Posts Tagged ‘First’

  • You Can Now Resurrect Spot

    12.01.2018 • United KingdomComments Off on You Can Now Resurrect Spot

    If you re-watch The 6th Day today, you’ll be struck by how accurate its depiction of the future is. Arnie and his wife talk over video chat. His car has a driverless mode. And people are cloning their dead pets. Oh yeah, that’s right. You can now get your

  • Is Northern Ireland the Real Loser in the Brexit Dealings?

    06.12.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Is Northern Ireland the Real Loser in the Brexit Dealings?

    You have a basic human right to trade. The restriction or banning of trade takes away your inherent rights. The offer of a government to interfere less, under an agreement called a free trade agreement, doesn’t make their violation of your rights any less

  • Interview with the Real-Life John Connor

    16.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Interview with the Real-Life John Connor

    The Terminator films probably best represent our collective fear of rogue AI. We’ve all grown up with the nightmare of terrifying humanoid drones attempting to take over the world – with only Sarah and John Connor to save us from annihilation. Today,

  • The Government Wants to Control the Weather

    24.10.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on The Government Wants to Control the Weather

    Andrew Lockley – Exponential Investor (United Kingdom) – Exponential Investor has covered geoengineering a couple of times before. It’s a newly resurgent idea to deal with climate change – which works by either sucking greenhouse gases out of

  • The US Supports the Biggest Financial Scam in History

    18.10.2017 • United StatesComments Off on The US Supports the Biggest Financial Scam in History

    Bill Bonner – Bill Bonner’s Diary (United States) – PARIS – Yesterday, we described what we believe is the true source of today’s bubbly markets: fake money from the Deep State’s finance arm, central banks. Today, we connect more dots.

  • We’re Only A Fraction of a Point from a Crash Alert

    15.09.2017 • United StatesComments Off on We’re Only A Fraction of a Point from a Crash Alert

    The Doom Index is still at a reading of 7 – our “extreme warning” level – as we enter the final month of the third quarter.

  • This Radical Nanotechnology Is Only One-Atom-Thick

    07.09.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on This Radical Nanotechnology Is Only One-Atom-Thick

    This Radical Nanotechnology Is Only One-Atom-Thick. This new material, made primarily in the UK, can be used in hundreds of applications like high-strength materials and desalination. Today, I talk to the man whose firm is at the forefront of this

  • Debt Ceiling About to Rise Higher

    06.09.2017 • United StatesComments Off on Debt Ceiling About to Rise Higher

    Since the bottom of the 2008 financial crisis, federal debt has increased five times faster than the economy that supports it. And stock prices have been going up 10 times as fast. There is no way the Deep State would ever allow its credit to be cut off.

  • Central Bankers: Kudzu of the Economic World

    30.08.2017 • FranceComments Off on Central Bankers: Kudzu of the Economic World

    Japanese knot-weed a.k.a kudzu is an invasive cancer of a plant that was originally introduced as an ornamental curiosity, but is now an unstoppable force overwhelming forests at breakneck speed.

  • How War Drives Technology, and Profits, into the Future

    25.08.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on How War Drives Technology, and Profits, into the Future

    War is essentially a brutal, free market testing ground for technology, and the number of tools originating from the military is staggering.

  • It’s Now Likely That This Generation Will Never Die

    16.08.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on It’s Now Likely That This Generation Will Never Die

    A range of radical new cancer treatments, which could be as revolutionary for medicine as antibiotics were in the 20th century, have become mainstream.

  • How Stein’s Law Could Mean a British Debt Reset

    18.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on How Stein’s Law Could Mean a British Debt Reset

    Everything is debt based, and thats not a bad thing. It’s allowed us to reach the outrageous living standards we have today. The problem arises when new borrowing is needed to repay debt.

  • Olympics: The Biggest Scam on TV

    12.07.2017 • FranceComments Off on Olympics: The Biggest Scam on TV

    Expected revenues from hosting the Olympics are over €3.5 billion, or $4 billion. So why are host countries not turning a profit, and why has this notable city never hosted the games at all?

  • This is the Last Issue of Market in 5 Minutes

    05.07.2017 • BrazilComments Off on This is the Last Issue of Market in 5 Minutes

    The end of our newsletter marks the beginning of a new phase of our company: bigger and completely restructured. And we want you to be a part of it.

  • Bike Sharing Will Be Riding Into Your City Soon

    29.06.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Bike Sharing Will Be Riding Into Your City Soon

    Many investors have failed to notice the opportunities offered by bike sharing – but it’s growing rapidly, and making a real difference to how we move in cities.

  • The Government Will Feed Your Wealth to Zombie Banks

    26.06.2017 • FranceComments Off on The Government Will Feed Your Wealth to Zombie Banks

    The government says bank bailouts are in favor of economic health...but what about taxpayers? And why is this proven alternative being ignored?

  • How Will the EU Deal With Brexit?

    25.05.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on How Will the EU Deal With Brexit?

    The Union’s supposed aims of cooperation and openness will now be tested. What’s more important: the EU’s integrity or its values? Will the EU allow Britain to leave in a way that continues cooperation and openness, or will it punish us and turn its

  • The “Personality First” Approach to Investing in Startups.

    23.05.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on The “Personality First” Approach to Investing in Startups.

    I always recommend meeting the managers of companies, before investing. It’s generally one of the best ways to gain an insight into the way the company’s run today – and how it will be run in future.

  • How Blockchain Could Have Prevented the Recent Cyberattacks

    17.05.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on How Blockchain Could Have Prevented the Recent Cyberattacks

    Hacks like this make the way we currently think about data security seem increasingly obsolete. Having a “centralised” system whereby all data is accessible if you break in is crazy. It’s like a bank robbery: once you’re in the vault, you can

  • China Looks to Build a New Silk Road

    15.05.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on China Looks to Build a New Silk Road

    While US President Donald Trump threatens countries with protectionism, China is offering cash to open up markets. International rail, ports, airports and everything else are expected to be on the to-do list. China’s direction isn’t just trade but a trade

  • How “Spain First” Wrecked Spain’s Colonial Empire

    10.05.2017 • United StatesComments Off on How “Spain First” Wrecked Spain’s Colonial Empire

    Then, like now, the crown and the cronies thought they could gain an advantage by forcing people to trade on their terms. They wanted win-lose deals, with themselves as the winners. This, too, led to the inevitable consequences.