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09/28/2018 / By JD Heyes
Though the concept of “global warming” has frequently been revealed to be little more than a Left-wing environmental hoax, so-called climate change – that is, the normal phenomenon of the Earth’s ever-changing climate patterns – is very much a real thing (not the “human-caused” version; the normal process of changing climate, which occurs generally over the course of many years).
Changing climate also means changing weather patterns, with some parts of the world getting warmer, other parts cooler, some parts getting too much moisture, as other parts deal with abnormally dry conditions. In our own country, parts of the United States have been inundated with moisture, while other parts have been suffering through major periods of drought.
One thing changing weather and climate patterns can most definitely affect is the production of food and the sustainability of livestock in the raising of food. Warmer, dryer areas suffer from crop destruction and lack of grass and feed for cattle, goats, chickens and other organic food sources. Multi-year famines have occurred frequently throughout our history, and even though the U.S. is a rich country, given certain circumstances, famine could certainly happen here, too.
It’s best to learn how to deal with famine now, before you have to worry about it for real. Here are nine ways to survive a famine. (h/t to SurvivalLife.com)
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.
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