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As the window narrows (by Dr Tim Morgan)

Tim Morgans’ latest post provides much food for thought about the future.

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UK care workers leave industry en masse after being told to get vax or quit, with unions begging govt to reconsider policy

The RT Newsletter reports that “The vacancies for care workers could total more than 170,000 people – with 70,000 being those who refuse the jab – after mandatory vaccination is implemented later this year, according to government estimates cited in … Continue reading

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The Afghanistan Fiasco (and Today’s High Level of Conflict) Reflect an Energy Problem

Gail Tverberg’s latest post includes: [7] In a finite world, longer-term models need to take into account the fact that resources deplete and the population keeps rising. Any modeler who tries to take into account the fact that resources deplete … Continue reading

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THE “NEW ENERGY ECONOMY”: AN EXERCISE IN MAGICAL THINKING

This is an extract from a paper by Mark P. Mill, Senior Fellow of the Manhattan Insitute A movement has been growing for decades to replace hydrocarbons, which collectively supply 84% of the world’s energy. It began with the fear … Continue reading

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Who determines prices?

Tim Watkins latest piece concludes that: Since everything in the economy depends upon energy, and since the energy cost of energy is rising and can no longer be brought down, then we know that theoretically, the economy must shrink. We … Continue reading

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A path of reason, part two: PUTTING IT TOGETHER – HOUSEHOLDS AND THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM

Tim Morgan’s latest blog

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Power to Change

A new report from Power to Change provides more evidence that tackling change from the bottom-up is more effective than doing it top-down. The paper examines the role that community organisations can play in the government’s levelling up agenda. It … Continue reading

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GOOD IDEA, BAD IDEA: THE MERITS OF RENEWABLES, THE FOLLY OF EV

This is an example of seeing things from the bottom up. From the top-down electric vehicles (EVs) are seen to be a very good thing. Bottom-Up is how things really are. Link to Tim Morgan’s Blog

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Technocracy Exposed

An interesting piece by Tim Watkins, in his blog “the consciousness of sheep” – Technocracy exposed (consciousnessofsheep.co.uk) – which concludes that – “The battleground for the future will have to involve some serious consideration to how we might once again … Continue reading

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Green Wizards

I have just come across this. Green Wizards is a website begun in 2010 about how do we learn the skills and knowledge we need to survive and prosper in the coming collapse of civilization. What Professor Bendell calls “deep adaptation”, … Continue reading

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