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Auandag – The Entertainment Industry

Posted by commish @ 22:18 on December 30, 2014  

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom-freemason-masonic-shhh-fingerAt the end of the clip Conan puts 2 fingers  to his lip a signal perhaps to his corporate heads?


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Posted by Auandag @ 19:38 on December 30, 2014  

If you do not think that there is a propaganda machine that tells us what to think, I want you to watch the video posted below very carefully.  This video makes it so obvious that even a small child can understand it…


Mr Copper – RE: “disruptive market practices”

Posted by drb2 @ 19:35 on December 30, 2014  
so my question to the regulators (as if there are any) is – Is this latest release not an admission by the CME that manipulative practices have been employed, and tolerated, in the past?
My question to the Class Action lawyers would be how soon can you start?

Maya @ 18:29. Thanks for the note, and Happy New Year to you and yours.

Posted by Equisetum @ 19:32 on December 30, 2014  

Maybe there is hope!!

Posted by silverngold @ 19:05 on December 30, 2014  

Turning plastic into food? Incubator with hungry fungi can do just that

Photo from kunger.at

Photo from kunger.at


Two Austrian designers have teamed up with Utrecht University to develop an incubator dubbed the ‘Fungi Mutarium.’ It cultivates plastic-digesting fungi, which is edible.

Researchers at Yale University in 2012 discovered a rare variety of mushroom that could break down polyurethane, a type of plastic. What followed was a wave of research exploring how fungi can degrade plastic without retaining any of its toxicity.

Along came Katharina Unger, who thought: “What if this waste could be turned into food?” And with five trillion pieces of plastic clogging up the world’s oceans, there is no shortage of raw material.

She and her partner Julia Kaisinger set up a mini-factory, which they call the Fungi Mutarium, or the FU. It cultivates the mycelium (roots) of two strains of fungi – Schizophyllum commune and Pleurotus ostreatus. Both of these mushrooms – which are regularly eaten by people – can consume and break down plastic.


But the process isn’t as simple as it sounds. In order to be edible for the mushrooms, the plastic must first be put in an activation chamber where UV light sterilizes it.

The plastic is then put in the FU, or growth sphere, where it is placed in an oval egg-shaped pod made out of agar – a seaweed-based substitute for gelatin. If mixed with starch and sugar, agar can act as a nutrient base for the fungi.

Fungi sprouts covered in liquid nitrogen are then put into the FU, which over time digests the plastic. This takes a couple of months, but researchers are working on accelerating the process by optimizing growth conditions.

“They [the fungi] are found throughout the world and can be seen on a wide range of timbers and many other plant-based substrates virtually anywhere in Europe, Asia, the Americas and Australia. They digest toxic waste materials, and are also commonly eaten,” said Unger, as quoted by The Local.

Unger and Kasinger have eaten the fungi, and say it has a neutral flavor. However, they are thinking of developing conceptual recipes such as carrot and chocolate.


Wow! The Ski Train worked!

Posted by Maya @ 18:29 on December 30, 2014  

Now that we’ve climbed THAT mountain, I don’t suppose anyone cares to go back?



EQUISETUM-  I guess old foresters like you don’t retire with a gold watch, but instead get a silver maple leaf!  I like your taste in jeans, especially knowing where the important rivets need to be!

Happy New Year to everyone…   for as long as it lasts!



Posted by Mr.Copper @ 18:26 on December 30, 2014  

As for the punchline: momentum ignition will soon be banned!

As a reminder, momentum ignition is perhaps the primary strategy that has enabled in practice what the Fed has been trying to accomplish in theory (and through printing), namely sending risk assets to all time record highs, using a highly leveraged product such as the USDJPY, which is ramped and has its momentum ignited, with the subsequent avalanche of momentum hitting all other risk assets, most notably the E-mini.


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 18:13 on December 30, 2014  

Think about it….The past has been one problem after the next and culminated in the 2008 meltdown. Bernie Madoff was first. Things are trying to right themselves.


“The good news: starting September 15, 2014 the CME said it would no longer tolerate what is affectionately calls “Disruptive market practices.” This is what we unaffectionately called HFT-market rigging practices including frontrunning, quote stuffing, churning, subpennying and so on.”

“As the bulletin below shows, the ICE is now merely the latest futures exchange where the most glaring forms of HFT market abuse will no longer be tolerated. From the just released notice”


Winedoc, Farmboy. Wishing you the best for 2015.

Posted by Equisetum @ 15:33 on December 30, 2014  

IMG_3713   Year-end 2014 was a pleasant time with loved ones. For Christmas I got a new pair of fleece-lined jeans. I like the Moose Creek brand not only because of the warm fleece, but also the rivets around the watch pocket are high quality compared to the rivets on Levis and other brands. Arctic outflow winds here today made me appreciate the lining in the new jeans.

Dr. Andrew Moulden: Every Vaccine Produces Harm

Posted by Auandag @ 14:41 on December 30, 2014  


Dollar Higher To Help Europe Japan

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:56 on December 30, 2014  

Chart, all currencies, showing all other nations getting a lower currency shot in the arm boost, to give them some hope while the USA applying the brakes (higher dollar) (affordable) since July to accomplish it.



Posted by goldielocks @ 13:49 on December 30, 2014  

Good for these Judges. I’m surprised they haven’t addressed other things he’s done unconstitutionally.

So if a guesstimate of up to 30 million illegals living in the US are they going to make up for it by stopping the 1 million legal immigrants for the next 30 years? I million now  already too much any more as growth stopped years ago .,Their gonna just try to slip them in and jerk around numbers. They already pulled that amnesty thing in the 80s and didn’t stop anything, now we have even more than the 2.5 million then. Up to 30 million more.

@Richey re the “situation”

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:47 on December 30, 2014  

The more I read other peoples views, the more I realize I’ve been watching the “game” more intently and far longer than they have.

Pretty much everything I thought would happen after 2001 and 2008 has happened, so I know I’m on track. I do read other authors views, but always find “crabs” that prove the others are not up to speed.

I suspect the 6 month RUN UP from July 1st with the Dollar was done on purpose to put the US commodity “recovery” on hold, and give all the other countries a temporary breath of fresh air. Naturally, there is always a time lag between action and reaction.

The question I have had is how long will they keep the dollar climbing? I doubt they want to prolong the dollar rally because it would undo all they have accomplished since 2001, re getting US commodities higher and US exports better.

As a shear guess? The dollar rally has ended now.

Mr Copper–thanks for that-I was not crazy about his scenario anyway

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:14 on December 30, 2014  

Federal Judge Finds Obama Amnesty is Unconstitutional

Posted by goldcountry @ 13:06 on December 30, 2014  

The Washington Times is reporting that a Federal Judge Arthur J. Schwab, sitting in the western district of Pennsylvania, “has found parts of President Obama’s new deportation amnesty to be unconstitutional, issuing a scathing memo Tuesday accusing him of usurping Congress’s power to make laws, and dismantling most of the White House’s legal reasoning for circumventing Congress.”

Judge Arthur J. Schwab said “…presidents do have powers to use discretion in deciding how to enforce the law, but said Mr. Obama’s new policy goes well beyond that, setting up a full system for granting legal protections to broad groups of individuals.” He said Mr. Obama writing laws — a power that’s “reserved for Congress, not the president.”

“President Obama’s unilateral legislative action violates the separation of powers provided for in the United States Constitution as well as the Take Care Clause, and therefore is unconstitutional,” Judge Schwab wrote.

The judge also said the policy allows illegal immigrants “to obtain substantive rights.”

The memo came as part of a deportation case before the judge, and Judge Schwab’s order does not invalidate the president’s policies. But it serves as a warning shot as other direct challenges to the new amnesty begin to make their way through the courts.


re Armstrongs number indicate a PM drop to 700s

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:15 on December 30, 2014  

He’s out of his mind. For the TPTB to create a Dollar high enough to provide $700 gold, the US production end of the economy would end up back in contraction. We already went thru that, 1980 to 2001, to help develop or grow third world nations.

Scruffy 8:46

Posted by goldielocks @ 12:04 on December 30, 2014  

Lol good it’s popped at end of year but don’t be to eager or some to think this is it yet. Hopefully it will carry through but at least not as low as Armstrongs number he said would indicate a PM drop to 700s levels of it fell below 1150 think it was. If we get a move up for the next few months then we can probably expect some consolidation in spring. Not saying that will happen but something to watch for.

Posted by Auandag @ 11:51 on December 30, 2014  

The latest news is that Mr. Jeb Bush is way ahead among his Republican rivals for the presidential nomination, leading to a beautiful setup for the battle of the dynasties: Bush versus Clinton in 2016. I believe that insulting prospect would be the wake-up call that will hit the American people upside the head and wake them out of their zombie rapture. A third party will arise. It may be a good one or a bad one, but it will blow the existing order of things apart, as it should.


Another point…polls and the printed lies of manipulation

Posted by Walker @ 11:46 on December 30, 2014  

Head_line….for non thinking heads…

It Wasn’t North Korea Or Russia: Sony Hack “Perpetrator” Said To Be Laid-Off, Disgruntled Employee


Hum….And how will the  Think Tankers cover this up….smile. But But…”I know nothing about missing aircraft…honest”.


The Gallup Polls have been a tool of the Kingmakers for decades

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 11:37 on December 30, 2014  

If you chose the wording of a poll , you control the outcome .


Presidential elections have been determined by news reports of Gallup polls based on a sampling of only a couple of  hundred citizens ( and those were probably selected ) . The minuscule percentage of the whole population was not reported . This trick goes back to the 1930’s . Phyliss Schlafly’s book ‘A Choice , not an Echo’  first published in 1964 and recently updated describes how the true conservative movement was co-opted this way . Well worth reading . Eisenhower was chosen instead of Taft , then went on to win the presidency this way , but on his way out , near the end of his term of office warned of the military-industrial complex ( funded by the banks .)  I am sure that displeased the kingmakers who put him in the White House .

I would say that America came off the tracks when states’ rights were destroyed by the federalist movement during the civil war . I doubt that it can be restored . Most of us are pawns of the banks , which are all too happy to loan the country the fiat needed to fund global wars , foreign aid , domestic programs , ‘carbon payments’ , etc.

18 Trillion in debt ?  What a joke !

That is only the tip of the iceberg , visible above the deep fog bank , above the waterline .

Hacker steals fingerprint from photo, suggests politicians wear gloves in public

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:18 on December 30, 2014  

A German computer hacker has demonstrated how easy it is to foil biometric fingerprint security by using nothing but commercial software and a couple of high resolution photos of one’s hand. To prove it, he recreated the German defense minister’s print.

German hacker Jan Krissler, aka ‘Starbug,’ claimed that by using a high resolution photograph and freely available commercial software, he could replicate the German defense minister’s fingerprint, implying that it would be enough to hack her biometric security.

“After this talk, politicians will presumably wear gloves when talking in public,” Starbug told the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) conference.

Krissler took a photo of Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen’s thumb from a distance of three meters, plus several other pictures of her thumb taken at different times, and used a program called Verifinger to recreate the print.

more http://rt.com/news/218587-hacker-fingerprint-minister-photo/

Does the Gallop Poll now just make up stuff?

Posted by commish @ 10:14 on December 30, 2014  

th Obama, Hillary extend run as most admired.

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:42 on December 30, 2014  

Gold Surges Above $1200 On Heavy Volume As USDJPY, Treasury Yields Tumble

Tyler Durden’s pictureSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 12/30/2014 08:37 -0500

USDJPY has tumbled overnight back below 119.50, dragging stocks (equity futures now at session lows) and Treasury yields with it. But it appears the Gold/Yen trade that is reacting most significantly as a huge volume flushes through futures markets spiking Gold back above $1200…

Yen moved first then Gold reacted to keep the least famous pairs trade alive…

Chart http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-12-30/gold-surges-above-1200-heavy-volume-usdjpy-treasury-yields-tumble

U.S. agency gives quiet nod to light oil exports – sources

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:37 on December 30, 2014  

(Reuters) – The main U.S. export authority is telling some oil companies that they should consider exporting a lightly processed form of crude oil called condensate without formal permission, according to people familiar with the discussions.

In conversations that may help clear the way for more overseas sales of U.S. shale oil, the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has told companies seeking clarification on the legal status of so-called “processed condensate” that self-classification – whereby companies export their product without any formal authorization – could be a way forward, the people told Reuters.

An official familiar with the law said the agency’s discussions did not represent a change in policy since self-classification is allowed under U.S. export controls and is a routine, common practice for the majority of exports.

Yet the message, though carefully couched as an informal suggestion, marks the first sign that the administration is becoming comfortable about allowing companies to work around the nation’s four-decades-old ban on exporting untreated crude oil.

more http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/12/30/us-usa-crude-exports-exclusive-idUSKBN0K80SE20141230

@Richey re 9:00

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 9:30 on December 30, 2014  

I just read Stockman’s story. I can’t buy it. I was very surprised to see so many things wrong with it. So many things left out, not mentioned. Considering he worked for the gov’t, an insider, that might explain why his story is baloney imo. Maybe he just wants to sell books or something.

No mention of the strong dollar policy thru the 1990s. The 2001 dot com peak/bust. The Dow gold ration rotation in 2001. The recession that started in 2000. The 9/11 attack in late 2001 forcing the panic dropping of rates to over ride the 9/11 effect.

Commodities in strong dollar deflation all thru 1980 to 2001. THAT alone HAD to cause many producers to close up. Little George had to put tariffs on imported lumber and steel until the lower dollar got prices higher.

Who is he to talk about Copper? Copper was $1 plus or minus 50 cents, 1971 thru 2004. China was BOOMING after 1990, and copper stayed flat. Low suppressed prices generally cause loss of production and higher later.

That’s it for stockman in my opinion. I can blow a lot more holes in his story.

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