Can We Survive 2012 by anamaulida


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                <p><strong>Can we survive 2012?</strong></p>
<p>With so much worry about climate change, world wars, and a possible
apocalypse, 2012 has kind of gone under the radar. However, many believe
that all of these things are connected, and that December 21, 2012, will
be the day that everything reaches its peak, leading to a rash of
catastrophic events that will destroy our way of life and possibly lead
to a mass extinction.</p>
<p>For those who are keeping a close eye on 2012, and even for those who
believe that anything that happens won't be because of the date, the
question of survival is a pressing one. Is there any way for people to
prepare for future? Is there anything that they can do to survive the
2012 apocalypse, whether it be caused by a passing planet's (Nibiru,
Eris, or Planet X) gravitational field, climate change incited by man, or
a solar maximum that causes geomagnetic reversal?<br><br>We have seen in
just the past few years that the world is not ready for many natural
catastrophes - Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ike, the Sumatra earthquake
that caused a tsunami, unprecedented flooding and tornadoes, the Tambora
volcano eruption. All of these natural disasters happened one at a time
and were still devastating.</p>

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Here</a></strong><br><br>Panic caused chaos, and chaos led to even more
loss of lives. Imagine what it would be like in 2012 if all of these
things started happening one right after the other … or all at once.
Imagine if our electrical grids turned off.<br><br>How many people in
industrialized countries would be able to survive without someone giving
them temperature control, hot and cold clean water, sewage handling, food
stores? Or if our streets split and bridges collapsed? If buildings
shattered and imploded?<br><br>The vision of an apocalyptic future is a
terrifying one, and one for which this world is not prepared. Even if
people are out of harm's way in the 2012 year, they will feel the
consequences of catastrophe - financial markets will crash, resources
will become scarce, anarchy will become rampant, and wars will break
out.<br><br>No matter whether you are in the middle of the proverbial
storm or not, everyone will be negatively affected by global natural
disasters. And it is clear that survival in 2012 will not be easy … and
it may be impossible for many.<br><br>The government has only a limited
system set up for human survival. There are talks of subterranean and
even undersea operations that can hold vast numbers of people in order to
preserve the species, but not nearly enough to house the world's
population.<br><br>At the very least, the government and the military
will be housed in these places as well as a number of scientists,
physicians, and other caregivers. Those chosen will not be able to bring
along their families - the government will take only the people who are
necessary. However, the average man on the street will likely be left to
their own defenses, limited by their lack of survivalist technology.</p>
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<p><strong>J. Defoe</strong></p>                 <!--INFOLINKS_OFF-->

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