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Daily Digest 10/6 - Snow and Tornadoes Batter Plains, 4 Ways To End Food Waste

Sunday, October 6, 2013, 12:30 PM


From Cascading Complexity To Systemic Collapse: A Walk Thru "Society's Equivalent Of A Heart Attack" (Phil H.)

In a way that only Korowicz can, the author summarizes the increasingly more precarious state of systemic social equilibria, and how a more determined push away from a trendline (or back toward mean reversion as those who can see right through the central banks increasing desperation to preserve the world's legacy status quo "just one more day") could result in the end of modern society.

Jeff Rubin: Boom Times Aren't Coming Back, But That's Not Necessarily Bad (westcoastjan)

Rubin’s latest book, The End of Growth, recently came out in an updated paperback edition. HuffPost Canada talked to him about what it will mean to live in a world of high energy prices, his reasons for believing Canada will become a “water superpower,” and why the end of growth might not necessarily be a bad thing.

China employs two million microblog monitors state media say (westcoastjan)

"He sits in front of a PC every day, and opening up an application, he types in key words which are specified by clients.

"He then monitors negative opinions related to the clients, and gathers (them) and compile reports and send them to the clients," it says.

A Federal Budget Crisis Months in the Planning (jdargis)

It articulated a take-no-prisoners legislative strategy that had long percolated in conservative circles: that Republicans could derail the health care overhaul if conservative lawmakers were willing to push fellow Republicans — including their cautious leaders — into cutting off financing for the entire federal government.

House Approves Back Pay for Furloughed Workers (jdargis)

After the vote, Representative Eric Cantor of Virginia, the House majority leader, criticized Mr. Obama for what he called a failure of leadership for refusing to negotiate a way out of the impasse. But he said Republican leaders would not allow a vote to reopen the government without delivering a blow to the president’s health care law, with a delay in the mandate that individuals purchase health insurance and a prohibition on federal subsidies for members of Congress, White House leaders and their staff, who must purchase policies on the law’s new insurance exchanges.

4 Ways to End Food Waste (jdargis)

The idea for such stores has already found an audience globally, as a French chain and a small grocery store in the Netherlands (which gets 600 shoppers on weekends) do good business with expired goods. Rauch’s market may launch by the end of this year; if it’s a commercial success, Rauch would like to replicate the concept in urban centers around the country. He hopes that selling milk for a dollar a gallon holds more appeal than pouring it down the drain.

Snow and Tornadoes Batter Plains (jdargis)

Mayor Ken Chamberlain said that at least 15 people had been injured, but that none of the injuries were life-threatening. Seven injuries stemmed from two separate car accidents.

Mr. Chamberlain said that all of the residents in Wayne were accounted for, but that the storm caused millions of dollars in damage to an area that includes businesses and the city’s softball complex.

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Buildings that unexpectedly collapse

Many intelligent, well educated, politically aware people don't know that a THIRD skyscraper in the World Trade Center complex collapsed on September 11, 2011.  It was not struck by an airplane and did not have jet fuel spilled into it.  In fact, images show very small fires in the building.  What could make a 47 story all steel and concrete building collapse straight down?



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Lets head

over to RT for some well deserved enlightenment.


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