Monthly Archives: September 2012

Dr. Albert Bartlett on Arithmetic, Population and Energy

Dr. Albert A. Bartlett – Professor Emeritus Department of Physics University of Colorado at Boulder “The Greatest Shortcoming of the Human Race is our Inability to Understand the Exponential Function” He starts of the lesson with the rule of 70 … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Ray Dalio at the CFR

A Conversation with Ray Dalio at the Council of Foreign Relations About an hour long description of the “economic machine”, and how money printing by the central banks aims to offset deflationary losses from bad investments. Europe may be in … Continue reading

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Michael Burry Speaking at Vanderbilt University on Economic Outlook

Link to Michael Burry’s Blog: Dr. Michael Burry Vanderbilt University Chancellor’s Lecture “Inside the Doomsday Machine with the Outsider who Predicted and Profited from America’s Financial Armageddon”

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Agriculture and Energy in a Global Warming Forecast

A high-level overview of Global Warming research and an extrapolation of what it means to water production, energy production and agriculture. We take a high-level look at the social and investment implications of major global trends. Continue reading

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