Results for Collapse
- The Lie That Is "Diversification"
The Lie That Is "Diversification" I listened religiously to the conventional wisdom that was rammed down the average American’s throat that “diversification is the only free lunch.” What a lie! After watching my hard earned, frugally ...
Forum topic - mcafeejs - May 20 2009 - 11:46am - 2 comments
- Collapse scenario(s)?
http://grunes.wordpress.com/2007/03/07/joki-jarmo-lampela-2001/ is a Finnish film called Joki ( the river ) available with English subtitles. I watched this film earlier this year and have been haunted by it since. Normally I would not wish to ...
Forum topic - pir8don - May 12 2009 - 8:11pm - 72 comments
- Reasoned Rebuttal to the Exponential Problem . . . Does one exist?
Hello! Relatively new to the site and completely new to a pessimistic outlook. I apologize if anyone has asked this question before. I looked and could find no answer to my question. What I am wondering is if there is an intelligent and ...
Forum topic - cpkj - May 2 2009 - 11:39pm - 2 comments
- Will the dollar collapse?
Hello everyone! I've been an avid reader for the past couple of months and finally got enough gumption to post. Straight to the point. What are your thoughts on an eventual dollar collapse? Do you think this is possible? Inevitable? ...
Forum topic - rrumbaugh - Apr 28 2009 - 10:10am - 4 comments
- Will anything really happen?
Hello all, I've been reading and looking through these forums for a couple of weeks now .I've also just finished watching the crash course as well, though I must admit I will probably have to go over some things a few more times - there ...
Forum topic - ljones0 - Apr 19 2009 - 1:42pm - 12 comments
- Argentina collapse (2001)insight into the USA coming collapse?
Thought you might like to see the view from a country that already collapsed. Where is the USA in this picture. What will it take for America to wake up??????? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH6_i8zuffs Re: Argentina collapse (2001)insight ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Apr 7 2009 - 5:32pm - 1 comment
- more Peak Oil news - ODAC Newsletter
Non-OPEC oil supply to fall further, faster Joshua Schneyer and David Sheppard, Reuters, 01 Apr 2009 View original article A plunge in oilfield spending means non-OPEC oil output could soon fall, raising prices and ...
Forum topic - Damnthematrix - Apr 3 2009 - 3:47pm - 29 comments
- the Summer of Discontent
From Edinburgh to Paris to Kiev, Europe is revolting Paola Totaro Europe Correspondent March 28, 2009 http://www.smh.com.au/world/20090327-9e62.html THE signs are everywhere, from smashed windows in the mansion of a British banker to ...
Forum topic - Damnthematrix - Mar 28 2009 - 9:13am - 3 comments
- More Good news for Generation X
More Good news for Generation X MSNBC.com Boomers face stark choices in bleak economy Prolonged economic collapse leaves little time to reinvent, recover, rebuild updated 5:29 p.m. ET, Wed., March. 11, 2009 It ...
Forum topic - Damnthematrix - Mar 26 2009 - 8:03pm - 3 comments
- Weak US Bond Auction
What is the significance of this event? Do we have less time than we thought? http://market-ticker.org/archives/899-Bond-Market-To-Bernanke-and-Obama-... (Collapse, crash, Dollar, Economy, Important) What is the significance of this ...
Forum topic - NeoChalcedonian - Mar 25 2009 - 4:36pm - 0 comments
- Bernie Madoff: NOT the Lone Gunman?
Anyone know if there is any veracity to these rumors? Not that they really matter - years ago I was up on all the Vince Foster & Ron Brown murders, reading Nick Guarino and The Wall Street Underground, and was buying a lot of gold, getting ready for ...
Forum topic - paranoid - Mar 24 2009 - 10:29pm - 3 comments
- NWO/Collapse is a GOOD thing
The current collapse lends more credence that all organisms (& species) follow the same laws, in many respects exemplified by Thomas Malthus. Conspiracy theories etc etc all aside, if you read the current science, in the larger scheme of things we ...
Forum topic - paranoid - Mar 22 2009 - 10:50pm - 5 comments
- More Looting...
by Douglas Rushkoff http://www.arthurmag.com/2009/03/16/let-it-die-rushkoff-on-the-economy/ With any luck, the economy will never recover. In a perfect world, the stock market would decline another 70 or 80 percent along with the ...
Forum topic - Damnthematrix - Mar 21 2009 - 4:17pm - 3 comments
- 2001 collapse of Argentina, a survior's tale
An hour disappeared this morning when I stumbled across this. http://frugalsquirrels.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;... It is written by an Argentinean architect as he recounts everything he has gone through post 2001 ...
Forum topic - scotthw - Mar 18 2009 - 7:04am - 2 comments
- What would the final collapse of the U. S. financial system look like?
What would the final collapse of the U. S. financial system look like? I would be interested in a description of what such a collapse would likely look like, at least in the initial stages. I suppose what occurred in Iceland would be an example, such ...
Forum topic - hucklejohn - Mar 10 2009 - 11:47am - 0 comments
- Jim Rogers Analyzing the Financial Armageddon
Great Jim Rodgers interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCZG9KT8NvU&feature=response_from_watch Re: Jim Rogers Analyzing the Financial Armageddon Yeah I think this series is one of ...
Forum topic - DrKrbyLuv - Jun 15 2012 - 3:10am - 2 comments
- America's Fiscal Collapse
America is the most indebted country on earth. The US (federal government) public debt is currently of the order of $14 trillion. This does not include mounting public debts at the state and municipal levels. ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Mar 7 2009 - 9:10pm - 9 comments
- More Steve Keen
The RBA doesn’t get it Published in March 3rd, 2009 Posted by Steve Keen in Debtwatch 67 Comments The decision of the RBA Board to leave the cash rate at 3.25% today confirmed that its members don’t understand ...
Forum topic - Damnthematrix - Mar 3 2009 - 10:45pm - 0 comments
- More Kunstler
and this time, at his best! Mike What Next? http://jameshowardkunstler.typepad.com/clusterfuck_nation/ Isn't that a question, though.... The Peak Oil story was never about running out of oil. It was about the ...
Forum topic - Damnthematrix - Mar 3 2009 - 10:37pm - 9 comments
- The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers
Latvia falls. First Iceland, now Latvia, Who's next! Re: The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers investorzzo wrote: Latvia falls. First Iceland, now Latvia, Who's next! ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Feb 28 2009 - 12:22am - 4 comments