0 votes

Are you prepared if the internet goes down?

I'm not making predictions, but IF there's a chance that the internet could go down, have you saved any relevant NWO, NAU, etc. info in case it does? What's the best way to do this? It's hard enough to educate people with the info that's available, I can't imagine if it was no longer available.

"Lawrence Lessig, a Stanford university law professor, claims that the US government has prepared a type of Patriot Act that is in place and ready for Congress should a major security event occur, a 9-11 type event. And just like the Patriot Act contains all sorts of new restrictions, there is concern that this I-Patriot Act will have many restrictions and laws that may limit the way the Internet is used."
http://www.siliconvalleywatcher.com/mt/archives/2008/08/i911...

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.

I hope it doesn't

I would be cut off from the news.

I know a guy with an external hard drive with at least 100 hours

of information and thousands of pages of documents. The information will continue to be available no matter what.

I shall build a fire...

..and stare at it instead.

I may not know the truth, but I know when I'm being lied to...

I may not know the truth, but I know when I'm being lied to...

Actually

I save individual webpage html using the "Save Page As" feature in my browser. I then catalog it pertaining to its political reference or topic, and store the catalog on a burned DVD or either my large jump drive (depending on what it is).

I wasn't really thinking about the net going down when I started this (2 years ago), it was basically because I wanted to have the article even if some entity had it yanked from public access.

Not much you can do

It's not like you can "get off the grid" when speaking about the internet. If it goes down, it goes down. The world did survive before the internet, so we'll have to use more traditional means again.

http://federalfallacy.com