Climate to Devastate
Global Agriculture within Ten Years
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Press Release 2-2015
9:00 AM EDT
The Space and Science
Research Corporation (SSRC) announces today that the predicted new cold climate will soon begin to end the historic era of
growth in US and global agricultural output that began after the end of World War II. Specifically, as a result of recent
events on the Sun and changes in the Earth's climate, the SSRC again warns that record crop yields and volume in the US and
Canadian corn, wheat, and soybean belts are about to end. The SSRC expects the first substantial damage could be observed
at any time but certainly within the next ten years.
This new announcement is based on a well researched set of new climate trends of oceanic
and atmospheric temperatures, and solar activity.
The SSRC believes as long as the Sun continues its solar hibernation (a once every
206 year cold climate event) that we are on the precipice of a long term drop in global temperatures. It is entirely possible
that the decades-long period of record global agricultural output that our world has enjoyed will soon be over, perhaps for
prediction is accentuated by the fact that governments worldwide and their agricultural corporations, systems, and farmers,
are preparing for more global warming and doing nothing to adapt to the ongoing transition to a new potentially dangerous
According to SSRC President Mr. John L. Casey, "The era of bumper crops that the US and Canadian breadbasket
has been delivering for decades, is about to come to an end. The production levels seen in recent years are unsustainable
in view of the dramatic decline in temperatures we are expected to see. Unfortunately, the world's agricultural industry and
our fellow citizens are totally unprepared for the new cold climate."
The rationale for the SSRC prediction of devastation
to global agriculture within ten years is available for download from the press release page of the web site for the SSRC