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On 8/23/2021 at 9:31 AM, F. mas said:

c'est les 50 ans de bretton woods ! un petit article pour revenir sur ce changement catastrophique:

 

https://mises.org/wire/end-gold-standard-fifty-years-monetary-insanity

 

Fait et transmis.

Sur le même sujet, je signale cet article en Français: https://or.fr/actualites/50-ans-apres-fin-convertibilite-or-dollar-quelles-perspectives-2445

 

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Je n'ai pas pu écouter le contenu du podcast, écouteurs oblige, mais sur la présentation ça a l'air pas mal en ligne avec ce qu'on pourrait faire https://reason.com/podcast/2021/08/25/roger-pielke-jr-we-are-successfully-adapting-to-climate-change/

 

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When the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its highly anticipated report on global warming in early August, U.N Secretary-General António Guterres declared it "a code red for humanity," insisting that "the alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable: greenhouse-gas emissions from fossil-fuel burning and deforestation are choking our planet and putting billions of people at immediate risk."

Guterres' "code red" language was echoed by many reporters and activists, some of whom called humanity "guilty as hell" of "climate crimes." Others prophesied that the climate news was only going to get worse and that we faced a choice of immediately passing the Green New Deal or death.

Roger Pielke Jr., a professor of environmental studies at the University of Colorado, thinks such reactions are not only wrong but "irresponsible." Pielke believes that temperatures are rising in response to human activity, but he also argues that the alarmism dominating the climate discussion is counterproductive. "Nowhere does the IPCC report say that billions of people are at immediate risk," he says, stressing the gap between what's actually in the report and the highly politicized way we discuss climate change.

 

 

Le titre sinon doit pouvoir bien marcher sur CP pour cet article https://reason.com/2021/08/28/how-many-union-members-does-it-take-to-operate-a-train/

 

Et ça résonne un peu beaucoup avec la SNCF

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Je comprends pas bien en quoi c'est un argument anti passeport plus que l"argument comme quoi les covidés doivent obtenir le passeport sans vaccin ?

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Qui est intéressé pour traduire ces articles?

 

- Illegal Immigration Isn't an 'Invasion'

https://reason.com/2021/08/27/illegal-immigration-isnt-an-invasion/

 

- Ireland Stands Its Ground Against 132 Countries Who Gang Up on Its Economy

https://fee.org/articles/ireland-stands-its-ground-against-132-countries-who-gang-up-on-its-economy/

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