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agw predicted to hit russian wheat 10% by 2100
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M***@kymhorsell.com
2019-03-14 09:16:02 UTC
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*Future changes in spring wheat yield in the European Russia as
inferred from a large ensemble of high-resolution climate projections
Spring wheat yields could fall by 10% by 2050 in Russia if the world
experiences severe climate change, new research finds. Using a crop
model, the researchers find that a "high emissions" future scenario
(RCP8.5) could have varying regional impacts across Russia. In the
fertile Central Black-Earth region (southwest of Moscow), for example,
yields could decrease by 33% by 2099. "However, the major losses in
total production (gross yield) are expected to occur in the
Privolzhsky Federal District - where the spring wheat areas amount to
87% of the total cultivated area in the region," the authors say.
-- Environmental Research Letters

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AlleyCat
2019-03-15 03:27:36 UTC
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2019-03-15 04:54:35 UTC
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
*Future changes in spring wheat yield in the European Russia as
inferred from a large ensemble of high-resolution climate projections
Spring wheat yields could fall by 10% by 2050 in Russia if the world
experiences severe climate change,
You realize that they're saying it's getting COLDER.

Right?

Russia is NOT a tropical paradise. It's cold. More heat would be a very
good thing for them. In fact, wheat hates the cold. As anyone who actually
knows about this stuff will tell you, Stalin REJECTED evolution, instead
he adopted some "Theory" called Lysenkoism, which was almost identical
to Darwin's Pangenesis (they were both plageiriazed from Lamarkism,
and amongst the crack pot notions Stalin had was that he could train
wheat to grow in cold places...

NOTE: You probably don't need to know but Darwin's "Theory" was
actually called pangenesis, and he believed that every part of the
body produced "Gemmules." And, if a slow animal suddenly had to run
fast, building up it's legs, it's legs would then produce "Strong & Fast"
gemmules which would collect in it's gonads and get passed along to
their offspring... who would inherit these "Strong & Fast" leg gemmules,
resulting in the animal being born with strong & fast legs.

Yeah, and yet everything you ever read said that Darwin was a genius who
invented or discovered "Evolution"...

So Stalin REJECTED evolution in favor of a nearly identical crackpot
theory as the one Darwin imagined, which left him believing that he
could train wheat to grow in cold places... the result being a huge waste
of time and probably a strong contribution to a number of famines,
including one or more in China as the Chinese communist originally
adopted this Darwinist view instead of actual evolution and the
Mendelian Laws of Inheritance...

Long story short: Russia is a big place with a lot of cold real estate,
and would really benefit from some serious warming. Their national
policy for many years was to use idiotic "Darwin" style science to
teach wheat to grow in the cold, something that would provide them
with oodles more food. The only thing that could possibly hurt Russian
food production is global COOLING.






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