Usually it’s fixed fairly quickly with linemen working the problem. But, “what if” a long term grid down? What happens after it goes down?
Ever wondered what’s inside all those trains rolling down the tracks? Here’s a quick breakdown of the freight transported /moved by rail.
Tips how to be prepared for a traffic jam or a traffic gridlock situation. We’ve all been there, right?
First you must understand the concept of gaslighting. Then you learn to spot it. Then you realize it’s all around you.
Should we not succeed on slowing them down November 8th, there will be no smooth road back to liberty, whatsoever.
It’s best to think about the topic before anything like this happens. To establish a thought-process and hopefully a plan.
To begin with, lets take small steps. Do what you can to soften your existing reliance on external systems.
My focus is on the risk of worsening shortages. The expanding war is entirely out of my control. But I can control my preparations.
I believe that right now, we’re likely living through one of the most dangerous times in American history.
Cities depend on ALL consumable supplies being brought in by distribution systems. The population has zero chance of survival without them.