Tag Archives: Water

Investors Are Deaf to the Screams of Gold

By | July 5, 2021

Sept. 23 (Bloomberg) — Most of us own truths too painful to confess. We drink too much. We lust inappropriately. We envy. We covet material goods, when every study shows experiences count for so much more. Confessing them, even just to ourselves in the long, dark teatime of the soul, is too distressing. The collective… Read More »

How Systemic Collapse unfolds

By | July 5, 2021

Oil depletion is the most critical aspect in the systemic collapse of modern civilization, but altogether this collapse has about 10 principal parts, each with a vaguely causal relationship to the next. Oil, metals, and electricity are a tightly-knit group, as we shall see, and no industrial civilization can have one without the others. As… Read More »

Meet Your Neighbor, The Survivalist

By | July 5, 2021

There’s a new breed of Americans stocking up on canned goods and ammunition. It’s not the guy hiding out in a backwoods shack. It’s your neighbor. Jim Wiseman is a fire protection contractor who works "with my hands and the sweat of my brow," and a 54-year-old father of five. He lives about as far… Read More »