Monthly Archives: February 2011

Declining food, oil and space

Perhaps these two reports will provide a hint about some of the serious problems that lie ahead across the world. These difficulties are not confined to only a few countries like China and Egypt. So I urge you to read about them.
A segment of the first report:
In Part II of this report, our just-released Guide to Navigating the Coming Crisis  , we analyze how the same systemic breakages in Egypt will likely manifest in the United States (and other countries). Also, for the first time ever, we have summarized the entire ‘method’ by which we make sense of the world. This method has allowed us to both grow our wealth and sleep better at night. Yes, there are troubling events afoot in the world, but an accurate diagnosis goes a very long way towards relieving the stresses that can cloud good decision-making and narrow one’s field of view. We not only give you the information you need; we give you our best tools so that you can fashion them into the right actions that make sense for you.

A section of the second report:

#14 As food has become increasingly scarce around the world, many companies have started using whatever kinds of “fillers” that they can think of in their “food” products. For example, Raw Story is reporting <>  that some companies in China have actually been mass producing “fake rice” that is made partly of plastic. According to one Chinese Restaurant Association official, eating three bowls of this fake rice is the equivalent of consuming an entire plastic bag.>