Financial Collapse
Perpper / June 19, 2019

The worst possible thing would be a financial collapse, all of your debt, tax records, etc will still exist so will people wanting their money. It would be a very slow death for everyone While people may be debt-free i.e. no mortgage, no credit card bills, cars are paid off there still that thing called tax.¬† even if your stake currently does not have a property tax that does not mean that during financial collapse they won’t institute one if you consider that sales tax will be nonexistent. Now let’s take a look at the Great Depression, here are some facts; The stock market lost almost 90% of its value between 1929 and 1933. Around 11,000 banks failed during the Great Depression, leaving many with no savings. In 1929, unemployment was around 3%. In 1933, it was 25%, with 1 out of every 4 people out of work. The average family income dropped by 40% during the Great Depression. More than $1 billion in bank deposits were lost due to bank closings. The worst years of the Great Depression were 1932 and 1933. Around 300,000 companies went out of business. Hundreds of thousands of families could not pay their mortgages…

Coronal Mass Ejection (CME)
Perpper / June 8, 2019

Yes, coronal mass injections scare the crap out of me because it’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when! The first coronal mass ejection that had any effect on us (as a modern nation) was Carrington Event 1859 Since that time had several glancing blows and near misses. On March 13, 1989 the entire province of Quebec, Canada suffered an electrical power blackout. Hundreds of blackouts occur in some part of North America every year. The Quebec Blackout was different, because this one was caused by a solar storm! NASA Report solar storms coronal mass ejection a near miss 2012 According to a report published in 2012 by physicist Pete Riley of Predictive Science Inc., the chance of Earth being hit by a Carrington-class storm between 2012 and 2022 is 12% The report One more thing is that¬† CME and a EMP are then the same. A CME can last for several days and a EMP ust a few seconds.