Debt Rattle February 27 2015


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    William Henry Jackson Portales of the market of San Marcos, Aguascalientes, Mexico 1890 • The US Recovery Story Is A Fraud: Albert Edwards (CNBC) • Th
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    V. Arnold

    Regardless of the MSM; I’d be curious to know who thinks the U.S. “recovery” ISN”T a fraud.
    U.S. citizens are dealing with a massive propaganda machine constructing a reality that is false; but through a compliant MSM, is the relevant meme.
    Are people strong enough to resist and fight back?
    I have my doubts and that is very worrisome…


    “Only one quarter plan to retire” … the survey doesn’t agree with reality.

    A couple years ago Social Security’s website showed that 75% of people who turned 62 that year were starting SS at 62. Not exactly the same thing as “retiring”, but a good indication that most people were done with full-time jobs at 62, either by choice or by force.


    Study Confirms Carbon Dioxide Is Warming The Earth (Space Reporter) should not surprise anyone. With atmospheric CO2 levels at 400ppm, this means the current target of 2 degrees C is unlikely to be met, with 3 – 4 degrees C looking like more realistic targets, given the consequences described in “Global carbon dioxide in atmosphere passes milestone level”.

    ” …the last time so much greenhouse gas was in the air was several million years ago, when the Arctic was ice-free, savannah spread across the Sahara desert and sea level was up to 40 metres higher than today”.

    “This shows that greenhouse gases are heating the climate more and more every year. For the last decade or so the oceans have kindly been sucking up this extra heat, meaning that surface temperatures have only increased slowly. Don’t expect this state of affairs to continue though, the extra heat will eventually come out and bite us, so expect strong surface warming over the coming decades.”

    This level of CO2 climate forcing was last seen during the Pliocene epoch 5.3-2.6 million years ago, with the mid Pliocene warm period in particular considered to be a reasonable climate analogue for today’s conditions, as “What Does 400ppm Look Like” describes

    “Recent estimates suggest CO2 levels reached as much as 415 parts per million (ppm) during the Pliocene. With that came global average temperatures that eventually reached 3 or 4 degrees C (5.4-7.2 degrees F) higher than today’s and as much as 10 degrees C (18 degrees F) warmer at the poles. Sea level ranged between five and 40 meters (16 to 131 feet) higher than today.”

    The one aspect of this epoch that’s not comparable with today, is the speed at which the current 400 ppm CO2 level will be surpassed.

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