posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 03:18 AM
I would venture that we'd need some initial emergency help in the first year, but after that, we would not only survive, but thrive. Winter supplies
an endless supply of water, kills off harmful bacteria and epidemics, and naturally toughens us up which improves our immune systems. Greenhouses and
solar power, compost heating systems, south-facing windows and rock to heat indoors - it can be done with minimal actual effort. We would also have a
dream come true with the decentralization of resources, which builds stronger communities. With specially adapted snow crawlers transportation would
still exist, and before you knew it we'd have tunnels everywhere. Since the infrastructure was new, and that drilling for oil was more costly and
dangerous, I'd say even the ptb would find it in their best options to introduce electro-magnetism or anti-gravity for transportation.