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Daily Digest 5/12 - 'Methane Backpacks' For Cows, Defending The Open Internet

Monday, May 12, 2014, 10:33 AM
  • 'Rich List' counts more than 100 UK billionaires
  • EJ Dionne: The Democrats’ strategic ambiguity
  • Schooled
  • Technical Picture: Gold Neutral, Silver Fragile, Palladium Breakout
  • Defending The Open Internet
  • ‘Methane backpacks’ capture cow farts, turn them into green fuel
  • Asia at Risk of Oil Supply Disruption
  • A Lesson in Farming, Classroom to Cafeteria
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Daily Digest 5/10 - Foreign Banks Collect Billions From Fed, The Price Of Power

Saturday, May 10, 2014, 11:24 AM
  • Hardship Makes a New Home in the Suburbs
  • Foreign Banks Collecting Billions From the Fed
  • The price of power
  • Intelligence employees, current and past, barred from citing news leaks
  • But What Would the End of Humanity Mean for Me?
  • Lew Says China Must Avoid Putting Off Economic Reforms
  • 'Electrosmog' disrupts orientation in migratory birds, scientists show
  • Slow Exit of the Midwest’s Winter Buries Gardens in a Deep Freeze
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Daily Digest 5/9 - Why Americans Leave The Suburbs, Industrial Agriculture Is Too Big To Succeed

Friday, May 9, 2014, 10:32 AM
  • The solutions to all our problems may be buried in PDFs that nobody reads
  • Why Americans are fleeing the suburbs
  • Fire Them All
  • Portland has 10 times more people cycling to work than the average US city
  • Are Gold & Silver Worthless When SHTF?
  • Report: Pentagon Paid $150 Per Gallon for Green Jet Fuel
  • Can Rail Rebound From Rough Winter With New Oil Rules?
  • Industrial Agriculture: Too Big to Succeed
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Daily Digest 5/8 - Gold Fixing Lawsuits Begin, Development in the Ecological Age

Thursday, May 8, 2014, 10:58 AM
  • Sen. Introduces Bill To Test Out Taxing Motorists For Every Mile They Drive
  • Gold Fixing Lawsuits Begin In New York
  • Why Are We Entering the Cold War Again?
  • Silver, Gold, and (Not Paying) Taxes
  • Gold – Fertile Ground for Sarcastic Analysis
  • John Mauldin's Knock on the Side of the Head to World Leaders
  • The End Of An Oil Boom Is Threatening Norway's Welfare Model
  • China Sends Oil Rig To Disputed Waters
  • Climate Change: The Bigger Picture
  • Development in the Ecological Age
  • A New Take on Sustainable Aquaculture With An Interesting Species Choice
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Daily Digest 5/7 - Tuition Rates Continue To Rise, Child Diabetes Skyrockets

Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 11:20 AM
  • Early Tap of 401(k) Replaces Homes as American Piggy Bank
  • States seek a spot in retirement plan landscape
  • Venezuela's Minimum Wage Hike Is No Match for Inflation
  • Tuition rates still going higher
  • One in seven hospital patients is diabetic: NHS now pays record £10billion a year to treat the condition
  • Diabetes Rates in American Children Skyrocket
  • Ruble Drop Hitting Russia Shoppers Speeds Slide to Recession
  • Rising Price of Metal Attracting Thieves to Utah Homes, Businesses
  • First-Quarter U.S. Economic Slump Looking Uglier by the Day
  • Canada’s public service pension plan has $152 billion in liabilities: AG
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Daily Digest 5/6 - Time to Worry About Stock Market Bubbles, Fungus Affects Coffee Crops

Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 11:02 AM
  • America's Essentials Are Getting More Expensive While Its Toys Are Getting Cheap
  • Time to Admit that Gold Peaked in 2011?
  • China Is Quietly Profiting From the Russia-Ukraine Standoff: Here's How
  • Credit Suisse in talks to pay $1.6 billion to resolve U.S. tax probe: source
  • Time to Worry About Stock Market Bubbles
  • AAA: Drivers Should Soon See Relief At The Pump
  • A Coffee Crop Withers
  • Climate change is clear and present danger, says landmark US report
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Daily Digest 5/5 - Safe Havens Since The Financial Crisis, Where The Wild Things Were

Monday, May 5, 2014, 10:57 AM
  • Ukraine suffers deadliest day in months; 34 killed in Odessa
  • Stephen Hawking: 'Transcendence looks at the implications of artificial intelligence - but are we taking AI seriously enough?'
  • Faber: The Market is Long Overdue for a Significant Correction
  • Safe Havens Since The Great Financial Crisis
  • Scientists race to develop farm animals to survive climate change
  • U.S. Announces First Superstorm-Related Oil Reserve
  • Michigan Takes Away the “Right to Farm” from Folks in the Suburbs
  • Where The Wild Things Were
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Daily Digest 5/4 - Many Faces Of Ukraine Rebellion, Robots Will Take Our Jobs

Sunday, May 4, 2014, 12:48 PM
  • The Tale Of Two Schools
  • U.S. Media Covers Up Mass Murder in Odessa
  • Behind the Masks in Ukraine, Many Faces of Rebellion
  • Robots Will Take Our Jobs
  • Devices That Know How We Really Feel
  • Workin’ 9 to 5 (What a Way to Make a Living)
  • The other downside of antibiotics: Killing the useful bacteria
  • U.S. corn yields are growing, but so is sensitivity to drought
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Daily Digest 5/3 - Graveyards Of Trash In Ocean, The Power Of Fat

Saturday, May 3, 2014, 11:30 AM
  • A Vision of the Future From Those Likely to Invent It
  • The Power Of Fat
  • Jobless In Seattle
  • Stealth U.S. Austerity: Spending After the Budget Wars
  • The Man Who Would Make Food Obsolete
  • Accident Leads to Scrutiny of Oil Sand Production
  • World Health Organization warns of “post-antibiotic” era
  • Graveyards Of Trash
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Daily Digest 5/2 - Jobs Report Shows Falling Unemployment, The Best Way to Profit from Peak Oil

Friday, May 2, 2014, 10:19 AM
  • Can Police Search Your Cell Phone Without A Warrant? The Supreme Court Is About To Decide
  • Unemployment Rate at Lowest Since 2008 as Hiring Jumps
  • How Not to Be Misled by the Jobs Report
  • Inside The “Low-flation” Myth: A Disquisition On Inflation Seen And Not Seen
  • Is Gold Price Manipulation Good Or Bad For Gold Investors?
  • The Big Fish Win Again
  • Angelos Damaskos: The Best Way to Profit from Peak Oil
  • Mixed Earnings Reports Suggest Big Oil May Have Peaked