babystrangeloop wrote:[*]How is it reasonable to put a frame around this that insists that world peak energy is a US-centric thing?
A good question for the theories author. I never understood how he went from a US centric problem (which did not happen) to a world wide result.
babystrangeloop wrote:[*]How is it reasonable to look at worldwide blackouts and say that this is only one nation's issue?
The original reference was to Indian blackouts, not worldwide ones. Do you have actual exampels where the entire world has lost electrical power? Solar flares might cause this I suppose? Unless a tornado wipes out the powerlines, electrical power in the US and Canada is still pretty much a 24/7 thing.
babystrangeloop wrote:[*]My activity in this thread consists of real-time monitoring of worldwide blackouts, you are free to think whatever while I act as fire alarm.
Blackouts have been happening since the invention of electrical power. Are you claiming that there are more of them now, then before? Do you have a chart showing how blackout frequency or length is now substantially different than all those other years?