[LINK] crossover networks by AT&T/T-Mobile in storm area

Marghanita da Cruz marghanita at ramin.com.au
Thu Nov 1 14:13:18 AEDT 2012

Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
> On 1/11/2012 1:32 PM, Marghanita da Cruz wrote:
>> The problem people will have is their mobile phone batteries will go flat
>> and they will be in the dark (unless they have energy efficient lighting
>> and a solar charger). Disasters are also a reason to have distributed power:
> A friend of mine lives in Connecticut. I emailed him the day of the 
> storm, asking how he was. He answered almost immediately saying they had 
> survived the night but was powerless. He was using his android phone 
> which he kept charged using his car.

On Saturday, I am retrieving my portable PV Car Battery Charger from the
Eco-Annandale Art Exhibition
see bottom work at

 From the photos...I wonder how many people thought of removing the
batteries from cars?
Perhaps that should be part of a disaster plan.

see pictures of cars in underground carparks...

Long Gas Lines, Clogged Roads and Slim Hope for a Better Day

By the way, above ground power can be restored more quickly than 
underground power!

Marghanita da Cruz
Ramin Communications (Sydney)
Website: http://ramin.com.au
Phone:(+612) 0414-869202
Eco-Annandale 2012 on the Theme of Energy

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