Category: systemic-risk

How To Become A Little More Self Sufficient

Most all of us are very dependent upon other systems (infrastructure) to literally keep us alive. Naturally, this is a result of many technological and societal advances that have enabled a more convenient way of life, a ‘modern’ lifestyle. It’s a good thing in the sense of progress, however the …

What Would Happen When The Internet Goes Down

Try this and see what happens in your household… pull the plug on your internet router. How long will it take before there are inconveniences or upset people (especially the younger ones) … I have been having issues with my internet service all week, and this morning it went ‘belly …

3 Ways To Beat Your Normalcy Bias

Change is something that most people are uncomfortable with. We humans live with our familiar routines and habits, and we have some difficulty with situations that are out of the ordinary and out of our ‘comfort zone’. Because we want things to be normal. This is normalcy bias. To make …

As A Prepper, What Are You Preparing For?

Are you preparing just for fun? Or is there a specific reason? While the journey can be enjoyable and liberating, most of us have assessed the many risks that we face today and are preparing for ‘just in case’ one of these risks ‘blows up’ into reality… FEMA (Federal Emergency …

When The ‘S’ Hits The Fan For Real…

image: ‘Lights Out’ by Ted Koppel Lets say it’s Friday. You switched on the TV News while going about your morning routines around the house while getting ready for work. You’re in the kitchen finishing the last sip of coffee when you hear one of the alphabet channel ‘talking heads’ …