And What About Fukushima's Little Contributions?
Richard Ohge 06/04/2012 @ 11:17am
There are growing reports of plant and animal mutations across the planet including the US. The effects seem to be accumulating despite the Japanese and US Government's silence on the issue. There's no reason to not consider this is affecting our weather patterns, as well. The Japanese, including Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) chose to build their six-unit complex in a known risky place and what they should have expected happened. As of yet, no permanent or even decent temporary solution is in place other than spraying sea water into the molten mass in the chamber to keep it from maxing up the heat and melting into the magma chamber under the bedrock below. Shouldn't the Japanese Government bear some responsibility to American Farmers, if this is, in fact, having detrimental effects on Weather, Soil and Plant Health?
Dry getting drier, wet getting wetter --… By: Jeff Caldwell04/17/2014 @ 8:37am
Rain and snow last weekend and early this week was enough to put a dent in the general drought…
Soybeans blast off on strong processing data By: Jeff Caldwell04/15/2014 @ 3:27pm
Soybean futures topped out Tuesday above $15/bushel for the first time in quite a while on news…
Farm Debt-to-Asset Ratios Lowest in 20 Years… By: Jeff Caldwell04/15/2014 @ 2:27pm
Farm debt has increased a lot over the last two decades. Bad news, right? At the same time, general…