When a society falls apart, it’s hard to know exactly how it will all fracture and break apart. We can tell a little bit of our course by the challenges we face as a community, a nation, a world of countries. When war is at your door, you can predict what things you won’t have: electricity, water, gas, safety, and so forth. When a natural disaster strikes, you can also bet on the same services falling apart, and, given the length of the disaster, maybe social order too. Some disasters have a local or regional zone and impacted radius. Some are larger in scope and suck in other stable areas like a spiraling vortex.