posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 01:47 PM
Have a plan.
That is all I can advise people on, and I'm sure has be touted many, many times on ATS. Try to have the best plan possible of what to do just in case
TSHTF. Just like having a plan to get out of your house in case of a fire, etc.
Have a kit or "bug out bag" as some call it, stocked with things you'd need, especially if your plan has to simply getting to the tallest buildings
to ride it out, because you could be stranded for quite a while.
Does it mean you should live in fear? Wellllll......I don't think that is healthy for anyone, but at the same time I do think it's a good idea to be
aware of things (disasters) that can fall in any area you might live in, and try to have a plan for what to do "just in case".
I do realize that in some cases there might not be any warning, except for maybe seeing the ocean tide suddenly receed a LOT further out than it
normally would, and then you're down to minutes, literally.
It's always a good idea to be prepared just in case, but keep in mind that yah, it might be 100 years from now. If it never happens during your life
time, consider yourself very lucky, but don't think being prepared was a waste of time. It's not, especially if something bad DOES happen, then you
were ready and it just might save your's or other's life.