- Posted March 19, 2014 by
FORECAST FOR ECONOMY 2014 DISASTROUS YEAR YET IF MODEL HOLDS UP!
Texas aquifers have run dry.
"Californians brace for years of 'mega-drought"
California drought cut Anthony Willcutt's family, showers to every other day for everyone but 17-year-old Jordan. Willcutt records the family's daily water use on a chart by his bedside. Water that would normally disappear down the drain goes instead into 5-gallon jugs stored around the house in case the water does run out.That spell catastrophe for California's economy. Idle acreage will cost California agriculture an estimated $1.7 billion in lost production and an overall hit of $5 billion to the state's $2 trillion economy, according to the coalition. Jordan has gone from 25-minute showers to four-minute ones. Anthony, 44, a sheet metal worker, wears his pants two or three times before washing. Stephanie, 40, captures cold tap water – while waiting for the hot – to put on indoor plants. Austin, 13, concedes some of his shower time to his sister.
Food Prices to Double And Triple By Summer:
I think the AGW crowd will change it’s tune somewhere around June, July, and August this year. That’s when they will notice food shortages in the US. The Department of Agriculture says we have enough supply to last us till August this year. That’s two months short. And you know what the kicker is? We have no supplies in reserve. But that’s not the best part. The best part is, food prices will probably double and triple by then. That’s when you will see the AGW crowd change it’s tune. Don’t ask me where I got this.
RIOTS EXPECTED IN CITIES AS JOBLESSNESS AND FOOD SHORTAGES INCREASE.
J.C. Penney Co. (JCP) this month said it will eliminate nearly 1,000 jobs as it seeks to revive sales. Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD)will close 62 of its 4,010 stores in the first half of the year, Best Buy Co. will shutter 50 of its big-box locations, the company announced in March
This is predicted by the super computer forecast if events play out in weather and economic losses. As the computer model forecast it to come.