posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 05:20 PM
Originally posted by Evanzsayz
reply to post by Klassified
“When it happens you’ll have 30 minutes to make it out of the city. And even then you’ll only have a one-in-three chance of
Sorry but people lived centuries without power, I think well manage.
True, but there were the means to plant, harvest, transport ENOUGH food for as many people as existed back in those past days. Not today. How many
horse-drawn plows exist? Enough to farm the lands to feed 320M? How do you get the food to everyone when there are no working trucks, trains, cars,
planes. Everything uses electronics to function except very old (pre-1972) vehicles and there aren't enough of those to support food transport for
That's just the food crisis. What about sewage, water, burying the dead without machines to prevent disease, Once disease breaks out (and it will),
what medicine, from where, no manufacturing of it nor transport, nor refrigeration of it.
90% of the population will be dead within 1 year all in the most horrid ways imaginable. Lakes and streams will be fished out in 3 months. Land will
be hunted desolate. Human locust hordes will be raiding to collect food, ammo, water, children (as trade). Death will be the normal until the
population can be supported by whatever the environment can provide long term using only hand tools and efforts.