Uh-Oh: 85-Year Cooling Trend For Major U.S. Crop Areas Since 1929, NOAA Confirms
June and July are critical growing months for both soybeans and corn in the primary U.S. breadbasket...NOAA confirms that these heat-loving crops no longer enjoy the warmth of the 1930's...an overall cooling trend persists despite huge human CO2 emissions.....
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And you thought America's breadbasket was turning into a scorched, summer-month desert based, of course, on the "expert consensus" climate science, no?
As this NOAA chart depicts, an 85-year cooling trend during the June/July months, affecting the huge corn and soybean and agricultural regions, is without any doubt.
NOAA empirical climate records document the 1°F/century cooling that will severely diminish corn and soybean yields if it continues.
The "expert" predictions that this breadbasket area would be scorched by global warming, due to human CO2 emissions, has proven to be incredibly wrong.
Consensus, dogmatic science about "global" warming, which NOAA confirms to be incorrect, continues to mislead American farmers about the cooling trend.