Tag: finance

Energy

Climate policy is shifting oil consumption. As green energy gets cheaper, oil companies could try to pump even more, so as to flood the world with cheap oil. Opec+ and decarbonization. Grid operators today are aware of solar storms… Read More

Politics

That KJU (Kim Jong Un) was not present is also a political statement. He is saying: I am open to negotiations, but under my terms – I have these great, great capabilities! The biggest danger in the post-war-on-terror… Read More

Finance

No one wants to test the strength of the debt ceiling. The brinkmanship is the kind of dance that no sane person would perform on the edge of a real cliff.  Digital currencies and stablecoins have the potential to… Read More

Asset

DNA is present in the nucleus while mRNA diffuses into the cytoplasm after synthesis. Nee, je DNA verandert niet als je je laat prikken tegen corona. With freedom comes responsibility. So please exercise responsible judgment. Get vaccinated for yourself, the… Read More

Lebanon

The financial crisis has led to a spike in cryptocurrency usage in Lebanon, both as a means of recovering savings through speculative trading and as a way to circumvent a broken banking system. The blast overwhelmed hospitals in… Read More

Longevity

Little evidence that social restrictions during the pandemic have added to rates of death and ill-health. As we age our telomeres, the end caps of the chromosomes shorten. Preserve telomeres and thus reduce aging. The first time that… Read More

Crowdfarming

Ben Jackson paid tribute to his aunt through his sheep art. The circular garden represents a new, more localized approach to the Green Wall project. Farmers one day will be able to manage their fields from their kitchen table,… Read More

Ethiek

COVAX is based on the recognition that a free market system is unlikely to ensure globally equitable vaccine access during a pandemic. It risks losing health equity out of sight in favour of equity markets. The coronavirus turned… Read More

Post-Pandemic

Contagion characterised crises such as the 9/11 attacks, with the aftermaths of conflict and migration, the 2007 financial crisis, and the Covid-19 pandemic. If one word could sum up the experience of 2020, it would be disbelief. The… Read More

Australia

After 18 months do we still trust the apparently unquestionable, but inconsistent medical advice? Will we follow these people for another year? Covid-Zero: was it worth it? We don’t allow content that denies the existence of Covid-19 or… Read More

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