Breaking News – Nat Geo Wild’s Second Annual “sharkfest” Discovers The Real, Up Close And Personal Story Of Sharks And Their Incredible Place In Our Ecosystem | Thefutoncritic.com

Outside the Box: Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy

SHARKFEST SCHEDULE: SUNDAY, AUG. 10 7 PM ET/PT – Red Sea Jaws 8 PM ET/PT – Shark Kill Zone – PREMIERE – Video Clips – footage of aerial shark attacks 9 PM ET/PT – Shocking Sharks – Video Clips – footage of underwater shark feeding frenzy 10 PM ET/PT – The Whale That Ate Jaws: Bite Sized MONDAY, AUG. 11 7 PM ET/PT – Shark Battleground: The Red Triangle 8 PM ET/PT – Monster Fish: River Shark 9 PM ET/PT – Monster Fish: River Jaws – PREMIERE AND SEASON FINALE 10 PM ET/PT – World’s Deadliest Sharks TUESDAY, AUG. 12 7 PM ET/PT – Australia’s Deadliest Shark Attacks 8 PM ET/PT – When Sharks Attack: Panic in Paradise 9 PM ET/PT – When Sharks Attack: Florida Frenzy 10 PM ET/PT – When Sharks Attack: California Killer WEDNESDAY, AUG. 13 7 PM ET/PT – When Sharks Attack: Florida Frenzy 8 PM ET/PT – Red Sea Jaws 9 PM ET/PT – Shark Attack Experiment 10 PM ET/PT – Shocking Sharks THURSDAY, AUG. 14 7 PM ET/PT – When Sharks Attack: Panic in Paradise 8 PM ET/PT – Ragged Tooth Sharks 9 PM ET/PT – Great White Sharks: Built for the Kill 10 PM ET/PT – Sharks: Planet Carnivore FRIDAY, AUG. 15 7 PM ET/PT – When Sharks Attack: California Killer 8 PM ET/PT – Australia’s Deadliest Shark Attacks 9 PM ET/PT – Shark Battleground: The Red Triangle 10 PM ET/PT – Shark Kill Zone ### NAT GEO WILD For more than 30 years, National Geographic has been the leader in wildlife programming. The networks Nat Geo WILD and Nat Geo WILD HD, launched in 2010, offer intimate encounters with nature’s ferocious fighters and gentle creatures of land, sea and air that draw upon the cutting-edge work of the many explorers, filmmakers and scientists of the National Geographic Society.
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I understand the argument but think there is more to it than that. Something can be complex but continue to work smoothly if information is allowed to run noise-free. I began to ponder whether our government has become so complex that it has begun to stifle the flow of information. DoddFrank. The Affordable Care Act. Energy policy. The list goes on and on and on. Are we taking all of the profit out of the system in order to comply with complex rules and regulations? Not for large companies, necessarily, but for small ones?
Source: Outside the Box: Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy

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