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Old 12-07-2018, 03:49 AM
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Ice age,, solar flares,,oil vs banks

Fossil fuel burning 'postponing next ice age' | Environment | The ...
Ice age delayed by humans... by 100,000 years - CNN -
The average length of a inter-glacial period is about 11,000 years. We are in the Holocene and, it has been warm for about 13,000 years.
Volcanic event caused ice age during Jurassic Period -- ScienceDaily

Well, volcanism is definitely on the rise. Suspicious Observers say that we are statistically due for a very large eruption. Dunno.
In addition to that, Earth is due for a X-45 flare (Carrington) We are close to due for a X-60 flare also.
Then, there are super-flares X-100,000.
"Surprisingly, we (they) found 365 superflares on 148 solar type stars (G-type main sequence stars)"
Buy more popcorn, the sun will cook it for you.

Jim Willie, "the high risk to Wall Street banks from the declining crude oil price whereby the big banks have credit exposure to the suicidal shale sector,"
12/06 Oil dives 4% as OPEC meeting ends with no details on production cuts CNBC
The deep state had made enemies of Iran and Russia. Saudi is pumping out record amounts. They can keep pumping until the banks choke. THAT is why Pox Americana keeps talking about cutting Irani oil exports to zero. Iran said that; if they can't export oil, nobody in the area will export oil. Demonizing Russia to get them to cut oil exports.
The banks would like to drive the price of oil way up. That doesn't work out very well.
"Throughout the first half of 2008, oil regularly reached record high prices" $146
"The stock market crash of 2008 occurred on September 29, 2008"

"The Prognostications of Ben Bernanke

We now have the diametrical opposite of the famous "Peter Schiff Was Right" video (a compilation of 2006 and 2007 clips in which Schiff, a financial expert who subscribes to Austrian economics, predicted the deep recession that would follow the bursting of the housing bubble).

The new, opposite video is a compilation of the 20052007 prognostications of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. In it, Bernanke is shown to have been just as embarrassingly wrong as Schiff was uncannily right."
"Bernanke said that the housing boom was fine because it was supported by, among other things, growth in jobs, incomes, and in the economy in general. But that very growth itself was supported by the housing boom! For example, most of the job growth was in the housing sector. Witness Bernanke's amazing levitating economy: its housing sector is held up by economic growth, which is held up by its housing sector. And it's just as ridiculous that he denied the existence of a housing bubble by pointing to low mortgage rates. The low rates were a chief cause of the housing bubble, and were a direct result of his actions as Federal Reserve chairman."
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