To: 2banana; Tilted Irish Kilt
Certainly, there is no shortage of food. At any time, there are enough corn and soybeans stored in the Midwest to feed the entire country for five years.
I'm sure the insects have figured this out by now.
posted on 10/08/2017 2:10:03 PM PDT
by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
(April 2006 Message from Dan http://www.dansimmons.com/news/message/2006_04.htm)
To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks; appalachian_dweller; OldPossum; DuncanWaring; VirginiaMom; CodeToad; ...
Prepper Ping - Puerto Rico power, food, and transport crisis is just the latest.
Have you noticed that the crises are coming closer, and closer, etc., to the mainland ?
The original source article and comments are more than worthy of your review.
" Deliberate physical attack and sabotage of the grid are also major threats (has already happened).
But perhaps the biggest danger would be an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) created by detonation of a nuclear device above the atmosphere (Already threatened by the Norks).
And yet we wonder why Russia has already underground facilities to house, feed, and maintain millions of their population .
If you have miles and acres of food, but if you don't have the fuel/energy to get it where it is needed, it doesn't really matter, because it will spoil in the fields, or on the docks.
H/T to DuncanWaring, Tolerance Sucks Rocks, and bitt
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