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Snow in British Columbia July 02, 2018 and the news article covers heat in Ontario devoting a few sentences to the snow coverage in an article about snow cover in July, but the other 5 paragraph to how warm it is elsewhere. Ski resorts with honest journalism calling snow through their stories, heat not mentioned once. Hudson Bay ice anomalies continue with ice measurements and food / fuel prices up which means now more than ever you need to take measures to grow your own food to keep costs low in your life. *** ADAPT 2030 True Leaf Market Link *** http://www.pjtra.com/t/SkNITkxPS0xDR0xPRkdLQ0dLSUdOSw *** Today’s Story Links *** Canadian Ice Service https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/ice-forecasts-observations/latest-conditions.html Hudson Bay http://iceweb1.cis.ec.gc.ca/Prod/page2.xhtml?CanID=11092&lang=en&title=Hudson+Bay Arctic Sea Ice http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/ Arm, Leg, Both https://www.bing.com/th?id=OIP.8YLhK4tf_tTUgpq1V7pbuQAAAA&w=212&h=178&c=7&o=5&pid=1.7 Snow BC July https://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/summer-snow-british-columbia-okanagan-connector-highway-97-c-big-white-ski-resort-environment-canada/105844/ Iceberg Images https://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/iceberg-newfoundland-bonavista-peninsula-upper-amherst-cove-horseshoe-prehistoric-ice-north-atlantic-ocean/103040/ *** ADAPT 2030 Social Media Links *** ADAPT 2030 on PayPal paypal.me/adapt2030 FB: https://www.facebook.com/Miniiceage Twitter: https://twitter.com/adapt2030 GAB: https://gab.ai/adapt2030 Mini Ice Age Conversations Podcast iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/adapt-2030-mini-ice-age-conversations/id1200142326 Stitcher Radio: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/david-dubyne/adapt-2030-mini-ice-age-conversations Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/adapt-2030 Libsyn: http://adapt2030.libsyn.com/ Revolution Radio: Studio A - Thursday Nights - 10 PM to Midnight E.S.T. http://www.Freedomslips.com BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/hashtag/adapt2030/ Content Created & Produced by David DuByne http://www.oilseedcrops.org
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M Shaw (5 months ago)
Hey man i live in b.c and we haven't had any snow in july at all, maybe a high altitude like 5000 feet but nothing below that.
US4Freedomnow. (5 months ago)
Food prices going up as if they were gas prices which have been going up. but there is good news beer now is cheaper than gas... Maybe they should make it out of 15000 year old ice water
darthvader5300 (6 months ago)
Check cattails after the 2sd paragraph and you will find it one of the most outstanding edible aquatic pond plants. As for those who loves to eat meat, well I got good news for you but you must be patient until everything is in full production run. One idea is to use waterwater buffaloes with water hyacinths together. In fact, water buffaloes were once found to be used as animal power to plow snow in some Eastern European country in the 1980s. Water buffaloes likes to eat aquatic weeds which is why they were imported from Southeast Asia and brought to Florida where they flourished and were used to control the water hyacinths which they like to eat. More important is the fact that water buffaloes are fond of humans as companions as well as being among their own kind for they are very social animals and in the 1970s and early 1980s India was able to develop successfully the technology to turn buffalo liquid milk into powdered milk so that it's storage can be made compact and easy to pasteurize using ultrasonic pasteurization. Their manure and daily washingscan be used together inside a biogas digester containing diatomaceous earth particles which has a surface area 10,000 times that of gravel for the anaerobic bacteria to colonize and to become so numerous that in one experiment in Michigan they were able to convert 10,000 gallons of raw sewage into drinking water after adding chlorine to it by passing the raw sewage through a diatomaceous earth particles-filled anaerobic tank and start producing methane and carbon dioxide (biogas) and passing the clean nutrient rich effluent through a hydroponic trough filled with plants to further filter and treat it until it is clean enough to drink after adding chlorine to disinfect it to make it safe. http://wildedibleandmedicinalplants.blogspot.com/2010/06/cattail-has-many-common-uses.html I can think of no other North American plant that is more useful than the cattail. This wonderful plant is a virtual gold mine of survival utility. It is a four-season food, medicinal, and utility plant. What other plant can boast eight food products, three medicinals, and at least 12 other functional uses? Yields are fantastic. Marsh discovered he could harvest 140 tons of rhizomes per acre near Wolcott, NY. That represents something more than 10 times the average yield per acre of potatoes. In terms of dry weight of cattail flour, the 140 tons of roots would yield approximately 32 tons. Fertilized with granite rock dust powder or basalt rock dust powder yields can be increased from 32 tons to 96 tons or 128 tons per acre. That's from 16 lbs per square meter to 48 lbs per square meter or 64 lbs per squate meter. Hydroponics is difficult enough but then why not go straight for all kinds of edible aquatic pond plants for food self-sufficiency and security. By combining many different kinds of edible and non-edible but useful aquatic pond plants you can get a self-regulating and self-protecting aquacultural pond for indoor and outdoor purposes. Aquatic mint (mentha aquatica) produces a lingering organic anti-pathogenicide that kills all pathogens. People are not up to precision machining their own mechanical parts? That skill is quite common to teenagers in the 40s and 50s when vocational trades subjects such as machine tool shop machining, carpentry, window installation, plumbing, pipe fitting, soldering of wires, brazing, all kinds of metal working skills and methods, working with steel-reinforced concrete and stone, roofing, basic electrician technical skills, basic electronic skills, analog instruments making, tool and die making, metal foundry, metal heat treatment, working with ceramics, galvanizing and anodizing and phosphating steel and iron works, painting, working with glass and plastics, etc and THE WORKS are part of their curriculum. No wonder the economy is in trouble when manufacturing comes back.
Robert Orzech (6 months ago)
The bottom third of Hudson's Bay is James Bay. Looks to me like about 75% ice covered !
Katyas AniWell (6 months ago)
FYI, they are getting brazen now with the heat reports and if you read the comments people are either buying it hook, line & sinker or the comments are payed shills. 4.July 2018: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2018/07/03/hot-planet-all-time-heat-records-have-been-set-all-over-the-world-in-last-week/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.483d7671ec3e
Terry Carter (6 months ago)
i find it curious that for months when it was cold all you heard was "climate change", now that it's summer and the temperatures are just a little above average for a few weeks all you hear is "global warming".
Clinton Beck (6 months ago)
looks like 60% of ice
Paid Piper (6 months ago)
Just started black oil sunflower micro greens recently, very affordable bought as bird seed. It's best to use coconut coir as a soil medium to breakdown as compost instead of peat moss for organic gardening, hope this helps.. Keep up the great work David!
Dan Erickson (6 months ago)
yeah.live on sunflower seeds.grow up in the city did ya.
I wonder to whom goverments will choose to feed when the Storm hit our lands.
I think gov't will choose "minorities" and feminists.
InterAct Party (6 months ago)
Army, police, services.
A M Simon (6 months ago)
Pennask peek is 5669 feet high. There must be snow and glaciers over there almost year long.
Will White (6 months ago)
Why are you trying to sow discord in the United States? We have enough trouble here without that. Why don't you just present the data. There are some cool areas, but there is more heat, deal with it.
Jay Andrew (6 months ago)
Will White, my god, don't mention flat earth here! You have sinned greatly. Now they will come here like flies to stink.
Will White (6 months ago)
Jay Andrew, the earth is also flat, lock ness monster rules, and big foot is knocking on your door. I sure David has a bowl full of cherries for you to enjoy.
Jay Andrew (6 months ago)
Will White, Adapt2030 won't say it but I will, quit cry bitching and grow up. Check out Thunderbolts Project because that group has a pretty good fucking argument that everything is connected directly or indirectly electrically and stars are a plasmoid zeta pinch, not an internal nuclear explosion self contained by its own gravitational field. Check David LaPoint and Ken Wheeler while your at it. Allburnt Einstein and the dogs that hired him to throw off science has sowed the discord with their unproven bogus theories, go cry to them.
Will White (6 months ago)
You need to study up on what creates the Jet stream in the first place it's not earth's magnetic field it's heat and earths rotation.
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
We need to end the deception of Global Warming so we can focus on solutions for the changes on our door step fro the intensifying cold, especially in the edge seasons. Its summer its going to be hotter as jet streams are all over the place. Weakening magnetosphere, not CO2.
Lori Snow (6 months ago)
John B got me here.
Lori Snow (6 months ago)
Yes. Keep up the great work. Subbed.
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
Welcome. Hope you find something you like.
Blops (6 months ago)
The snow here that fell in BC is at very high altitude. The highway is at 1244 meters (4000 feet) it happens here but I know its going to start happening more and more.
Khalil Rjeibi (6 months ago)
why y have delet "mini ice age", there is no mini ice age anymore ?
Khalil Rjeibi (6 months ago)
gess, keep going man !
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
its just getting started !
Joshua Rogers Sr. (6 months ago)
Do you think that is only 45% of ice left in Hudson Bay?...asking for a friend.... lol
Mark Eickmann (6 months ago)
I see about 55% of the Hudson Bay still covered in ice.
Ben Hansen (6 months ago)
Meanwhile inland the famous Columbia Ice Fields have not changed even a little. I have been through the area 3 times over 15 years. Fuel..currently $1.40 a liter $ 5.39 per gallon
laverne scarberry (6 months ago)
Thanks for the sunflower sprout info. I did not know about sunflower sprouts as a food source.
Dzo (6 months ago)
you must check depth of that bay, they might taught volume not surface area:)...did you check expiring date on that ice block?,,,dude you are not serious enough;)
od1exx (6 months ago)
To be fair Eastern Canada is experiencing one of the most intense heat waves in a few years, and you're not covering that at all.
Topper Aussie (6 months ago)
Discovered pigeon peas great for hot environment,18 % protein grows fast.
Sandra Martin (6 months ago)
In Ontario Canada & it's so humid & hot here.. thanks for the great info!👍🏼
A M Simon (6 months ago)
Sandra Martin Maritimes in a heat wave now. 32° in the shade.
Pacal Votan (6 months ago)
After looking at the Hudson Bay image I would say that perhaps 45% of the ice has melted...but of course not 45% remaining. Keep in mind too that Environment Canada is a federal government agency (a part of Natural Resources Canada), and that the current government in Canada is very pro IPCC and pro carbon-tax. I wouldn't expect to hear any narrative coming from the Canadian federal government that is any different than what you would hear coming from the IPCC. You will now hear a different tune coming from the new provincial government in Ontario though. As a Canadian I have always been skeptical of anything that Environment Canada says, and simply refer to DMI for actual data on climate.
Franklin Taylor (6 months ago)
Hudson Bay looks somewhere between 60-66% remaining.
Franklin Taylor (6 months ago)
That's crazy in that case. I thought it melted off most every year as well, but thought it was down the wire in September or something. Anyone thinking this is less than 50% must have never had to split their candy with their siblings as a kid.
Europa Europa (6 months ago)
It should be ice free by now.
Lee Tobar (6 months ago)
Thank you~ Tweeted and shared on minds dot com: Wake up, my Loves to the #Reality of the world around you.
Michael Longo (6 months ago)
Ok, but what's up with this: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2018/07/03/hot-planet-all-time-heat-records-have-been-set-all-over-the-world-in-last-week/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.8f33b63912aa
Lone Wolf (6 months ago)
I got a feeling this ice age won't come for another 50-70 years.
theuglybiker (6 months ago)
2:27 That's not a dusting! It's WHITE RAIN!
TheGreen Jarret (6 months ago)
What media ? Twitter and Youtube only for me. Beaufort Gyre just blew on us. Look at the artic sea temp. Beaufort Gyre is blowing.
Vanessa Smith (6 months ago)
This is from WATTSUPWITHTHAT - it does not make sense ! Anthony Watts / 11 hours ago July 3, 2018 Global Temperature Report: June 2018 Global climate trend since Dec. 1 1978: +0.13 C per decade June Temperatures (preliminary) Global composite temp.: +0.21 C (+0.38 °F) above seasonal average Northern Hemisphere.: +0.38 C (+0.68 °F) above seasonal average Southern Hemisphere.: +0.04 C (+0.07 °F) above seasonal average Tropics.: +0.12 C (+0.22 °F) above seasonal average May Temperatures (revised) Global composite temp.: +0.18 C (+0.32 °F) above seasonal average Northern Hemisphere.: +0.40 C (+0.72 °F) above seasonal average Southern Hemisphere.: -0.05 C (-0.09 °F) below seasonal average Tropics.: +0.03 C (+0.05 °F) above seasonal average
Clint Ofray (6 months ago)
sunflower oil also causes inflammation and cancer. thanks for pushing that onto your viewers
Clint Ofray (6 months ago)
I guess you are eating them as sprouts you don't have to worry about the seeds. but yes eating vegetable oils ( which any plant oil is considered) can lead to inflammation and cancer. they have too high of omega 6. you do need some omega 6 but it's mostly harmful.
Europa Europa (6 months ago)
Took a healthy eating seminar at the Cleveland Clinic here in Ohio.The MD said we need both Omega 6 and Omega 3. However, the right balance is important.A good source of Omega 6 is grass fed beef. However, limit the intake of beef because too much causes inflammation. Omega 3 foods should be consumed 2 hours before or no more than 2 hours after a workout. Good source of Omega 3 is walnuts.-
Grumpy Troll (6 months ago)
Clint Ofray and guess what sunflower oil comes from seeds and not sprouts. plus I dont really think you now what your talking about. I sell over 30 plant oils and there are no oils that cause cancer. theres are specific fats like omega 6 that act as the recking crew while other fats like omega 3 that are the builders. they work together and thats why both are found in most oils.
Richard Fliearman (6 months ago)
You should listen to the death throes of the metrologists....oppressive heat....burn time...it's warm here in Tennessee but nothing like 6 years ago. In fact we haven't hit a 100 degrees in over two years.
Please Thank You (6 months ago)
Stop using corn/food for fuel.
perfectedpitch (6 months ago)
Keep up that sassy delivery, David!👍💨
Photonia Phive (6 months ago)
LoveLife <>No no just a Smigi of a Fluffy Powdering,,,,hahahahaha are These Jokers Serious, it going get serious Yes, of course, but, it also going to het Really Funny When the Profession PresstitutesWjeather Wonkers have to invent Whole New Dictionary to Make senseless, seem Normal, hahahahah, this going get to funny,,,oh yeah, And Really Really COLD 🌊💨❄️⛅️🌥🌬🌨💨❄️☔️
Cherri Zirkel (6 months ago)
Hilarious new terms for our weather. 20' snow a dusting. Like the term you have spackling snow ❄️ wait until Europe can't get the oil from Middle East Merkel deal through Russia collapsing for cheaper oil for Germany since Saudi Arabia oil mysteriously disappearing. As other areas. God has his plans. Israel has huge oil finds America has huge oil production as well. The earthquakes and shifting is moving oil around like a mysterious hand Upon the earth! That is God .
Oli B (6 months ago)
No way it is 45% ice. Looks more like 60% or more.
Caldwell Kelley (6 months ago)
Super Thanks, Dave. Christian Westbrooke has forwarded information on the crop losses and the prices that are now starting to spike ... I wondered has fast we were going to hit that price shock you had alluded on one of your videos. I guess I'm guilty of wishful thinking ... looking at the speed of this it looks like early next year especially if regions like Alberta and Saskatchewan stay below zero centigrade for 100's of days again. Dave keep in mind something that occurred to me ... those energy prices should have never come down base on the know (Proveable reserve numbers) ... this could be another one of the bait and switch schemes ... let the oil prices spike ... then blame the food prices on the energy sector ... just a thought that occurred to me. Stay Well Brother ... Damn ... I remember the first reports on no sunspot activity in late 2009 ... now I'm watching glaciation start to happen in Canada and Scandinavia ... May God, Budda, Allah, Jehova and anyone else bless and help us ... we're going to need it! Bravo again sir.
darthvader5300 (6 months ago)
It is as I have been warning other nations that we are in a transition stage wherein the whole planetary surface will be afflicted with alternating extreme heat and extreme cold, or suffer both parallel of each other simultaneously on the same land areas inflicting simultaneous floodings and droughts in one section with flood waters and another adjacent section suffering from droughts. Unpredictable fluctuating temperature extremes and unpredictable rainfall patterns that requires a vast water infrastructure network of canals, aqueducts, dams, swales, catchment storage basins, catchment infiltration basins to store and transfer water from one area to the next to simultaneously prevent flooding in one area and drought in an another area and to store it for unpredictable summer seasons. And agriculture, combining the best of the old with the best of the new of the 20th century and 21st century is a must if we are to ensure crop survivability.
darthvader5300 (6 months ago)
I am 92 years old and I have seen what you have seen but there is one difference. The frequency of their occurrences is now abnormally high and their increasingly extreme unpredictability is becoming more of a concern even with most seasoned and well experienced scientists in their 80s and 90s. We all check with the Milankovitch Cycles with our cybernetic and cryogenic supercomputers and they only confirm that the worst is still yet to come. The media did not report it in the past but now they are reporting it because they have politicized and sensationalized their fake global warming agenda which they know is a fake story for the global warming your world had experienced is just part of the natural Solar Cycles. Then came the unavoidable global cooling which will be followed by a mini-Ice Age or worse, a major Glacial Ice Age. Alarm bells started ringing in the MSM that the jig is up and they can not hide their lies or cover up the lies of Al Gore. So to cover up their mistakes they started to report it in an indirect way so as to extend the propaganda effects of the lies of their global warming in order to maintain the ILLEGAL CARBON TAX that they are also profiteering from.
Europa Europa (6 months ago)
This has been going on as long as I have been alive.........all most 70 years. The only difference is now the media reports it as unusual to sensationalize as click bait.
See Canon (6 months ago)
White snow, now that's funny. Food prices have begun to increase!
Karyn Calgary (6 months ago)
Hey David! I'm a researcher in Calgary. I'm buddy's with someone else who had a show on freedom slips...And we are launching a few things together over the next couple weeks..... You report so much about Canada and I am very great ful. Are you Canadian ? And regardless if u are or not would you be up for a chat sometime? I tell people bout your channel all the time. I would like to talk about more solutions. Projects/distributing education/ Msg anytime please! [email protected]
Matt H (6 months ago)
If the media says it, it‘s bullshit. Planets are lining up. Maybe we should ask al snow will be a thing of the past gore what‘s going on! But he‘s probably too busy getting fat off the billion dollars he made by suckering people into paying him carbon credits, and believing his agw bullshit. Hey, and we can really rip people off by making them think that the cap and trade bullshit scam will save the planet from agw! Gore and the globalists will go down in history as some of the world‘s biggest ahole scam artists.
Jeff Young (6 months ago)
Lol a spackling of snow. For as long as I can remember, and I'm 54, a dusting is just that, a dusting. You can still see the grass. So all of a sudden 3 inches is a dusting? No snow here in the Iowa country side. 89* and sunny. Corn and soy beans all look great. Talked to the the farmer I work with the other day and he says his corn is with in normal stage of maturity. Beans just a week or so behind. As long as the temp and rain is good he's looking at close to average harvest time. He's worried about the rain. Northern and western Iowa have gotten so much rain. A foot in Des Moines in 24 hours last week. He's hoping the weather patterns don't shift south. All the spring wheat looks great around here. Will be traveling to northern Illinois Saturday to visit family. Will check out the crops on the way.
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
Thanks for the report, Looks like IL, IN, MO all weren't as badly slammed with cold as KS, OK, NE with wheat losses.
Black Swan (6 months ago)
Nice one, David 2:25 At least theweathernetwork.com isnt speaking of white rain! Not 100% duplicitous . May be they are trying to be careful not to be caught lying! :)
Black Swan (6 months ago)
Petrol/ fuel price rise in Australia: May be the windmills in Julia Lizard and other liberal heads can help offset fuel price hikes by generating electricity from the blah blah blah they keep generating Gas/ fuel price rise elsewhere: similar remedy
James Coleman (6 months ago)
Excellent show good info. Dusting should be a 1/4 in of snow.
jimbob 1919 (6 months ago)
Just like Trump said fake news.
Thanks Dave!!
Chara Choppel (6 months ago)
Sea ice is relatively flat - does not bring about high icebergs!!
Tomasz S. (6 months ago)
here in western part of Poland we have the driest spring/ summer period since many years
Jet stream is banding forcing westher extremes.. heat wave here in the uk
Jeff Young (6 months ago)
Tomasz S. Always wanted to visit Poland. Such rich history and beautiful country.
Brian Jenkins (6 months ago)
White ice is new ice -- has air bubbles in the crystal structure. When ice is compressed, air goes (and the salt) and the more dense ice is blue. Apparently iceburg ice can have a blue green algae on it. So lick the blue ice -- the white ice is salty and the yellow ice is..... BTW the Okanagan in BC is a grape and fruit center for Western Canada. Cold in July would not be good.
Katyas AniWell (6 months ago)
Hi David,, I was wondering if you could mention in a future video, how they call 29-30C in the UK a "heat wave". I briefly researched and the summer of 1990 & 2003 produced temps of 37/ 38C and now they make out 29 C to be a heatwave. and no one talks about that. They might have road melting UV and a drought, but not a heat wave. It's very misleading. Just say'n.
neverlostforwords (6 months ago)
Katyas, we Melburnians had the 40 - 43 deg! Actually the temp in my back yard measured 50 deg C.
Katyas AniWell (6 months ago)
We had no day in the 40C in Perth Western Australia this summer, which is most unusual. Normally we get 3-10 days with 40-43C.
Erectus Maximus (6 months ago)
jimbob 1919 Correct jimbob Im in Phoenix. We hit a whopping 108 today. The normal in July is 115 to 119 F . We maybe had 1 day in June around 110 - 111.
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
@jimbob You are 100% correct, if they keep using words like hot, heat wave, sweltering etc.... the mind believes.
jimbob 1919 (6 months ago)
Katyas AniWell it's there way of making everyone think that there is still global warming. Az is having a relatively cool summer I don't think Phoenix has been over 110 degrees yet.
S Roberts (6 months ago)
Australian petrol/fuel climbing faster & faster. 1.35cents a litre last week, 1.52 cents a litre this week. 24% above other nations. we're not THAT far down under
Mr. Elastomeric1 (6 months ago)
SRoberts I know my wife is from England they pay I believe its 19% VAT while in Florida we pay 6%. 3 years ago my son and myself i payed $350.00 a month for health Insurance had a $30 co-pay at my Primary Dr/ $50 if i needed a specialist/ $100.00 Emergency room visit. Haha I thought it was good got canceled automatically. My last quote was $35 a day with a $5,000.00 co pay do the math. Oh yeah that was just for me.
S Roberts (6 months ago)
Mr. Elastomeric1 , those of us who can't afford private health insurance are paying a tax to curb the ever increasing cost of private health insurance for those who actually have it. so those of us who can't afford it now, surely won't be able to afford it ever. clever really😠
Mr. Elastomeric1 (6 months ago)
yeah but your health care is free
Remember we alrewdy pay 80% of the cost of a gallon of fuel in tax in the uk.. all c02 tax.. trump killed it for the americans., the greatest thing any president has done to save the usa ever..
Franklin Taylor (6 months ago)
$2.50-2.56 a gallon non- ethanol raw gas is 2.65-2.70 a gallon here in my area of Arkansas Unemployment less than 2% in many places. Mostly Blue collar and low level white collar work, however. A west African company, Sasol corporation, was supposed to begin distributing fuel that is much less expensive, and is 40% less polluting than regular fuel. Burns and performs like regular raw gasoline from their plant in Lake Charles LA. It has either been stalled or cancelled however. I haven't heard anything lately. They were supposed to have began distributing in the AR-LA-TX region in late 2017 projected to bring gasoline prices down to near a dollar a gallon as they use natural gas to make gasoline. A process that has been around since the 1940's, but was an expensive process at the time. I don't vote democrat, but I'm sorry , it seems to me like every time a Republican gets the white house fuel prices go nuts... Trump, Bush, Bush-Daddy. I believe it is mainly because confidence in the economy goes down with a democrat in the white house as they push restricting environmental policies. Whether my opinion is true or not, it still gets old after decades.
gretz lawrence (6 months ago)
yeah higher food prices can not wait :v
Polar bears freezing to death in Canada only means that they have started to adapt to warmer weather because of global warming.
Europa Europa (6 months ago)
More polar bears are taken by Inuit hunters than any other cause. And it's not even close. Once the Inuit hunter visuals a polar bear, it hasn't got a chance.
I don't want a channel I'm just commenting they are runningout of food though
Jeff Young :( sorry I forgot to add a "*sarcasm*" I've never seen a report of polar bears freezing to death. It would ruin the narrative of global warming if something froze to death.
Jeff Young (6 months ago)
I don't want a channel I'm just commenting. No. They cant find food. Hard to break through 6 feet of ice. They are suffering from malnutrition. Once they lose weight they freeze.
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
that multi-million year evolutionary jump was quick, less than 30 years.
Richard Wagner (6 months ago)
45-50% ice in Hudson Bay looks about right on NSIDC - I guess depends if you count the Hudson strait, too. If I have time later at the office I’ll do an area overlay... be safe!
Richard Wagner (6 months ago)
So I did two quick area calculations from the NSIDC map - not so easy to trace because we don't know where they draw the limits - Hudson Bay only to Foxe Channel shows about 50-55% ice, but once you include Foxe Channel and Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay Area then ice cover drops to about 49%.
Dougj 34 (6 months ago)
I placed my first TrueLeaf order today David, I will share my experience soon after the order arrives. This is uncharted territory for me, I am uncertain re ozs or lbs of seeds to stock up on for any given period of time. Comments from more experienced types would be helpful. Our numbers are few David, thank you for staying the course. I appreciate all in here who can recognize dire straits when you see them. Keep accumulating supplies and preparing your homes for what is to come. Best.
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
@doug, let me know your results, Ive been growing as well, sprouts
Jessica Lancaster (6 months ago)
is it me or the skies darker here in jacksonville
SandcastleDreams 😆
SandcastleDreams (6 months ago)
Well, it is 11:45 pm!
Harbournails& Spa (6 months ago)
Thanks David. I live in BC , when CANADA is a ice cube should I moved to fare bank? I thanks you for your time.
leo smith (6 months ago)
I know the world is going into a cooling cycle, a grand solar minimum that hasn't been seen in 200/400 years and I pray people will start learning to grow their own food
Richard Fliearman (5 months ago)
leo smith I pray the ones who are supposed to survive do. As for the rest.... well mabye we'll get some rest for a change.
darthvader5300 (6 months ago)
Unfortunately they will not learn how to grow their own food starting from basic gardening for they are all dumbed down and brainwashed and indoctrinated with evil liberalism's evil liberal ideologies that prevents them from thinking for themselves and seeing the truth for what it is and they refuse to accept that there are certain things in this in this world that will always be true whether you believe in them or not.
leo smith (6 months ago)
Oh and not to king on Harvard their 100 percent saying there is global warming
leo smith (6 months ago)
Lol I'd rather take my chances with maybe cancer than starving to death sure thing. Just saying
neverlostforwords (6 months ago)
Can you please provide a reference? thank you.
Billy Anderson (6 months ago)
It's just that they can't keep their lies straight!
Jeff Young (6 months ago)
Billy Anderson. Yep. The more you lie, the more lies you need to tell to cover the first lie. After a while you can't keep the lies straight.
leo smith (6 months ago)
Sparkling lol David you keep them honest
marc combs (6 months ago)
A dusting of summer glaciation should help offset the soaring heat. Sounds like a msm jedi mind trick
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
wonder what they will think of next
Paul Jorgenson (6 months ago)
I’ve worked in Banff, Yoho, and Kootenay parks since 07. We’ve worked in snow every month from June to August. Summer snow in the Rockies is nothing new.
Michael Corey (6 months ago)
No big deal , snow in the summer. Some high altitude lakes in western Canada have chunks of ice floating around them that never melt. Be prepared for all 4 seasons in the West buddy boy.
Mark Atkinson (6 months ago)
i get it! this weather is normal for this area! saying it is not warmer or colder than years past! Nothing unusual! Thanks!
A M Simon (6 months ago)
Mark Atkinson He is saying there is usually snow at this lattitude and altitude. There are peaks that have snow year round over there.
Mark Atkinson (6 months ago)
so you are saying its not warming or cooling?
Michael Howell (6 months ago)
About right for coverage. Around 48%
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
cool, thanks.
R. Blakehole (6 months ago)
Hudson's Bay. Is the measurement coverage or volume? Also, are they including or excluding the straits between Baffin Island and Quebec?
Adapt 2030 (6 months ago)
thats what Im not sure of and was hoping someone would let me know, Im a bit confused on demarcation.
Rodd Wayne (6 months ago)
Thanks David. Stay safe eh:)
AlfAman ?! (6 months ago)
60% ice extent Hudson Bay???
Franklin Taylor (6 months ago)
Same. Maybe 60-66.
John Miller (6 months ago)
AlfAman ?! That was my thought too
hogensan (6 months ago)
Canada data is becoming more and more corrupt/ political.

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