Several things can happen that may make your life more likely to be in a SHTF scenario. Major earthquakes, Pandemics, and Economic collapse are among them, but there are also local events that could make your life difficult. A lack of preparation can increase your chances of not surviving. Listed below are a few possible scenarios. Read through each of them and see what you should do to be ready. Hopefully, you’ll have an idea of what to do and when to do it.
If you have ever played the simulation game Pandemic, you know that it is very exciting. In this game, you race against the clock to find the cure for the virulent disease before it decimates the human race. It is a fun way to stay active and stimulate your brain while avoiding the dreaded effects of a real-life pandemic, which leads to horrific suffering, a staggering death toll, and economic devastation.
The Austrian School of Economics believes that over-regulation and government intervention are key elements in the emergence of a collapse. Their theoretical research has focused on the problems arising from socialist forms of economic organization and the effects on economic growth of state-control. As such, it is highly likely that the current economic boom is ending. In order to avoid economic collapse, governments must curb their over-regulation and government intervention, if any. Fortunately, there are many economic theories that show that the present economy is headed towards a collapse.
A weather forecast gives you a rough idea of the severity of any given storm. There are five categories of severe weather risk. Level one is the lowest risk, while level two is the most common risk. As the risk level increases, so does the risk of severe weather occurring in your area. On the risk scale, a lower risk is a severe thunderstorm with wind speeds of over 58 mph and hail one inch in diameter. On the other hand, a higher risk means a widespread outbreak of violent tornadoes.
How likely is SHTF for natural disasters? While most natural disasters are likely to strike your area, there is no way to know for sure when it will happen. There are many risks that are associated with them, and it is important to be prepared. If you live in a coastal city, for example, you may need to be prepared to evacuate your home if a hurricane is headed your way. Hurricanes can cause major damage to property and cause power outages.
Planning for long-term survival
A short introduction to bug-out planning and SHTF is contained in an article published in Issue 1 of Survival Magazine. The article is written to serve as an introduction for those just starting to prep, or as a refresher for experienced peppers. Here are the basic steps for bugging out in case of an emergency. But, be sure to read the full article if you’re already a long-term prepper.