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Daily Digest 8/23 - 40 Years Of Fiat Currency, Social Security On Verge Of Insolvency, The Butterflies Of August

Tuesday, August 23, 2011, 10:41 AM
  • Forty Years Without The Gold Standard
  • Social Security Disability On Verge Of Insolvency
  • Wall Street Aristocracy Got $1.2 Trillion in Loans from Fed
  • The U.S. Deficit In One Picture
  • Biden Gives Assurances On U.S. Debt
  • Wall Street Aristocracy Got $1.2 Trillion From Fed
  • The Butterflies Of August
  • Things That Make You Go Hmmm... 
  • Forced Wealth Redistribution Cheers Markets
  • S&P Board Fires CEO For Telling The Truth, To Be Replaced With COO Of Citibank
  • Military installs two high-powered radiation detectors in Japan

Follow our steps to prepare for a world after peak oil, such as how to store & filter water

Economy

Forty Years Without The Gold Standard (jdargis)

Forty, as anyone who has turned it can attest, is, at best, an occasion for ambivalence and, at worst, a bracing peek over the top of the hill. For its four-decade birthday, last week, Paper Dollar, Jr., was confettied with grim statistics and hooted anew by goldbugs and critics of the Fed. The slide show of P.D., Jr.,’s life, to be sure, features some ugly bits—inflation, recession, rising unemployment, harmful speculations, ballooning debt. The regime of which the dollar is the centerpiece, in its role as the world’s reserve currency, is now teetering. It is a shadow of itself. Stooped and arthritic, it smells of mothballs and can no longer afford its beloved Swiss chocolates. It keeps forgetting our names and getting lost on the way home. Still, the average life expectancy for a fiat currency is twenty-seven years; so, by that measure, the greenback has had a good run. Speech! Speech!

Social Security Disability On Verge Of Insolvency (pinecarr)

Laid-off workers and aging baby boomers are flooding Social Security's disability program with benefit claims, pushing the financially strapped system toward the brink of insolvency.

Applications are up nearly 50 percent over a decade ago as people with disabilities lose their jobs and can't find new ones in an economy that has shed nearly 7 million jobs.

Wall Street Aristocracy Got $1.2 Trillion in Loans from Fed (pinecarr)

Fed Chairman Ben S. Bernanke’s unprecedented effort to keep the economy from plunging into depression included lending banks and other companies as much as $1.2 trillion of public money, about the same amount U.S. homeowners currently owe on 6.5 million delinquent and foreclosed mortgages. The largest borrower, Morgan Stanley (MS), got as much as $107.3 billion, while Citigroup took $99.5 billion and Bank of America $91.4 billion, according to a Bloomberg News compilation of data obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests, months of litigation and an act of Congress.

The U.S. Deficit In One Picture (pinecarr)

The money men and their cronies directed the peace dividend into their own pockets. And now that hard times have come, they wish to not only keep their gains but multiply them, and visit hardships on the very people whom they have defrauded. Their greed and hypocrisy knows no bounds.

"Adversity makes men; prosperity makes monsters."

Victor Hugo

Biden Gives Assurances On U.S. Debt (pinecarr)

US Vice-President Joe Biden reassured China on Sunday that the United States would never default on its debt, and urged the world's second-largest economy to continue to invest in US Treasury bonds.

Wall Street Aristocracy Got $1.2 Trillion From Fed (Jason C.)

Fed Chairman Ben S. Bernanke’s unprecedented effort to keep the economy from plunging into depression included lending banks and other companies as much as $1.2 trillion of public money, about the same amount U.S. homeowners currently owe on 6.5 million delinquent and foreclosed mortgages. The largest borrower, Morgan Stanley (MS), got as much as $107.3 billion, while Citigroup took $99.5 billion and Bank of America $91.4 billion, according to a Bloomberg News compilation of data obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests, months of litigation and an act of Congress.

The Butterflies Of August (adam)

Some readers might be familiar with the use of the “butterfly causing a storm” analogy mentioned above, the point of which is to demonstrate the concept that, the more complex a given system, the more difficult it becomes to identify the ultimate causes of changes in the system. In this respect, the “Butterflies of Complex Systems Theory” can be compared to the “Black Swans” of author Nassim Nicholas Taleb, which represent the unforecastable uncertainties inherent in financial markets. In his opinion, financial markets are notoriously bad at pricing in Black Swans and that this inability is a source of opportunity for those who understand otherwise. In a previous Amphora Report, we adapted Taleb’s idea slightly, by introducing the idea of a “Grey Swan”, an event that is ignored or dismissed by the mainstream economic and financial opinion as a material risk, yet proves to be exactly that in time.

Things That Make You Go Hmmm... (Dave R.)

“...you only fnd out who is swimming naked when the tide goes out”

– Warren Buffett

Forced Wealth Redistribution Cheers Markets (Mike K.)

Of course, it was Ghadafi himself who first proposed that oil profits be shared equally by all Libyans, a ploy that bought him two more years in power, until people got fed up of waiting for their promised cut this spring. "Libyans, this is your historic opportunity to take over your oil wealth, power and full freedom. Why do you want to let the chance slip away from you?" - Ghadafi said to his people in February of 2009.

S&P Board Fires CEO For Telling The Truth, To Be Replaced With COO Of Citibank (pinecarr)

Following years of pandering to client demands, and assigning trillions of dollars in fixed income securities with whatever rating money bought (among other things, a factor to the credit bubble and its subsequent implosion) S&P finally tried to do the right thing and tell the truth. However in this case it picked if not the worst, then certainly the most hypocriticial credit in the world to expose - the US itself. Sure enough two weeks after the downgrade, someone made the phone call and the CEO Deven Sharma is no more. As for the kick square in the gonads: Sherma will be replaced with the COO of...you know it... the bank which demanded tens of billions in secret Fed bailout loans itself, Citibank, and whose existence is inextricably tied to America not seeing any more downgrades ever again.

Military installs two high-powered radiation detectors in Japan (Debu)

The new gear enhances the military’s ongoing radiation monitoring program in the aftermath of the nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi power plant, sparked by the massive earthquake and tsunami on March 11.

All four services in Japan have equipment such as handheld meters to gauge radiation on and around people and objects — basic but critical information in a nuclear crisis.

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New home sales.. worst on records dating back 50 years?

"The number of people who bought new homes fell for the fourth straight month in July, putting sales on track to finish this year as the worst on records dating back half a century.

Sales of new homes fell nearly 1 percent in July to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 298,000, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. That's less than half the 700,000 that economists say represent a healthy market.

Housing remains the weakest part of the economy. Last year was the worst for new-home sales on records dating back a half century.

While new homes represent less than one-fifth of the housing market, they have an outsize impact on the economy. Each home built creates an average of three jobs and $90,000 in taxes, according to the National Association of Home Builders.

But all sales remain weak. Sales of previously occupied homes fell in July for the third time in four months, and they are trailing last year's 4.91 million sales, the fewest since 1997. In a healthy economy, people buy roughly 6 million existing homes annually."

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One estimate sees water projects nearly tripling monthly rates, to $90 (Las Vegas)

Bank of America shares fall amid legal, capital woes ("may need to raise some $50 billion of capital")

Greece May Eventually Restructure Debt, Leave Eurozone: Capital Economics

National debt has increased $4 trillion under Obama

Jefferson County Won’t Accept Debt Deal That Rules Out Bankruptcy Filing

Venizelos Says Greek Economy May Shrink Up to 5.3% in 2011

Greek collateral deals put bailout at risk - Moody's

Projected $12-$15 Million Deficit for Lansing Next Year

Japan warns on radiation-hit land

China Overtakes U.S. for First Time as Largest PC Market, Researcher Says

Financial Crisis Is Too Big for Developed World to Cope, Ex-IMF Head Says

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Purchase Mortgages Falling to 20 Year Low!

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CalPERS Boost Cost of Terminating Pension Plan

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Harvey Organ

http://harveyorgan.blogspot.com/

Harvey Organ

Sorry for being late, as I had babysitting chores looking after my grandchildren.
I can now safely say we are within centimeters (not inches) of DEFCON ONE

Gold closed today up $39.80 to close at $1888.70 up a huge $39.80  Silver also responded in kind
rising by $1.16 to close the comex session at $43.59.

At 6:30 pm tonight as I write this, the price of gold is now :  $1908.30
and silver is trading at $43.87.

The markets are surely reacting to the repatriation of gold as the nervous bankers frantically try and recall all of the paper shorts.  The Bank of England will honour their commitment to return the 99 tonnes of gold.
The derivatives that have to be recalled is probably a number close to 10,000 tonnes as the leverage in London is 100 to one.  It looks to me like the derivative balloon as just burst.
 

Rich

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earthquake about 20 minutes

earthquake about 20 minutes ago in DC felt in canada...NYNEX & air traffic control in NY evacuated..

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsus/

 

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A ‘no-growth’ boom will follow 2012 global crash

Excellent view on the cummulative impact of economics, energy and population.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/a-no-growth-boom-will-follow-2012-global-crash-2011-08-23

Mike

 

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Re: Wall Street Aristocracy Got $1.2 Trillion From Fed

...yeah...

Its actually worse than that. From December 2010.

The Wall Street Pentagon Papers: Biggest Scam In World History Exposed – Are The Federal Reserve’s Crimes Too Big To Comprehend?

http://ampedstatus.com/the-wall-street-pentagon-papers-biggest-scam-in-w...

 

We were finally granted the honor and privilege of finding out the specifics, a limited one-time Federal Reserve view, of a secret taxpayer funded “backdoor bailout” by a small group of unelected bankers. This data release reveals “emergency lending programs” that doled out $12.3 TRILLION in taxpayer money – $3.3 trillion in liquidity, $9 trillion in “other financial arrangements.”

Wait, what? Did you say $12.3 TRILLION tax dollars were thrown around in secrecy by unelected bankers… and Congress didn’t know any of the details?

...The Federal Reserve was secretly throwing around our money in unprecedented fashion, and it wasn’t just to the usual suspects like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citigroup, Bank of America, etc.; it was to the entire Global Banking Cartel. To central banks throughout the world: Australia, Denmark, Japan, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, England… To the Fed’s foreign primary dealers like Credit Suisse (Switzerland), Deutsche Bank (Germany), Royal Bank of Scotland (U.K.), Barclays (U.K.), BNP Paribas (France)… All their Ponzi players were “gifted.” All the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations got their cut.

 

 

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Quake sensors removed around Virginia nuke plant...budget cuts

 http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/23/virginia-nuclear-plant-had-quake-sensors-removed-due-to-budget-cuts/

A nuclear power plant that was shut down after an earthquake struck central Virginia Tuesday had seismographs removed in 1990s due to budget cuts.

U.S. nuclear officials said that the North Anna Power Station, which has two nuclear reactors, had lost offsite power and was using diesel generators to maintain cooling operations after an 5.9 earthquake hit the region.

The North Anna plant, which was near the epicenter of Tuesday's quake, is reportedly located on a fault line.

Nice job.

 

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Complete media nonsense....
jumblies wrote:

 http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/23/virginia-nuclear-plant-had-quake-sensors-removed-due-to-budget-cuts/

A nuclear power plant that was shut down after an earthquake struck central Virginia Tuesday had seismographs removed in 1990s due to budget cuts.

U.S. nuclear officials said that the North Anna Power Station, which has two nuclear reactors, had lost offsite power and was using diesel generators to maintain cooling operations after an 5.9 earthquake hit the region.

The North Anna plant, which was near the epicenter of Tuesday's quake, is reportedly located on a fault line.

Nice job.

 

Big deal?  The drama is quite unnecessary jumblies.... 

A seismograph records seismic activity.  It doesn't prevent it or predict it.  So what if they were removed in the 90s?  All that means is they don't have a recording of the quake.  Absolutely ZERO operational impact.

The article is incorrect - North Anna was shutdown using normal procedures following the quake.  The plant divorced from off site power and started operating on backup emergency diesel generators.  They didn't lose off site power.

No word from Arnie Gunderson yet on the tsunami working its way up the James River.......

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we're

not more than 50 crow miles from Lake Anna, and while i was working on our "Simple Pump"  for our beeves-n-sheeps the quake occured. It was my second experience with one and my first to watch the fields roll like a ponds surface in a light breeze. I enjoyed the experience but feel sorrow for those to whom harm came.

 

robie

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Keiser Report: Bankers & Aliens
video [25 minutes]
Keiser Report: Bankers & Aliens
 
Very, very worrying/gratifying.
Venezuela's gold recall will never happen because it is effectively a run on the central banks.
The support of government bonds and support for gold is impossible at the same time, hence the support for bonds is an engineered fraud by the banks, while the support for gold is real, threatening the banks.
And lots more.
Must see.
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http://www.bloomberg.com/news

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-23/dominion-virginia-nuclear-plant-loses-power-in-quake-is-running-on-diesel.html

U.S. Nuclear Industry Tested by Twin Threats

Dominion Resources Inc.'s nuclear-reactor powered North Anna Power Station, near Mineral, Virginia, is pictured in this undated company photo. Source: Dominion Resources/via Bloomberg News

U.S. nuclear plants face the first post-Fukushima test of their ability to withstand multiple natural disasters as Hurricane Irene bears down on an area shaken by a 5.8-magnitude earthquake.

The temblor yesterday knocked out power to Dominion Resources Inc's North Anna nuclear plant in Virginia and prompted 12 stations from North Carolina to Michigan to declare "unusual events" the lowest-level emergency designated by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

North Anna's twin reactors were being cooled by backup diesel generators yesterday after automatically shutting down during the earthquake, whose epicenter was less than 15 miles (24 kilometers) from the plant, about 85 miles southwest of Washington, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

One of the plant's four diesel generators, which power the reactors' cooling systems during the blackout, stopped working as a result of a coolant leak, Roger Hannah, a spokesman for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, said in an interview. Dominion Resources called a fifth standby generator into service to replace the broken unit, Ryan Frazier, a spokesman for the Richmond, Virginia-based company, said in an e-mail.

"It's not critical at this point," Hanah said. "They are able to operate all safety systems off the generators they have."

Hurricane Irene Expected

As East Coast nuclear operators recover from the earthquake, they're reviewing emergency plans in advance of Hurricane Irene's expected arrival later this week. The storm's current track set by the National Hurricane Center estimates Irene will go ashore in North Carolina on Aug. 27 before moving up the East Coast, possibly threatening New York and New England.

The double threat from the earthquake and hurricane is providing a test of the U.S. nuclear industry's disaster preparation at a time when regulators and industry operators are studying the lessons of the disaster at Japan's Fukushima Dai- Ichi plant in March.

The Fukushima reactors lost power after a magnitude 9 earthquake struck in March. The tsunami that followed the quake swamped the plant's diesel generators, leading to a meltdown and the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.

"Based on all information we have thus far, the systems at every U.S. nuclear energy facility where the earthquake's effects were felt responded as designed," Tony Pietrangelo, senior vice president and chief nuclear officer at the Nuclear Energy Institute, a Washington-based industry group, said in a statement yesterday.

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Dogs_In_A_Pile wrote:
jumblies wrote:

 http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/23/virginia-nuclear-plant-had-quake-sensors-removed-due-to-budget-cuts/

A nuclear power plant that was shut down after an earthquake struck central Virginia Tuesday had seismographs removed in 1990s due to budget cuts.

U.S. nuclear officials said that the North Anna Power Station, which has two nuclear reactors, had lost offsite power and was using diesel generators to maintain cooling operations after an 5.9 earthquake hit the region.

The North Anna plant, which was near the epicenter of Tuesday's quake, is reportedly located on a fault line.

Nice job.

 

Big deal?  The drama is quite unnecessary jumblies.... 

Seems to me that building a nuclear power station on a fault line and then removing the devices that check if the fault line is...faulting, just seems a little reckless. I'm sure there are other seismographs elsewhere but still. Speaking as a layman, of course. I'm a techie, not a nukie.

 

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A little nukie....never mind.
jumblies wrote:
Dogs_In_A_Pile wrote:
jumblies wrote:

 http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/23/virginia-nuclear-plant-had-quake-sensors-removed-due-to-budget-cuts/

A nuclear power plant that was shut down after an earthquake struck central Virginia Tuesday had seismographs removed in 1990s due to budget cuts.

U.S. nuclear officials said that the North Anna Power Station, which has two nuclear reactors, had lost offsite power and was using diesel generators to maintain cooling operations after an 5.9 earthquake hit the region.

The North Anna plant, which was near the epicenter of Tuesday's quake, is reportedly located on a fault line.

Nice job.

 

Big deal?  The drama is quite unnecessary jumblies.... 

Seems to me that building a nuclear power station on a fault line and then removing the devices that check if the fault line is...faulting, just seems a little reckless. I'm sure there are other seismographs elsewhere but still. Speaking as a layman, of course. I'm a techie, not a nukie.

 

Everything is built on a tectonic plate that moves - the Central Virginia Seismic zone included - so you can safely make the argument that everything is built on a fault line.  What needs to be addressed (and wasn't in the article cited) is the normal frequency and intensity of seismic activity.  There will be earthquakes - generally, in our area of Virginia and the Piedmont/Middle Atlantic they are relatively low magnitude.  Yesterday's Mineral quake is being called a 100 year quake by the Virginia Tech Seismological Observatory.  (http://www.geol.vt.edu/outreach/vtso/) There are earthquakes every couple of weeks here in the Piedmont area but because we are basically sitting on a giant slab, they are only occasionally felt on the surface.  Most are magnitude 3.0 or less.  At the same time, when the quake is large enough (like yesterday) the shock waves will propagate farther through the slab.

Until seismic modelling advances to the point where it can predict earthquake activity with certainty, an article that makes a poison pill argument that removing seismographs due to budget cuts has anything to do with the safe operation of a nuclear power plant is reckless and alarmist.

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Into Eternity (film) 2010 - Onkalo Nuclear Waste Repository
Dogs_In_A_Pile wrote:
jumblies wrote:
Dogs_In_A_Pile wrote:
jumblies wrote:

 http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/23/virginia-nuclear-plant-had-quake-sensors-removed-due-to-budget-cuts/

A nuclear power plant that was shut down after an earthquake struck central Virginia Tuesday had seismographs removed in 1990s due to budget cuts.

U.S. nuclear officials said that the North Anna Power Station, which has two nuclear reactors, had lost offsite power and was using diesel generators to maintain cooling operations after an 5.9 earthquake hit the region.

The North Anna plant, which was near the epicenter of Tuesday's quake, is reportedly located on a fault line.

Nice job.

 

Big deal?  The drama is quite unnecessary jumblies.... 

Seems to me that building a nuclear power station on a fault line and then removing the devices that check if the fault line is...faulting, just seems a little reckless. I'm sure there are other seismographs elsewhere but still. Speaking as a layman, of course. I'm a techie, not a nukie.

 

Everything is built on a tectonic plate that moves - the Central Virginia Seismic zone included - so you can safely make the argument that everything is built on a fault line.  What needs to be addressed (and wasn't in the article cited) is the normal frequency and intensity of seismic activity.  There will be earthquakes - generally, in our area of Virginia and the Piedmont/Middle Atlantic they are relatively low magnitude.  Yesterday's Mineral quake is being called a 100 year quake by the Virginia Tech Seismological Observatory.  (http://www.geol.vt.edu/outreach/vtso/) There are earthquakes every couple of weeks here in the Piedmont area but because we are basically sitting on a giant slab, they are only occasionally felt on the surface.  Most are magnitude 3.0 or less.  At the same time, when the quake is large enough (like yesterday) the shock waves will propagate farther through the slab.

Until seismic modelling advances to the point where it can predict earthquake activity with certainty, an article that makes a poison pill argument that removing seismographs due to budget cuts has anything to do with the safe operation of a nuclear power plant is reckless and alarmist.

Rick,

Since you appear comfortable in trivialising Jumblies concerns that ten percent of American nuclear power stations are built atop of higher than average risk earthquake zones - techtonic plate movement of Central Virginia Seismic zone or otherwise - I thought it considerate in linking a rather cogent article - with supportive links to source - along with this list : -

What Are The Odds? US Nuke Plants Ranked by Quake Risk

The top 10
Here are the 10 nuclear power sites with the highest risk of an earthquake causing core damage, showing their NRC risk estimates based on 2008 and 1989 geological data

1. Indian Point 3, Buchanan, N.Y.: 1 in 10,000 chance each year. Old estimate: 1 in 17,241. Increase in risk: 72 percent.

2. Pilgrim 1, Plymouth, Mass.: 1 in 14,493. Old estimate: 1 in 125,000. Increase in risk: 763 percent.

3. Limerick 1 and 2, Limerick, Pa.: 1 in 18,868. Old estimate: 1 in 45,455. Increase in risk: 141 percent.

4. Sequoyah 1 and 2, Soddy-Daisy, Tenn.: 1 in 19,608. Old estimate: 1 in 102,041. Increase in risk: 420 percent.

5. Beaver Valley 1, Shippingport, Pa.: 1 in 20,833. Old estimate: 1 in 76,923. Increase in risk: 269 percent.

6. Saint Lucie 1 and 2, Jensen Beach, Fla.: 1 in 21,739. Old estimate: N/A.

7. North Anna 1 and 2, Louisa, Va.: 1 in 22,727. Old estimate: 1 in 31,250. Increase in risk: 38 percent.

8. Oconee 1, 2 and 3, Seneca, S.C.: 1 in 23,256. Old estimate: 1 in 100,000. Increase in risk: 330 percent.

9. Diablo Canyon 1 and 2, Avila Beach, Calif.: 1 in 23,810. Old estimate: N/A.

10. Three Mile Island, Middletown, Pa.: 1 in 25,000. Old estimate: 1 in 45,455. Increase in risk: 82 percent.

 


While I'm at it, I also hoped that maybe you'd see to it that my June 11th post - that I directed to you personally - was very long overdue a reply?

Into Eternity (film) 2010 - Onkalo Nuclear Waste Repository

Paul

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