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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

brainstorming Tuesday

1. First lets say we are about 2-3 days away from an intermediate high if not rather ultimate
( later one will play out in a volatile zigzag though) - with a positive close today for the SPX not considered yet. The fact that a far better factory order number could not trigger a rise is one of many warnings that the market has run out of power.

Check out the 10 bubbles in the following link

2. House prices droping again and Baltic Dry as well hinting to some disturbance in the power.

Baltic Dry Plunges 4.5%, At Lowest Level Since 2009

When we noted last night that there was a Baltic fat finger index, we thought we were joking. Appears not. The BDIY has plunged by 4.5% overnight from 1,773 to 1,693, easily the biggest one day drop in a long time. And, more importantly, the index has just taken out the 2010 lows hit on July 15, when the BDIY last traded at 1,700. So in a normal world, one could argue, the fact that there no demand for shipping may actually indicate something. However, in this bizarro "5 year plan" politburo reality, this will likely result in futures once again surging as QE4.5 starts getting priced in.

3. Some fringe systems (weapons are already deployed for regular projects just imagine what the governments might have for different opportunities as the HAARP system is said to create many of the earthquakes.

Abu Dhabi weather project 'creates man-made rainstorms'

A secret £7 million weather project in Abu Dhabi has resulted in dozens of man-made rainstorms, according to reports.

A secret £7 million weather project in Abu Dhabi has resulted in dozens of man-made rainstorms, according to reports.
Children play in the street during a rain storm in Abu Dhabi Photo: ALAMY

Scientists employed by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the UAE and leader of Abu Dhabi, successfully created more than 50 rainstorms in the state's Al Ain region last year, mostly in July and August when there is virtually no rain at all. It is believed to be the first time the system has produced rain from clear skies.

They have been using giant ionisers, shaped like giant lampshades, to generate fields of negatively charged particles, which create cloud formation.

In a company video, seen by The Sunday Times, Helmut Fluhrer, the founder of Metro Systems International, the Swiss company in charge of the project, said: "We are currently operating our innovative rainfall enhancement technology, Weathertec, in the region of Al Ain in Abu Dhabid. We started in June 2010 and have achieved a number of rainfalls."

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