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The California Drought Is The Worst in 1,200 Years

The following article by independent journalist Lyn Leahz [1] isn’t perfect for a variety of reasons:

1.  For those who are not Christian, some of her references to bible “revelations” could potentially throw a reader off

2.  This is clearly an OpEd

HOWEVER… IF the reader can look beyond those things, Lyn Leahz presents some incredible facts and points about how soon, how close, and how deadly the coming food shortage is – honestly it is the equivalent of an American holocaust through food – and this article isn’t even about the “slow” deaths allegedly being allowed by the use of GMO food products.  The California drought is potentially more deadly, more expensive, and more devastating than most wars, famines, or holocausts we have seen in thousands of years.

Leahz’s article is titled “Experts Speechless Upon Most Unexpected Discovery! Evidence the USA Is About To Be Ushered Into Endless Tailspin of Apocalyptic Events? It Certainly Appears That Way! (Photos and Videos)” [2] and she writes:

Jokes Aside, What Would It Really Be Like If California Disappeared?

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Many people have no real clue just how important California is to us in relation to produce, nuts, and a whole slew of circumstances which could lead us into a nasty tailspin of apocalyptic events should the current three year drought continue without much of a reprieve. And, according to experts, worse is coming!

However, that’s not all they have discovered—there is more—and they are genuinely surprised by their recent find.

But first, we must ask, what would it be like if California were to disappear?

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California Produces In The 90% Range of Almost All American Fruits and Vegetables


Expensive and grainy. California produces a sizable majority of many American fruits, vegetables, and nuts: 99 percent of artichokes, 99 percent of walnuts, 97 percent of kiwis, 97 percent of plums, 95 percent of celery, 95 percent of garlic, 89 percent of cauliflower, 71 percent of spinach, and 69 percent of carrots (and the list goes on and on).

Some of this is due to climate and soil. No other state, or even a combination of states, can match California’s output per acre. Lemon yields in California, for example, are more than 50 percent higher than in Arizona. California spinach yield per acre is 60 percent higher than the national average.

Without California, supply of all these products in the United States and abroad would dip, and in the first few years, a few might be nearly impossible to find. Orchard-based products in particular, such as nuts and some fruits, would take many years to spring back.

Why Is No One Talking About The Price Surge We Are About To Experience In Weeks?


Price surges would eventually become the larger issue. Rising prices would force Americans to consume more grains, which are locked in a complicated price-dependent relationship with fresh fruits, vegetables, and meats. When the price of produce increases, people eat more grain.

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When the price of grain drops, people eat more fruits and vegetables. (In fact, in some parts of the world, wheat and rice are the only proven “Giffen goods”—a product in which decreasing prices lead to decreasing demand.) Young people and the poor in America, more than others, eat less fresh food when prices rise. Slate News [4]

The Domino Effect Of Your Nightmares


It would be one massive, nasty domino effect after another which would have dire results on the entire United States of America. Clearly, this would fulfill Revelation 6:6. Re-read the second paragraph above and then read Revelation 6:6 (below). Grain prices would escalate drastically, the young and poor would be affected on a large scale, yet the rich (the oil and the wine) would not be touched.

Revelation 6:6 And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine.

Land is exposed by the extremely low water level of Lake Kaweah on February 5, 2014 near Visalia, California.
Land is exposed by the extremely low water level of Lake Kaweah on February 5, 2014 near Visalia, California.

Land is exposed by the extremely low water level of Lake Kaweah on February 5, 2014 near Visalia, California. Now in its third straight year of unprecedented drought, California is experiencing its driest year on record, dating back 119 years and possible the worst in the past 500 years (Lyn Leahz: as you will see below, new information has revealed that this figure has changed drastically).

Grasslands that support cattle have dried up, forcing ranchers to feed them expensive supplemental hay to keep them from starving or to sell at least some of their herds, and farmers are struggling with diminishing crop water and what to plant or whether to tear out permanent crops which use water year-round such, as almond trees.

About 17 rural communities could run out of drinking water within several weeks and politicians are are pushing to undo laws that protect several endangered species.

Fortune News: “Not just bad, but extreme, of massive scope, and complex”

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According to an August 11, 2014 publication in Fortune News, it is not just bad, but extreme, of massive scope, and complex:

More than 80% of California is now in a state of extreme drought, according to the latest assessment. The environmental conditions that residents are experiencing today actually began in 2011. Still, there seems to be no end in sight. Water costs are sky high, as you would expect, but Californians are paying the price in more ways than one.

The state’s Central Valley agriculture industry, for example, stands to lose $1.7 billion this year as a result of what some believe is the worst drought to affect the region in 500 years. (Note, Lyn Leahz: This number has greatly increasd to date. See more below.) Some 14,500 workers could lose their jobs in an area responsible for half of the state’s agriculture and five percent of the entire nation’s.

Worst Drought in 1,200 years or MORE in California – A Biblical Prediction?


How will California survive? For a problem of such massive scope, the solutions will be complex, experts say. Fortune News

Jesus Christ told the disciples in the Bible (Matthew 24:7—below) that famine (which is a result of drought) would be one of the signs that we are living in the time of the birth pains, which puts us very close to the beginning of the tribulation, when that happens.

Matthew 24:7 For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.

According to a recent news publication in the Daily Mail [5]: (similar articles can be found at most news websites, including but not limited to, USA Today, Fortune News, etc)

Scientists: The Worst Is Yet To Come


California’s three year drought is the worst seen for over 1200 years, researchers have found. Scientists looking at the cumulative effects of temperature, low precipitation and other factors said that it all adds up to the worst conditions in more than a millennium. They also claim that worse could be to come, with droughts almost certain to occur again in the future.

A combination of record high temperatures and sparse rainfall during California’s three-year drought have produced the worst conditions in 1,200 years, according to a study accepted for publication by the American Geophysical Union (AGU).

’The current California drought is exceptionally severe in the context of at least the last millennium and is driven by reduced though not unprecedented precipitation and record high temperatures,’ the report’s authors said in the study released late Thursday.

The study by the University of Minnesota and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution said that warm, dry conditions have shrunk the supply of surface water from reservoirs, streams and the Sierra Nevada snowpack in the state, even as demand from people and farms has gone up, resulting in unprecedented scarcity.

‘This time, however, the result was different.’


Well, a professor and a scientist asked just how unusual this particular ongoing drought is, and the answer they discovered wasn’t quite what they were expecting:

Daniel Griffin, an assistant professor in the Department of Geography, Environment and Society at the University of Minnesota, and Kevin Anchukaitis, an assistant scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, asked the question, ‘How unusual is the ongoing California drought?’ and collected new tree-ring samples from blue oak trees in southern and central California.

‘California’s old blue oaks are as close to nature’s rain gauges as we get,’ says Griffin. ’They thrive in some of the driest environments where trees can grow in California.’

Blue Oak trees are very sensitive to moisture changes and their tree rings vividly display moisture changes and fluctuations.

Griffin, a NOAA Climate and Globaly Change Fellow and Former WHOI postdoctoral shcholar stated, ‘We were genuinely surprised at the result. This is California – drought happens. Time and again, the most common result in tree-ring studies is that drought episodes in the past were more extreme than those of more recent eras.

‘This time, however, the result was different.’

The result was different? This means that in times past it was not worse or even equal to the magnitude it is now. In other words, to as far back as they are able to date using the tree ring method, what is happening now exceeds any of the droughts that have occurred before.


WARNING! Deadly Levels of Radiation Escalate This Year In the USA! Experts GREATLY Concerned.


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[1] Lyn Leahz Biography






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