Jon Forrest Little

Jon Forrest Little graduated from the University of New Mexico (Political Science). He attended Georgetown University's Institute for Comparative Political and Economic Systems. Jon and economic anthropologist David Graeber have drawn distinctive inferences about the first minted coins used by Athens during the Peloponnesian Wars. David Graeber would write the book Debt, the First 5,000 years, and Little formulated Precious Metals Warfare Theory. Jon is also the publisher of ThePickaxe.

Articles by Jon Forrest Little

The quick Video above shows how Silver works naturally with Pine Resin and Clay for the Perfect Pure Water Treatment Solution.

Why is clean water so integral to our existence? It's the elixir that sustains life, the universal solvent,...
The rapidly growing middle class in India has led to massive new energy demand, and the populous nation is increasingly turning to solar.

A boom in solar projects worldwide is gobbling up substantially more silver ounces every year,...
The quote and chart below is from Crescat Capital’s Tavi Costa.Mexico's silver production is now declining double digits annually for the first time in almost a decade. Historical trends indicate that substantial contractions in new supply...
Does Silver's use in hydrogen fuel cells surpass Silver's use in solar?The projections say YES and by a long shot.\By 2027 or sooner, Silver’s use in Fuel Cells is likely to be 10 times greater than is used in producing Solar panels.Here's...
Silver has been used for thousands of years as ornaments and utensils, for trade, and as the basis for many monetary systems. Of all the metals, pure silver has the whitest color, the highest optical reflectivity, and the highest thermal...
The phrase "life imitates art" has been around for centuries. It was first used by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, who argued that art should imitate reality.The Music Man was first performed on Broadway in 1957. The famous...
The G7 leaders say they are committed to reaching so-called "net zero" emissions by 2050 after halving global emissions by 2030.The initiative has many buzz phrases such as building a "just and inclusive" clean energy economy. The plan...
How long has silver been used as money?Silver has been used as a form of money for thousands of years, dating back to ancient civilizations such as the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians. In fact, the word "silver" is derived from the Anglo-...
The melting point for silver is 961.93 °C - 1235.08 °K

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