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Capitalism: Sink old ships in the ocean to avoid the cost of dismantling them.

Ecoism: Same thing, but call the ship a 'reef'.

Nine reporters from so-called prestigious news organizations attended the recent Bilderberg soiree in Montreaux, representing the likes of NBC News, The Washington Post, The Economist, Bloomberg, and Financial Times.

The Bilderberg clutch operates under the Chatham House rule (paraphrased) "any one may disclose information from the meeting, but none may reveal the sources."

Following is a list of articles generated as a result of that meeting:

Researchers at Yale University have learned how to predict changes in quantum states immediately before they occur.

In other words, they can predict whether Schrödinger's cat is alive or dead immediately before the box is opened.

The annual meeting of the world's elite Delta Bravos known as Bilderberg occurs this weekend in Switzerland.

While the THB (Tinfoil Hat Brigade) sees this as a shadow government junket, the apologists say this is just a howdoyoudo with no agenda or binding conclusions.

If I were to organize a meeting of 130 highly-paid executives travelling from all over the world with no agenda or defined outcome, I would be lucky to get a job at a drive-thru.

See also: U2D1922 / Bilderberger with a Side of Why?s