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KunstlerCast 350 — Chatting with Doug Casey about theGreat Unspooling of Advanced Economies

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Doug Casey is an American writer, financier, and the founder and chairman of Casey Research. He describes himself as an anarcho-capitalist influenced by the works of novelist Ayn Rand. Casey is an advisor on how to profit from more »

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KunstlerCast 349 — Yakking with Dave Collum of Cornell University about Covid-19 and the Political Fiascos du Jour

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   David Collum is the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University. He is the intellectual utility infielder of internet commentary, covering all the bases: culture, politics, finance, and technology, with often surprising views on the the more »

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KunstlerCast 348 Revisiting “Reinventing Collapse” with Dmitry Orlov

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Dmitry Orlov was born in Leningrad, USSR, into an academic family, and emigrated to the US in the mid-1970s. He holds de­grees in Computer Engineering and Linguistics, and has worked in a variety of fields, including high-energy physics, more »

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KunstlerCast 347 — Chatting with David E. Martin About Covid-19, Vaccinations, and Other Mass Casualty Events

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Dr. David E. Martin is the Founder and Chairman of M·CAM Inc., the international leader in innovation finance, trade, and intangible asset finance. He is the developer of the first innovation-based quantitative index of public equities and is more »

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KunstlerCast 346 — Chatting with Physicist John Droz, Jr. about Election 2020 and Its Irregularities

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!    John Droz, Jr. received undergraduate degrees in Physics and Mathematics from Boston College, and a graduate degree in Physics from Syracuse University. He subsequently worked for GE (Aerospace Electronics), Mohawk Data Sciences, and Monolithic Memories (Cupertino, CA). After more »

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KunstlerCast 345 — Jawing about Covid-19’n Stuff with Chris Martenson

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Chris Martenson, PhD (Duke), MBA (Cornell) is an economic researcher and futurist specializing in energy and resource depletion, and founder of PeakProsperity.com.  As one of the early econobloggers who forecasted the housing market collapse and stock market correction more »

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KunstlerCast 344 — Chatting with Dr. Tim Morgan of Surplus Energy Economics

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Dr Tim Morgan is a leading exponent of the view that the economy is an energy system, not a financial one. This was set out in the report Perfect Storm, when Tim was global head of research at leading more »

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KunstlerCast 343 — Chat with the Anonymous High School Teacher about Secondary Education in America

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   The Anonymous high school physics teacher has been corresponding with me for a while and I asked him to come on the podcast. He teaches in New England, and that is all I can reveal of his identity. more »

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KunstlerCast 342 — Meet-up with “Collapse Rancher” Hobbs Magaret

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Hobbs Magaret is a regenerative cattle rancher in Central Oregon. Raised on the ranches of the Texas Panhandle and further educated at The University of Oregon, he has experienced two extremes of the contemporary American Experiment. Hobbs, his more »

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KunstlerCast 341 — Yakking with Derrick Jensen about “Bright Green Lies”

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!    Derrick Jensen is an author, teacher, activist, and small farmer. He is the author of more than twenty-five books, including A Language Older Than Words, The Culture of Make Believe, and Endgame. He was named “the Poet Philosopher more »

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KunstlerCast 340 — John Michael Greer and “The King in Orange”

  Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   John Michael Greer, an old friend of the podcast, blogs at Ecosophia, subtitle, Toward an Ecological Spirituality. JMG has been an astute observer of the Western world’s arduous economic and cultural descent, and is the author of more »

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KunstlerCast 339 — Toward a Woke Metaphysics, with Adam Ellwanger

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Adam Ellwanger is a professor of English at the University of Houston – Downtown, where he teaches rhetoric and writing. In addition to those topics, his varied research interests include popular culture, political philosophy, media studies, and the more »

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KunstlerCast 338 — Chatting with Andres Duany about Re-designing America in the time of Covid and other Social Traumas

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page     Andres Duany is a key founder of the New Urbanist movement. His Miami-based firm, DPZ, with wife and partner Lizz Plater-Zyberk, designed the iconic new town, Seaside, Florida, and scores of other excellent projects in the USA and around the world. Andres continues to lead the more »

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KunstlerCast 337 — Yakking with David Collum about the Election Fracas and Other Choice Topics du Jour

Support this podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   David Collum is the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University. He is the intellectual utility infielder of internet commentary, covering all the bases: culture, politics, finance, and technology, with often surprising views on the the predicaments of our time. Here we attempt to make more »

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KunstlerCast 336 — Chatting with Doug Casey about the End of Civilization and other Modern Problems

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Doug Casey is an American writer, financier, and the founder and chairman of Casey Research. He describes himself as an anarcho-capitalist influenced by the works of novelist Ayn Rand. Casey is known as a real estate investor as well as an advisor on how to profit from more »

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KunstlerCast 335 — The Demographic Shift from Big Cities to Small Cities and Towns, with John Boone and Hunter Renfro

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   his podcast speaks to a subject I’ve written about a lot lately — the demographic movement of Americans leaving the big cities for small cities and small towns. New York City alone has lost over 300,000 residents since the onset of the corona virus. John Boone and more »

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KunstlerCast 334– Chatting with Charlie Hall about BioPhysical Economics

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Charles A. S. Hall, born in 1943, attended Colgate University, then Penn State University for a Masters in Ecology, then a PhD in Systems Ecology under Howard Odum at the University of North Carolina.  He was professor at Cornell University, University of Montana and SUNY College of more »

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KunstlerCast 333 — Confab with Political Economist Dr. Jack Rasmus

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Dr. Jack Rasmus is the author of the recently published book, ‘The Scourge of Neoliberalism: US Policy from Reagan to Trump, Clarity Press, January 1, 2020. Dr. Rasmus currently teaches economics at St. Marys College in Moraga, California, on subjects of US economic policy, US political change, more »

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KunstlerCast 332 — Touching Base with Dave Collum of Cornell U about Every Darn Thing

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   David Collum is the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University. He is the intellectual utility infielder of internet commentary, covering all the bases: culture, politics, finance, and technology, with often surprising views on the the predicaments of our time. Here we attempt to make more »

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KunstlerCast 331 — Chatting with Architect and Neuroscientist Ann Sussman about Buildings, Streets, and Cities

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Ann Sussman, RA, is passionate about understanding the human experience of the built environment. Her book, Cognitive Architecture, Designing for How We Respond to the Built Environment (Routledge, 2015) co-authored with Justin B. Hollander, won the Place Research Award from the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) in more »

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KunstlerCast 330 — “Negative Network Effects” with financier and author Simons Chase

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   JHK hunkers down with Simons Chase, a new voice on the financial scene. Mr. Chase is the CIO and owner of independent investment firm, SC Capital Management LLC. He has over 20 years of media, finance and early-stage investing experience on the frontiers of emerging trends. He more »

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KunstlerCast 329 — Chatting with Art Berman about Trouble in the Oil Patch

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Art Berman is an independent oil geologist and industry analyst. We go deep on the recent extreme price crash in the oil markets, the current situation and destiny of shale oil, and the implications of all this for the economy in general. Art lives in Houston. He more »

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KunstlerCast 328 — Chatting with Charles Hugh Smith from the OfTwoMinds Blog

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   Charles Hugh Smith founded his blog, Of Two Minds, in 2005 after 17 years of free-lance journalism in the San Francisco Bay Area. Of Two Minds has grown to thousands of posts that have logged tens of millions of page views on his site and many others more »

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KunstlerCast 327 — Conversation with Gail Tverberg of Our Finite World

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page Gail Tverberg is an analyst who has been researching the connection between oil limits and the economy for nearly 10 years.  She writes a widely-followed blog called Our Finite World. Her background is as an actuary, working as a consultant to insurance companies. She also has a foot more »

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KunstlerCast 326 — Confab with David Collum of Cornell U about Corona Virus, Markets Gone Wild, and Politics

Support this Podcast by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page   David Collum is the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University. He is the intellectual utility infielder of internet commentary, covering all the bases: culture, politics, finance, science, and technology, with often surprising views on the the predicaments of our time. Here we attempt to more »

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