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Surviving 2012

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

With so much concern about climate change, world wars and a possible apocalypse, 2012 has gone unnoticed on our radar. However, many believe that all these things are connected, and that on 21 December 2012 will be the day that everything will come to its peak, resulting in an eruption of cataclysmic events that will destroy our way of life and possibly lead to a mass extinction. For those who are closely following the year 2012, and even for those who believe that whatever happens, not because of the date, the issue of survival is important and urgent. Is there a way for people to prepare for the future? Is there anything I can do to survive the apocalypse of 2012, whether caused by a planet passing (Nibiru, Eris, or Planet X), the gravitational field, climate change induced by man, or a solar maximum causes geomagnetic investment? We have seen, only in recent years, the world is not ready for many natural disasters: Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ike, the earthquake in Sumatra that triggered a tsunami, floods and tornadoes unprecedented eruption of Tambora volcano, the earthquake in Haiti. All these natural disasters that happened was devastating. The panic caused all the chaos and crisis, caused by the loss of many lives. Imagine what would be in 2012 if all these things begin to happen one after the other … or all at once.

Imagine if our power grids are silenced forever. How many people in industrialized countries would be able to survive without someone to give them control of temperature, hot or cold water, drinking water, waste water management, food stores? Or, if our roads and bridges are destroyed? If buildings are imploded and left in ruins? The vision of an apocalyptic future is frightening, beyond this world is not ready. Even if people are safe in 2012, they will feel the consequences of the disaster. Financial markets will crash, resources will become scarce, anarchy will become commonplace, and wars erupt. Whether you are in the center of the storm or not, all will be adversely affected by natural disasters worldwide. It is clear that survival in 2012 will not be easy … And it may be impossible for many. The government has established a system limited only to human survival.

There is even talk of underground and submarine operations, which may contain large numbers of people in order to preserve the species, but not enough to house the world’s population. At least, the government and the military will be in these places, as well as a number of scientists, physicians and other caregivers. The elect can not bring their families, the government will take only individuals as necessary. However, the average man on the street is likely to be limited by your own defenses, the lack of technology for survival. I know this sounds like a fantasy straight out of a movie, but it would be really unwise on our part to take something as important as surviving the 2012 lightly. What can we start doing? Let’s start by informing! For more information visit