Saturday, 12 July 2014

IT'S DEMOGRAPHY STUPID- YOU CAN'T YES YOU CAN'T WIN THE DEMOGRAPHIC WARS ....KILL THEM ALL...THE INDIAN ARE BACK....RETAKING THE EDEN PRAIRIE



People are taken into custody by the U.S. Border Patrol near Falfurrias, Texas March 29, 2013. (REUTERS/Eric Thayer)  

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This undated handout photo provided by Define American shows Jose Antonio Vargas. Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who covered presidential
This INDIAN CROSS THE RESERVE BARRIER YES THEY CAN

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

THE ZIVERS OF INFLATION PAST.....WE ZIVV THE ECONOMIC HEAT ....AND IS BURNING FAST ....IT SEEMS LIKE OIL ...OR GAS ...SOMETHING LIKE THESE....

THE UPPER LEVEL OF THE INFLATION WHEEL
The  70s Economic World War Three Part II is widely considered to be a episodic war

 when "inflation by oil barrel" was out of control, like the Oil Wars but the M3 shows 

that the money supply in USA grew at a much faster average pace during the supposedly 'disinflationary' 80s than during the 70s. 


The Transition of Finance in Japan and the United States: A Comparative STUDY.......

 BY  Thomas Fuck Cargill
Also, during the first 5 years and 6 months of the current  2009-2014 the US money supply

 grew almost twice....well almost 150%... as fast as it did during the 70s,

 and yet very few people perceive a World inflation problem at this time

and that is nice....and the minimum wage goes up...

but you don't buy extra gas with it ....

and in a oil driven economy 

what the future tense holds for a oil driven economy is bleak 

a bleak house world 

Duck and Cover - The Fallout Economic Guide For Morons 

Saturday, 14 June 2014

THE ULTIMATE WEAPON - PETROL - WITHOUT A BANG - A SECTION OF IRAK VANISHED IN MID LEAP SILENTLY - THE PETROL DOGS OF WAR OR OF PEACE DON'T BITE DON'T YELP IN AGONY JUST RUN - THE CARNIVOROUS FAUNA OF THE MESOPOTAMIAN DESERTS FLED AND THE PERSIAN EMPIRE CAST BIDIMENSIONAL SHADOWS OVER THE TRI-D WORLD

IF NORTH AMERICA HAVE ENERGETIC RESERVES FOR THE NEXT CENTURY

THE SAME IS UNTRUE FOR THE FESTUNG EUROPA

AND IN ALL PROBABILITY WORLDS THAT 2014 CAST IN EVERY DAY

THEY SHOULD COUNT THE LOSSES

BECAUSE DEMOCRACY IS DEAD IN ALL FUTURE TENSES

THEre are several different ways in NEOANGLO-SAX OR English 

that you can USE TO talk about the future.

 THEY DON'T COUNT THE LOSSES PROBABLY BECAUSE THEY CAN'T

YES THEY CAN'T COUNT

YES WE CAN'T 

CAN'T WHAT?

COUNT

Sunday, 25 May 2014

THE RISE OF THE NEW ELITES IN THIS NEW DEAL EUROPA MUSSOLINI IS ALIVE IN FRANCE AND IN GREECE STALINE THE MAN OF STEEL IS THE NEW KAL-EL - THE MERITOCRACY OF THE VOID AND VOVOID IS ON - THE INTERNET MAKE CLASSES AND UNCLASSIFIED PEOPLE

UNCLASSIFIED PEOPLE VON INTERNET .
 UNCLASSIFIED PEOPLE YOU HAVE THREE MONTHS TO LEAVE GERMANY 

AND YOU HAVE LESS THAN THAT TO LEAVE SWISS FRANC AREA

And WAVES of  Vulnerable and Disengaged Young and Old People roam the earth

THE EMPTY SOIL GROWS OLD IDEOLOGIES AND OLD IDEAS

SIEG HEIL FOR FRANCE

IS SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER AND FOR GERMANY 

AND IN THE GRAY BUT NOT SO GAY BELLE BRUXELLES 

THE FIRST POGROM OF THIS YEAR 2014

IS SYMPTOMATIC IN AUTOMATIC TIMES....

THE INTERNET AGE IS AGELESS

Monday, 12 May 2014

A RAIVA O MEDO E O ÓDIO VENDEM BEM - DESDE A GUERRA DOS PACOTES DE SUCRE DO INCONTINENTE À GUERRA DA CRIMEIA - OS POBRES MONSTROS PERDEM SEMPRE E AS GENTES DE BONS COSTUMES SÃO SEMPRE MARTARIZADAS A BEM DA NOÇÃO DE NAÇÃO

DEPOIS DE ANOS DE ATERRORIZAREM O POVILÉU COM UM FUTURO MAIS DURO

JÁ NÃO HÁ NECESSIDADE DE O FAZER

A RALÉ ACREDITA NA CRISE MAIOR QUE DEUS

A RALÉ ACREDITA PIAMENTE QUE ISTO SÓ VAI A TIRO

MORREMOS MAS LEVAMOS OS CARRASCOS CONNOSCO

PASSOU O TEMPO DE CHUMBAR A FAMÍLIA E A VIZINHANÇA

MORRA O CARRASCO MORRA

E O CARRASCO MORREU

SOARES TINHA RAZÃO

NÃO HÁ FUNDAÇÃO

QUE RESISTA

A TIROS DE CANHÃO

E HÁ QUEM ASSISTA

E HÁ QUEM NÃO

É TUDO DEMOCRÁTICA

OPÇÃO

DA NAÇÃO

COM CIÁTICA

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

NUMA CIVILIZAÇÃO DE POTENCIAIS ESQUELETOS TODOS SOMOS GORDOS MESMO OS MAIS FAMINTOS TÊM UM BOCADINHO DE CARNE A MAIS E TODOS SOMOS CULPADOS PELO COLAPSO CIVILIZACIONAL EM MUITAS DAS FUTURAS SOMÁLIAS SÍRIAS E UCRÂNIAS É TODO UM JOGO ECONÓMICO QUE LENTA LENTAMENTE COMEÇA A AFOGAR-SE E DE REPENTE MUITO DE REPENTE TALVEZ SE AFOGE MAIS DEPRESSA É UMA QUESTÃO DE TALVEZ DOIS TALVEZ DEZ ANOS MAS 2020 SERÁ MUITO DIFERENTE DE 2014 E 2030 JÁ NEM SE FALA E FIZERAM UMA ARCA DE ALIANÇA QUE NEM SEQUER TEM 20 MIL ANOS DE GARANTIA É TRAMADO

Date:
May 5, 2014
Source:
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Summary:
The melting of a rather small ice volume on East Antarctica's shore could trigger a persistent ice discharge into the ocean, resulting in unstoppable sea-level rise for thousands of years to come. These findings are based on computer simulations of the Antarctic ice flow using improved data of the ground profile underneath the ice sheet 
Melting options....

New research finds that the melting of a rather small ice volume on East Antarctica's shore could trigger a persistent ice discharge into the ocean.
Credit: M. Martin/PIK
 
The melting of a rather small ice volume on East Antarctica's shore could trigger a persistent ice discharge into the ocean, resulting in unstoppable sea-level rise for thousands of years to come.
 This is shown in a study now published in Nature Climate Change by scientists from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). 
The findings are based on computer simulations of the Antarctic ice flow
 using improved data of the ground profile underneath the ice sheet.
"East Antarctica's Wilkes Basin is like a bottle on a slant," says lead-author Matthias Mengel, "once uncorked, it empties out." The basin is the largest region of marine ice on rocky ground in East Antarctica. Currently a rim of ice at the coast holds the ice behind in place: like a cork holding back the content of a bottle. While the air over Antarctica remains cold, warming oceans can cause ice loss on the coast. Ice melting could make this relatively small cork disappear -- once lost, this would trigger a long term sea-level rise of 300-400 centimeters. "The full sea-level rise would ultimately be up to 80 times bigger than the initial melting of the ice cork," says co-author Anders Levermann.
"Until recently, only West Antarctica was considered unstable, but now we know that its ten times bigger counterpart in the East might also be at risk," says Levermann, who is head of PIK's research area Global Adaptation Strategies and a lead-author of the sea-level change chapter of the most recent scientific assessment report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC. This report, published in late September, projects Antarctica's total sea level contribution to be up to 16 centimeters
 within this century. 
"If half of that ice loss occurred in the ice-cork region, then the discharge would begin. 
We have probably overestimated the stability of East Antarctica so far," says Levermann.
Emitting greenhouse-gases could start uncontrollable ice-melt
Melting would make the grounding line retreat -- this is where the ice on the continent meets the sea and starts to float. 
The rocky ground beneath the ice forms a huge inland sloping valley below sea-level. When the grounding line retreats from its current position on a ridge into the valley, the rim of the ice facing the ocean becomes higher than before. More ice is then pushed into the sea, eventually breaking off and melting. And the warmer it gets, the faster this happens.
Complete ice discharge from the affected region in East Antarctica takes five thousand to ten thousand years in the simulations. However, once started, the discharge would slowly but relentlessly continue until the whole basin is empty, even if climate warming stopped.
 "This is the underlying issue here," says Matthias Mengel. "By emitting more and more greenhouse gases we might trigger responses now that we may not be able to stop in the future."
 Such extensive sea level rise would change the face of planet Earth -- coastal cities such as Mumbai, Tokyo or New York are likely to be at risk.