- 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: April 2013
Federal Reserve Refuses to Submit to an Audit of Germany’s Gold Held in U.S. Vaults NSNBC International – DR. LONG XINMING (4M) – Apr 18, 2013 The German government has been storing about half of its gold supply with the … more
Apology to readers for error in the dates of the annular solar eclipse of May 10th give in the chart below. The actual eclipse took place at 00:26 UT May 10th, not 11th. – Das dd Dear Prabhus, Dandavats to … more
Don’t Believe the Hype—House Tyrell Is Richer Than House Lannister Slate – MATTHEW YGLESIAS – Apr 17, 2013 …In Westeros, the Lannisters have the cube of gold and the Tyrells with the rich farmland of the Reach have the real … more
Here are two more insightful must-reads on the recent tumble of gold and silver prices. The volatile, roller-coaster ride has been deliberately conceived and crafted by the Fed, Central Banks & their good friends, including (guess who?) Goldman Sachs. Gold … more
Childbirth up, marriage in decline – how has woman’s lot improved in the Western world of liberated women?
Nine facts about marriage and childbirth in the United States Washington Post – EZRA KLEIN – Mar 25, 2013 2) We are very near the “tipping point” when most births will happen out of wedlock. “48 percent of all first … more
This Gold Slam is a Massive Wealth Transfer from Our Pockets to the Banks Peak Prosperity – CHRIS MARTENSON – Apr 15, 2013 …There are two things to note in these snippets. The first is that the main ideas being … more
Bitcoin is a Ponzi scheme—the Internet’s favorite currency will collapse. Slate – ERIC POSNER – April 11, 2013 An even more fundamental problem with bitcoins, and indeed any private currency, is that there is no way to limit its supply. … more