Possible Tinhat territory
Why do you think that China controls 90% of all rare minerals?
How do I maintain authority over my security force after the event?
How to pay guards after money is worthless?
Give me your jacket! (Rick and Morty)
The billionaires considered using special combination locks on the food supply that only they knew.
Or maybe building robots to serve as guards and workers
Or making guards wear disciplinary collars of some kind in return for their survival.
The wealthy pay to escape overheating, hunger and conflict while the rest of the world is left to suffer
Buy bunkers in New Zealand and invest in water
China and India are not going to stop, they want to catch up
It's a natural growth instinct.
Bill Gates didn't give a fuck about anybody the first 40+ years of his life
Geographical Advantages in Extreme Heat
As the recent heatwaves in Paris, London and Berlin have shown, European countries are significantly less well-equipped to deal with these higher temperatures.
Iraq cities have some advantages over Europe when it comes to dealing with extreme temperatures.
Iraq's neighbourhood and homes were designed with the heat in mind.
Narrow streets carry the wind through tall windows, cool air flows up from the basements in older houses.
Don’t rely on first responders or governments
If anything happens, a catastrophy, an economic collapse or riots; police is there only until their family is safe and they get a paycheck.
It is very likely that law enforcement and emergency responders will be pretty hard to find.
When things go bad (empty grocery stores, no utilities, mass riots, violence, etc.) you are more than likely going to have to defend and take care of yourself.
In fact, I would go even further and say that they will become nonexistent. Even during small-scale disasters, law enforcement officers often leave to take care of their own families first.
20 Worst Consequences of Global Warming. This might be a bit over the top
Global warming started out as an environmental problem. It has now evolved into the world’s largest, continually escalating economic and security problem.
Our air pollution caused by fossil fuel burning has been linked to autism, learning disabilities, and developmental problems in brains and lungs in babies and children.
The continuously rising costs of escalating global warming act like a gaping hole in the bottom of a bathtub, draining our resources. By 2100 we may be spending one-third of our whole global GDP—about $100 trillion a year—just to cope with global warming disasters.
Most of the consequences of global warming are interconnected and interdependent. Understanding the relationships of these consequences and how their processes affect each other as well as how they affect the overall climate, and human and biological systems is essential to understanding the nearly unimaginable destructiveness inherent within the now unfolding Climageddon Scenario.
The escalating consequences of global warming are grossly unfair to millennials and today’s younger generations in particular. If escalating global warming continues as it is now, they are robbed of any legitimate economic or survival optimism concerning the future.
Our situation has many similarities to the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum extinction event—a massive methane release that occurred 55 million years ago and killed roughly 70% of all life on the planet. We could face a similar event once we reach a 5° Celsius (9° Fahrenheit) temperature increase.
Once temperatures surpass a 6° Celsius (10.8° Fahrenheit) increase, the ocean phytoplankton responsible for producing 50-80% of the atmosphere’s breathable air will halt oxygen production and we will run out of breathable air.
Knowing the global warming consequences and how they are unfolding will serve as critical warning signs about the future quality of your life and future.