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There is always a food crisis somewhere in the world. It could be in India due to the annual
Monsoons coming too soon washing away the planted seeds, or too late allowing them to wilt and
die before the much needed rain. There might be a drought in China, causing issues with rice.
Droughts and floods in Africa are well known and cause havoc half of the time making it difficult for
that continent to feed itself. But have you ever wondered what would happen if there was the
perfect storm so to speak?

What if everything hit, everywhere all at once? You know, lately our think tank has been tracking
the Ug99 wheat fungus, which could be one with the components of that perfect storm if we
consider the increasing dead zones in the ocean, over fishing and acidity issues. It will be a deal
killer, tipping point, Black Swan, and force multiplier against the human race all at the same time

The price of rice challenges and the Ug99 fungus, it could be a perfect storm. Imagine
simultaneously having to deal with all of those issue in the same year or over a 5-10 period? And
our think tank often discusses water - well, it is more than serious. Imagine another drought like
Australia's 50-year drought cycle becoming permanent to all of Asia, Africa, and North America
during the same period.

Could mankind grow enough food to feed this ever increasing population, which seems to be living
longer and longer? Time will tell, question is are we ready for it? What if the Ug99 Fungus hits all
of Africa, Middle East, and Asia. Can the US, Brazil and other areas grow enough to feed
everyone? And if there are simultaneous drought situations in Asia, and the rice crop is cut by half,
and we already know fishing is almost a dead issue. How will human civilizations survive, how
much can the human race take?

Without adequate food there will be malnourished children, infant mortality increases, and major
civil unrest in many regions. Many continents are already under maximum stress, and the less
food the greater the violence and challenges to get more food into these areas via humanitarian
NGOs for instance. So, you see the World Food Crisis continues, no end in sight, and more bad
news and wild cards on the horizon, as if the current strife wasn't enough. Please consider all this,
and offer up your suggestions.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online
Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes it's hard to write 20,000 articles;
http://www.bloggingcontent.net/.

Note: All of Lance Winslow's articles are written by him, not by Automated Software, any

Computer Program, or Artificially Intelligent Software. None of his articles are outsourced, PLR
Content or written by ghost writers.


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