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No inflation here folks, just move along | H/T ZeroHedge

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America Has Ceased to Exist | Doug Casey @ Reason

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In Praise of: Red Ice Radio

So I have been listening to some of these shows lately and find them thought provoking, balanced, fair and well outside the mainstream pap shoveled at us.  Sort of like Coast-to-Coast radio but without the delusionas and voices coming out of the toasters and such. Go here and check it out:  http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/nonsubscriber.php  I will add a permalink to the blogroll.  GE.

Risk Expert: GMOs Could Destroy the Global Ecosystem Washington's Blog

Olduvaiblog: Musings on the coming collapse

Risk Expert: GMOs Could Destroy the Global Ecosystem Washington’s Blog .

Risk analyst Nassim Nicholas Taleb predicted the 2008 financial crisis, by pointing out that commonly-used risk models were wrong.  Distinguished professor of risk engineering at New York University, author of best-sellers The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness, Taleb became financially independent after the crash of 1987, and wealthy during the 2008 financial crisis.

Now, Taleb is using his statistical risk acumen to take on genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Taleb’s conclusion:  GMOs could cause “an irreversible termination of life at some scale, which could be the planet.”

Sound crazy?

Sure it does … but only because we don’t understand statistics, and so we have no handle on what’s risky and what’s not.

Taleb and his 2 co-authors write in a new draft paper:

For nature, the “ruin” is ecocide: an irreversible…

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