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September 2017 ALTA : ..intrepido!


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September 2017 ALTA : ..intrepido!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note this is a PDF (written) ALTA report in the original format. The range of this report

is from September 2017 through to 2030.This report is in the newer, more readable format.

NO DISCUSSION OF ANY INDIVIDUAL CRYPTOCURRENCIES IN THIS REPORT

 

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The lexicon cleaning to remove the pollution from the emotive reduction engine part of our

process continues. The following report may not reach previous accuracy levels as we are still in

the recovery phase of the lexicon 're' tuning.

 

 

The continuing focus on 'antarctica' is clean of data pollution. The linguistics around 'antarctica' are not

being affected by circuitous loop issues, and our filtering process is effective. The rising emotional

values within 'antarctica' focused sub sets are suggesting that circumstances are once again going to be

turning human heads to the south pole.

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Clif has said that people will be moving due to natural disasters. Hurricane Harvey in Houston is just one of many. But remember the reports cover the globe and everything in the reports doesn't all happen in the USA.

 

Anyway this article talks about some of the effects of natural disasters. Two disasters in one area trigger wealthier people to move. If 100 deaths occurred the rate of moving doubles. Poverty goes up in the county.

 

How Natural Disasters Make Entire Counties Poorer

https://www.motherearthnews.com/nature-and-environment/natural-disasters-countries-poorer-zbcz1707

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More on Flooding and it causing labor shifts.

 

Pg 5 under Global Pop

The 'labor' component to 'global population economy' is also gaining new

values for 'rebuilding efforts'. These are in direct response to the 'changing weather patterns' and the

'horrific flooding levels'. The idea coming from these sets is that 'sudden' and 'catastrophic flooding'

will be causing such large levels of damage to 'urban life' in so many places (Houston acknowledged,

but only to be one of many) as to cause 'labor pattern shifts' that are forecast to be persistent at least

20/twenty years.

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Clif has said that people will be moving due to natural disasters. Hurricane Harvey in Houston is just one of many. But remember the reports cover the globe and everything in the reports doesn't all happen in the USA.

 

Anyway this article talks about some of the effects of natural disasters. Two disasters in one area trigger wealthier people to move. If 100 deaths occurred the rate of moving doubles. Poverty goes up in the county.

 

How Natural Disasters Make Entire Counties Poorer

https://www.motherearthnews.com/nature-and-environment/natural-disasters-countries-poorer-zbcz1707

 

Pretty insightful article, greenmeadow. Thanks for sharing.

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Clif has said that people will be moving due to natural disasters. Hurricane Harvey in Houston is just one of many here. But remember the reports cover the globe and everything in the reports doesn't all happen in the USA.

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