2020: Three Tales of Future

Positioning of the democrat wannabes, weather “roll-ups,” and the coming of “virtual reporters.” There are multiple stories in play which give us a chance to employ some forecasting skills.  Each involves a specific “way of...

Prepping: When War Comes

Learning from Great Americans, particularly military greats, is something anyone can do.  From home, using YouTube.  Just pick someone who’s really smart and see what they’ve had to say. General H. Norman Schwarzkopf is an amazing fellow.  IQ 168 and one...

Retail Sails

Not an especially hard call to make in advance.  Since the latest consumer debt numbers from the Feral Reserve (sic) showed in their most recent window, credit card sales going up at an 11% annualized rate.  Despite what is being talked about on the left as an...

Trust Your “Actual” CPI – Not “Reported”

(We’ll get to the ECB going negative on rates after this.) What, trust the CPI?  In a word:  No.  They have almost no bearing on your life and they apply only to alien life forms on some other planet, near as we figure it. There’s a lot of background to...

Annual “Anti-Aging” Progress Report

Time to update  September 2018’s Peoplenomics 891-B where we outlined recent advances in anti-aging.  The “supplement cocktail” we approached while sniffing around last year is now making headlines.Can we get another “one year drop on...

Crash Respite? But for How Long?

MUM’s the word, in Economics.  Except, instead of silencio  it now stands for Making Up Money.  Which is what the G20 is orchestrating; reshuffling debt and making-up borrowing to make it  appear all is well.  Buying time on the Global Titanic. A Thought...

Top or Drop? Fed Data Looms

Oh boy, another “National Mood-Swing Monday” is ahead.   In the early slog, the Dow was looking at opening up 50.  But the real interesting part of the day will come at 3 PM Eastern (corrected) when the (misnamed) Federal Reserve lays out the latest...

Prepping: The “Donner Party” Garden

I don’t reference the “Donner Party” lightly.  Because prepping and survival are the most serious topics a person can address; even more so than money or mating. As we laid it out on the Peoplenomics side earlier this year, the ideawas that I would...

Time Machine Engineering Notes

No, actually, I’m not kidding.  Our recent encounter with what can only be called a “time slip”  August 30th has actually yielded not only an interesting  set of data correlations but also deep-thinking on how “the Whole Thing...

American Values Class: 3-Takes on Patton

Many young people (millennials) have not sucked enough air yet to squeeze in time to watch the 1970 move “Patton.”  It won awards for George C. Scott for his phenomenal portrayal. In addition to a haunting soundtrack, and observing how General George S....