posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 05:35 PM
I agree completely -- to a point. If one is spending their entire life savings prepping, and every waking hour is devoted to planning for the end of
it all, they are missing out on life in my opinion.
People always talk about the Carrington event, 6.0 earthquakes, and things that have been happening all along. We hear about how we just know more
now, more people are paying attention, tracking, measuring, analyzing, etc.
The point that people tend to miss in my opinion is that a 6.0 that hit in the 1800's will have a much different result than the same 6.0 that struck
today. We have more people,. more buildings, shoddy, aging infrastructure, etc.
People should be prepared to take care of themselves and their family in the event of any natural disaster, which could realistically happen tomorrow,
next month, or hopefully 50 years from now.
Personally, I will never be in a position where I am not at least prepared for a thirty day period without having to rely on modern day conveniences.