Lithium Prices Hit New Record As EV Affordability Concerns Rocket Higher

| September 16, 2022

Buyers beware…The expectation that EVs would become affordable for the masses is a distant pipedream because of the high costs associated with battery production.  At least half of an EV battery includes lithium, nickel, manganese, and cobalt, four metals that have surged this past year. Also, let’s not forget China controls the world’s rare earth […]

New Survey From Pew Research

| July 18, 2022

Among journalists who say their outlet’s audience leans left, just 30% embrace a steady devotion to equal coverage — compared to 57% of those whose audiences lean to the right.  Pew Research A majority of U.S. journalists say every side doesn’t always deserve equal coverage in news reporting, according to a new survey from Pew Research. That […]

America’s Electric Grid Has A $2 Trillion Problem

| May 17, 2022

Electric grid upgrades dead on arrival, and will never on its best day meet objectives of a carbon free grid by 2035, “We really don’t have anyone in charge,” Rob Gramlich, president of Washington D.C.-based energy consulting firm, Grid Strategies LLC, told Reuters for a special report on the hurdles the U.S. grid faces. The regulatory ‘nightmare’ makes […]

Americans Love The NFL, But Change Is Looming

| February 13, 2022

According to recent findings from Statista’s Global Consumer Survey, the NFL remains the number 1 among major professional sports leagues in the U.S., at least for now. You will find more infographics at Statista While 52 percent of self-declared sports fans follow the National Football League, compared to 42 percent for the NBA and 31 percent who follow […]

A New Gene Discovered In Georgia Sewer System Is Resistant To The World’s Most Important Antibiotics

| January 15, 2022

This is scary stuff… “MCR can be spread through global travel and the import of foods from other countries. Results of the CFS study prove that the U.S. is no less susceptible to the threat than other nations around the world,” the researchers said. “If we don’t tackle it right now, we are jeopardizing human […]

How Safe Is Your Password?

| December 6, 2021

The single most important thing you can do is build a safe password. Password, 123456, qwerty… While passwords which appear on the list of the most common passwords should definitely be retired from use, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details below that even a more unique password can be easy to crack if a computer program is tasked with systematically breaking […]

The 5 Most Valuable — and 5 Least Valuable — College Majors

| October 4, 2021

If you are looking to get the best return on your investment in a college degree, you may want to consider a major in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.   Top 5 STEM degrees dominated the top of the rankings. It’s an area of study that’s already been gaining popularity. In fact, […]

Updated Census Data Shows Areas of Fastest Growth, 3 States Stand Out

| July 17, 2021

The U.S, fastest growing states are Idaho, Nevada an Arizona. The worst 5 states are include New York, which shouldn’t be a surprise to anybody. Idaho is America’s fastest-growing state, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Its population increased by 2.1 percent to almost 1.8 million from July 2018 to June 2019. Nevada is the […]

There are 33 Millennial Billionaires in the United States, and a Total of 100 Millennial Billionaires Globally

| June 2, 2021

A lot of money equates to a lot of power. These 33 millennial billionaires will likely represent the future of the United States. We wouldn’t be surprised if they at some point even splinter off into a new political party. Why not? Wake up Democrats and Republicans. Let’s call them the Millennial party, or the Green party, […]

Looking Back in History

| May 16, 2021

The world as we remember it… Using insights from our Generational Power Index 2021 report, along with survey data from Pew Research in 2016, Visual Capitalist’s Iman Ghosh identified some key milestones for each cohort, to understand how these events helped shape each generation’s unique perspectives. Download the Generational Power Report (.pdf)

A Polarized United States

| April 19, 2021

This type of thing will happen more and more as a politically polarized country.   Submitted by Sovereign Man Blueprint Idaho legislature considers absorbing part of Oregon What happened: A group of Oregon residents want their rural counties to be absorbed by Idaho, to throw off the control Portland exerts on a very different area of […]

Where COVID Cases Are Growing The Fastest in the World

| April 19, 2021

It looks like successful vaccination campaigns don’t stop the spread of COVID-19. Although these vaccine programs do help, we all need to be on guard for what is still lurking out there!   BY TYLER DURDEN COVID-19 cases are growing in many countries around the world, but, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details below, some are hit harder than […]

Who Are They Kidding?

| February 25, 2021

Congressional approval hits 35% and everyone celebrates. They got to be kidding!  

How A US Nuclear Strike Would Work

| January 16, 2021

This infographic, via Statista’s Niall McCarthy, provides an overview of the steps necessary to make a nuclear strike happen.   Niall McCarthy, Jan 13, 2021 In the wake of last week’s shocking events in Washington, observers have voiced their concerns about President Trump launching some kind of attack on a foreign adversary using nuclear weapons in order to create […]

Artificial Intelligence Just Solved A 50-Year-Old Mystery That Could “Dramatically” Change How We Fight Cancer

| December 2, 2020

The problem of “mapping the three-dimensional shapes of the proteins that are responsible for diseases from cancer to Covid-19” appears to now have a solution – thanks to AI   Wed, 12/02/2020 – 18:40 On the day our technological AI overlords decide to finally end the human race, we will be able to tout the […]

“Skyscraper Of The Year”

| November 14, 2020

“Skyscraper Of The Year” – Russia’s Lakhta Center Wins Prestigious Award by Tyler Durden Sat, 11/14/2020 – 07:35 For the first time in its two-decade history, the annual Emporis Skyscraper Awards, the world’s most distinguished prizes for high-rise architecture, awarded a Russian project. The Lakhta Center skyscraper in St. Petersburg received the “skyscraper of the year” award on Nov. […]

Free Speech Crisis On Campus: 60% Of Students Keep Quiet Due To Fear How Others Would Respond

| October 3, 2020

 Colleges have become perilous places to express unpopular ideas.    By Nathan Harden of RealClearEducation A university should be a place where students can be exposed to new ideas, where they can engage freely in debate and discussion. But do college students really feel free to speak their minds on campus? Newly released College Free Speech Rankings show […]

The World’s Richest Families

| September 10, 2020

The top 2 are from the United States. This graphic, using data from Bloomberg, ranks the 25 most wealthy families in the world. The data excludes first-generation wealth and wealth controlled by a single heir, which is why you don’t see Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates on the list. Families whose source of wealth is too diffused […]

Crypto Currency Heat Map

| August 17, 2020

Interesting heat map on Crypto currencies and their various market shares.

There Are Now Less Than 3,000 US Listed Companies, Dwarfed by Over 7,000 Global ETFs

| August 12, 2020

Rather important happenings if you are an investor. We would pay attention class, it will matter at some point. ETFs used to be touted as a great way to gain exposure to the stock market. But now, thanks to fee-hungry issuers, the tail is wagging the dog and ETFs are the stock market.  “The number of public companies […]

Old Cars Everywhere: Average Vehicle Age Hits All-time High

| July 30, 2020

In ordinary times, this would be a precursor of good news for auto makers. But we are in anything but ordinary times. Average vehicle age hits all time high. Still driving a beater? You’ve got company. The average age of vehicles on the road in America has reached an all-time high. The typical vehicle on […]

COVID Impact – 1.5 Billion Pound Potato Mountain Trapped In Supply Chain

| July 5, 2020

Dominoes in action! Sun, 07/05/2020    Nationwide COVID-19 lockdowns led to the collapse of the restaurant industry has disrupted critical food supply chains, such as potatoes, which had nowhere to go. The closings of restaurants, hotels, and catering firms had a chain effect that rippled down the production line to processors and growers, “trapping 1.5 billion pounds in the supply chain,” […]

Out Of Nowhere, Something Just Rocked Earth’s Magnetic Field

| June 26, 2020

Inquiring minds wonder what effects the irregularity of the earths magnetic field might have on earthlings (mentally, that is), especially during one of the deepest Solar Minimums in a century? Is it a coincidence that the world seems to be coming apart at its seams with ‘human spirits’ running at the highest levels in many […]

LeBron James Raises $100 Million To Build Media Empire

| June 26, 2020

It looks like LeBron James is ‘all in’ with Los Angeles. This is big news, and it ties LeBron to the Lakers (via his basketball career) and now to the LA Dodgers (via an entertainment partnership with Dodger majority owner Guggenheim Partners LLC) . by Tyler Durden Thu, 06/25/2020 – 20:10 NBA star LeBron James and his business […]

Say What? A Parallel Universe Where Time Flows Backwards…No, They’re Not Kidding

| May 21, 2020

A new discovery in Antarctica has caused a stir in scientific circles as possibly representing the first tangible physical evidence of a parallel universe. Scientists Discover Evidence of Parallel Universe Where Time Flows Backwards JAKE ANDERSON (TMU) – The existence of parallel universes sounds like science fiction, but over the years a number of prominent physicists have come […]

Is This 1929-1932 Sears Catalog From 90 Years Ago The Prelude to Amazon in the Year 2110, 90 Years Forward

| May 18, 2020

More than just interesting! A Look At The Great Depression Through The Sears Catalog Submitted by Nicholas Colas of DataTrek Research The slide, and recovery, from the depths of the Great Depression is on full display in the once iconic Sears catalog. But what really stands out is the increasing presence of modern appliances like blenders, […]

US Launches ‘Full-Scale Investigation’ Into Wuhan Lab

| April 17, 2020

This would seem to be the logical thing to do, all politics aside. The question has been asked why transportation outside of Wuhan, specifically to other parts of China was immediately forbidden, but international travel was allowed. Best to clear the air. The United States has launched a ‘full scale investigation’ into whether COVID-19 escaped from […]

The Jones Act of 1920 or J.A. for Short, Regulates Maritime Commerce in The United States, but Unfortunately in Modern Times it has Created a Severe Hardship for US Energy Maritime Commerce

| April 17, 2020

Ahh, now I get it. Another outdated law from a hundred years ago.  That time line alone should explain the problem here. The Merchant Marine Act of 1920, also commonly known as the Jones Act, is the fundamental law of the U.S. maritime industry. The Jones Act when used in the sense of maritime law refers to federal statute 46 USC section 883. […]

This Is What COVID-19 Does To Your Body That Makes It So Deadly

| April 4, 2020

This just in… and it’s not a pretty picture.  Authored by Benjamin Neuman, Professor of Biology, Texas A&M University-Texarkana, via The Conversation, COVID-19 is caused by a coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2. Coronaviruses belong to a group of viruses that infect animals, from peacocks to whales. They’re named for the bulb-tipped spikes that project from the virus’s surface […]

COVID-19 Speculative Expectations and Projections

| March 30, 2020

President Trump expects the peak for COVID-19 now to arrive around Easter though some projections put it around April 15 vs. Easter’s April 12. Trump insisted he would “rely on experts” to determine the end of the quarantine and that the worst thing to do would be to “declare victory” over “the invisible enemy” and have it not […]

Fungi That Absorbs Radiation Has Been Growing All Over Chernobyl Power Plant

| February 12, 2020

Very interesting happenings at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Russia. Authored by John Vibes via TruthTheory.com, For a long time, scientists have known that certain types of fungi are attracted to radiation, and can actually help to break down and neutralize radiation in certain environments. The radioactive site of the abandoned Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant has […]

College Enrollment Skids For 8th Year In A Row, But Student Loans Skyrocket

| February 9, 2020

This was a time bomb waiting to happen, especially since most colleges have spent millions on expanding campuses for more profits and ever increasing student populations. To bad they didn’t use common sense in their actions! Authored by Wolf Richter via WolfStreet.com, With college costs blowing through the roof, with “luxury student housing” and not […]

Don’t Let Anybody Tell You That Coronavirus Isn’t A Big Deal!

| January 30, 2020

Putting this in the context of the deadly SARS epidemic, the coronavirus pandemic has now officially exceeded SARS in cumulative cases in just two weeks. Summary: First human-to-human transmission confirmed in US 9,821 confirmed cases worldwide, 213 fatalities South Korea confirms first human-to-human transmission China reported largest one-day jump in fatalities on Wednesday with Hong Kong warns of […]

2020: The Lowest Solar Activity In Over 200 Years

| January 14, 2020

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Predictions for solar cycle #25 made by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), NASA and the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) anticipate a deep minimum and a maximum that will occur between the years 2023 and 2026. During that maximum, they predict the Sun will have between 95 and 130 sunspots. *  *  * […]

Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser Eruptions Break Record

| January 12, 2020

In 2019, it counted 48 eruptions, according to the USGS Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. As Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details, this number by far surpassed the previous record set in 2018 of 32 eruptions. You will find more infographics at Statista The last time the geyser was remotely this active was in 1964, when it counted 29 eruptions. Records published on […]

So You Think Next Generation 5g Technology Known As 5th Generation Mobile Data Networks Is Being Built For You, Think Again! The New 5g Networks Have A Dual Use Far More Important Than Cell Phones! Here’s Why…

| December 22, 2019

The Hidden Military Use of 5G Technology . By Manlio Dinucci Global Research, December 2019 .  . At the London Summit, the 29 member countries of NATO agreed to “guarantee the security of our communications, including 5G”. Why is this fifth generation of mobile data transmission so important for NATO? While the earlier technologies were perfected […]

$3 Billion, 300-Acre MegaCity Envisioned For California’s Record Homeless… But There’s A Twist

| December 21, 2019

Why not just call it the HH (Homeless Hilton)? Ask any San Franciscan what the state of California has an excess of and the most likely answer will be homeless people (and their excrement, especially with the liberal mecca recording as many as 16,000 “feces complaints” in one week ). Actually, ask just about anyone […]

The Best and Worst Investments During The Last 10 Years

| December 15, 2019

It’s almost time for the month-end, year-end and, yes, decade-end retrospectives from various investment banks. And so, without further ado, here is “2010s did you know…” Central banks: most activist…Brazil (25 cuts, 24 hikes); least activist…Japan (1 cut, 0 hikes). Population growth: most…India +149 million since 2010; least…Syria -4 million since 2010. US jobs: in […]

Doctors Have Officially Frozen And Reanimated A Human Being For The First Time

| November 24, 2019

One of the biggest problems with exploring the furthest reaches of space is the sheer time scale involved. Without a breakthrough in physics that would allow human beings to enter a state of suspended animation (or faster than light travel), it wouldn’t be possible. But now, it looks like doctors have made progress with actually […]

Who Has Spent The Most Dollars Lobbying Washington In 2019?

| October 27, 2019

This explains why healthcare is out of control. Healthcare lobbying costs have parked the field, with electronics a distant 2nd. The pharmaceutical industry is holding on to its title as the top lobbying force in Washington amid pressure from lawmakers at all ends of the ideological spectrum.Drugmakers have spent more than $129 million through September, slightly down […]

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