Month: January 2024

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Texas Power Grid Sounds Warning Of National Grid Collapse

The situation on the Texas power grid this week poses a critical challenge for its managers at ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas) and underscores the vulnerability of the grid, not just in terms of renewable energy, but in its overall resilience. As weather conditions worsen across the state, ERCOT has issued a conservation...

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AI Disinfo Could Fuel Massive Social Chaos Around 2024 Election

As technology leaps forward, blurring the lines between reality and artificiality, a shadow of uncertainty looms over the digital landscape. Experts warn of an impending treacherous terrain where distinguishing truth from falsehood becomes increasingly challenging. The rise of high-quality fabrications, fueled by artificial intelligence...

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US Sees Surge In Psychopathy, A Sign Of Impending Social Collapse

The United States, seemingly entrenched in the middle stages of collapse, is experiencing a surge of sociopaths and psychopaths testing the limits of their impulses without fear of consequences. This unsettling reality raises the stakes, prompting an urgent need for preparedness, not just for a future collapse, but in our day-to-day...

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Unprecedented Political Persecution Unleashed by Biden Administration

In a chilling turn of events, the Biden administration has escalated its campaign of political persecution, casting an ominous shadow over the nation. The latest developments reveal a disturbing agenda targeting individuals linked, even tangentially, to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol incident. U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, serving as...

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Cautionary Tale: America’s Supply Chain Vulnerability and Dependence on Hostile Nations

In the intricate dance of global trade, the United States finds itself entangled in a web of dependence on critical minerals, laying bare the fragility of its supply chain and the perils of relying on adversarial foreign powers. For decades, nations have meticulously cataloged their critical minerals, essential for economic and national...

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