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Cover story
As forecast: The Gold Bull Run has begun
In our 6 June Trend Alert, when gold was $1,332 per ounce, we forecast that a series of converging trend lines, including “weakening economic …
Cover story
GOLD: Follow the trends
The Trends Journal has consistently and accurately forecast the price of gold based on global economic and equity market trends. Here are some …
Hi-tech heroin
It’s a worldwide mental, physical and social crisis. It affects virtually every age and socioeconomic group across the globe. Its …
Hi-tech heroin
The ugly, undeniable physics and biophysics
Many organizations/sites sharing warnings about the wireless health threat have names like ‘such-and-such for responsible technology.’ Or ‘safe …
Hi-tech heroin
No hi-tech cures
While Generation Z, those born between 1996 and 2010, is the first generation whose connection to the world around them is principally defined by the …
On the brink
As global economy slows, geopolitical tensions rise
In this edition of the Trends Journal we highlight several of the hot spots around the globe where the public is rising up against long established …
On the brink
Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
In the 1990s, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, formerly Zaire under military officer Mobutu Sese Seko between 1971 and 1997, was at the center …
On the brink
This oil-rich nation in the Maghreb region of North Africa is wracked by ongoing political and economic turmoil. One third of the population exists …
On the brink
Sudan consists of two countries, Sudan in the north and South Sudan. President Barack Obama granted U.S. recognition of South Sudan as an independent …
On the brink
The political uprising against Ali Abdullah Saleh, who served as the first President of Yemen since its unification in 1990, erupted during the 2011 …
On the brink
This Mediterranean nation created by French Mandate in 1920 under the Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916 following the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in WWI …
On the brink
The devastating Syrian Civil War has had a large impact on global politics and social issues. It is largely responsible for an influx of refugees in …
On the brink
Following the Islamic Revolution of 1979, the US and later the EU imposed a series of sanctions on Iran, most targeting its energy sector. In …
On the brink
North Korea
The Kim dynasty has ruled North Korea since 1948. This hereditary cult of personality survived the Korean War which left much of the North decimated. …
On the brink
This South American nation on the Caribbean is currently mired in an economic collapse, due in part to economic failures compounded by economic …
On the brink
Fidel Castro’s Cuba has been in the crosshairs of US regime change efforts since the Cuban Revolution in 1958. After the US-supported failed …
On the brink
The Central American nation of Nicaragua is the second poorest country in Latin America, followed by Haiti. Forty-three percent  of the population …
New energy
The oil industry’s risky future
Over the next two decades, the need for petroleum-based motor fuels – now half or more of the oil industry’s market – will shrink faster than …
New energy
Nuclear fusion
Many of the world’s top scientists see nuclear fusion as the clean, affordable, nearly inexhaustible future source of energy which has the best …
Brain loss, brain gain…
Alzheimer’s disease kills more people in the U.S. than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. It’s now the number one killer in England and …
The human heart in 3d
Researchers at Tel Aviv University have 3D-printed a complete, small-scale human heart, complete with inner chambers and its own blood vessels and …
Drinking the bottle along with the water
People in North America ingest at least 100,000 tiny pieces of plastic every year, according to a report by a coalition of research biologists in …
Cells found that regenerate body parts
Cells that control the regeneration of body parts have been found in tadpoles but scientists think the discovery holds promise for finding a …
Harvesting metals from the deep ocean floor
The treasures that litter the world’s seabeds aren’t in pirates’ chests; they’re in fist-sized lumps of ore that are rich in minerals and …
Anti-heartburn drugs found to cause kidney disease, cancer
Nexium, Prilosec and other so-called “proton-pump inhibitor” anti-heartburn drugs, or PPIs, do more than tame that chili dog you had for lunch. …
Microbes make new plastics
Plastics don’t have to be made from petroleum. To prove the point, researchers at Aivan, a Finnish design studio, made a set of headphones from …
Zapping memories back to life
Zapping memories back to life As we age, we can begin to lose the ability to remember – not just where you left your glasses, but also long-term …
Vaping can clog your lungs
E-cigarettes have been marketed as being safer than smoking tobacco but that doesn’t mean that they’re safe.

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