I remember being astonished when I was a kid to realize that we were living on a billiard ball rolling around in space. I remember being amazed that stuff didn’t crash into us. (Turns out it does.)
We are vulnerable here on earth. Even if people weren’t messing up the planet and the vibes, it’s just a wild old universe and always …
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Test your flood survival savvy with these 9 questions.
Floods are one of the most commonly occurring disasters and can occur anywhere. Dangerous flood waters can affect one neighborhood or an entire region.
Here Are Basic Flood Survival Tips:
Do NOT drink water from wells. ONLY drink water which has been boiled or supplied in bottles. Do NOT eat food which has been …
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Test your survival savvy and learn the skills you may lack.
You can survive a nuclear disaster — if you are prepared.
Atomic bomb, or radioactive emergency, or nuclear terrorism, survival from radiation disaster may require evacuation.
Test your survival savvy with the Nuclear Disaster Quiz, share it with your friends, then read Evacuate or Shelter-in-Place Guide …
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Are you ready or will you panic?
There are several widely different types of potential terror attacks. Each terror attack can affect you and your environment very differently.
In the news have been anthrax mailings, biological and chemical emergencies, bombs of all sorts, terror acts by angry people, vandalism and fires, and rumors of pandemic. There are also cyber …
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Watch out for drownings and flying debris.
Floods and severe storms account for more than half of all large disasters in all parts of the US.
(According to Presidential Declarations, the next most common are fires and tornadoes.)
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The map shows large disasters such as severe storms, tornadoes, flooding, fires, and mudslides. Also, ice jams in Alaska.
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Nuclear disaster is out of control and under news blackout.
At Survival-Quiz.com, we try to stay on top of world disaster news. Hard to believe but true, the Fukushima radiation is a worldwide crisis.
We are being lied to about Fukushima radiation spewing for the past years, and the horrible disaster that awaits us at the next big earthquake, tsunami, or …
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Every living being has basic survival instincts.
We learn basic survival skills to help us when a situation warrants it. Below are some of the basic survival skills followed by links for basic survival.
1 – First Things First – Most important: Don’t panic.
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There is a lot of radiation coming your direction from the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Twelve years into the millennium and here comes a nuclear mega-disaster that may challenge our survival from the Fukushima nuclear disaster reactor meltdowns and “waste” radioactive fuel that is on the verge of burning into the air.
Hard to believe, but a news blackout against the Fukushima nuclear disaster …
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Mega disaster survival is a new challenge. Very large disasters are a reality.
I began this article with a short list of possible mega disasters or very large disasters. The short list soon grew into a long list.
Mind that I’m only listing the truly big ones… the very large disasters, the mega disasters. Not included are the standard disasters that we read …
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Here comes Fukushima. And it’s coming to your food, air, and water.
First radiation pass. (Chernobyl had at least seven.)
As we now know, three nuclear reactors melted down in the first few days at Fukushima, a large amount of radioactive fuel burnt into the air, millions of tons of radioactive water poured into the ocean, and more.
It continues to …
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Quizzes and Guides for the End of the World as We Know It
Can you catch plague just by standing next to someone who has it? How many inches of concrete do you need between you and radioactive fallout? How do you survive a hurricane, …
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In just a few weeks, the upper Missouri River basin has received almost an average year`s worth of rainfall.
Even worse, the forecast snow melt runoff is more than double the normal across the upper portion of the river system and in some places it is seven times normal.
These conditions have resulted in regional reservoirs …
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Disasters are combining into a probable catastrophe in the central US. The Missouri River is above 100-year flood stage, several major dams are likely to fail, and a nuclear power plant cited for a lack of flood preparedness is in danger.
The Fort Peck Dam in Montana is built with a flawed design since hydraulic-filled dams …
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