WEEKEND SHOCKCAST: Another Disastrous Week

If you’re like me, a really big disaster is about as fun as having your stomach pumped. I would even prefer a life in the mountains of Taiwan, feeding chickens and growing tomatoes. (And yes, that’s exactly what my lovely wife is threatening me with.) The problem is that reality doesn’t give breaks, and won’t allow us to avoid the consequences of ignoring it. So, we’re stuck with each other. And that reality has turned up clothed in a rather shocking shade of calamity, this week. Seriously, I wasn’t actually expecting for Peak Oil to pop back into the lime … Click here to read the rest…

Disaster Cycles Converge with Peak Oil – For a Perfect Storm

I didn’t do an article yesterday because I needed to spend time doing research. I had an idea that Peak Oil was still out there, ready to spring on us, after hearing Steve St. Angelo talk about fracking hype. But, I needed to make sure. Unfortunately, now I’m sure. Peak Oil is alive and well on planet Earth, and it is about to combine with three different disaster cycles to do unimaginable damage to us. And, just like the crises of the recent past, we’ve papered over the problem with debt and lies. And now, this downward spiral is going … Click here to read the rest…

Demographic Shock – 2014 – Harry Dent

I find our cognitive limitations to be interesting – fascinating, even. It seems that we can only hold so many ideas at any one time. Introduce a new one beyond our capability to hold, and we either have the stress of living beyond our capabilities (which can be good, short term) or we need to let an old idea fade. I say that because I’ve run across someone with a profoundly important idea for this moment in time in which we live, and he has made some vital and important predictions in the past using that idea. But, he also … Click here to read the rest…

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