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    Daily Digest 6/8 – The Age Of Limits, Farm Subsidies Leading to More Water Use

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    Saturday, June 8, 2013, 3:39 PM


Age Of Limits (Guy M.)

Pauline Schneider, author of the previous essay in this space, also participated in the conference. She shot the video embedded below. Another version is promised at some point in the future, and the Powerpoint file I used is linked below. Big thanks to Orren Whiddon for inviting and supporting my participation in the conference.

Bilderberg Group: Two worlds collide – in Watford (westcoastjan)

No press, no public, no agenda, no statements, no questions: some would say no accountability.

Across a little valley there is a motley collection of non-movers and shakers.

Kansas wheat farmer sues Monsanto over rogue wheat release (Nervous Nelly)

More lawsuits are likely, the plaintiff’s attorney said. Monsanto said the lawsuit was a “wild swing” that lacked basis.

“Tractor-chasing lawyers have prematurely filed suit without any evidence of fault and in advance of the crop’s harvest,” David Snively, Monsanto executive vice president and general counsel, said in a statement.

Gold & Silver – Reality Does Not Matter. Potemkin COMEX Does. (Taki T.)

What is a “technical harness?” RSI, Moving Averages, Bollinger Bands, MACD, Elliott Wave, et al, you name it. Many have their favorites and swear by them. They do not often swear at them when the tools fail, and most of them fail more often than not. You never see any such “tools” on our charts, for a reason. As a disclaimer, we do not pretend to be the best interpreter for reading developing market activity, but it is all we do.

20 Completely Ridiculous College Courses Being Offered At U.S. Universities (westcoastjan)

“Getting Dressed” (Princeton) – Jenna Weissman Joselit looks over the roomful of freshmen in front of her and asks them to perform a warm-up exercise: Chart the major moments of your lives through clothes. “If you pop open your closet, can you recall your lives?” she posits on the first day of the freshman seminar “Getting Dressed.”

Storm Andrea Cancels Flights as It Moves Over U.S. East (jdargis)

“While widespread flooding problems are not expected in the Northeast, Andrea will quickly move from the Southeast to the Atlantic Coast on Friday, bringing tropical downpours and urban flooding concerns to end the week,” Alex Sosnowski, a senior meteorologist for AccuWeather Inc., wrote on the State College, Pennsylvania-based forecaster’s website.

Peter Gluck and Yeong E. Kim on LENR research (Arthur Robey)

Chemist and new energy writer Peter Gluck has published a new interview with Dr. Kim discussing the changes in the field over the past two-and-a-half decades and his viewing of Defkalion Green Technology’s Hyperion reactor in Vancouver, Canada.

Farm Subsidies Leading to More Water Use (jdargis)

Two Western Democrats, Representative Earl Blumenauer of Oregon and Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico, have introduced legislation that would ensure that water saved by taxpayer-financed irrigation systems would stay in underground water tables or streams and not be used by farmers to expand their growing operations.

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  • Sat, Jun 08, 2013 - 7:09pm


    Arthur Robey

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    So you think that you haved it tough?

    I have been listening to the life and death (by beheading) of Agnes Magnúsdóttir.

    They had to import the block of wood for her execution. There was none spare to be had in Iceland. A volcano had erupted poisoning the grass and killing the livestock. The population was reduced to boiling their shoes. Houses were 2m by 3m sod covered hovels.

    Agness was sent to live with another family while she was waiting for her execution, there being no jails. The family was mother, father, two children, another maidservant and Agnes in a sod covered hole in the ground measuring 2m by 3m. And Cold. Hungry. Always cold and hungry.

    But we survived.

    So get a grip.

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  • Sun, Jun 09, 2013 - 1:24am


    Arthur Robey

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    The Salient Point of Dr Kims Conversation.

    Here is what should get your heart racing, if you have any pulse at all.

    Kim Recently, I had an opportunity to observe experimental runs of DGTG’s R-5 reactor carried out by their group of scientists in Vancouver. The results were positive. More importantly the results are reproducible, since there had been many positive runs with other observers in addition to my observation.

    This is very significant historically since we have now a device which yields reproducible results for the first time. It is a break-through which we have been waiting for.

    The break-through is accomplished by new-comers, a new breed of scientists and engineers led by a mathematician who became an excellent scientist. This is a new wave and new paradigm change.

    My Underline. Source.

    This is not Rossi's contraversial eCat (That was verified by an argument of professors in Sweden).

    This is his long time rival Defkalion. Boy, are the Greeks going to be disgruntled with their government for giving Defkalion the brush-off. But Hey, everyone was giving Cold Fusion the cold shoulder. They were ambushed by their Left hemispheres, typical.

    (By the way, Peter Gluk in the article above has two Left Hemispheres. This is unheared of. Everyone knows that everyones brain is faultlessly replicated. Assumptions, Assumptions.) Here is his website and he will explain the effects of having two left brains to you in person.

    (He was quite cross with me when I blundered in without staking the joint out first. You live and learn. I don't)

    I see the French have got some Mouth out there spruiking $50 a barrel of oil. (Thanks Doug.) All I heard were a string of breathless assertions. Somebody else see if they heard any substance to his argument.

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