China Debt Surpasses 300% Of GDP – then there’s the unkown unknown
Corporations Are Still The Largest Buyer Of Stocks – snake eats tail
Forget Fake News, Investors Should Realize The Markets Are Fake – pension graves
The Presstitutes, Not Russia, Interfered in the US Presidential Election – Super Predator CNN Hacks Democracy – This is your mind on CNN: sizzle, sizzle! Just say NO.
Experts lose their shit in Nature magazine – nearly use layman’s terms!
UN promises 3 years to put a bandaide on climate change – sun, wind e-cars etc.
G20 To Give Good Climate Lip Service This July – good, I’m feeling randy.
Greenland now a major driver of rising seas: study – This leads to super storms
Earth’s tropical atmosphere is growing in all directions – not a good thing.
To Save Chilean Wine, Producers Head South – Patagonian Rosé
Overlooked water loss in plants could throw off climate models – model myopia again.
In Blow to ‘Clean Coal,’ Flawed Plant Will Burn Gas Instead – Climate Roulette
EPA To Dismantle Rule That Protects Drinking Water For 117 Million – whaddyagonnadoboutit?
CNN obsessed: 92% of airtime on Trump – Because collapse is fake news.
Berkeley Capitulates to Police Militarization and Spying – Counterpunch
The richest US families own a startling proportion of America’s wealth – Business Insider
Corporate Media ALWAYS Wants More War – Jimmy Dore
By demanding the end of Al Jazeera, Saudi Arabia is trying to turn Qatar into a vassal state – Independent. Robert Fisk.
Dispatch From the Middle East: U.S. Buildup All About Iran – American Conservative
White House Says It Will Fake “Chemical Weapon Attack” In Syria – Moon of Alabama
Turkey, nexus of US incompetence – Asia Times
Methane Clathrates Don’t Kill – The Ordinary Methane Below Them Does
Methane clathrates are the cork that traps the methane bomb below. This is why clathrate mining seems dangerous. It’s not good to dig at the cork, unless it’s wine beneath the cork. The eastern Siberian sea shelf is 2,000,000 square miles with 200,000 square miles of methane hots spot where emissions are 3-5X normal. Some say the sea is too shallow for clathrates but Shakova says otherwise.
Paul Beckwith makes three tortured, nearly unbearable videos about Shakova’s Nick Breeze interview. Worth the watch, almost.