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Kunstler interviews Gail Tverberg of Our Finite World


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 in the academic world, where she has lectured and written academic articles, and taught at the China’s University of Petroleum in Beijing. This chat focuses mostly on the corona virus situation and the ensuing mess in the economy and the financial sector, which Gail also has been covering extensively on her blog.

The theme music for the podcast is the Two Rivers Waltz by Larry Unger.

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2 Comments on "Kunstler interviews Gail Tverberg of Our Finite World"

  1. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 25th Mar 2020 10:33 pm 

    Gail told me the best way yo deal with climate change was to never discuss it & just pray to Geebus.

  2. Theedrich on Thu, 26th Mar 2020 3:41 am 

    The Kunstler-Tverberg talk forecasts doomsday. Which is absolutely correct.  We are going to collapse, and the Mediævum is our future.  Utopia for all has been nixed by Fate.  The elites have asked for genosuicide, and now they are going to get it.  The return to the historical norm also means that war will reappear as the preferred way to solve economic problems.  It will probably take a couple of years before we exhaust the charade of inflation and Marxist propaganda, but there is no way that such make-believe will be able to return the world to the American Century and its anti-White state of affairs.  Also, university degrees in social justice are not going to give the indolent and the stupid the easy life they have now.  Nature is a stern mistress.

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