posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 03:19 PM
The truth is as much we , some of us would like, there isn't goings to be such an event in our life times. Society will never fall jst lek that ,
over night. There are 2 categories of scenarios. Only in one of them this topic would prove usefull. The first sceario is society just decides one day
to go rampage on everything and everyone. Like a global civil war..a war on anything and anyone we hate. But in this scenario there will be no problem
for society to continue to exist because , as someone stated, it's easyer to have specialised tons of people and a few smart leaders. For everyone to
know everything related to survival is just a patch that noone will pick. When it comes to survival noone wil start to make a check list..hm i know to
do this and this and 100 things. ..so, next logical step is to learn all the things i don't know..right, will only take like a year or so..but wait,
i'll die in the mean time. No. Like i said people will see that there is no need and no time to learn everything, insted they will flock togheter and
pick a leader, and return to the job they know how to do, and by doing so the production of key elemental suplyes will be sustained.
The second scenario is that we get strucked by a meteor, or by the 20-25 thousand total active nukes parked in the backyard of various nations. Then,
when 90+ % of the world population has disapeard, people will have to learn to do everything on theyr own. But this will mean that we wil revert to
farmers/crafters. Those that aren't smart enough but to glow a few plants will take to the hills and build, oh wait 90+ of everyone is dead, so they
will just ocupy the empty.maybe some stincking bodyes, houses. The somewhat smarter people will stay in the cities and make searching for food stocks
they life long purpose. Food stocks weighting in at who knows how many 10 of thousand of tons of canned products.
PS: english is not my first language, nor did i learn it in school. more like cartoonnetwork at age 6 So ignore my mistakes.