And while Stoneleigh and I here at The Automatic Earth haven't had any doubts on the issue in "like forever", keeping the discussion alive in some form may be useful, if only simply since it won't go away.
Just let me state two issues that are obvious to us before handing you over to the cantankerous vulture: There is no way the Federal Reserve (or ECB, Bank of Japan) can print enough money, electronically or physically, to fabricate hyperinflation, as long as the debt deflation train hasn't finished running over our economic systems.
This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack.
deflation, dissecting a John Williams Shadowstats paper.
thing came along and undergrads everywhere had a platform to review and rate teachers before committing to a grueling semester of unintelligible English or rampant halitosis.
Now you can review just about anything online before you use it... That’s right—women now have an app that allows them to rate men they’ve dated—or even just hooked up with once or twice.
Most of the hyperinflationistas are morons, even the ones that don't have a faux Nobel.
So it was a pleasure when a commenter at The Automatic Earth tipped me off to John Williams' -relatively- recent paper: Hyperinflation Special Report (Update 2010)Even my cantankerous self wouldn't dare to call Williams a moron.