Chile: A Multitude of Water Problems

Before it’s water problems became critical, Chile already had enough issues to deal with.  It was battling serious political scandals.  Its international reputation was in a serious slump as a result of numerous missteps, and its economy was increasingly fragile.  Too, there was the burden of recovery from some serious earthquakes in the recent past. […]

Eastern US: Get Used To The Cold?

Things are changing so fast.  In the northern hemisphere, we’ve seen massive changes in the ice cap, which has led to massive changes in the atmosphere and jet stream, which has shifted weather patterns, including the polar vortex.  In the Atlantic, we’ve seen a record-setting cold spot off the coast of Greenland which itself results […]

AMOC: Laying the Foundation for Fulfilling Prophecies in Revelation?

As regular readers know,  my ministry is deeply involved in pointing out the accelerating decay and decline of the natural systems that underpin the functioning of our world, and pointing to how Biblical prophecies are fulfilled through the impacts of the accelerating declines of these systems.  My entire ministry amounts to one big “Wake Up!” […]

Around The World, A Frantic Search For Water

California has entered its fourth  year of epic drought.   The vast number of people living in California are not immediately threatened–they actually don’t use all that much water–but California agriculture may be well down the road to all but disappearing (and that is a really big deal–California feeds the US).  California may also be entering […]

Strange Things Happening In Global Food Markets

Over the past couple decades, and especially over the last decade, a couple things have been proven to be true in regard to global food supplies.  First, price spikes in food  bring about social unrest that  leads rapidly to conflict.  Second, food prices are tied inextricably to oil prices (because oil in its varying forms is […]

The End Times: Too Big To Take Seriously

There is an excellent article in yesterday’s Washington Post about dramatic ice loss in the Antarctic.  The article points out the 2014 was a landmark year for Antarctic ice because of a study that came out documenting the destabilization of the West Antarctic ice sheet – an unbelievably large ice sheet that is now accelerating […]

Sao Paulo Drought – A Must See Animated Graph

You really must see this chart from The Economist.  It is animated and provides a tremendous amount of data that gives you a reference point for where we are now in Sao Paulo.  Regular readers know I have been keeping a close eye on Sao Paulo for the simple reason that we are seeing the […]


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