What do chickens, goats and fish have in common? They’re all ideal animals to raise in the case of the world ending. Preparing for doomsday takes a lot more than a pantry full of canned goods and water bottles. Those who plan to survive in a post-apocalyptic world should prepare sustainable resources such as livestock. In this infographic, take a look at prepping for doomsday and what you should know for the end of the world.
Some Doomsday preppers spend extraordinary amounts of money preparing for the end of the world. If the world does not come to an end, all the money people are spending on the preparations for such a disaster could lead to a lot of debt and potential bankruptcies. The following infographic takes a look at “the doomsday that never comes.”
Disaster has a tendency to strike when we least expect it. A natural (or man made) disaster rarely gives you a warning before turning everything you know and love upside down, leaving you with very little to protect you against its elements. That’s why it pays to take a page out of the Macgyver manual of survival and learn these handy tricks that will help you make the best out of the even the worst of situations.
Despite NASA’s attempt to debunk the theory, Doomsday believers abound. Opinion polls suggest that one in ten Americans worry about whether they will survive past December 21 this year, and school teachers have reported that many of their students are fearful of a coming apocalypse. Should you want to prepare your own survival kit, Alibaba.com has identified a few essential, and non-essential items in case of emergency and the continuation of the next millennia.
Meet The Preppers: they stock weapons and ammo, build bunkers, get survival training, store food, water and fuel, they don’t mind being the cause of surprise or laughter of others because, when the time comes, they will laugh at us. Learn more in the following infographic from Groger Gutierrez.
From zombies to financial fallout, doomsday can come in many forms. With the recent surge in popularity of doomsday prepping TV shows, and websites, it is important to be ready when the time comes. This infographic from VanLines.com provides some basic guidelines to go by when the time comes to bug out. From fire arms to food storage, don’t be the one who isn’t ready!
Let’s face facts – you never know when disaster might strike. It might come in the form of a hurricane, flood, earthquake, fire or a myriad of other occurrences. The key question is, “do you what you would do if your life were suddenly in your own hands?” How can WD-40, the name synonymous with lubricants, play a role?