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The additional sets of problems added as "solutions" only guarantee that the third and final crash of asset bubbles just ahead will be far more devastating than the crashes of 2000 and 2009.

The conventional view tacitly assumes the global economy is dealing with one problem: recovering from the Global Financial Meltdown of 2008-09.  Stimulati...
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I observe Shabbat although in a somewhat unconventional way. In my readings this morning for the weekly Torah portion dealing with the building of Noah’s ark, I came across a piece written by Rabbi Yehuda Appel in which he states:

“In the era of the Flood, the Sages suggest a deeper malady associated with the rampant thievery. The Midrash reports t

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There are three major new regulations shaping the housing finance market:  QM (qualified mortgage), QRM (qualified residential mortgage) and Reg X.  QM is a safe harbor from the statutory ability-to-repay requirement that applies to all mortgages.  QRM is a safe harbor from the statutory risk retention requirement that applies to mortgage se

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At the 2nd General Assembly of the ACT Alliance held in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, the World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit congratulated the new leadership of the ACT Alliance, a partner organization of the WCC, which has elected representatives of its governing bodies at the event.

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Palaeontology: Girls and boys come out to playTo have and to hold
SEX is ubiquitous, but sexual intercourse is not. On dry land, it is more or less de rigueur. Sperm and eggs risk dessication otherwise. Mammals, birds and reptiles do it. Insects do it. Even snails do, it—firing darts at each other as part of the preliminaries. But many creatures live in the oceans, and a lot of them simply b...
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IT IS not quite do-it-yourself IVF, but it is close. An INVOcell, brainchild of Claude Ranoux of INVO Bioscience, in Medford, Massachusetts, is a device that allows a woman employing it to use her own body as an incubator for the embryos she hopes to have implanted, rather than relying on a machine to do the job. Several trials have suggested it...

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We've become so overexposed to technology that the extraordinary is now very, very ordinary, says Willard Foxton...

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