Becoming Resilient

Crash Course: A Compelling Presentation On The Economy And Our Financial Future

I watched the ‘Crash Course’ yesterday and I was amazed!  This is by far the best presentation that I’ve ever seen on money, the economy and our financial future.  You’ll need some time but it’s worth it. Grab your pen and some paper.   I truly believe that this is the most important post on my site!

This series of videos clearly explains how our economy, energy systems and environment face increasing challenges, and explores likely implications for the future.

Just click here to watch theCrash Course on the original site

Chapter 1Three Beliefs

Chapter 2 -The Three E’s by Chris Martenson

Chapter 3 -Exponential Growth by Chris Martenson

Crash Course: Chapter 4 – The Power of Compounding


Crash Course: Chapter 5 – Growth vs. Prosperity by Chris Martenson

Crash Course: Chapter 6 – What is Money?

Crash Course: Chapter 7 – Money Creation

Crash Course: Chapter 8 – The Fed & Money Creation

Crash Course: Chapter 9 – A Brief History of U.S. Money

Crash Course: Chapter 10 – Inflation

Crash Course Chapter 11: How Much Is A Trillion?

Crash Course: Chapter 12 – Debt (1 of 2)

Crash Course: Chapter 12 – Debt (2 of 2)

Crash Course: Chapter 13 – A National Failure to Save


Crash Course: Chapter 14 – Assets & Demographics

Crash Course: Chapter 15 – Bubbles

Crash Course Chapter 16: Fuzzy Numbers


Crash Course: Chapter 17a – Peak Oil

Crash Course: Chapter 17b – Energy Budgeting

Crash Course: Chapter 17c – Energy and the Economy


Crash Course: Chapter 18 – Environmental Data (1 of 2)

Crash Course: Chapter 19 – Future Shock

Crash Course Chapter 20: What Should I Do? (click on this link to watch the final chapter)


 

 

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About Kim Martindale

Mother of two, wife of one, home manager, gardener, student of health and wellness, world traveler, nature lover, researcher, Jesus follower, community builder. I'm seeking to become resilient and to live sustainably. I desire to give back and share what I'm learning with others.

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