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Category Archives: Hydrology

“Colossal Fraud”: Lawsuit Accuses Poland Spring Of Selling Groundwater

Ever wonder if that bottled mineral water you just spent several dollars on is really mineral water? According to a bombshell new lawsuit filed this week, at least in the case of one company it isn’t. A group of bottled water drinkers has brought a class action lawsuit against Nestle, the company which owns Poland […]

Biggest Inflows Into European Stocks Since 2015, Just As The Economic Pullback Begins

Forget the “great rotation” out of bonds into stocks: 6 months into the so-called reflation trade, which so many strategists predicted would unleash a new era of euphoric stock buying driven by bond sales, it just isn’t happening; in fact bonds have seen fund inflows on 17 of the last 18 weeks. Instead, two other […]

Are Enviro’s Trying To Kill Farming In California? 2017 Water Allocations Imply ‘Yes’

Several times over the past two months we’ve written about the historic floods that have descended upon California during the 2016-2017 rainy season (see here and here for some examples).  In fact, the flooding was so severe that it very nearly caused the complete failure of a major dam in Northern California and resulted in […]