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Old 10-10-2019, 09:20 PM
Sailormilan2 Sailormilan2 is offline
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Frankly, a drone strike on a refinery is the least of my worries. I believe that a drone strike, or two, on a major electrical hub, and we're toast.
I live in what is essentially a desert. My town is known for the riverbed that runs through it. All the water is diverted to farmland. Most of the city gets its water from wells.
No electricity, no water. With temperatures usually over 95° here in the summer months, as was stated, 2-3 days and it will be time to move.
Massive earthquake in the Los Angeles area? Every road into and out of the area crosses a major fault. Nobody's getting out of town. Plus no water due to broken pipes and downed electrical.
This country's Achilles heel is not petroleum products. it's electricity. Without that, absolutely nothing is going to work.
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