From Icarus To Humpty Dumpty – The Art & Science Of Spending Other People’s Money

image edited by Eeb Investigator by Tyler Durden Via MN Gordon of EconomicPrism.com, “We have assembled a best-in-class team of policy advisors to drive President Trump’s bold plan for job creation and economic growth.” Gary Cohn, Chief Economic Advisor to President Trump Promises of Slop The art and science of spending other people’s money is not an occupation suited to just anyone.  Rather, it’s a skill reserved for the professional world-improver.  To be successful, one must act with a zealous devotion to uplifting the down and out, no matter the cost. Lawyers, bankers, economists, and government philosophers with fancy resumes, … Continue reading From Icarus To Humpty Dumpty – The Art & Science Of Spending Other People’s Money

Who Needs Dollars? Russia and China Are Now Dominating Global Gold Production

Devalued paper for gold. Not a bad deal. And in partnership with China — an ally, BRICS member, and fellow petrodollar-dumper. Rudy Panko You can file this one under “Russia’s economy is about to collapse”. Despite what the New York Times may have told you, the devaluation of the ruble has tremendous benefits for Russia’s economy. The major benefit is that a cheap ruble makes “made in Russia” highly competitive in foreign markets. Agriculture, manufacturing — even gold is now cheaper to produce in Russia. And Moscow is reaping the rewards: Russia remained the world’s third largest gold producer in … Continue reading Who Needs Dollars? Russia and China Are Now Dominating Global Gold Production

Minimally invasive heart surgery

By Mayo Clinic Staff Robot-assisted heart surgery Minimally invasive heart surgery In minimally invasive heart surgery, heart (cardiac) surgeons perform heart surgery through small incisions in the right side of your chest, as an alternative to open-heart surgery. Surgeons don’t cut through the breastbone (sternotomy). Rather, they operate between the ribs, which may result in less pain and a quicker recovery for many people. In minimally invasive surgery, your heart surgeon may have a better view of some parts of your heart than in open-heart surgery. Similar to open surgery, some minimally invasive heart surgery procedures may require stopping your … Continue reading Minimally invasive heart surgery

15 Quotes From a Modern Day Zen Master That Will Change Your Perspective on Life

  Ever heard of Mooji? If not, he is one of the greatest modern day spiritual teachers that has helped countless people achieve their goals of inner peace. Mooji encourages his students to question who or what they are at the deepest level. One of his well known exercises is to identify the natural feeling ‘I am’ or ‘I exist’ and staying with this for 5 to 7 minutes at a time. Another is to come to the recognition that everything (thoughts, emotions, sensations) can be perceived, and then inquiring, “Can the perceiver itself be perceived?” Below, we share some … Continue reading 15 Quotes From a Modern Day Zen Master That Will Change Your Perspective on Life

The Real Reason Why Society Hates You If You Don’t Have Kids

by Tracy Moore People who violate social norms fill us with disgust Over 200 introductory psychology students at a large U.S. Midwestern university agree: People who don’t have children are not only miserable, but deserving of our moral outrage. That is the result of a new study that found that deliberately not breeding makes you look like a bad person who lives a purposeless life devoid of real joy. Bonus finding: Men and women without kids were equally despised, proving that there is no gender limit to our disgust toward those who do not procreate as directed in the handbook Being a … Continue reading The Real Reason Why Society Hates You If You Don’t Have Kids