Stop with the “climate change” nonsense unless you can present some facts that support those “man-made global warming” articles you keep printing.
A good example of what I mean appears in your July 25 paper: “Climate Change may reduce wheat, corn crops.”
In said article the author writes: “There is as much as 10 percent chance the rate of corn yield will slow and a five percent probability for wheat ...” and “Climate change has substantially increased the prospect that crop production will fail to keep up with rising demand in the next 20 years.”
What does all that mean? It is like your stock broker telling you that your stock may go up — or go down!
Further, when you research the issue of crop yield, you will find that global warming has had no effect whatsoever on crop yields here in the U.S., Canada or Mexico.
You will also find that crop yields,not only have increased here, but all over the world.
What makes this article even more ridiculous is found in the last paragraph of said article that states the United Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations predicts that yields for corn and wheat will further increase by some 13 percent per decade through 2030.
So what was the point of publishing said article?