We get a little snow storm, or Texas gets a frost, and what should be an interesting novelty becomes a deadly catastrophe.

Buildings are all equipped with modern ammenities and status quo technology, up to zoning code and everything. And it's all terrible. It's terribly unaccommodating, terribly demanding and taxing of us, and it's terrible fragile and nonresilient.

Not only is the overhead cost of survival so high, but with a little planetary snafoos, the systems we have in place fail. We can't handle little snafoos, let alone the big ones that are coming.


Resilience can be designed for. And harmonodes do that.