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Kyle Bass Takes on the Debt, the Fed, and War

January 3, 2013
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Kyle Bass Takes on the Debt, the Fed, and War My summary: In the last 10 years, world-wide debt has grown from 80 trillion to $200 at a rate of 11%, representing the largest peace-time accumulation of debt in the world history. War is economic entropy (debt over 340% of global GDP) taken to its logical conclusion. Bass suspects major war (parties to be determined), is on the horizon, likely in the “next few years.” Debt is growing faster than GDP = unsustainable. Don’t fall prey to “anchoring bias” or “optimism bias.” Historically, debt accumulation of about 250% precedes...

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Killing a Chicken 101

July 31, 2012
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Killing a Chicken 101

My neighbor Tom bought some laying hens this spring. Turns out two of them were roosters. Roosters are not allowed in our little suburb, so they had to go. Today’s class: Killing a Chicken 101 I’ve never killed a chicken so this was my 1st time doing the deed....

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A Diet to Heal Your Intestines and Stomach

March 2, 2012
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A Diet to Heal Your Intestines and Stomach

Here’s a diet to heal your intestines and stomach. These guidelines should help the following: celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, IBS, h. pylori infection, multiple food allergy syndrome, gallbladder problems, ulcers, bloating, cramps, gas, constipation, and diarrhea. The best foods for intestinal issues are eggs, fresh...

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Attention Deficit Disorder Diet And Lifestyle Tips

February 27, 2012
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Attention Deficit Disorder Diet And Lifestyle Tips

ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER DIET AND LIFESTYLE TIPS Nutrition plays a critical role in mental function.  Our brains require energy, nutrients, and vitamins.  Our brains require sleep. Our brains require a circadian cycle of light and dark, and also warm and cold stimulation patterns.  Our brains require physical play. The...

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Paper, gold, or chaos? Chris Martenson interviews Jim Rickards

February 23, 2012
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Paper, gold, or chaos? Chris Martenson interviews Jim Rickards

Chris Martenson recently did an interview with Jim Rickards, author of a masterful book about economic history Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis (Portfolio). Preparedness-minded individuals and families can learn a lot from this interview. Give it 25 minutes of your time. You won’t regret it....

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Five Basic Exercises to Get You Fit

January 14, 2012
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You don’t need a Soloflex, a Bowflex, a treadmill, racks of weights, or a gym membership. Just do these basic exercises and you will be fitter than 95% of the population. Five Basic Exercises to Get You Fit: Push-up Squat Plank Pull-up Shoulder Press Courtesy of Mark’s Daily Apple

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Did Bad Science and Big Business Create the Obesity Epidemic?

January 12, 2012
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Did Bad Science and Big Business Create the Obesity Epidemic? David Diamond, Ph.D., of the University of South Florida College of Arts and Sciences shares his personal story about his battle with obesity. Diamond shows how he lost weight and reduced his triglycerides by eating red meat, eggs and...

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Tips for Overall Health

January 10, 2012
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Tips for Overall Health

Tips for Overall Health This is how I try to stay healthy: Optimizing health and preventing disease involves eating well, being physically active, avoiding toxins, and enjoying good mental health. Eating well: The average American diet is, well, awful.  Americans suffer from more chronic health problems than any other...

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Mark Steyn Says America Is on Its Way to Armageddon

January 8, 2012
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Mark Steyn Says America Is on Its Way to Armageddon

Mark Steyn Says America Is on Its Way to Armageddon. Mark Steyn is the bestselling author of the book America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It. His writing on war, economics, politics, the arts, and culture has appeared in almost every major newspaper around the...

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Dwindling Energy Supplies Due to Peak Oil with Professor Colin Campbell

January 4, 2012
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An insightful, lucid conversation with the grand old man of energy science, Colin Campbell. He discusses peak oil, conservation, and human adaptation to less energy per capita. In conversation with Dr. Colin J Campbell… by LocalCampus

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Websites with PaleoDiet Recipes

December 29, 2011
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Websites with PaleoDiet Recipes

What to eat when you’ve cut out sugar, grain, vegetable oil, legumes, and lactose? Well, lots of awesome stuff: grass-fed beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, pork, ahi, salmon, halibut, trout, kale, cabbage, spinach, squash, onions, garlic, leeks, lettuce, yams, carrots, parsnips, oranges, grapefruit, bananas, peaches, pears, apricots, walnut, hazelnuts, and…...

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Terry Wahls MD Cured her MS with a PaleoDiet

December 16, 2011
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Here’s what I avoid eating: 1) refined sugar, 2) grains, and 3) vegetable oils. Along with the “big 3” listed above, I eat very little dairy, legumes, or nuts. The above mentioned foods are toxic to some degree for most people. Although these foods typically do not cause “acute”...

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Eat Like an Alpha Male on the PaleoDiet

December 14, 2011
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Eat Like an Alpha Male on the PaleoDiet

I’ve been experimenting with the Paleodiet. So far, so good. I’ve lost 10 lbs – 178 lbs. down to 168 lbs. so far. I have more muscle. My waist went from 34 to 32. Other than feeling light-headed and weak for the first few days on zero sugar and...

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Video Showing Why I Don’t Care about Cholesterol Anymore

November 30, 2011
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Video Showing Why I Don’t Care about Cholesterol Anymore

My new staples are meat, liver, butter, cream, eggs, vegetables, and fruit. I no longer eat sugar, grains, or vegetable oils, and very little dairy. I’m at a very healthy weight, I feel good physically, and my mood has improved greatly. Here’s a video showing why I don’t care...

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Fun with Hugelkultur Beds

November 26, 2011
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Fun with Hugelkultur Beds

So I’ve spent most of my spare time this holiday weekend scavenging logs and digging beds for my garden. I’ve had a lot of fun with hugelkultur beds. Hugelkultur, roughly translated from German means “mound for growing.” Hugelkultur beds reduce watering requirements and build soil fertility. By increasing the...

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Murray Sabrin Reveals How MSM and Federal Reserve Sideline Ron Paul

November 19, 2011
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Ron Paul is the only candidate will to call out the Fed. He knows it’s a pyramid scheme that tilts everything in favor of big banks and corporations. He realizes that laws make little difference when the Fed can expand and contract the money supply at will. Murray Sabrin...

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