Item of General Interest
January 28. Tim Dicks, a reader of Our Finite World, has now made audio transcriptions of a total of six of my recent posts. (My earlier note was about three of them being up.) They are available as You Tube videos, with the images, and also as podcast recordings without images.
See my Presentations/ Podcasts sheet for a list of the names of the posts and links.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Max Keiser Report Last week, I recorded an interview with Max Kaiser on my post, The United States’ 65-Year Debt Bubble. The post can be found here. The video can be found here. US Natural Gas Overview Last week, I also … Continue reading
It looks to me as though 2012 is likely to be a truly awful financial year, with several crises converging: Either very high oil prices or recession, The US governmental debt limit crisis, The Euro crisis, The Chinese debt problem, … Continue reading
When I write about high oil prices having an adverse impact on the economy, quite a few readers respond by saying, “No, most (or all) of the problem is a debt bubble.” They seem to think that poor underwriting of … Continue reading
The US Department of Energy (DOE) recently issued a report called Report on the first Quadrennial Technology Review (QTR), which has as its purpose helping the DOE choose among conflicting priorities. The new report sets priories based on a distorted view … Continue reading