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    Possible Safe Zones During the Grand Solar Minimum Risk Assessment

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    Post  Carol Sun Feb 16, 2020 7:16 am


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXRw8YspHrw&feature=emb_logo
    Possible Safe Zones During the Grand Solar Minimum Risk Assessment
    (Celeste Solum 1/5)

    Celeste Solum author of Electromagnetic Radiation Protection Solutions and David DuByne from ADAPT 2030 discuss hardening your home during unseasonable cold and possible safe locations across the planet during the Grand Solar Minimum so you can protect your families during these changing times.

    •What is Your Skill Set to Prepare for the Grand Solar Minimum
    •Sudden Stratospheric Warming Event the beginning of 2020 to cool the N. Hemisphere
    •Getting a plant to protect perrenial plants from unseasonable cold / indoor Tower Garden
    •Pipes begin to freeze in the SE USA as they are not deep enough in the ground
    •Head to the basement in a blizzard or freeze event power outage
    •Different water bodies and rivers will freeze winter 2019-2020
    •Possible safe zones during the Grand Solar Minimum
    •Stranded crops in Canada and delayed planting 2020 forecast already
    •Will political instability cease when food becomes the most valuable commodity on the planet


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    Post  Carol Sun Feb 16, 2020 9:07 am

    Cold will push down into panhandle of America (2 feet deep frozen ground), Midwest, Eastcoast, Scandinavian countries. The river Themes will not freeze but off the east coast see ice cover early in the season.

    Transcript:

    I hope we can talk a little bit about maybe some timelines and you know everybody's talking about the weather and the changes and that's great but maybe we could talk today a little bit more about how to prepare for a few of these things that are coming up because everybody has a skill set currently that you can use to be able to prepare something for these changes coming there's nobody that I know that doesn't have a skill set that can't use that we've learned through our lives just basically walking around that we can truly get ready and when you get ready in the mind it seems that things are just a little more doable. They're just a little more containable you think a little bit differently, acted a little bit differently. So if you have a whole crew of people, or a whole community around you that's prepared some what the moves from A to B are going to be so much smoother than they would be of just as chaotic ness of having to start from square zero with nothing versus what we're talking about today's some of the changes and maybe some of the simple solutions that we can all implement. Well we do have something that's breaking right now that you're only about the stratospheric event tell us about that. Yeah first, uh the mainstream media is gonna try to run with this because it's a warming event but it's happening up at the ten millibar level way up in the atmosphere at 30,000 feet, but they're trying to now claim that global warming is causing the sudden stratospheric warming event although this is a regular thing it used to happen now here's the projection of where we're going in the future and what has happened in the past.

    The southern hemisphere it rarely happens and it happened this year and it's only the second time in the last 120 years that it's happened in the southern hemisphere. It does happen. It's incredibly rare down there incredibly intense that that really froze out New Zealand parts of Australia, Tasmania but our northern here hemispheric, or the sudden stratospheric warming used to occur about once every three years and then in 1950s and 40s when you go back 20s, 30s, 40s it would occur but once every seven years, but since say the 1980s until just a few years ago was about once every three years. Now it's occurring every single year and so when the mainstream media comes out and tries to blame co2 on the sudden stratospheric warming and warming up in the ten millibar levels where this thing is pegged at and we're looking up in that the jet stream level there where airplanes fly they're trying to say that
    it's gonna be a co2 based thing. You bad human. We need more global taxes to stop. I don't care how much tax you put at this thing it's never gonna stop. These events they're natural but what that means is there's a forty degrees Celsius increase in temperature up. At that incredibly high level in our sky and what it does it has a dome pusci pact which that heat will displace the whole entire Arctic airmass. Literally everything at North is going to be pushed off center about 10 to 15 degrees latitude. Possibly more this one's going to be an extreme it's one of the most intense that they've ever seen.

    So they're expecting 20 to 30 degree Fahrenheit below normal temperatures in the UK and Sweden and when we get in here to do not States this cold is going to push all the way down into the panhandle of Florida.

    Now this is not going to be a single one or two day then. This is a multi-week in a month six-week event. So the temperatures that we're going to start experiencing all the way through the beginning of the year are going to be abnormally cold. Caveat, on the west coast of the US it's going to remain the same temperatures may be a little bit above normal but as we get into the Midwest and almost all of Canada everything over to the east coast and down south into the southeast us all the Scandinavian countries parts of Spain, France, England, Central Europe really going to get chilly there. So keep that on your you know moving forward as to the they're gonna have to try to explain it away and of course the word 'warming'i's in the title, hence they're going to try to peg it on you and co2, but it's the
    Sun. Absolutely. I know and I just looked at and we're supposed to be hovering around coasts, below zero, but very little precipitation, so I'm seeing that places are getting dumped with precipitation - but as far as this neck of the woods - we're not getting the precipitation, but we are getting the bitter cold.

    Unseasonably, as they would say below zero cold and i guess my concern for those of us that are farmers, grow our food, is any of us have perennial plants and you don't have the sewer? is very insulating and if you don't have that insulation, people that have established perennial plants trees, they get their root systems can freeze in these people able to grow temperatures and that's when you start seeing plants and so you know this is another factor that we're gonna have to look at next year that we don't haven't experienced before.

    I was gonna say, you know, Martin Armstrong just did a really good article, but he dug up an enormous amount of information of handwriting's from people that would be famous through our history. Here in the United States, politically about what they'd seen in farming conditions down in Virginia and what is now Washington DC. In that whole area the ground froze to 2 feet deep down there during this time so they were saying it was as hard as concrete. Up to 2 feet down. Now you got to think back and when you come down in Louisiana Mississippi, they only put the pipes a few feet down and we already saw last year and this year pipes breaking, freezing. Millions and millions and millions of dollars of broken infrastructure due to frozen pipes. They're just not used to these temperatures but here we're talking about extreme cold. So what's something that you could do to prepare for this because you have to think like the responders would think or the people in the you know.

    Celeste, you would know better than I. In the FEMA community here when it's going to get extreme cold you know what are some things that people could prep out for.

    My first thing is you know more firewood, more food. different things, get insulation in your home or be able to block off some windows, or some kind of draught points. Because everybody knows their homes or their apartments. forever they're living, where you know some cold air seeps. Might be coming in the thermostat adjustments and everybody else is going to be doing the same thing. Drawing more electricity to keep their homes heated. Warmer. I mean it's just something you can do in your own house by cooking something on the stove, or how do you retain heat. There's just an enormous amount of things to think about for home heating, and and if your electricity were to turn off during this time due to overdraw on the grid, like did happen in Canada, where do you go what's gonna happen. I'm gonna say head to the basement because that's the
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    warmest place to be. That retaining wall of 10 feet deep down there is gonna keep some heat and your above-ground structure is gonna get really cold, but I think you could survive in the basement and that's just one of the basic techniques of cold weather winter survival on a power out. Just head to the basement but do you know any other ideas of what people could do to keep their homes ready. So if you do heat with wood and you have multiple levels to your home then you want to go to the next level above where your heat source is. So like I don't heat my upstairs. I'm on the level of people, so I've got plants and stuff growing up.

    I never have to heat it is the heat rises, so if you are heating, it's like a woods, you can go up to the attic or the second floor, or whatever unless your stove is in basements. I know how their wood stoves in the basement and you're fine the main look or effects love up but heat does rise. just but yes went down in a bass that you have that moderate he
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    doctor of because most basements are
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    it's partially underground and you know
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    even if it's two three feet
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    maybe some I'm sure more if you're on a
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    hillside or whatever so they you've got
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    that mop rating it's gonna be you stay
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    about the 50s create more and you were
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    talking something that there's business
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    gonna be like a two hundred there's
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    something something that's like a two
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    hundred year event what is that yeah
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    what is that we only have historical
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    writings to go by and when Franklin and
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    and Jefferson were writing about their
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    accounts of you know the crop conditions
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    at the time and how cold that ground
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    became and you know when you think about
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    Virginia and Tennessee you're thinking
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    pretty far south North Carolina two foot
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    deep frozen ground to the to the
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    consistency of concrete that is a very
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    deep freeze we have never experienced
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    anything and also I might either want to
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    throw something in here I was speaking
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    to a gentleman was telling me about the
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    Potomac River
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    I said yeah the Potomac that's where you
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    know they dragged the cannons across
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    during the Revolutionary War because it
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    froze over so thickly that they could
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    take horseback wagons and cannons across
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    and then he said to me oh did you see
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    what's happening to the Potomac this
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    year and I said no I were not really I
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    was thinking it was a big flowing river
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    and he's like check out this video where
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    somebody walked it the entire width of
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    the river and only ever got to about
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    need and maybe thigh deep so if the
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    water levels already this low for this
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    year and it hasn't really rained that
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    much to have her since to refill the
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    river a water body that deep is going to
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    freeze much much much faster
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    solid completely than something that's
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    20 feet deep that's flowing so again we
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    can start to see some of these repeats
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    in history the River Thames is not going
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    to freeze because it's been dredged out
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    since the time of the ice bears so when
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    we come back you know we got two
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    different sets of history going on here
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    both in the States and over in Europe so
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    look for different water bodies to
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    freeze and especially you know the bays
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    in the u.s. going out off the east coast
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    if it does get that cold for this
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    prolonged period of time for weeks
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    you're gonna start to see a lot of ice
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    cover really quickly well early into the
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    season you know is that the reason that
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    other countries are you know
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    commissioning more and more icebreakers
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    in the US is lagging behind with a
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    couple broken down ones and you know
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    ones that were shipped in between
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    hemispheres to run missions for the
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    climate scientists I don't know about
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    yeah when we look back in history I
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    think since we haven't seen it and we
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    really don't have records the only thing
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    we can do is use the accounts of people
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    that we would trust in history because
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    people were literally beyond reproach
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    and they were much more trusted in the
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    writings at that point you know when you
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    go back to different parts in history it
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    was just a whole different context on
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    what you wrote and what was believable
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    versus today in the media I would much
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    prefer to read something from 150 years
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    ago 200 250 years ago in terms of
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    exploration or just accounts of on the
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    ground versus you know today has
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    manipulated narratives so some things
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    because I deal with minus 50 degrees
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    here in Montana and I know that not
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    everybody is going to experience minus
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    50 but if you do get around freezing to
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    feet you're gonna have to implement some
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    of these things yourself you're gonna
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    have to excuse me pay particular
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    attention to your pipes and what I do is
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    I open up like my bathroom cabinet doors
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    and anything you want open you want to
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    heat service if you have electricity but
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    a little space heater there um and then
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    also turn
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    water now a very interesting experience
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    laughter it wasn't - it was - Turkey but
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    no I did those things the pipe still
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    froze and don't let that discourage you
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    what I did was I have a wood stove and
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    then I have a fireplace with a wood
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    insert I got both those cranked up I
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    think it was like 90 degrees in the
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    house and after about five or six hours
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    the pipes did unfreeze
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    but this happening this is the first
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    time that's ever happened so it didn't
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    you could have - 50 thought I was doing
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    it at minus 30 and I thought this is
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    some new the ground is colder and so I
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    think gonna see this again this year so
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    it's just some ideas of what you can do
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    protect your pipes
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    some people can use there's a tape that
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    a heat that you can put around your
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    pipes but you know that's only effective
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    if you can have power so you know you're
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    gonna have to develop a contingency plan
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    for water if their bites do these and
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    not only your water but also your faced
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    and drink water social servers they need
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    to really think about everybody should
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    have some water stored just you know for
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    yourself in your pets you have pets
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    just in case white sugary for a period
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    of time and and then have a waste
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    containment set up in case something
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    happens in that life as simple as a
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    5-gallon bucket on and leaf bags a
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    toilet seat and you can store feces
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    separate and ensure your and in plants
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    whatever if you want it's something
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    about but those are just some ideas so
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    my questions for you
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    our artless mutual listeners and they
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    are chomping at the bit to know haha
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    chomp away
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    so hey chomp away at five wait this is
    15:46
    life so if anybody out there in the
    15:49
    audience has questions feel free to ask
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    and we'll get these questions to us so
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    what are the cheapest agents in Europe
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    if your research and understanding of
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    the many different factors that are
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    coming down as far as cosmic terrestrial
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    Earth changes even political so what
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    would you say the two things twenty well
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    in terms of weather safety North Africa
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    you know Tunisia somewhere around there
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    Morocco because even during the maunder
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    minimum they were still crop growing
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    regions and when we go back to the Roman
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    grain growing areas you know say two
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    thousand years ago those have gone
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    through had gone through several you
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    know grand solar minimums with the
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    Romans in charge still growing grains
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    down there while the rest of Europe
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    froze more north
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    safety-wise politically you know people
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    with different risk assessments as well
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    I looked at the the sea surface
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    temperatures in the Mediterranean just
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    today on the west right near the left
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    side are going west of Italy over out to
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    the you know Straits there at Gibraltar
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    incredibly cold a couple degrees Celsius
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    below normal but when you get over
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    toward Turkey that heat is there and
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    they're expecting because of the heating
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    water with some of these massive storms
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    that will be coming through to get
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    excessive snows through Turkey and when
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    you start talking to look about in
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    Central Asia
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    places in the caucuses you know water
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    bodies regulate heat a lot more than
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    would be a central if you're getting a
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    continental weather system versus an
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    ocean weather system but you look up in
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    the UK and England and that sort of
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    thing often to Denmark the water
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    currents are behaving a little
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    differently coming out of the Atlantic
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    Ocean to so we're getting a lot of
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    changes and again the first thing you
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    think about is your risk assessment of
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    what's risky
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    for you or what's not risky because I
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    could say go to this place like North
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    Africa do you feel safe going to Tunisia
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    or Morocco a lot of people would say no
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    a lot of people would say yes there's
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    abundant opportunity there depends how
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    you want to take it on can you work with
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    the local population there can you learn
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    the language can you blend with the
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    customs can you adopt to the food can
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    you change a little bit of lifestyle
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    because you're not gonna be able to
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    drink alcohol if you're in Tunisia and
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    Morocco and if you do it's gonna be very
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    few and far between so if you're used to
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    having a lot of alcohol all the time
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    beers wines and things you're gonna have
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    to shop you're gonna that's gonna be a
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    shift you know other places that you
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    might want to look at again Adriatic Sea
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    areas I'm a fan of Croatia because
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    looking back in the history there you
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    know that little bit of water is able to
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    keep things quite a bit warmer than the
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    rest of Europe just because of that
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    heating effect off that little sea in
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    there although we traveled in Croatia in
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    it was about 20 degrees Fahrenheit below
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    normal last year one of Christmas in New
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    Year's when we went there and traveling
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    but predominantly everybody says it
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    stays incredibly warm compared to the
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    rest of Europe that's why a lot of
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    people like to go down on holiday right
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    along that coast there all the way down
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    into Montenegro etc because that's a
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    microclimate by itself not the food
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    amazing people and it's still very
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    European style but I have a few other
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    Nuggets that I've been trying to look at
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    as well the Ukraine now again you know a
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    city the people pedasi talking about the
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    Ukraine he's got but again it's all
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    about risk assessment and understand
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    that that's going to become another
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    breadbasket during the times of famine
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    around the other parts of the planet
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    that is gonna grow an enormous amount of
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    food they're gonna actually bring up
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    their production over the next couple of
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    years and I saw them trying to do it
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    this year they increase their planted
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    acreage by 6%
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    although the yield amount pretty much
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    came to the same because the the kernel
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    size and the tonnage per acre was less
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    than previous years so you know they had
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    all these bumper crops of how many tons
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    per acre
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    well nature's throwing us a little bit
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    reducing the amount of tonnage per acre
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    so they're bringing on more acres to try
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    to
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    pull it out now at some point they're
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    gonna overcome that the equilibrium and
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    they still can bring on another 25
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    percent of the country and obviously you
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    see right now a rush is going in the
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    Ural Mountains going offline but
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    Ukraine's still coming online
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    Myanmar still coming online they are
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    only using last time I looked about 40
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    percent of their total arable land forty
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    to forty five percent so Myanmar can
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    bring up another doubling and it used to
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    grow more rice than China during the
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    1960's tropical temperate low population
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    but when you go to places like Indonesia
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    not a good place to go to overpopulated
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    just not enough room to maneuver in that
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    society because foreigners are already
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    pretty much on the edge of not being
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    welcomed anyway and when I say that it's
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    because they have been overrun with
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    people take advantage in the business
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    situation so also in a risk assessment
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    you need to look through history and see
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    how countries have been treated or
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    treated or cheated both in terms of
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    business and the workings of the world
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    and how accepting they're going to be
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    for you or others to come down there
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    with your ideas that have put their
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    countries into duress for decades or
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    longer now there's a lot of things to
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    weigh up but just in terms of weather
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    you know I'm looking at places like
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    Myanmar Ukraine Morocco Tunisia Croatia
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    these kind of areas I know you asked for
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    two but those are the ones I've been
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    looking at that in terms of increasing
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    crop production that are going to stay
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    relatively warm in the winters
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    comparatively where other places are
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    absolutely going to get frozen let's say
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    okay so as far as the United States what
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    do you think would be the best place in
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    the States
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    Florida desert Southwest Arizona New
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    Mexico those kind of places further
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    south definitely further south because
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    you look at Canada and you know how many
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    acres did they leave stranded this year
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    for crops I think they just left this is
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    in Alberta alone just one province up
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    there they left five million acres on
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    harvested because it's under snow now
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    they're hoping that they can leave it
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    until next year in the spring and then
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    harvest it but that's five million acres
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    they didn't harvest that they grew this
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    year so you know I was talking to you
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    and asking you questions about burned
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    down and you seem to know a lot about
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    you know putting on the herbicides that
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    kill the rest of the weeds after the
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    burned after the harvest for burn down
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    they're not even going to be able to
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    really get the fields ready because how
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    do you go from harvest burn down and
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    replanting in a matter of weeks you just
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    can't do that it's not physically
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    feasibly possible to do it so they
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    either take a complete loss until that
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    under or they harvest it and then they
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    plant incredibly late layer you know be
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    talking some of these 6-8 weeks past the
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    regular planting dates so I don't know
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    at the further south you can go the
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    better so given your understanding of
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    like the grand solar minimum the
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    collapse of makings of fear and other
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    situations that we've got going on what
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    do you do if people didn't move what's
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    what are the Hurricanes gonna be like
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    are we going to have these big boys
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    laying multiple class by brigades that
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    are going to kind of take out Florida
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    maybe for Gulf area and Texas that's an
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    unknown because those are cyclical as
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    well you look at some of the biggest
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    hurricanes and record in history those
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    occurred in the 1930s on the last heat
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    spike we had some of the biggest
    23:48
    hurricanes since that time in this
    23:50
    current heat spike Katrina being one you
    23:52
    know there's a whole list of those you
    23:54
    would know all of them far better than I
    23:55
    but when you start to take a look at the
    23:57
    cyclic activity and massive category 5
    23:59
    hurricanes they seem to occur on these
    24:01
    giant spikes of heat that we had in our
    24:04
    planet here in the last let's say at
    24:06
    least these two instances in the last
    24:07
    hundred years 1930s and now but now
    24:11
    we're cooling so we'll the Hurricanes
    24:13
    dissipate in strength there could be
    24:16
    more low formation tropical activity but
    24:18
    it won't be the supergiant's that you're
    24:20
    talking about because they do seem to be
    24:22
    cyclical along with the rises in ocean
    24:25
    temperatures not only Pacific but the
    24:27
    Atlantic the Earth's temperatures
    24:29
    the Atlantic multidecadal oscillation
    24:31
    amo that's going cold on its 60-year
    24:33
    phase right now anyway so it's slated to
    24:36
    be cooling for the next 30 years on a
    24:38
    natural cycle I mean they've mapped this
    24:39
    thing since what 1600s when they were
    24:42
    trying to test water temperatures and
    24:44
    then fully into the 1800s when they used
    24:46
    to do a lot more boat traffic they
    24:47
    should drag thermometers behind the
    24:49
    boats and get all kind of different
    24:50
    readings out of that so that's a well
    24:52
    mapped cycle for hundreds of years what
    24:54
    about South America is there a safer
    24:57
    place and no that's like would you go to
    24:59
    the Andes or Brazil in the Amazon what's
    25:04
    your take I don't know again my
    25:07
    political risk assessment yeah
    25:08
    everybody's got different political risk
    25:10
    like if you speak Portuguese or speak
    25:12
    Spanish you're gonna be way better off
    25:15
    than somebody who knows nothing and then
    25:17
    trying to rock down there and just set
    25:18
    up everything up and you know it's very
    25:20
    tumultuous with governments look at all
    25:22
    the protests are happening across the
    25:24
    continent down there what's our five
    25:26
    countries now trying to change the
    25:28
    government due to increasing food and
    25:30
    fuel prices I mean it you always see
    25:32
    changes of governments down there we've
    25:34
    seen that since we were kids I mean a
    25:35
    flip flop flip flop flip flop flip flop
    25:37
    at what point maybe they flip and they
    25:40
    go all foreigners out but what if you
    25:42
    set everything up for the 10 years
    25:43
    getting ready for this event and they're
    25:45
    like get out so I don't really know I
    25:48
    haven't been focusing too much Venezuela
    25:51
    is another one I knew Michael Venezuela
    25:54
    what is this guy talking about
    25:56
    I realized Venezuela is the breadbasket
    25:59
    of South America period I think that
    26:02
    there's why there's so much interest in
    26:04
    it and why there's so much political
    26:05
    instability being forced into that place
    26:07
    is to try to make some regime change so
    26:10
    we can get a hold I'm not saying we as
    26:12
    the United States but other governments
    26:14
    around the world can get a foothold in
    26:16
    there because that is another place that
    26:17
    can increase its food production by 75%
    26:20
    and the amount of grain and food they
    26:23
    can put out of there would supply part
    26:25
    of the United States for sure supply
    26:27
    parts of other South America for sure
    26:29
    supply definitely parts of China for
    26:32
    sure so take a look who's down there
    26:34
    politically and see how much food they
    26:36
    can start to grow again but in terms of
    26:38
    the it's tropical it's right near the
    26:40
    equator there
    26:43
    puts Wario belt if you will and it can
    26:46
    increase a lot of thing it's just
    26:47
    politically unstable at the moment and
    26:49
    you know before all the political
    26:51
    instability was one of the friendliest
    26:52
    country's most amazing people you'd ever
    26:54
    want to meet and all my friends used to
    26:56
    travel there but man need to go down
    26:57
    there you need to go down and I never
    26:58
    win I should have gone you know but uh
    27:01
    it would definitely be on my to-do and
    27:04
    check out this again you know how will
    27:08
    things politically start to to become
    27:09
    stable again when the food losses across
    27:12
    the other parts of the planet start to
    27:14
    show themselves while these politically
    27:16
    instable in stable area suddenly become
    27:19
    rock-solid politically because then the
    27:21
    food becomes the most valuable commodity
    27:23
    on the planet so then you start to think
    27:25
    about this kinda risk assessment as well
    27:26
    how welcome me will they be to outsiders
    27:29
    to come into their country ten or twenty
    27:32
    of us not a problem
    27:34
    twenty million big problem this is what
    27:38
    we're talking about billions of people
    27:40
    moving around the planet bill Yun's
    27:43
    so you got to think about the upset a
    27:45
    hundred million people want to come into
    27:46
    a new country that's a no-go even ten
    27:49
    twenty million people into Venezuela
    27:50
    would be like alright we're locking the
    27:52
    border off here nobody's coming in this
    27:53
    time yeah so I guess that we're talking
    27:59
    about Europe so like it Sweden and
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    Norway and Denmark and those areas were
    28:06
    there climate refugees did people beat
    28:11
    that area like some hunter and I'm you
    28:16
    know I do I did a little bit of research
    28:19
    on that and I have some specific numbers
    28:21
    for you Norway because they have the
    28:24
    Atlantic current up there they were able
    28:26
    to keep their ports open and pretty much
    28:28
    ice-free even during the winters I mean
    28:30
    they would get the pack ice that would
    28:31
    come in but again pack ice comes it's
    28:33
    like sand on a beach it comes it goes
    28:35
    they were able to get deliveries in they
    28:37
    weren't socked in completely for like
    28:38
    nine months of ice bound but when the
    28:42
    maunder minimum came that that's exactly
    28:44
    what happened they got iced in every
    28:45
    single summer or every single winter for
    28:48
    more than six months they couldn't get
    28:49
    any deliveries zero when they used to be
    28:52
    able to get some in it during you know
    28:53
    to bring resupplies there was weighed
    28:55
    offshore until the pack ice move
    28:56
    come in and they go back out again the
    28:59
    city is emptied out 90% nine zero for
    29:03
    sale people left up there yeah there was
    29:04
    just nothing they couldn't survive but
    29:07
    the 1600s we didn't have international
    29:08
    shipping we didn't have international
    29:10
    communications there's a lot more thing
    29:12
    they didn't have the roads that we have
    29:14
    now you know there's just a lot of
    29:16
    things they did not have back at that
    29:18
    point but when they came back and say
    29:21
    it's circa 1710 but Norway Sweden and
    29:24
    Finland had emptied out somewhere around
    29:26
    nine zero ninety percent so they came
    29:28
    back to nearly empty cities and it was a
    29:30
    great opportunity to repopulate and you
    29:32
    know people would come back and they're
    29:34
    like I think this is our family's
    29:35
    property but the house fell down because
    29:36
    nobody cared for it for 70 years and it
    29:38
    was made of wood got a couple big you
    29:39
    know pilings in the middle there
    29:41
    otherwise there was massive population
    29:44
    migration during that time massive so
    29:47
    people again you know they didn't have
    29:48
    electricity they didn't have central
    29:51
    power central heating there's a lot of
    29:53
    things we have today that they didn't
    29:55
    have that made those conditions back
    29:56
    then much much much more unbearable and
    29:59
    unlivable than we do today
    30:01
    so like trying to compare that time in
    30:03
    the 1670s or 1650s in Norway with what
    30:07
    we have now in 2019 or 20 in Norway they
    30:10
    got geothermal power up there I mean it
    30:12
    is an entirely different animal marching
    30:14
    into this thing but I do think that
    30:16
    there still will be population migration
    30:19
    when food becomes the most valuable
    30:21
    commodity and countries can't grow the
    30:23
    food for their export revenue anymore
    30:25
    and then things I think will change that
    30:27
    more economic refugee I think then you
    30:29
    would it gets too cold refugee unless
    30:32
    the power grids start to go down year
    30:35
    after year after year during the winters
    30:36
    and people just start freezing in their
    30:38
    homes and they're like you know we can't
    30:40
    do it for the third year in a row we'regonna have to leave now

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    Post  Swanny Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:26 pm

    I've listened to a bit of it. When does he say this freeze will happen?

    Ah I see he's talking about this winter. Good news for us plumbers, plenty of frozen pipes Cool

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