Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Deep 7.1 magnitude earthquake strikes 25 miles from Guam

September 2014 – GUAM - A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck 25 miles northwest of Guam on Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The quake struck at more than 100 miles deep, it said, after originally putting the magnitude at 6.9. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said no tsunami had been generated because the quake was too deep.



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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Something Seriously Wrong With Financial System – Gold and Silver End Game Here – John Embry with Greg Hunter

by Greg Hunter USA Watchdog Investment strategist John Embry says the market manipulation in physical gold and silver is coming to an end. How close? Embry says, “I think we are very close now in the sense that the physical supplies of both gold and silver are being diminished at a fast clip. I just saw Indian imports (for gold) were up 176% in the latest month.



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China may put hundreds of billions into building infrastructure that India so both countries can have higher GDP growth

Deloitte and PWC have papers that detail the infrastucture needs and opportunity in developing countries like India.China's infrastructure builders need to expand beyond China as China rebalances its domestic economy towards services and consumption.China's foreign exchange reserves, the largest in the world, reached a record USD 3.95 trillion in March and it plans to invest around USD 500 billion overseas in the next five years, a large share of which is expected to find India's way.China is positively considering investing in India's ambitious plan to build high-speed railways, including bullet trains.Chinese officials say that China would be committing anywhere between USD 100 billion to USD 300 billion in the modernisation of Indian railways by replacing existing tracks to increase the speed, station development, establishing industrial parks as well as invest in mega infrastructure projects.The improvement of tracks could push the average train speeds from 160 km/hr to 180 km/hr, Indian officials say.China is also asking India to hand over certain railway corridors for it to build, develop and maintain high speed railway lines.During Xi's visit, China is set to announce two industrial parks, one each in Gujarat and Maharastra to begin a host of manufacturing and energy units. China is expected to commit investments worth $6.5 billion to set up industrial parks in India and sign purchase agreements of over $3 billion with Indian companies.Read more »



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Something Seriously Wrong With Financial System – Gold and Silver End Game Here – John Embry with Greg Hunter

by Greg Hunter USA Watchdog Investment strategist John Embry says the market manipulation in physical gold and silver is coming to an end. How close? Embry says, “I think we are very close now in the sense that the physical supplies of both gold and silver are being diminished at a fast clip. I just saw Indian imports (for gold) were up 176% in the latest month.



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Whole Foods at the center of a sugar scandal

(NaturalHealth365) Most people think that food labels are a helpful tool when you’re trying to eat healthy or lose weight. Packaged foods appear to have easy-to-read facts such as ingredients, calorie and nutrient content. But what if the label is lying to you? This happened recently, according to class action lawsuits in California, New York, and Pennsylvania. The lawsuits allege that the label on Whole Foods’ 365 Everyday Value Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt claims that it has 2 grams of sugar – while it really has 11.2 grams. How Whole Foods got caught, and more layers to the scandal According to Chas Jackson, the lead plaintiff in the California lawsuit, watchdog groups took notice when they realized that even unsweetened yogurt has more sugar than the 2 grams listed on the label of Whole Foods’ yogurt.



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Whole Foods at the center of a sugar scandal

(NaturalHealth365) Most people think that food labels are a helpful tool when you’re trying to eat healthy or lose weight. Packaged foods appear to have easy-to-read facts such as ingredients, calorie and nutrient content. But what if the label is lying to you? This happened recently, according to class action lawsuits in California, New York, and Pennsylvania. The lawsuits allege that the label on Whole Foods’ 365 Everyday Value Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt claims that it has 2 grams of sugar – while it really has 11.2 grams. How Whole Foods got caught, and more layers to the scandal According to Chas Jackson, the lead plaintiff in the California lawsuit, watchdog groups took notice when they realized that even unsweetened yogurt has more sugar than the 2 grams listed on the label of Whole Foods’ yogurt.



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DIALING FOR DEVILS

DIALING FOR DEVILS Since the invention of the telephone we have had exponential growth in the ability to communicate. This has been a remarkable part of our evolution. The telephone also was instrumental in bringing us the internet. In the past we may remember the dial up and pinging sound of the modem connecting us anywhere around the world. We continue to see how communication has enabled us to become more informed and improve work load and efficiency.



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