[TaM-1299] The Truth About Markets – 07 December 2013

Stacy Summary: We talk about ‘tumbled’ chicken at Asda and tumbling bitcoin in China.

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6 comments on “[TaM-1299] The Truth About Markets – 07 December 2013
  1. snoop diddy says:

    ‘bad’ bacteria love those carbs too and they ferment it into propionic acid which can cause brain inflammation (proven in rats at least but takes longer to prove in humans as cant collect slides of brain from humans – a little to do with murder). Some suggestion it contributes to some cases of autism.
    Propionic acid is also an additive 280-283 (McDonalds, KFC etc buns, crumpets, garlic bread etc.)

  2. Harry says:

    And the mp3 was in the rss;
    Thank you very much!

  3. Mary Genoud says:

    There was a novel, The Swarm by Frank Schätzing published in 2004 about the planet’s eco collapse; food chain collapse within oceans, methane hydrates melt and collapsing continental shelves followed by mammoth tidal waves basically everywhere of total destruction….The book mixed considerable technical knowledge into a story about various communities and people.

  4. g-man says:

    Re: Sardines

    “There was no sardine fishery in Canada but it doesn’t meant that there were no fish,” said Penny White, fisheries biologist for Quatsino First Nation, one of 25 bands holding sardine-fishing licenses. “The fish that were out there just never came in close enough to be caught.”

    The fishery refers to the school of sardines that migrates all over the ocean and shows up off the coasts of Mexico, the U.S. or Canada, explained Lorne Clayton, executive director of the Canadian Pacific
 Sardine Association, which covers non-aboriginal sardine fishermen.

    The water temperature was 1.5 degrees centigrade warmer than last year, Clayton said, quoting data from satellite photographs. And some species of fish will change their migrating patterns given a half-degree difference of ocean. It was a different situation than the probable lack of oxygen that killed about a million sardines off California a couple of years ago.http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/10/26/empty-nets-sardines-fail-materialize-british-columbia-knocking-out-years-32-million

  5. manfromglad says:

    “The Northwest Passage after decades of so-called global warming has a dramatic 60% more Arctic ice this year than at the same time last year. The future dreams of dozens of adventurous sailors are now threatened. A scattering of yachts attempting the legendary Passage are caught by the ice, which has now become blocked at both ends and the transit season may be ending early.”


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