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Base Metals Surge as Energy Crisis Knocks Out More Supply

October 23rd 2021

Article by Thomas Biesheuvel and Yvonne Yue Li published by Bloomberg on October 14, 2021 - Updated Oct 15, 2021      The world’s most crucial metals continued on a breakneck surge as energy shortages forced more production cuts and piled pressure on manufacturers, fueling concerns about inflation.Producers of metals from   ▸


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Philip Cross: Welcome to our new economy of shortages, comrades

October 23rd 2021

Article by Philip Cross published on October 15, 2021 by the Financial Post      Shortages imply that inflation is much greater than the official measures suggestSince the pandemic began, governments have focused almost exclusively on boosting aggregate demand — in the belief that understandably cautious spenders were the main threat   ▸


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The Canadian Climate Model Epic Failure

October 11th 2021

September 2021 Quarterly Newsletter - Science News, Friends of Science Society    The Canadian Climate Model Epic Failure The Mitchell et al 2020 paper examined the tropical temperature trends of models of the Phase 6 Coupled Model Inter-comparison Project (CMIP6) over 1979 to 2014. These new model runs were the basis for   ▸


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