Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 20 September 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, Ahh.  There’s nothing quite like the sound of chanting schoolchildren first thing in the morning.  The poor little darlings have been brainwashed from all directions.  Their teachers have beaten fear and anger into their impressionable minds.  We’ve … Read More

Global Warming: Fake news from the start

Senator Tim Wirth, scientist James Hansen, and others manufactured the climate “crisis.” President Donald Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change because it is a bad deal for America. He could have … Read More

Our world is increasingly complex and fast-moving – global organizations must optimize to survive in the face of disruption

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The theme for this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos is ‘Globalization 4.0 – Shaping a global architecture in the age of the fourth industrial revolution’. That may sound like a daunting challenge for business and world leaders, but … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 13 September

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Greetings from Tyler, Somebody wake us when the fight over Brexit has concluded.  It turns out that the British Parliament is going to fight the will of the population with every procedural stunt at its disposal.  The twists and turns … Read More

Venezuela’s Oil Woes Deepen as Chinese Contractor Halts Work

A pump jack stands at a Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA) Petropiar facility in El Tigre, Venezuela, on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. State-owned PDVSA doesn’t publish statistics, but environmentalists and analysts keep seemingly endless lists of examples of wayward crude … Read More

Hurricane death toll in Bahamas at 30 as aid begins to land

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Dorian lashes the Carolinas with driving rain and fierce winds after devastating the Bahamas and killing at least 30 people. An Isle of Palms resident clears the drain during Hurricane Dorian in South Carolina, USA on September 5, 2019. (AP) … Read More

Ebola survivors face increased risk of death

A worker from the World Health Organization (WHO) prepares to administer Ebola vaccination during the launch of an experimental vaccine in Mbandaka, north-western Democratic Republic of the Congo, on May 21, 2018. File Photo by EPA-EFE/STR The overall death rate … Read More

Hurricane Dorian weakens to Category 3 as it camps out over devastated Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian weakened to a Category 3 storm over the Bahamas early Tuesday, after virtually stalling over the island nation where it caused devastation and was blamed for at least five deaths. The National Hurricane Center said in a 5 a.m. update that Dorian … Read More

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