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    Daily Digest 7/6 – Good News Friday: How To Rewild Yourself, Now Is The Time To Buy Gold

    by DailyDigest

    Friday, July 6, 2018, 3:25 PM

This is Good News Friday, where we find some good economic, energy, and environmental news and share it with PP readers. Please send any positive news to [email protected] with subject header “Good News Friday.” We will save and post weekly. Enjoy!


My advice after a year without tech: rewild yourself (Sparky1)

I’m now more interested in keeping the best of the old ways alive, preserving a link from our ancient past – and its crafts, perspectives, stories – into our future, so that when the industrial apparatus collapses under the weight of its own junk, these long-serving ways can point us towards the back roads home. For, as a computer “quit screen” message once said, everything not saved will be lost. We would do well to heed it, lest we lose ourselves.

“Find your passion” is bad advice, say Yale and Stanford psychologists (tmn)

“We need to carefully consider what we communicate to people about interests and passions,” Yale-NUS college psychologist Paul O’Keefe, the lead researcher, tells Quartz. “Parents, teachers, and employers might get the most out of people if they suggest that interests are developed, not simply found. Telling people to find their passion could suggest that it’s within you just waiting to be revealed. Telling people to follow their passion suggests that the passion will do the lion’s share of the work for you.”

Combining Antibiotis May Stave Off Future Superbugs (jdargis)

Combining antibiotics to fight antibacterial resistance has huge implications for the potential treatment of bacterial illnesses like pneumonia, urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia, and even the success of chemotherapy and post-organ transplant therapy, which rely on antibiotics in order to work. According to the Center for Disease Control, 23,000 people die each year due to bacterial infections resistant to antibiotic treatment.

Precious Metals Price Outlook: Buy Now (Kevin J.)

I have been staunch believer in the predictive nature of gold mining stocks since I first began tracking them in 1978. However, the usual Internet blogosphere is once again bountiful with opinionados that think they know more than they actually do. I have used the ratio of gold bullion to gold mining shares in the past and the GTSR (gold-to-silver ratio has usually been strongly reliable in calling the turns, but they are not always reliable as shown by the incredible “fake-out” that nailed us in 2015-2016.

As The Currency Reset Begins – Get Gold As It Is “Where The Whole World Is Heading” (Alex M.)

Viewing this broadly, an objective analyst can see that a new system based on some hybrid of dollars, gold and the IMF’s world money called special drawing rights (SDRs) is inevitable. This new system could even include an encrypted distributed ledger or blockchain, and might revert to fixed exchange rates instead of floating.

The Strange Brain of the World’s Greatest Solo Climber (tmn)

When the Explorers Hall presentation concluded, the adventurers sat down to autograph posters. Three lines formed. In one of them, a neurobiologist waited to share a few words with Synnott about the part of the brain that triggers fear. The concerned scientist leaned in close, shot a glance toward Honnold, and said, “That kid’s amygdala isn’t firing.”

Why Millennials Should Invest In Agriculture (Thomas R.)

Farmland and timberland are not short term investments, so they make sense for someone trying to build long term wealth. The younger one begins investing in something like agriculture, the more wealthy they will be at retirement. Like other forms of real estate, farmland appreciates in value while the crops produce a yield each year. Other products, such as tree crops, simply take a long time to grow. Nut trees such as almonds, for example, don’t produce their first crop until they are 5 years old and then continue to increase their rate of production for up to 50 years.

The Nature Conservancy: 2018 Photo Contest Winners (tmn)

“Down at the mud puddles on our road, we found several young bullfrogs hopping around. Up on our hilltop, wet spots are few and far between, so our mud puddles are home to a constant flow of tadpoles, frogs and toads. My daughter loves all critters, her goal is to create a wildlife rehab center someday. She constantly inspires me with her care towards every living thing.”

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