- In gold we trust
- Where’s Germany’s gold?
- Ganges River in danger of drying up?
- India – exporting beef to the world
- Closing down the meat industry
- Science today, maybe not tomorrow
- Dishonest Scientists
- Bitcoins, gold and silver and government
- What should be done with the Deities’ Gold?
- Virtual is now accepted as Reality
Monthly Archives: September 2011
The world got along for thousands of years without heavy industrialization, technology, credit derivatives, inflation and unemployment, and it was a time when human beings used to be civilized. excerpt from morning walk conversation, Durban, October 13, 1975: PRABHUPADA: Material … more
Stupid voters enable broken government CNN – LZ GRANDERSON – Sep 27, 2011 The biggest reason government is broken is because of voters.
BBC Speechless As Trader Tells Truth: “The Collapse Is Coming…And Goldman Rules The World” Zero Hedge – TYLER DURDEN – Sep 26, 2011 In an interview on BBC News this morning that left the hosts gob-smacked (google it… it is … more
Forget Gold—What Matters Is Copper Zero Hedge – GONZALO LIRA – Sep 24, 2011 The ongoing price collapse of copper signals that the markets have collectively decided that there is going to be no resurgence of the global economies—at least … more
Was Darwin Wrong? National Geographic Magazine – DAVID QUAMMEN – Nov 2004 Evolutionary theory, though, is a bit different. It’s such a dangerously wonderful and far-reaching view of life that some people find it unacceptable, despite the vast body of … more
Famous fugitive cow finally caught Daily Chilli – Sep 4, 2011 Initially billed for slaughter, six-year-old Yvonne broke free from a farm on May 24 and retreated to the woods in the Upper Bavarian district.
A Point of View: Can religion tell us more than science? BBC News – JOHN GRAY – Sep 16, 2011 Science hasn’t enabled us to dispense with myths. Instead it has become a vehicle for myths – chief among them, … more
Companies ejected from London arms fair for ‘promoting cluster bombs’ Guardian – NICK HOPKINS – Sep 16, 2011 The world’s largest arms fair has thrown out two exhibitors after they were found to be promoting cluster munitions that have been … more
Praying in Paris streets outlawed Telegraph – HENRY SAMUEL – Sep 15, 2011 Praying in the streets of Paris is against the law starting Friday, after the interior minister warned that police will use force if Muslims, and those of … more