McAlvaney Weekly Commentary with Dr. Chris Martenson

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The Crash Course: An Interview With Dr. Chris Martenson
Posted on 03 August 2011.

A Look At This Week’s Show:
-Exponential growth is different from linear growth. We naturally think linear yet the current situation is exponential.
-Growth and prosperity are also different. You can have growth or prosperity, but not both perpetually.
-Problems and predicaments are different as well. A problem can be solved to avoid a certain outcome. A predicament has no solution, only an outcome. We currently have a predicament that we must adjust to.

About the Guest: Dr. Chris Martenson is an independent economist and author of a popular website, ChrisMartenson.com. His Crash Course video series explores the intertwining significance of the “three E’s”—the economy, energy, and environment and offers articulate, dynamic insight into the workings of our monetary system.

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2 responses to “McAlvaney Weekly Commentary with Dr. Chris Martenson

  1. Ted Haynie

    Mr. Larry,
    Good call . . I’m buying the book, even if I’m to old to learn new stuff.

    • Ted, 1) If you liked that interview may I suggest you listen to their interview every week. 2) Another great podcast is Financial Sense News Hour, they have 3-4 weekly interviews and comments on the state of the world. There is a link to the website on the right side of the blog under MARKET NEWS. Besides just a podcast, they have lots of continually updating reports that are geared to the public.
      3) Last but not least, to get your blood stirring with that morning cup of java, go to the SHTFPlan.com website for their daily articles.

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