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- Grandmaster Putin's Golden Trap
- NATO To Deploy Tanks In Eastern Europe Shortly After VP Of Europarliament Says Ukraine-Russia War Imminent.
- OPEC Takes No Action to Ease Supply Glut as Oil Slumps
- Gold Price Went Ballistic To $1,450 In Less Than 20 Minutes
- Google Gives Up On Renewables
- Utilities Facing Coal Shortages Due To Rail Congestion
- Goodbye, Oil: US Navy Cracks New Renewable Energy Technology To Turn Seawater Into Fuel, Allowing Ships To Stay At Sea Longer
Today is Thanksgiving in the US, a prominent holiday typically marked by insane travel nightmares for many, and a chance to spend time with non-core relatives.
To balance all that out we usually overeat, over drink, and slip into a tryptophan coma in front of the TV.
At least, that’s what the holiday has become for many.
Here at Peak Prosperity we like to remember that the holiday consists of two words, thanks and giving.
Some great tips for putting away your power tools and equipment for the winter season and some steps to take for prepping the tools you will need during the colder months.
Using an electric fencing system for livestock and poultry containment can be an easy and effective way to pasture animals and protect against predation. In the following video tutorial, you will learn the steps of setting up a moveable electric fence and some of the considerations when incorporating one into your homestead plan.
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- Euro-Area Yields Drop to Records as Dutch Borrow at All-Time Low
- Russian economy faces recession again following Ukraine sanctions
- South Africa’s Economic Growth Continues to Decline
- Bundesbank Says Banks Risk Property Loss If Economy Sags
- OECD downgrades growth forecast for Japan amid recession
- BOJ’s Kuroda, unfazed by yen falls, signals readiness to ease more
- Japan central bank gov. says companies must raise wages, investment, says hoarding cash costly
- Lawmakers Look for Ways to Provide Relief for Rising Cost of Generic Drugs
Article cross-posted from Center for a New American Dream. Written by Robyn Truslow.
A very informative video that will show you how to cut rope with a cutting device. So simple it might make you laugh.
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Creative Commons (CC) licenses have transformed the way that people share creative works online. Guided by the notion that sharing art, articles, designs, data, and more creates a rich cultural foundation that can be built upon continually, CC licenses allow creators of content‚ including photos, music, videos, text and more, to safely share their work.
Thanksgiving, a day of celebration and gratitude for both harvest and family, is frequently overshadowed by its consumerist big brother, the notorious Black Friday. In 2013, consumers spent a whopping $57 billion on that day alone, with the average consumer spending over $400. 2014 is predicted to be just as spendy, with 67 million people expected to brave the long lines in search of deep discounts.
Learn about the many different ways cinnamon can be a healthful and beneficial spice to add your diet and include in your deep pantry.
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- Where Oil And Politics Meet
- How Energy Secure Are The EU And UK?
- Death Of A Family Farm
- Melting Away
Article and images cross-posted from OpenSource.com.
Before the age of supermarkets and 24-hour diners, seasons dictated our lives far more intimately than they do now and there was a time of the year that was crucial to human survival: the harvest.
Ever since our ancestors moved from being hunter-gatherers to farmers, the harvest has been an important element of the human experience. It was not only a celebration of the bounty each year, it foretold the future. At harvest, people would know whether they would be well fed through the winter and beyond.
If someone said your organization could eliminate email and meetings, fire the bosses, go to a four day work week, and thrive, what would you think? Where’s the punchline, right? Well, there is no punchline. Many companies are taking such steps.
Here at Peak Prosperity, we follow a lot of the problems and challenges of the world around us and explore what can be done in response to them. And in seeking solutions, we have to remind ourselves that if we want the world to be different in some way, the only way to begin changing it with 100% certainty is by changing ourselves. In the end, we are responsible for how we perceive and relate to what's happening around us, and true change begins with taking ownership of what our reality is, and what we want it to be.
For such a heady topic, we've responded to previous requests from the PP.com community and invited our own philosopher-in-residence Andrew Graves -- better known as Treebeard on the site -- to expound on the topic.
Resourceful PDX connects residents to events like the neighborhood cleanup pictured above. Credit: SE Uplift
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My trip to Gijon, Spain for the Beyond the Sharing Economy conference began five months earlier 30 feet underground in the catacombs of Paris.
Let me explain.
In the past few chapters on Energy Economics, Peak Cheap Oil, and the false promise of Shale Oil, we've gone into great detail to show how our economic growth is deeply dependent on our energy systems.
Understanding the known facts behind this story, as well as each of the stated risks is what The Crash Course is about: assessing those risks and deciding what, if anything, a prudent adult should do about adapting to these realities and facing these risks.