If all the Earth’s land ice melted, sea levels would rise over 200 feet. So what would that mean for the United States’ coastlines?
With Denmark moving towards a completely cash-free economy there has been a heated debate between the experts who […]
If all the Earth’s land ice melted, sea levels would rise over 200 feet. So what would that mean for the Europe’s coastlines?
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit off the main Japanese island of Honshu, the U.S. Geological Survey said on Tuesday.
A major earthquake has struck eastern Nepal, near Mount Everest, two weeks after more than 8,000 died in a devastating quake.
The latest numbers out of China no longer mask its economic decline. Chinese industrial production “slowed at its sharpest rate in the first two months of the year since the global financial crisis” shouted the Financial Times.
The River Zin marked the border of ancient Israel in biblical times. Beersheba is where Abraham arrived 3,700 years ago and dug a well, planted a tamarisk tree and made a covenant of peace with the Philistine king Abimelech. The occasional flooding of the Negev Desert is mentioned in the Hebrew Testament.
The global bond bubble has ballooned to more than 76 trillion dollars, and interest rates have never been lower in modern history. There is literally nowhere for the bond market to go except for the other direction, and when this bull market turns into a bear it will create chaos and financial devastation all over the planet.