Thanks, Martinhouse! I'll get over there and try to post it. It's amazing how many people think something just isn't right, and it doesn't seem to be just the virus or social unrest....it's much more than that.TxGal, my sister who lives up the road from me doesn't have a computer and all she knows about what's going on is what I share with her and what she gets from MSM on TV and what she can occasionally get in on shortwave. She's been saying there's something wrong and everything just "feels" different, for several months now, and just lately we feel that things are coming to a head one way or another.....and soon.
Yesterday, (or maybe first thing this morning?) I read a Michael Snyder article, I think it was, where he mentioned that many, many people are feeling this, that something is just somehow wrong.
Edit: Just checked. Yes it was a Micheal Snyder article this morning on his Economic Collapse Blog and the title is "It's Not Your Imagination. Something Is Very Wrong."
Always, and thanks! So far with standing outside and using binoculars, all looks well. Our trees are big so if they're down, there is a noticeable hole that's pretty easy to see. Been there and done that with big trees over fencelines.Be careful out there when you're walking fences. If any trees are down, I hope they haven't taken any fence with them!
We've gotten several inches of rain over the last few days but I don't know how much since I forgot to empty the gauge the whole while.
Thanks Martinhouse! Not directly related to GSM, but focused on food issues that affect all given the losses the GSM brings.There's a newe Ice Age Farmer podcast just out a little over an hour ago. It runs 19:19 minutes.
Title is "HOLODOMOR 2.0: Man-Made Famine & Election Chaos".
I've just started listening and thought I'd best post about it here now, right away, before I finished listening to it.
There is an very good book, first hand account of the Holodomor called Execution by Hunger by Miron Dolot. It's grim, but highly recommended reading.Thanks Martinhouse! Not directly related to GSM, but focused on food issues that affect all given the losses the GSM brings.
HOLODOMOR 2.0: Man Made Famine & Election Chaos
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Run time is 19:19
The same forces instigating social unrest and elections chaos are engineering a man-made famine and attempting to take over food production -- exactly as happened in the Soviet takeover of Ukraine -- by spreading fraudulent COVID-19 tests to farmworkers and meat plants. From John Podesta, to the UFW, to Tyson, to the Rockefellers, Christian explores the the players, groups, and deep connections between those behind the agenda to "Reset the Table" and use food as a weapon.
I grabbed my long johns by accident this morning in the dark while getting up to get dressed. Glad they are still at arm’s reach. Seems like I will wake some morning soon and wished I had started a fire the night before."Western Montana Temperatures will drop into the 70s on Sunday. A Canadian cold front will lower temperatures even more by Monday. Daytime highs Monday and Tuesday will be in the 50s and 60s, with overnight lows in the mid to low 30s. Snow levels will fall to pass level Monday night. Light snow will be possible Tuesday morning."
Good grief, I haven't gotten around to packing away all of last winter's clothes. There are two sweaters and a jacket still in the front closet right next to a beach towel.
The book is even grimmer when you realize that the ones who perpetrated the Holodomor got by with it. No one is courageous enough to tell the truth so that we might avoid Holodomor 2.0 perpetrated by the same people. Especially the author of this book. One drop of poison in a cup of pure water.There is an very good book, first hand account of the Holodomor called Execution by Hunger by Miron Dolot. It's grim, but highly recommended reading.
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The central US heating degree day (HDD) index will spike on Sept. 7, indicating more energy will be needed to heat a building structure as colder weather rolls in. The spike will be short-lived, but the trend in high and low temperatures will be down as summer appears to be winding down.1-5 Day Forecast: A favorable high rainfall pattern is anticipated through early next week across the Central Plains and Midwest U.S., with the highest totals (nearing 50 mm / ~2 in above normal) in the latter. Despite cooler conditions in the Northern U.S. Plains and Southern Canada, temperatures across the core crop regions of North America will be fairly moderate through the next 5 days. This pattern overall will be largely beneficial for corn and soybeans. It is the 6-10 day period which is more notable.
6-10 Day Forecast: A blast of cold air will drop temperatures to around 5-10 °F below normal across the Central U.S. during this period. Frost/freeze risks for corn and soybean regions are not expected, as only areas west of NE/KS are likely to drop below freezing. On that note, there is a possibility for snow across some of the wheat producing areas of Colorado, which could delay plantings down the line. More on precipitation, a swath of heavy rainfall totals associated with the eastern edge of the low pressure trough will range from the Southern Plains through the Midwest during the 6-10 day period. Overall, this cool and wet weather should be very favorable for late developing corn and soybean crops.
10+ Day Forecast: The latest EC extended run from 03 September depicts continued cold weather persisting through September across the vast majority of the Central U.S., coupled with a near normal precipitation pattern. If persistent, the cold weather could begin to raise concerns further for frost/freeze damage to corn/soybeans as well as delays to wheat plantings. - Whalen