FOOD CRISIS: David DuByne tells Mike Adams hunger looms as crops fail due to “grand solar minimum”

The world will start to feel the impact of food shortages not later than June or early July. But the real scare will happen only during the harvest season when farm yields come in and show a substantial decline. People’s fear will heighten and panic will set in. By then, however, it’ll be a delayed reaction.

David DuByne, an expert on global crop yields, described this looming scenario to the Health Ranger Mike Adams during a recent episode of “Brighteon Conversations.”

According to DuByne, the hunger alert can be attributed to the sun’s cycle, specifically the “grand solar minimum” described as a long period of less solar activity, plus other intervening factors.

“It’s about cycles in the way that our universe operates in cycles. Our solar system operates in cycles, as we go through the year. Our sun operates on a cycle as well, through higher activity and lower activity,” said DuByne, creator of Adapt 2030 which covers climate change and crop losses largely ignored by the mainstream media.

“Now, it doesn’t have to be a 12,000-year cycle, such as the Younger Dryas impact that sets the world back to Stone Age. But there are smaller cycles encapsulated with larger cycles. If you were to know that cycle duration and the onset of a cycle, a 400-year solar minimum cycle that through the past has reduced crop yields caused massive migrations of people looking for better lifestyles and food.” (Related: The STARVATION MATRIX decoded: Russia, fertilizer, hydrocarbons, CO2, the Haber equation and crop yields explained.)


DuByne was referring to the Maunder Minimum, which occurred from 1645 to 1710 and was characterized by extremely rare sunspots that led to very low crop yields.

“What you grew is what you got in the 1600s. Then you could try to control what was going to happen. You would know from past experiences of these grand solar minimums going back how many thousands of years that it has a certain onset, the jet streams cloud cells shift, growing season shrink, food productions last, you can make excuses for it,” DuByne added.

“And then you could try to control the chaos on the way down. And I think that’s what’s happening right now. Elite power brokers of this planet understand these cycles here. They knew it was inbound, the chaos happening this minute is because they’re trying to mitigate, control the downward spiral of food production because hungry people do strange things.”

Adams agreed.

“Now hopefully, people understand that less sunlight reaching the surface of the Earth results in lower crop yields because photosynthesis requires sunlight. Okay, so I just want to establish that there’s a direct relationship between sunlight and crop yields. And then secondly, that we are at the tipping point of this current cycle with reduced sunlight,” said Adams.

According to DuByne, the world is coming through the short end of this solar cycle.

“Even NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration] and NOAA [National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration] confirm that solar cycle 26 will have a maximum of six sunspots. So the way that it’s going to decline in activity very rapidly, there’s going to be magnetic effects on our planet happening as well.”

DuByne explained plant and harvest dates are predicated on locked-in jet streams in cloud cells that are predictable. “So we’re just at the cusp, in the beginning of it, the crashes and the food insecurity. This is what topples governments every time and resets the economy.”

And because the people are oblivious to it, the government must find excuses to mask it. Hide the true crop data and attribute the low figures to climate change, fertilizer shortages, the broken supply chain and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which DuByne believes will account for 35 percent less fertilizer available.

Doing the math, Adams said: “Since four billion people depend on fertilizer, fertilizer nutrients, fossil fuel-created fertilizers in order to feed themselves, in order to grow the crops, so if you lose a third of the fertilizers, you’re going to lose a third of the four billion people who depend on them.  So a third of four billion people, it’s over a billion people could starve to death as this rolls out.”

Based on his projections, DuByne said “we should hit the bottom somewhere around 2028. Now, as we trend into this thing over, coming in May, June, July and August, you are gonna see extremes that you thought were literally impossible.”

DuByne was referring to out-of-season weather extremes like record cold, wind, hail and rain.

To mitigate their effects, DuByne and Adams want people to get out of the centralized system, go back to their communities, grow their own food, produce their own fertilizer or even resort to guerilla gardening.

Globalists intend to make people helpless and dependent

Adams said the globalists intend to make people helpless and dependent, and use the coming crisis to enforce food rationing in the United States.

According to DuByne, that isn’t far-fetched as apart from the lack of fertilizers, herbicides are going to be short by about 10 percent, with pesticides also to be on the lean side.

As the yield declines, food becomes scarce and prices rise in such a way that food expenses are going to eat up a big chunk of the household budget, particularly the low-income earners.

Studies show when 50 percent of input goes to food and rent exceeds 50 percent, that’s when people get enraged and street protests happen.

And DuByne feels the situation is headed in that direction if the Russia-Ukraine conflict isn’t resolved soon.

“May will be a pivotal month once the crop planting reports have come in and the farmers really start to tell the truth about the lack of inputs, fertilizer, herbicides, pesticides that they have to put in the crops, and you can get a basic number of what the decline yields will be versus what mostly false USDA [United States Department of Agriculture] numbers are going to be.”

Citing examples, DuByne said Peru lost 60 percent of its soybean crop, Brazil downgraded twice its soybean crop, Argentina isn’t exporting corn and China posted its lowest winter wheat yield.

Despite the poor prognosis, Adams said May, June and July still provide people a window of opportunity to solve their food supply problems. “Because after the summer, all hell is gonna break loose and people are going to lose their minds and then you won’t be able to even find seeds, perhaps,” said Adams.

Expounding the situation, Dubyne said when food rationing happens, civil unrest may escalate and there’s a probability flash mobs would occur, and they will not only strike in supermarkets but also food storage areas like grain silos or grain warehouses. Troops will be called in and nobody could tell what will happen from there.

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Watch the video below as David Dubyne tells the Health Ranger Mike Adams about the grand solar minimum and its implications on the global food supply.

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