Nearly two decades of "abnormally" good weather in America's Midwest breadbasket are about over. Elsewhere in the world, ominous shifts in critical monsoon patterns could mean historically unprecedented hunger and starvation for up to half the human race! Never has mankind been so critically dependent upon the weather – continuous good weather. It means the difference between sufficiency and starvation for the world's 3.7 billion inhabitants. World population continues to grow at a rate which doubles every 36 years. Yet there are only enough food grains in store at anyone time to cover 7 to 10 percent of the annual worldwide requirements. This amounts to less than a one-month's supply!
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