When The Grid Goes Down- What will you do? – BE ORIGINAL WEAR


When The Grid Goes Down- What will you do?

Is a Worldwide BLACK-OUT POSSIBLE? CAN YOU HANDLE IT WHEN IT HAPPENS?

A blackout of this nature has the possibility to happen on a global scale because of the chance of a massive solar storm. Large solar flares and solar storms have the potential to interfere with Earth's geomagnetic field. This has happened before, and when it does, our technology could be affected.
In 1977, New York went dark in what many have called the most severe blackout in American history.
Panic ensued, shop owners torched their own buildings for insurance profits, and there were two days of absolute confusion and bedlam. While the experience might have better prepared the country for this type of disaster, if the same type of event were to happen in our current advanced technological age, the effects could be even more widespread.

ARE YOU PREPARED FOR SOMETHING LIKE THIS  ON A EVEN GREATER LEVEL? You can be.

A blackout of this nature has the possibility to happen on a global scale because of the chance of a massive solar storm. Large solar flares and solar storms have the potential to interfere with Earth's geomagnetic field.
This has happened before, and when it does, our technology could be affected. Solar flares can create issues as simple as small inaccuracies in GPS, which creates massive issues not just with personal navigation, but with aviation and precisely tuned clocks.
What do you plan to do when the grid goes down? - Chuck D from Public Enemy asked WHAT are you Going to DO WHEN THE GRID GOES DOWN
MUSIC FROM CHUCK D AVAILABLE ON AMAZON HERE
What would happen if the power grid shut down? If the power grid goes down, water and natural gas will also likely fail at some point, so planning is critical. Without a plan in place, most of us would be in bad shape with an extended grid outage.

If the power grid goes down, water and natural gas will also likely fail at some point, so planning is critical. Without a plan in place, most of us would be in bad shape with an extended grid outage.

The power grid is one of those things we take for granted, but it's time to acknowledge that it's getting older. It is reaching capacity and it is under attack. As of 2022, the average age of the power grid is 32 years old. Power outages are over 2.5 times more likely than they were in 1984. 

Here, we offer some solution to those problems