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 February 11, 2012  Posted by at 9:59 pm Earth

Earth14.jpgUpdate: A new article by Albert Bates teaches us how to save our most precious resource – water – and can be found below this on the front page or in the Lifeboat/Water section.

A few articles from the old site have been added to the our new Lifeboat sections. They were part of the TAE Community’s “Diamonds in the Rough” series, which we hope to continue in the near future (more on that tomorrow). I highly recommend those who missed these pieces the first time to check them out, or those who simply want to review the very useful information contained within them to do so as well. Simply click on the “Lifeboat” menu at the top of the page and you will see them listed – enjoy!

Oh, and, feel free to use this thread for weekend general discussion about… whatever you may want to discuss.

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    ashvin
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    Update: A new article by Albert Bates teaches us how to save our most precious resource – water – and can be found below this on the front page or in
    [See the full post at: Articles Added to the Lifeboat Section]

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    GREG L
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    Well, this is my first message and I’m just checking out the place here. Congratulations Illargi, Stoneleigh & Co. for getting this set up and I look forward to continuing to get the sort of information that’s only found here.

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    Alexander Ac
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    Tyler Durden writes:

    “Debt is no cure for debt. What it can do is prevent a self-fuelling Fisher-style debt-deflation and it is clear that the LTRO has at least to some extent achieved that.” –https://www.zerohedge.com/news/europe-flaw

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    ashvin
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    Alexander AC,

    The problem with Credit Suisse is that it’s a bank, and so it naturally thinks the banking system could be saved “if only”. The current system can’t be saved in any way that doesn’t end in widespread violence, by the state and/or by the masses. CS is correct to point out, though, that current policies to avoid defaults and “credit events” at all costs is simply making the problem that much worse.

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