• 2 days Three Renewable Energy IPOs To Watch
  • 3 days Bitcoin Nears $13,000 As PayPal Joins The Crypto Fray
  • 4 days DOJ Declares The Obvious: Google Is A “Monopoly”
  • 6 days Alibaba Is About To Make History Again
  • 7 days Robinhood Users Are Latest Target Of Pandemic Hackers
  • 9 days The Hydrogen Boom Will Provide A $200B Boost To Wind And Solar Energy
  • 10 days Will The 5G Rollout Overshadow This Major Merger?
  • 11 days Corporate Bitcoin Holdings Boost Crypto Confidence
  • 11 days Indonesia Rolls Out Augmented Reality Innovation To Combat COVID
  • 12 days Banks Are Getting Rich On Pandemic Overdrafts
  • 12 days The Real Reason China Is Betting Big On Renewables
  • 13 days Europe Wants To End The Big Tech Monopoly
  • 13 days New Breakthrough Could Transform Rare Earth Mining
  • 14 days Waymo Set To Roll Out Fully Self-Driving Vehicles
  • 15 days Aramco Dividend Won’t Cover Saudi Budget Gap
  • 16 days Credit Card Debt Plummets Amid COVID
  • 17 days Biden Plan Targets “Wealthy” Taxpayers
  • 18 days McAfee Arrested In Spain On Tax Evasion Charges
  • 18 days South Asia Is Set To Unleash A Flurry Of IPOs
  • 19 days U.S. Takes Stake In Irish Battery Metal Producer
Is The Bull Market On Its Last Legs?

Is The Bull Market On Its Last Legs?

This aging bull market may…

What's Behind The Global EV Sales Slowdown?

What's Behind The Global EV Sales Slowdown?

An economic slowdown in many…

  1. Home
  2. Markets
  3. Other

Postcards from the Gulf

Clouds of Oil Billowing from Seabed may Contain Silver Lining

There may be something other than misery being telegraphed from the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico. To the acute observer, something besides pollution may be seen rising to the surface. It's a message. A message revealing a deeper truth as to the real meaning of this crisis.

No, I'm not referring to the idea that an out of control deep sea well is messaging the need to get off fossil fuels. I mean, sure, but that's too easy a call. I actually have something else in mind to share with you. The gulf oil spill may represent a fork in the road offering Humankind an opportunity for us to evolve our consciousness and negate not only the effects of the spill, but also the many other crises slowly building across the planet. To make this case we must first jump forward to the year 2012, then work our way backwards.

Postcards from the Gulf

 

Read the Report

Back to homepage

Leave a comment

Leave a comment