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Daily DIgest 9/13 - Anger Mismanagement, UN Warns Of "Existential Threat" To Humanity

Thursday, September 13, 2018, 7:54 AM
  • Oregon just became the first state to legalize mass timber high-rises, and it could lead to a boom in tall wood buildings
  • Gold, Currency IOUs and Inflation
  • Anger Mismanagement, by Robert Gore
  • Elon Musk smoking weed has much more dire consequences than you realize
  • Gas Could Overtake Oil As The Largest U.S. Energy Source This Year
  • 6 Years Ago, North Carolina Chose To Ignore Rising Sea Levels. This Week It Braces For Disaster.
  • Warning of 'Existential Threat' to Humanity, UN Chief Says Climate Change 'Moving Faster Than We Are'
  • UN says more worldwide going hungry, blames climate change
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Daily Digest 9/12 - Massive Global Debt Looms, U.S. Budget Deficit Widens To 5th Highest Ever

Wednesday, September 12, 2018, 10:32 AM
  • As opioid crisis rages, cost of overdose antidote spikes
  • Metro’s soaring pension costs threaten future service, federal report says
  • U.S. budget deficit widens to fifth-highest ever, CBO reports
  • Egypt cancels second consecutive T-bond sale due to high yields
  • Massive global debt looms as major risk 10 years after GFC, Canada Pension Plan chief warns
  • Once wealthy, many Argentines now resort to soup kitchens, bartering
  • China Bond Traders Boost Leverage With PBOC Watching Closely
  • Rupee Targets Slashed as Overseas Funds Dump Indian Bonds
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Daily Digest 9/11 - Conjuring Up The Next Depression, Huge Vegetation Change Could Affect Earth

Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 12:36 PM
  • Conjuring Up the Next Depression
  • Brexit: Beware The Ides Of March
  • How Things Fall Apart: Extremes Aren't Stable
  • Several Killed After Militants Storm Libya's National Oil HQ In Tripoli
  • The future of food: what we’ll eat in 2028
  • Leading U.S. Health Systems Announce Plans to Develop a Not-for-profit Generic Drug Company
  • A decade after the financial crisis, this retirement dilemma still hasn't been solved
  • Crypto-Mania Collapse Update: $638 Billion Gone
  • Tesla’s stock stumble is a buying opportunity, analyst says
  • Trump's trade war has forced one of Europe's most famous automakers to delay a $30 billion IPO
  • More teens would rather text their friends than hang out IRL
  • Hurricane Florence is heading toward the US and increasing in force
  • Huge vegetation change could affect Earth
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Daily Digest 9/10 - The End Of The Oil Price Rally, China Vows Response On Trade

Monday, September 10, 2018, 10:56 AM
  • Will America Suffer the Same ‘Fate of Empires’?
  • An Inside Account of the National Prisoners’ Strike
  • Homeless people at almost every L.A. landmark illustrates the depth of the problem
  • On This Day: Andrew Jackson shuts down Second Bank of the U.S.
  • China vows to respond if U.S. takes new steps on trade
  • China Just Tested Several Dozen Hypersonic Missiles The US Can’t Defend Against
  • There are more microbial species on Earth than stars in the sky
  • SEC Temporarily Suspends Bitcoin and Ether Exchange Traded Note (ETN) Trading
  • Can You Win an Election by Talking About Segregation?
  • Oil up as U.S. drilling stalls, Iranian sanctions bite
  • The End Of The Oil Price Rally
  • Pipeline dumps 8,000 gallons of jet fuel into Indiana river
  • The Colorado River is evaporating, and climate change is largely to blame
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Daily Digest 9/9 - The Hell Economy, Tesla’s Death Dive

Sunday, September 9, 2018, 11:29 AM
  • White-Collar Criminals Got Off Scot-Free After the 2008 Financial Crisis — and That Helped Fuel President Trump's Rise
  • London Property: Here Comes the Slump
  • Unsound Banking: Why Most of the World’s Banks Are Headed for Collapse
  • Things Fall Apart (Part 2)
  • Gold – Dark Before the Dawn
  • I survived the Warsaw ghetto. Here are the lessons I’d like to pass on
  • The Hell Economy — it´s 14 per cent
  • Tesla’s Death Dive
  • Russian Ministry Warns of Coming Environmental Apocalypse Fueled by Climate Change
  • Alaska Refuge Can't Protect its Wildlife from Climate Change
  • Ancient farmers spared us from glaciers but profoundly changed Earth's climate Melting glaciers are triggering the world's biggest tsunamis
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Daily Digest 9/7 - Good News Friday: Turning Sunlight Into Fuel, Teenage Anxiety Myths

Friday, September 7, 2018, 11:18 AM
  • How the Smallest State is Defeating America’s Biggest Addiction Crisis
  • A Good Place: Mr. Carlson’s electronics YouTube makes every problem seem manageable
  • Ice, wind and lightning: How Mount Washington's weather watchers survive
  • The Big Myth About Teenage Anxiety
  • This Texas Charity Offers Border Crossers a Warm Welcome to the United States
  • How A Former Football Star Is Building An All-Solar City
  • Scientists Develop a New Way to Turn Sunlight Into Fuel
  • Bees are dying at an alarming rate. Amsterdam may have the answer. 
  • Even Flat Earthers Believe in Climate Change
  • Whale Watching In New York City
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Daily Digest 9/6 - ‘Archived’ Heat Reaches Deep Into Arctic Interior, The Economist Behind 1%'s Takeover Of America

Thursday, September 6, 2018, 10:07 AM
  • Meet The Economist Behind The One-Percent's Stealth Takeover Of America
  • Is Education A Fundamental Right?
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • Amazon Hits $1,000,000,000,000 in Value, Following Apple
  • Ford Pares Losses, Toyota Slips as Auto Sales Seen Flattening
  • JP Morgan's top quant warns next crisis to feature flash crashes and social upheaval not seen since 1968
  • Gold, Silver Prices Down As U.S. Dollar Index Rallies
  • COMEX Silver To Test 2015 Lows-Craig Hemke
  • Asian stocks hit with widespread declines
  • Oroville Dam repairs now exceed $1 billion and ‘may be adjusted further’ as work continues
  • Is China’s $26 Trillion New Silk Road A Debt Trap?
  • Oil Could Jump To $95 This Winter
  • Is China fueling the developing world’s environmental crisis?
  • Warming of the interior Arctic Ocean linked to sea ice losses at the basin margins
  • ‘Archived’ heat has reached deep into the Arctic interior, researchers say
  • The Growing Case for Geoengineering
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Daily Digest 9/5 - U.S. Heading For Crash 'As Bad As 1929,' Italy's Politics Shaking Markets Again

Wednesday, September 5, 2018, 11:13 AM
  • Iowa employers face steep health insurance price increases, but keep offering benefits
  • New report shows the harmful effect rising health care costs have on wage stagnation
  • Police hunt loan sharks riding Britain's rising tide of debt
  • Turkey Ripples Hit Korea as Record Money-Market Funds Pulled
  • Japan finmin seeks record 2019 budget to boost welfare, defence spending
  • Robert Reich: We Might Be Heading for a Crash as Bad as 1929 | Opinion
  • Turkey’s woes could be just the start as record global debt bills come due
  • Iranian rial hits record low at 128,000 to the dollar - Bonbast website
  • Italy's politics are shaking markets again
  • Cash ban may have driven Indians away from banks
  • Turkish Banks Need $6 Billion Refinancing Amid Economic Crisis
  • Indonesia braces for prolonged pressure as rupiah slides
  • Argentina announces new taxes, ministry cuts amid turmoil
  • Water levels continue to drop at Lake Mead, Lake Powell
  • The Growing Economic Sandpile
  • Why people who claim Social Security early often live to regret it
  • Foreigners Selling UK Debt as Hard BEXIT appears
  • This poll shows millions of Brexit voters now want to remain in the EU
  • Water levels continue to drop at Lake Mead, Lake Powell
  • Corruption, incompetence and a musical: Nauru's cursed history
  • Governments 'not on track' to cap temperatures at below 2 degrees: U.N.
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Daily Digest 9/4 - Factories Feeling The Trade-Conflict Pinch, Don't Believe Your 'Lying Highs'

Tuesday, September 4, 2018, 11:45 AM
  • Factories feeling the pinch from escalating trade conflict
  • 10 Years Later - No Lessons Learned
  • Don't Believe Your 'Lying Highs'
  • Argentine currency crisis spreads to politics
  • Human impact has pushed Earth into the Anthropocene, scientists say
  • Turkey braced for further turmoil amid signs of corporate distress
  • Ford to cut car models as part of restructuring: The Times
  • Inauthentic Behavior
  • The Collapse Of Venezuela's Imaginary Oil Currency
  • Canadian Government Invests $250 Million Into Dairy Industry
  • Plastic straw ban? Cigarette butts are the single greatest source of ocean trash
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Daily Digest 9/3 - Next Financial Crisis Lurks Underground, 'Point Of No Return' For Earth 17 Years Away

Monday, September 3, 2018, 9:41 AM
  • 10 years after the financial crisis, is the housing market still at risk?
  • The Next Financial Crisis Lurks Underground
  • The Global Alliance for Evil 
  • Lead in US school water “disturbing”—Detroit just shut off all fountains
  • Trump Has Changed How Teens View the News
  • The point of no return for our planet is only 17 years away
  • Melting Arctic Creates New Opportunities For LNG
  • Bangkok Struggles To Stay Afloat Amid Global Warming, Rising Sea Levels