Monthly Archives: May 2011

A broken model

I tweeted earlier (@powerdowngirl) about a Jim Puplava interview with Chris Martenson. While listening (about 20 minutes in) on the topic of money system debt, Chris describes the situation in such a way that I felt compelled to transcribe just that bit. I … Continue reading

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Ignoring the signs

Imagine a world like ours (let’s call it Thera), with intelligent life forms, opposable thumbs and extractable fossil fuels. After some time, the top predator developed a complex global society and ran the show for its own ends. Yes, there … Continue reading

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