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‘Supervolcano’ Alert – Not Just In Yellowstone

Authored by Robert Gore via Straight Line Logic blog, Thar she blows! Once every 600,000 years or so Yellowstone’s supervolcano erupts, making Mt. St. Helens, Pinatubo, and Krakatoa look like firecrackers. It blankets thousands of miles around it in lava and ash, casting a pall over the earth that lowers temperatures and hinders plant life […]

Is U.S. Or China The World’s Economic Superpower?

Since the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the world has had one undisputed economic superpower: the United States. But while the U.S. has enjoyed its moment in the sun, the balance of power has been slowly shifting towards the inevitable rise of China. It’s been a long time coming, but, as Visual Capitalist's […]

Breaking: “Fukushima Cooling System FAILS” After Tsunami, 7.4 Earthquake Hits Japan

Update 9:22 PM EST: The cooling systems for the reactor at Fukushima is reportedly back on, and the situation has been averted. Tsunami waves maxed out at waves reaching heights of about 4.5 feet (1.4 meters), but no significant damage or loss of life has been reported. The magnitude of the earthquake has also been […]

Puerto Ricans in the Dark As Debt-Saddled Gov Loses Power: “Not Prepared For Something Like This”

What would happen if the government was so broke that it couldn’t even afford to maintain the basics – including keeping the electricity on? That’s essentially what’s happened in debt-ridden and poorly-managed Puerto Rico, where a fire took hold at a power plant, and left more than 3 million people without power. There are many […]

“If Normal Life Suddenly Came To An End”: When Power, Delivery and Services Break Down

This article was written by Michael Snyder and originally published at his Economic Collapse blog. Editor’s Comment: Someday it will be a rude awakening. For a society that has proclaimed triumph under nature, centralized power to a degree never-before seen in history and pretended to provide for everyone, things are conspicuously fragile. Just a couple […]

How Much Longer Can They Ignore Reality? “Real Economists Would See An Economy Collapsing”

This article was written by Paul Craig Roberts and originally published at the Strategic Culture Foundation. Editor’s Comment: Here we are back at the coyote over-a-cliff scenario. There is so far great evidence that the powers-that-be have developed the stamina to keep up the ruse for quite a long time. Though it isn’t certain, it […]

Rule of Law Has Collapsed: We Live in a Society Where “Individuals Are Treated As A Threat”

This article was written by Brandon Smith and originally published at his Alt-Market.com site. Editor’s Comment: The move to collectivize all of society, and gradually and systematically, to abolish freedom is well underway. Indeed, it has been the work of centuries, but never before have those who run the system had so much power, though […]

What’s Starting Now Will Overturn the Entire System: “Complete Collapse of Everything”

“There’s too much of everything…” The debt, the currency collapse, the global economy, and the institutions we’ve all taken for granted. All of it is head for prolonged collapse, and revolution. Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg warns about the immense scale of the problems that have been triggered by the Brexit – and could lead […]

EMP Attack Would Destroy Civilization: “A Nightmare You’ll Never Wake Up From”

It could all be over tomorrow. A truly modern threat. The threat of an EMP – via natural event or deliberate attack – remains a grave one. Its potential as a WMD looms larger than any other weapons known to man. Due to the dependency of modern society on electricity, supply chains and cities, an […]

Former Senator Blasts Congress: “America Doesn’t Trust You Anymore… Not One Party, Both”

This article was written by Tyler Durden and originally published at Zero Hedge. Editor’s Comment: As many recent polls have shown, most Americans have less confidence in their representatives and misleaders in government than they do in almost anything else, though distrust is nearly universal for the media, too. Regardless of their position in the […]