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Climate Change & Economic Activity

By admin / September 25, 2017

QUESTION: Hi Martin, I was wondering why a cold period would result in a commodity rise? Thank you in advance for your time. MG ANSWER: When the climate turns cold, that is when food shortages takes place. When the climate turns warm, that is when economic activity starts and empires expand. The cold period we […]


Climate Change on the Horizon

By admin / September 22, 2017

QUESTION: Marty, I’ve been looking at the Year Without a Summer on Wikipedia and read that there was a cooling trend prior to the winter-like conditions during the summer of 1816. It mentioned that it affected the northeast. Also that the reason for the cooling trend is associated with the volcanic activity prior to and […]


Climate Change Scientists Backtracking On New Data At Last

By admin / September 21, 2017

The headline in the London Times: “We were wrong — worst effects of climate change can be avoided, say experts Scientists admit that world is warming more slowly than predicted.” The analysis of Global Warming has been the one of the greatest absurd propositions of modern times. With a tiny fraction of data on climate from […]


Global Warming & Storms

By admin / September 13, 2017

While some of the news coverage was interjecting global warming as the cause of the storm, in fact it tends to work in the opposite direction. This has been a sharply declining period of temperature. I wrote about how this was the year without an Arctic Summer.  This has been the coldest summer in Europe and even […]


News & Exaggerating The Storm Coverage

By admin / September 13, 2017

The devastation in the Florida Keys and in the Caribbean Islands has one thing in common. Those houses constructed in wood frames cannot withstand even a Category 3 storm no less a Category 5. To understand the disaster, we have to face the fact that construction standards are critical. Wood houses should be prohibited and […]


The Target Week of 9/11 Storms to North Korea

By admin / September 11, 2017

Tampa 1921 QUESTION: Marty, You said in Orlando last year you ran your models on where to locate in Florida and said a big one was due in 2017. Now with your target coming into play for the week of 9/11 and the storm about to hit your area, do you think this target of 9/11 […]


Irma – Yes All Staff Have Evacuated Florida

By admin / September 9, 2017

  All our staff have evacuated.  We were all under mandatory evacuation orders. So thank you for all the concern. Our decision to leave was primarily due to the fact that the storm shifted to the West and the likelihood of power outages potentially lasting days or weeks was the real deciding factor. Generators also […]


My Beach at 11AM Sept 7th, 2017

By admin / September 7, 2017   This is my beach at 11AM on the Gulf West side of Florida. Bright sunny and extremely calm so far. Thank you for all the emails of concern. I know CNN would never show something like this.


U.S. Virgin Islands Authorizes to Seize All Guns Due to Hurricane

By admin / September 7, 2017

The U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Kenneth Mapp  of the Virgin Islands has just issued an order allowing the National Guard and the local government to seize any privately owned guns, ammunition and private property necessary to protect the island due to Hurricane Irma. Of course, there is no definition of what may constitute property that is necessary […]


It’s the Gov’t I’m Afraid of – Not Nature or God

By admin / September 6, 2017

QUESTION: Martin,  With Irma on the way, if it swings North by North/West you’ll be right in it’s path. Are you leaving heading to high ground, with your Elderly Mom??? If you’re staying, Do you have enough water, fuel, food, generator/fuel??? all the necessities??? Just thinking. from La sh   ANSWER: Socrates is not located in […]

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