American blackout should be shown again. This information is to valuable to be shown only once. It should be accessible in an on demand format to be viewed anytime.
Thank you for categorizing in one neat package for those of us that have to skip some meals to purchase what we need. Great service to humanity.
Thought this was a really good show. However if transformers at substations blew out, it would last much longer than two weeks. Do you know that we can only replace about 20 percent of the large transformers and batteries in power station substations if they all went kaboom? Then most of these products are not even made in the USA, I believe most are currently made in Australia. Then to get some of the biggest ones, there could be up to a three year wait time. Even Australia doesn’t keep a big inventory just sitting there waiting to be shipped. Then after they are shipped by boat, they are huge and would need powered cranes to remove them from the ships. Then you’d need locomotives or large trucks to get them from point A to point B, then again cranes or something else to get them into the largest substations. You’d have to make sure all the transformers from an electric power plant (coal or other ran plant) to the substations were not blown out. If even one were blown out from point A to point B you could have problems in the delivery of the electricity to the point you wanted. I think everyone should try to own the largest solar generator they can, or gas powered one and have as much gas on hand for emergencies as possible. Plus know how to cool off in the summer without electricity and how to stay warm in the winter without electricity. People need to learn some of the things their forefathers knew on how to survive, yet few do. With only about 1 percent of Americans prepped (3 million estimated preppers in a USA population of about 300 million) there are big problems ahead.