Can We Lose the Great Lakes?

This is one of those “good news, bad news, and in-between news” mornings for you.

A couple of news stories this week have us asking un comfortable questions about whether the joint Canadian/U.S. Great Lakes is a catastrophe waiting to happen.  That’s the bad news.

The in-between is our outlook on the markets, which as I mentioned in passing on the site, is quite bearish for the next several weeks…but there’s a lot of detail to cover there including the charts of harmonics of past market declines and recoveries.

And then there’s the good news.  Elaine and I have been continuing our dialog on “What do we want to be when we grow up?” and – as a corollary to that…where might that be?  Some really neat options appear that can be done on a simple Social Security income.  *(for however long that lasts…)

So pour the mug (or coffee) and hoist it.  We’re off into the wild black and white and read all over…

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3 thoughts on “Can We Lose the Great Lakes?”

  1. After learning about nuclear reactors in the U.S. Navy I could not ever understand they built reactors not just on the great lakes on both coasts and along all major rivers. For example: If a reactor went blew out in IL Quad cities It would wipe everything south to New Orleans And all the drinking water for the cities along the way.

    • And there have been ‘rumors’ of them spreading to the Northwest too!

      Modern transportation pretty much ensures that if there is a problem – it will eventually be everywhere . . .

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