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The Bucky-Gandhi Design Institution › The Gupta State Failure Management Archive - a public resource for hard times

Hi folks, I've just released 4.3gb of talks, 7 hours of video, three hours of audio, plus a pile of supporting documents as a single archive file suitable for burning on DVD. It's high level stuff, suited to discussions about municipal and state governance, for the most part, but a lot of it would apply equally well to community-level survival retreats. There's also a very good model for estimating risks in a given geography which could be quite helpful.

Nearly all the files are fully Public Domain, which means you can legally rehost them, edit them, include them in collections, archive them, hand them out, even sell them. I'm absolutely fine with that, I'm just trying to get the word out there.

Hope you'll find that useful,

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Vinay,

Thank you so much for sharing this information. I've had it downloaded for a while, but only recently have I begun to peruse the content.

I like the "big picture" focus, the discussions, actual incidents, physical recommendations, plans, etc.

You've really focused on the elemental and practical.

It's a very valuable resource for those wishing to mature their awareness and preparation beyond the 100% separation norm.

Two thumbs up, and two big toes, too.
 

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Good work!

Please consider bundling into a .7z file instead of a .tar file. 7-zip is more accessible to MS Windows users.

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