Hyperinflation History

In case you have not seen one, this is a One Hundred Trillion Dollar note from the Bank of Zimbabwe.

Hyperinflation – 100 Trillion Zimbabwe Dollars

According to a CNBC report, Hyperinflation happened 17 times in the 20th century.  This CNBC slideshow outlines the causes and effects of the top 5 worst hyperinflation situations in history.


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Solar Storm Blackouts – warnings in the news again

Solar storms could significantly affect a large number of people, should the right conditions occur.

Britain’s Chief Scientific Advisor is quotesd as saying,

‘The issue of space weather has got to be taken seriously. We’ve had a relatively quiet period of space weather – but we can’t expect that quiet period to continue. ‘At
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The Reservoir Principle

A reservoir is a reserve: A place where extra of something is collected and stored, often to help regulate the supply.

Water most often comes to mind in regards to reservoirs. For thousands of years, agriculture has used reservoirs to regulate the often intermittent supply of water for irrigation. A reservoir collects the extra during
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He is not Silent

Christianity, when experienced in a relationship with the living God, can be a beautiful tapestry that weaves together moral ideals, self-sacrifice, honest communication, forgiveness, and true love.

Without a living God, Christianity is simply a set of rules to follow that can degrade into legalism or some other twisted variation.

When I was young, I
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