Hysteresis and the Pretense of Knowledge

More on hysteresis:

Imagine having a fever so bad that it permanently raised your body temperature. Now imagine a period of unemployment so bad that it permanently reduces our economy’s ability to produce things and employ people. That’s hysteresis — the long-term scarring of our economy from periods of short-term unemployment. I’ve discussed this . . . → Read More: Hysteresis and the Pretense of Knowledge

Afternoon news implosion

So this is ominous via the Atlanta Journal Constitution today: Delta Cutting Staff.

If you do not read the tea leaves they don’t leave it to the imagination with this quote

“Meanwhile, Delta said it plans to further cut back international flights, just a day after celebrating the opening of Atlanta’s new international terminal . . . → Read More: Afternoon news implosion

Lithium Demand Will Rise Significantly: Mansur Khan

Lithium is lightest of all metallic elements, with low density and high electrochemical potential. These are essential characteristics that make the element especially suitable for use in various power-storage applications, including electric vehicles (EVs). In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Equity Research Analyst Mansur Khan of Dundee Capital Markets talks about . . . → Read More: Lithium Demand Will Rise Significantly: Mansur Khan