Friday, March 29, 2013
Matthew Stein on VeritasRadio.com | When Disaster Strikes or Technology Fails | Segment 1 of 2
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S y n o p s i s
Did you know that if the power grid fails in the United States, we could facing thousands of Chernobyls all happening at the same time? There are approximately 104 nuclear reactors in the USA. What should we do if one of these reactors went into meltdown?
Tonight, we discuss six trends, each of which are potential civilization busters. These trends may be forming into the “Perfect Storm” for collapse. Do we have a chance for avoiding long term collapse of the world as we know it?
Every time a natural disaster is on the horizon, like a huge blizzard or a major hurricane, the so-called “experts” on the radio and TV tell us what they think we need to do to be prepared, yet people always find themselves grossly unprepared. What things are they not telling us that we need to know, and what are some of the most important things in your 72-hour survival kit that are lacking in what these “experts” recommend?
Five acres of land and an off grid home sound like the way to go, but quite frankly they are out of reach for most people who are living from paycheck to paycheck. Are those without extra cash just out of luck or is there hope? What can we do to prepare?
There are dark clouds gathering on the horizon. Collectively, they are converging to form the perfect storm—a storm of such magnitude that it will dwarf anything that mankind has ever seen. If we are unsuccessful in our attempts to calm this storm, without a doubt it will destroy life as we know it on Planet Earth!
For this and ways to survive when disaster strikes or technology fails and ways to prevent these disasters and live in a sustainable world, Matthew Stein is tonight’s special guest.