Communications Systems ...The online world is so easy, so reachable, and we take advantage of it in believing that it will always exist. But power grids fail, back-up generators run out of fuel, batteries run out of juice making inverters useless, an
This type of disaster event is unforeseen and could have catastrophic consequences
Update: Nearly all PG&E customers have had their power restored at this point (just before 11 am PT), BBG reported in its latest update on the situation.
Anyone reading this probably knows that our American electrical grid is like a groaning, arthritic old man who just keeps on pushing through. We've had more than just this one article about massive grid failure.
at an increased rate...(Natural News) A series of incidents that have occurred in close proximity to each other over the past several days are leading many to believe that technology is failing society and that U.S. infrastructure is collapsing faste
For three months, Frank Sereno had been asking city officials to fill up a particularly pesky pothole on his neighborhood street. When he finally got tired of complaining about the problem, he opted to celebrate instead – and it actually worked.
Nonpartisan group Transportation for America has released a report detailing the deteriorating condition of the U.S. road network.
President Donald Trump abruptly walked out of a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., at the White House on Wednesday, telling reporters moments later that he would not negotiate on legis
PG&E has devised a double whammy for the residents of California. Under the cover of the wave of fires in No Cal, they plan to shut down the power. No lights, no power, and nobody is asking any questions at this incredulous development. In the intere
A "cyber event" interrupted grid operations in parts of the western United States in early March, but the hack was just disclosed to the public a few days ago.
Trump, Speaker Pelosi, and Senate Minority Leader Schumer are in agreement on spending massive amounts of money. Republicans and Democrats alike like to spend money. As is typically the case, the only disagreement is how to pay for it.
Google Fiber agreed to pay Louisville, KY $3.84 million after ceasing its broadband service in the city this week (following a February announcement of the departure). The money will be used to remove cable from roads, pave streets and remove above-g