have paperless Fridays. That’s a 16.67% reduction.

  5. Thaipixie says:

    The biggest threat to rice yields is that millennials don’t want to work the rice paddies in SE Asia and china, they want to live in cities and work in factories because it pays a lot better and is a thousand times easier. As the poor elderly farmers retire there is no one to take over.

  6. Petit_Barde says:

    It’s baffling how much all those idiotic apocalypse prophets are always completely wrong.

    And the funniest thing is that the more they are wrong the more they shamelessly carry on spouting out their garbage.

  7. Robert Gipson says:

    I was in Louisiana in ’69 when Camille hit with gusts up to 220 mph (Yep, 220, not 120). Unlike Katrina, Camille just barely missed New Orleans. Had she taken the same track as Katrina, deaths would have topped 10,000.

    The 1935 Labor Day Hurricane was stronger than Camille.

  8. Bob says:

    Horrible this present famine. Guy in front ordered just a single pizza, absolutely no extra toppings. His four kids same order each. So painful to witness. Particularly their smudged Nike’s and sticky iPhone 11’s.

  9. gregole says:

    You can pretty much take anything the alarmists predict, and bet on the precise opposite happening and win the bet.

    All of them enemies of humanity masquerading as planetary do-gooders.

  10. Dave Roche says:

    The doctors of doom get it wrong again.
    I’m surprised Twitter block chart images. Scary that censorship is so blatant.

  11. Don Gaetano says:

    Yeah well, just wait a bit and they’ll drop, those crop yields. And those hotels in the Maldives – they’re going to be underwater resorts with glass windows and walls to view sea life, not sure where I heard that but, must be true, you know, sea level rise in feet and all. I’m at 1000′ abv sea level here in the Berks of MA. Should be safe for a few years.
    Thanks Tony.

    • republic says:

      Don,
      keep that property in the family. If the warmistas are right you or your family (if the predictions are a little slow to materialize) will soon have ocean front property. If they are wrong, you will still have a nice place in the Berks. It will take a while for the ice sheets to expand down to MA.

  12. A C Osborn says:

    It is obvious from that graph that rice production causes Global warming.
    /sarc off

    • republic says:

      I can definitely see the correlation.

      Tony can you compare a graph of rice production vs CO2 with the NOAA temperature adjustments vs CO2? To my untrained eye, both have a strong correlation and seem to explain a lot of the variance in our mysterious carbon boon. I would be interested to see how well increased production in rice explains the planet greening CO2 bounty we are experiencing. Should we be thanking NOAA or our friendly farmers for greening our planet?

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