Living On Borrowed Time

How soon until the consequences of our excesses catch up with us?

by Adam Taggart
Chris Martenson’s Peak Prosperity

The laws of physics are governed by cause and effect. But there can exist a time lag between the two.

For instance:

[…] Note how the speed of both the bullet and the retracting latex far exceed that of the shockwave or gravity on the water contained inside each balloon.

There’s an observable time lag during which the globe of previously-contained water momentarily hangs there in space.

Then, a beat later, it’s obliterated.

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