Urban Survival: When the Cities Fall Apart, These Strategies Will Keep You Alive   4 comments

Although the recent primary focus on the blog has been on Daermad Cycle with the publication Mirklin Wood, you shouldn’t forget that I have another series – Transformation Project. You can find book 1 – Life As We Knew It on Amazon.

An apocalyptic series requires a fair bit of research and this is one article that caught my attention.

 

 

Collectively speaking, there are many of us who have been preparing for emergencies and have read our fair share of prepper fiction and watched enough apocalyptic thrillers to know that the higher the population density, the more dangerous it can be in a disaster. As well, when resources like food and fuel have to be transported from outside the city limits, then your survivability rate lessens. So what about those who have to live in the city? Should they just stop prepping all together? Would they stand a fighting chance at surviving?

Source: Urban Survival: When the Cities Fall Apart, These Strategies Will Keep You Alive

4 responses to “Urban Survival: When the Cities Fall Apart, These Strategies Will Keep You Alive

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  1. that was a great article! Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. I am working on a post on the vulnerability of North America to an EMP strike. This was great to read.

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