This is Tommy Waller with the Secure The Grid Minute.
New Hampshire’s citizens and state government deserve serious praise for their generosity in donating 200 tons of food and water to the disaster stricken citizens of Puerto Rico. These donations would fill 17 tractor trailers and took 189 state employees more than 1500 hours to collect.
Incredibly, if the power remains off for a year’s time and residents must continue receiving aide, New Hampshire’s incredible effort would only feed 200 people. That’s right, the average American consumes approximately 5.5lb of food per day, which comes out to just over 1 ton of food per year, which is a daunting number for those preparing to weather a prolonged blackout. Is that a real prospect for America? Unfortunately, YES. Learn more at www.securethegrid.com