Has Our Infrastructure Collapsed to the Point It Is Dangerous Now According to a U.S. study,( Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston and Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts) the water supply to more than six million Americans contains unsafe levels of … [Read more...] about Public Water Sources: Too Far Gone to Save?
There are hundreds, if not thousands of articles on the Internet that describe in detail what you can do, or need to do to survive without electricity. Some of the articles are well thought out, and provide the readers with practical, common sense advice, and are well worth … [Read more...] about Just How Bad Is It When the Grid Goes Down: Part 2
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. electric grid loses power 285 percent more often than it did in 1984 the year they began keeping track of such things. The study further reveals that blackouts cost American businesses as much as $150 billion per year in lost … [Read more...] about Just How Bad Is It When the Grid Goes Down
In some cities at certain times, we have advanced from civil disobedience or civil unrest to violence to anarchy. When protesters can shut down major highways and roads and get away with it and then get invited to the White House, you know things are spiraling out of control. … [Read more...] about How close are we to civil unrest or anarchy?
The attacks on 9/11 had of course, changed the landscape as well. The number of deaths in just a matter of moments was staggering, never again we swore as a country. We went to war because of the attacks, and we heard the government recommend we stock up on duct tape and plastic. … [Read more...] about How The San Bernardino Terrorist Attack Changed Security In the US