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There are really only three things that we should add to what is currently being done within Troubled Times.

  1. For every solution set, we should make a conscious effort to address salability. In this regard, we should be utterly practical. For instance, the Troubled Times, Inc. approved prototype/demo list contains both a small water distillation demo for the purpose of teaching the principles, and a large scale water distillation prototype to supply the needs of a small community, since people need up to 6 gallons each per day. For larger groups the salability would most likely come in providing a number of the large units as opposed to making the units themselves larger.
  2. Place an even higher emphasis on means of getting the word and solution sets out and available to not only individuals, but also Emergency Operations Centers. This is a longer term activity that needs planning so that it can also be scaled up as time becomes shorter and there is likely to be a greater acceptance I think that as far as medium size communities go, that a form of the information should be somewhat targeted to the Emergency Operations Directors of these communities ahead of the pole shift, but late enough that they would be less likely to discard the information as they would do now, should they receive it. This puts the information in the hands, not so much of leaders, as those civil servants who will be immediately responsible for such matters.
  3. Where we now make it clear that people in communities, both large and small on down to individual families on the farm who live in "unsafe" areas such as the coast, and people in large metropolitan areas should evacuate; we should also make it clear that there are definite limits to the salability of the solution sets, and that as part of any Emergency Management Plan, a community of 30,000 (or whatever) survivors should be broken up into more manageable groups and dispersed so that the solution sets are workable.

Offered by Ron.