We're All Going to Starve to Death...Again

According to the draft of a new United Nations IPCC report, "Climate Change and Land," the world's land and water resources are in dire shape.  The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's report was produced by 108 experts from 52 countries, nominated by governments, observer organizations, and IPCC bureau members.  (I don't recall getting an invitation, despite my extensive interest in energy use and food economics —  wonder why!)  The "experts" insist that deserts are expanding, extreme weather is destroying crops, and 10 percent of the Earth's people are already going without food.  Soon mankind as a whole will be short of food, millions will starve, and nations will be plunged into chaos as populations engage in warfare and mass migration in search of food. Ho...hum.  It's Thomas Malthus all over again. The U.N. climate experts have played this record so often now...(Read Full Article)
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