Skip to comments.Global warming is causing apples to lose crunch: study
Posted on 08/15/2013 10:56:49 PM PDT by BlackVeil
A recent study has found that global warming is causing apples to lose some of their crunch.
The study which was published on Scientific Reports, analysed data gathered from 1970 to 2010 at two orchards in Japan and ...
(Excerpt) Read more at foodmag.com.au ...
This should probably be in Breaking News.
A new, and alarming, development.
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This is odd because the apples on the trees on my acreage are crisp and tasty. Maybe it’s because those not-so-good apples came from democrat-liberal land?
Two orchards is a very big sample, by the standards of Climate Change research.
Too much application of the hockey stick.
Hey gramps, how's the apple?
Not as crisp as I remember, you whippersnapper.
Case closed, and pre-written story submitted and published.
Global warming curdles the milk in my mouth while my stomach is proof of the ever expanding universe.
But it keeps my pizza warm longer
“yet they blame “Global” warming.”
Those are what I call Gorebasams.
In fact, there is always global warming, as well as global cooling. Nothing on Earth is static, and there is nothing man can do to change it. Maybe Obozo can send some of his Chicago buds to the sun to bust some heads and suck some taxes.
No global whining here, either.
... Record low temperature set at Mansfield and Youngstown OH...
At 700 am, the temperature at Mansfield lahm Airport fell to 46 degrees. This ties the record low for this date set in 1979.
At 707 am, the temperature at Youngstown regional Airport fell to 46 degrees. This sets a new record low for this date. The old record low for today was 47 degrees set in 1979.
Global Warming huh
Or they’re picked before ripening to ensure shipping doesn’t smoosh them.
Grocery stores apples suck.
Local orchard apples are perfect.
BS ...Guess who paysfor such a study.
Compared to the genetically modified apples?
...will the b s never end?
Can’t wait for those new citrus groves, tomato farms and and strawberry fields in northern Canada and Siberia to flood the market with cheap fruits and vegetables.
“analysed data gathered from 1970 to 2010 at two orchards in Japan.”
Wait till the post radiation data skews this exhaustive study.
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