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Surviving The Apocalypse.

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posted on Oct, 20 2016 @ 05:52 AM
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a reply to: jrome7812

We are divided by a language barrier down to geography and the fact that 70% of our planet is covered by ocean. Language simply developed differently in various areas, and at different times.

If there is a nuclear apocalypse there may not be many human beings left around to rebuild not to mention the fact that who ever is still alive will have to contend with nuclear winter, contaminated land ,atmosphere, foot stuffs and water supply.

Lets just say it wont be the same garden of Eden we allegedly had to begin with.

If god did not wish us to communicate in the same manner(same language) or build great works of engineering(Tower of Babel) then why allow us to create the internet? Or why even make us all in the same image to begin with(his image)?

Humanity needs to address its own issues and solve its own dilemmas. God is obviously rather busy with the rest of the universe given its infinite size and complexity.




posted on Oct, 21 2016 @ 06:12 PM
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a reply to: NightSkyeB4Dawn

A way you can help young children learn survival skills is through scouting programs with their peers. I was in girl scouts probably from 5 - 11 years old, and I still think back to what I learned about building a fire, keeping warm, how to make things for comfort, so you're not laying in dirt, to this day ( I'm 53). Also family time camping, or day outings to put those skills to work in real life. I'm suprised when I find people my age who don't have a clue how to any of those basic things.



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