Preparing for the Inevitable
By Dan Eden
If we forget about the Mayan calendar and ominous galactic alignments, the world’s changing climate and tectonic unrest is capable of “ending the world” for some of us — at least locally. The experts tell us this will be an increasing danger from now on. It’s the “new” weather.
Earthquakes, floods, fires, radiation, tsunamis, volcanoes, war, electrical and economic collapse — any one of these likely scenarios could result in real threats to your existence if you are not prepared.
Disaster happens somewhere in the world every day. We usually don’t worry about it if it’s far away. But it will happen to you and I, sooner or later.
If you were suddenly given fifteen minutes to gather your belongings and leave your home, would you be prepared? What would you bring? And what if the electrical power was down for many weeks… Could you and your family survive the ordeal?
I’ve gathered some good information about planning for today’s dangers. A pdf file can be downloaded on each page.
Misconceptions about December 21, 2012
I get lots of e-mails asking what will happen on December 21, 2012, the so-called “end of the world” day. As we get ever closer to that day, it’s getting clearer that the only problems facing the world are those that we have made ourselves. We are a species that doesn’t seem to get along with itself. We’ve become too self-centered and short sighted. Our reliance on non-renewable and dangerous energy is our Achilles heel.