Doomberg: Pipeline Explosions and the Drumbeats of War

Palisades Gold Radio, Released on 9/27/22

0:00 – Introduction
1:55 – Downstream Effects
4:20 – Ramifications
9:32 – E.U. Gas Levels
11:57 – Japan & the Yen
15:05 – Currencies & Mindsets
17:20 – U.S. Treasuries
21:13 – Russian Energy
25:44 – Dedollarization
27:12 – A Perfect Storm
32:30 – The Green Hypocrisy
36:50 – Facing Reality
38:23 – Tradeoffs & Nuclear
46:50 – Wrap Up

Doomberg is the anonymous publishing arm of a bespoke consulting firm providing advisory services to family offices and c-suite executives. Its principals apply their decades of experience across heavy industry, private equity and finance to deliver innovative thinking and clarity to complex problems.

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Steven Starr

Doomberg didn’t discuss the tradeoffs for nuclear power (which also require huge amounts of fossil fuels to produce uranium metals that must then be “enriched” to concentrate the U235, as well as to build the nuclear power plants themselves).
That is, the radioactive fission products produced by nuclear reactors are toxic at the atomic and molecular level, and must be isolated from the biosphere for at least 100,000 years. Nothing man has built has lasted even 1/10 of that time frame, and if the wastes get loose in the biosphere, there will be hell to pay.