Monthly Archives: May 2015

Texas, Rain, and 1500 Year Cycles

Some thoughts on Texas droughts and floods and the 1500 year cycle of cold plunges. Continue reading

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Salvatore Del Prete Thesis

Salvatore Del Prete posted his thesis on WUWT in a comment. I’m posting it here to make it easier to find in the future, and for folks who have not seen it to take a look. Continue reading

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Old Cookbooks – How About The White House?

Some thoughts on rendering lard and how to get an old White House Cookbook. Continue reading

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A Bit Of Worry on China Economics

It looks to me like the global demand for commodities is bottomed, mostly, but certainly not ramping up yet. All in all, not very encouraging and with China having a down real estate market and low iron ore demand. Continue reading

Posted in Economics - Trading - and Money | Tagged , , , , , | 12 Comments