18 Quizzes and 8 Guides
For classrooms, meetings, travel...
Fun with a serious edge.

  • 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?

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

Survive a Terror Attack!

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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