Daily Archives: May 19, 2015

Oil price rebound brings more cure for high prices

US dollar up, commodities hammered again today. Demand is still weakening and the price rebound from March has enticed even more excess supply into the equation. Lloyd’s List Intelligence Head of Analysis Neil Atkinson discusses the price of oil and … Continue reading

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Life-enhancing innovation: the new bionic lens

This is what life-enhancing innovation looks like. The death of glasses and the birth of restored sight. A British Columbia optometrist says his Bionic Lens invention may eventually remove the need for glasses and laser eye surgery for many. Dr. … Continue reading

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The case against the Bank of Canada

Rocco Galati is one of the Canada’s leading Constitutional litigators and is suing the Bank of Canada for what he says are unconstitutional bailouts and profits for Canada’s banks.  Here is a direct video link.  Canada’s Ferdinand Pecora… Is Amanda … Continue reading

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Renewable energy sector jobs booming

As of 2014, 7.7 million people were working in the renewable energy sector globally, an 18% increase over 2013. “The dogmas of the quiet past, are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we … Continue reading

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Closets and credit cards full: retail in secular decline–at long last

After the credit rush…fiscal health of families is as dilapidated as their physical health. A secular recovery in both is needed and will continue to extract revenues from the massively overbuilt retail sector. Too bad Tom Keene keeps cutting off … Continue reading

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Canadian federal government muzzling its scientists

When the message is inconvenient and constraining of status quo corporate profits, suppress it and harass the messengers. True North strong and free? A recently retired Fisheries and Oceans Canada biologist says the muzzling of federal government scientists is worse … Continue reading

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