Photo of the day: Looking for ash, but this is what most London nights looks like.
Iceland’s volcano is causing a mess in the aerospace industry and the one source the media isn’t talking to is the volcano! Here are my questions for the volcano.
Ten Questions For Eyjafjallajökull:
- Why are you mad?
- When will you stop spewing?
- Can you make your ash disappear? Will you? Now? Please.
- Is this the end?
- What can I do to help you?
- Do you have any accomplices?
- Do you compromise?
- Will you be reimbursing loses?
- Will you be doing this again?
- Do you understand what kind of trouble you’re in?
Saturday's view from Parliament Hill over London. If you looked up you would seen a beautiful sky like...
...this. The sky remained a brilliant deep blue the entire weekend, despite the volcanic ash cloud.
There’s plenty of talk about why the economy is the way it is, and certainly the state of the economy. But, perhaps, we should ask, how can the economy be fixed? Well, I have just been informed of how the economy can be fixed…
I’m current;y taking an Economic Geography course at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. For one class, we listened to Professor emeritus of economics at UMass Richard Wolff.
He said, the economic crisis occurred as a result of a structural problem between production and wages.
Below are my notes. I hope they help people understand the economic crisis and how it can be fixed or even prevented.