How severe weather impacts global food supply

Dec 5, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WKBT

Sometimes Jaria Faraj Ali is so hungry that she ties a scarf tight around her waist to make her feel more comfortable.

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“your life is great”

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Dec 7, 2012
 
HEMP people!!
Hemp grows in any climate, and their seeds are full of protein!
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it's becoming clear that these governments are more interested in profit than they are people.
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http://www.ratical.org/renewables/hempseed1.h...
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Without the people there is no profit. Try again.
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Might I suggest to OXFAM that they start STRONGLY promoting Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors (LFTRs) as a way to provide energy and water, and to help stabilize whatever climate change may be driven by CO2. In this way, farmland can once again be used for food rather than for low efficiency biofuel production. What could be a better fit?
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Wind and solar energy.
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Wind and solar are much more expensive and dangerous that LFTRs. LFTRs can be the Lean, Clean, Green energy source of the future.
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It is too bad we can't edit our posts cuz I would have added that LFTRs are a whole lot more reliable too.
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Do show your proof.
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SA Kiteman wrote:
Wind and solar are much more expensive and dangerous that LFTRs. LFTRs can be the Lean, Clean, Green energy source of the future.
If they were so great, why didn't they become the way for commercial or Navy purposes?
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SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>If they were so great, why didn't they become the way for commercial or Navy purposes?
Again your dazed and confused.

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PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Again your dazed and confused.
Says the whacked out poster who gets voted down by conservatives and liberals alike.
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Corn shortage idles 20 ethanol plants nationwide

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hemp, hemp, hemp.
no more GMO's!
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Wallop10 wrote:
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Says the whacked out poster who gets voted down by conservatives and liberals alike.
Said the wallop10 AKA walloped again and again that gets voted down and out by all!!
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SpaceBlues wrote:
Corn shortage idles 20 ethanol plants nationwide
http://www.cadillacnews.com/ap_story/...
So spaced out spacedoutblues what will you drink next?
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PHD wrote:
Do show your proof.
Too much for here. Start at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LFTR
Then fill your knowledge out at:
http://www.energyfromthorium.com/forum/
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SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>If they were so great, why didn't they become the way for commercial or Navy purposes?
The thorium cycle breeds U233 as its fissile but for a number of reasons, that stuff is not very good for bombs. As a result, most early work (bomb making) was with solid fuel U235 and Pu239. So when the time came to make Navy reactors, that is what they used. And the first commercial reactor was just a scaled up Navy reactor. So the stage was set. Nuclear energy meant mechanical engineering.

Then, when Weinberg at ORNL was working on the MSBR (Molten Salt BREEDER Reactor) which was a slow breeder, CHEMIST'S reactor, it looked to be TOO slow a breeder to allow the kind of expansion the AEC thought would be needed while the LMFBR was thought to be able. So Nixon's whitehouse killed the MSBR. Then came the nuclear hiatus and then it was now. Ok?
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SA Kiteman wrote:
<quoted text> Too much for here. Start at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LFTR
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Sorry I don't except info from wikipedia. I do thank you for your effort and keeping your response civil.

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PHD wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry I don't except info from wikipedia. I do thank you for your effort and keeping your response civil.
Dearie, you have said you don't accept a science source from NASA.
And you know I'm not making that up.
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Wallop10 wrote:
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Dearie, you have said you don't accept a science source from NASA.
And you know I'm not making that up.
Start by calling names again. No I said I don't accept scientific science fiction from NASA.

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Whallop10 wrote:
<quoted text> Dearie, you have said you don't accept a science source from NASA.

[QUOTE who="PHD"]<quoted text>Sta No I said I don't accept scientific science fiction from NASA.
Not too bright, are ya -- on MANY levels.

I have another quote from you here. Saved it.
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Never said anybodys statement was wrong ,,,. I do say its scientific science fiction.
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/global-warmin...

Can you connect the dots, dear?

ha ha ha

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