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The Pandemics Begin

Global pandemics always break wide open when climate turns cold and dry and social mood negative. We’re also now in a situation where household incomes are stretched, food prices are high, and poverty levels are rising. Whenever people are not well-nourished, disease sets in. You could call it a perfect storm and it’s a worldwide… Read more

Herding, Nature, Stock Market “Crashes”

The Future is Very Predictable We’re heading for a complete financial meltdown on an international basis. That means a bonafide depression is coming in the next few years that will make the 1930s look like a little financial blip. Most of the things you take for granted will not be there — government services, for… Read more

Where the World is Going, and Why

We’re in for some very tough economic times ahead. However, it’s nothing that hasn’t happened before. If you buy into the phrase “History Rhymes.” then you’re aware that you can get a sense of the future through an understanding of the past. History does rhyme; in fact, it repeats in cycles, but never in exactly… Read more

An Introduction to Climate Cycles

With all the hysteria over climate these days, it makes sense to do a short introduction to cycles. I’m sure this won’t make much of a dent in the “war on energy” (and carbon, CO2, and humans, who breathe out CO2, which plants “eat”)  that’s alive and well across main stream media, but it might… Read more

Cycle Tops and Birth Rates

It’s amazing to me that there seems to be a consensus that economic growth is perpetual—that the economy will grow forever, no matter the external forces. There’s this belief that companies will just keep growing and expanding which will, of course,  lead to the stock market going up forever. History tells us it’s not likely… Read more