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  • Can you catch plague just by standing next to someone who has it?
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The book Who Survives? contains hundreds of questions (and answers) designed to test your survival savvy, while simultaneously teaching you the skills you may lack.

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In researching these quizzes, I tried to find info from experts who seemed to know what they were talking about, as opposed to the other kind. And I aimed to get multiple confirmations of the facts I’ve included.

Sources I used included Cresson Kearny’s Nuclear Survival Skills, The U.S. Army Survival Manual, The Red Cross, many guides to biological, chemical, natural, and nuclear disasters, many survival and first aid guidebooks, and interviews with experts.

Rick@Survival-Quiz.com

Wake Up and Be a Survivor!

fred-toothpickI 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 has been. » Read More »

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    Flood Survival Quiz

    Test your flood survival savvy with these nine questions.

    Floods are one of the most commonly occurring disasters. Flood waters can affect one neighborhood or an entire region.

    Here Are Some 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 in contact with flood water.
    • Do NOT eat fish caught in the flood water.
    • Do NOT eat any animal which has drowned in the floodwater.

    Flood Quiz Is Designed to Help You Learn the Skills You Need

    Think you have what it takes to survive a flood?

    Test your flood survival savvy. At the end of the Flood Quiz you can compare your score against others.


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    After you’ve tested your flood survival savvy, be sure to share the Flood Quiz with your family and friends. Make sure they are prepared before a disaster hits.

    FEMA: Flood Safety Guidelines says this about driving in floods:

    • Do not drive into flooded areas.
    • If floodwaters rise around your car, abandon the car and move to higher ground if you can do so safely. You and the vehicle can be quickly swept away.
    • Six inches of water will reach the bottom of most passenger cars causing loss of control and possible stalling.
    • A foot of water will float many vehicles.
    • Two feet of rushing water can carry away most vehicles including sport utility vehicles (SUV’s) and pickup trucks.

    Flash Flood Survival Tips:

    Be aware that flash flooding can occur. If there is any possibility of a flash flood, move immediately to higher ground. Do not wait for instructions to move.

    Be aware of streams, drainage channels, canyons, and other areas known to flood suddenly. Flash floods can occur in these areas with or without such typical warnings as rain clouds or heavy rain.

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      Nuclear Disaster Survival?

      Test your survival savvy and learn the skills you may lack.

      You can survive a nuclear disaster if you are prepared before.

      Test your nuclear disaster survival skills with this Nuclear Disaster Survival Quiz.

      Atomic bomb, or radioactive emergency, or nuclear terrorism, survival from radiation disaster may require evacuation. Read the Survival Guide “Evacuate or Shelter-In-Place to learn what it takes to survive.

      Test your survival savvy with the Nuclear Disaster Quiz, share it with your friends, then read the Evacuate or Shelter-in-Place Guide for tips on how to survive atomic war, accident, emergency, or terror act, and the most dangerous of all: radioactive fallout.

      Test Your Skills With the Nuclear Disaster Survival Quiz

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      After the quiz, read this article by Shane Connor to liberate yourself from the deadly myths of nuclear disaster un-survivability.

      “Most people think that if nukes go off, then everybody is going to die, or will wish they had. That’s why you hear such absurd comments as: “If it happens, I hope I’m at ground zero and go quickly.”

      “Most will survive the initial blasts because they won’t be close enough to any “ground zero,” and that is very good news. Unfortunately, few people will be prepared to survive the coming radioactive fallout, which will eventually kill many times more than the blast.”

      “Today, lacking any meaningful Civil Defense program, millions of American families continue to be at risk and could perish needlessly for lack of essential knowledge that used to be taught at the grade school level.”

      Click here for a guide to help you prepare now for nuclear disaster

      Here is a good explanation: Understanding Radioactive Fallout

      Also, here is an interesting article in the Atomic Archive: Thermal Pulse Effects

      CarlosLabs and Google Maps: See what would happen if a nuclear bomb goes off in your city

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        Survive a Terror Attack! Take the Quiz

        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 attacks, man-made earthquakes, PRISM weather manipulation, conspiracies, and more.

        Test your terror attack survival skills with this Terrorism Survival Quiz and share it with the people you care about.

        Survive a Terror Attack!

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        Nuclear, biological, chemical, car bombs, suitcase devices, packages and letters all have potential to be used in a terror attack. Even a disgruntled worker can commit a terror attack.

        Worth Reading: Nuclear Terrorism FAQ

        Wikipedia says, “Terrorism is the systematic use of violent terror as a means of coercion.”

        Under Wiki’s “Definition of Terrorism” (terror attack) there is further comment:

        The definition of terrorism has proved controversial. Various legal systems and government agencies use different definitions of terrorism in their national legislation. Moreover, the international community has been slow to formulate a universally agreed, legally binding definition of this crime. These difficulties arise from the fact that the term “terrorism” is politically and emotionally charged.

        Under Wiki’s “Pejorative use” [of terrorism] is an even more revealing comment:

        The terms “terrorism” and “terrorist” (someone who engages in terrorism) carry strong negative connotations.[44] These terms are often used as political labels, to condemn violence or the threat of violence by certain actors as immoral, indiscriminate, unjustified or to condemn an entire segment of a population.

        “‘One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter.’ This is grossly misleading. It assesses the validity of the cause when terrorism is an act. One can have a perfectly beautiful cause and yet if one commits terrorist acts, it is terrorism regardless.” — Adrian Humphreys

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          Floods Are the Most Common Large Disaster

          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.

          Floods are Dangerous Large Disasters

          Not only are floods destructive large disasters in themselves, they can be accompanied by ferocious winds, fires, or appear quickly out of nowhere as a deadly flash flood.

          Most storm deaths are caused by drowning in floods and being struck by blowing debris. » Read More »

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            Fukushima Radiation Is Worldwide Crisis

            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.

            fukushima radiationWe 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 cyclone.

            It passed Chernobyl some time back in all types of very dangerous radioactive emissions. Japan is fighting for its very life and the radiation has spread — and continues to spread — around the world.

            Links on this page are particularly helpful:

            Secret Documents Prove Global Cover-Up of Continued Fukushima Radiation Pollution

            It is highly recommended that you: » Read More »

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              Basic Survival Skills Summary and Quiz

              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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