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Article Image by Haley Zaremba

Nuclear fusion has been regarded as the 'holy grail of clean energy,' but it is an extraordinarily expensive endeavor. Countries around the world have been collaborating on experiments with nuclear fusion.

Article Image, by Tyler Durden

It's pretty clear that markets are not having a good day today, and all else equal, it's likely they will only get worse for the simple fact that gamma is now broadly negative, and more put buying (and selling) will lead to more selling (and put buyi

Article Image, By David Stockman

The massive leveraging of US nonfinancial businesses over the last several decades is utterly incompatible with the stock market cap rising from 62% to 204% of GDP.

Article Image, By Jordan Valinsky

CVS Health is closing 900 stores over the next three years, amounting to nearly 10% of its footprint, in response to the changing of "consumer buying patterns."


Merriam Webster on gaslighting: to psychologically manipulate (a person) usually over an extended period of time so that the victim questions the validity of their own thoughts, perception of reality, or memories and experiences confusion, loss of co

Article Image by LAIN DAVIS

The goal of modern globalization that started with the Trilateral Commission in 1973, was always to grab all the resources of the world. This is clearly seen today through the operations of the World Economic Forum and public-private partnerships. It

Article Image By Ian Parker

There's no way to confirm that a crop was grown organically. Randy Constant exploited our trust in the labels--and made a fortune.

Home Grown Food