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10 Things People Will Miss Most Without Electricity At Home

by Ken Jorgustin, Modern Survival Blog:

To go without electricity for a couple of hours is a bad enough experience for most, but imagine the horror if the power grid were to stay down for days, or even weeks!

Can you imagine the unthinkable and challenge yourself to consider life without electricity for 1-year or more (e.g. SHTF after an EMP cluster)?

The resulting shock to today’s modern man (and woman) would not only be an emotional jolt, but could quickly turn into a life threatening reality for those who have not prepared for such an occurrence. It could be life threatening even for those who have prepared!

Without electricity (even for a short time), these ten things will be high on the list for most people; the things that will be missed the most based on the modern lifestyle of today…

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1 comment to 10 Things People Will Miss Most Without Electricity At Home

  • Ed_B

    “This appliance is in its own category due to the important role it serves in keeping your food fresh longer and the ability to keep you supplied with fresh food for a time. Without electricity your frozen foods will be thawed within 24 hours and will need to be consumed immediately or tossed out. Then what?”

    Worse yet, those who must have a medication that requires refrigeration will be in real trouble if their meds spoil and become useless. They might not be able to get any more for a time period that is longer than they can live without the meds. Diabetics who take insulin are in this group and may, in fact, be the preponderance of it. Anyone who has a diabetic in their family should install a small solar power system and a bar-sized refrigerator to keep their meds from spoiling. This could easily be a life saver. In the meantime, the small fridge works well for beer, wine, and soft drinks.

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