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  •  Also drought affecting grain harvest in China (2+ / 0-)
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    Steven D, Cliss

    for the second year in a row. Last summer's record floods in Indochina severely damaged rice crops in Viet Nam and Cambodia, which are usually two high rice export countries.
    WE are not having it bad at all. If you've been aware of the events going on all over the rest of the world, you'd know that in comparison the US has been having a pretty mild time of climatic change the past several years. Those hurricanes that we are so happy are not appearing in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico are tearing up western Pacific and Indian Ocean nations as typhoons and cyclones -- they are bigger, fiercer and last longer. And if the chaos theory suddenly switches the  main region of earth's ocean/atmosphere heat transfer from there to off our eastern coast, get  ready for Katrinas and Irenes on a regular basis.  

    The people demand the fall of this regime ...

    by fourthcornerman on Sat Jul 07, 2012 at 12:21:53 AM PDT

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