This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore. This article deals with further speculation regarding retcons and other apparent discrepancies in Warcraft lore. It is left to the reader's opinion whether the discrepancies listed below constitute errors, retcons, flavor lore, or merely artistic license. The criteria for inclusion in this article is a clear, apparent contradiction between two official sources. Where the sources are reconciled by another official source, that explanation is provided.
the definition of over-speculation
1. the contemplation or consideration of some subject: to engage in speculation on humanity's ultimate destiny. 2. a single instance or process of consideration. 3. a conclusion or opinion reached by such contemplation: These speculations are impossible to verify. 4. conjectural consideration of a matter; conjecture or surmise: a report based on speculation rather than facts. 5. engagement in business transactions involving considerable risk but offering the chance of large gains, especially trading in commodities, stocks, etc. , in the hope of profit from changes in the market price.
Every Game of Thrones Spoiler We Know for Season 6
We begin our spoiler roundup where we left off at the end of Season 5. Our last shot of Daenerys Targaryen saw her standing in the middle of a grassy plain, with hundreds upon hundreds of Dothraki riders surrounding her. What would happen? Would she declare herself Khaleesi? Would she speak to them in the Dothraki tongue? Would the riders laugh in her face? Would they take Dany prisoner, a captive for the ransoming? Or would Drogon awake from his dragon nap and rescue her, scaring the living pants off all those Dothraki riders (not to mention their horses) and Dany would find herself worshipped again by a new khalasar? Image of Dany as a Prisoner, via Hola It looks like that last one is not happening, at least not at first.
Commodities Speculation, Food Pricing and Security
During the beginnings of the Great Recession in 2008 and the years that followed, food prices went haywire. Indexes of food prices skyrocketed and took years to reach levels that even resembled normalcy. According to the United Nations, the crisis caused more problems with food security for the poor and drove even more people into poverty as food prices became a higher burden to bear. At least 130 million people were pushed into poverty in 2008 as a result of the food crisis and high pricing. The idea of speculating what the future might hold in order to make some money is not new.