erthnsky at gmail.com
Fri Jul 2 01:05:26 EDT 2010
The end of the world as we know it.
4-10 years without electricity would definitely change the world, and
even when there is a return to pre-CME ability, our whole paradigm will
have changed, I hope. There will be fewer people-the entire medical
system having collapsed. Transportation returns to simpler means, and
the world essentially turns back the clock by 100 years.
IMO, this is THE disaster to prepare for. How will you get water? Do
you have the skills you would need? If you only had power for an hour a
day(rolling blackouts) how would you use it? Can you improvise for
your medical needs? Would you move to a different climate?
I honestly don't know if I would survive ten years. I'd like to think I
could, but I dunno if my body would be up to the labor needed,
especially without the meds I currently take. Do you think you would
survive ten years after a CME takes out the grid, creating a global
The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not. Thomas Jefferson
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