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In Case of Survival is dedicated to all the seemingly trivial aspects of post-apocalyptic living. From the best way to build a survival shelter to which shoes to wear, we have the information wrapped up with a healthy dose of dark humour.
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The Post-Apocalypse Survival Journal is a blog written by a true survivalist. The blog is updated regularly with guides, tips and resources to help you survive when the apocalypse hits. As the boy-scout motto goes: “Always be prepared”.
We believe in planning for the worst while hoping for the best. If you are prepared for a total societal collapse, then you are surely prepared for anything that falls short of it. Our purpose here is to provide information to individuals and families so they may make preparations to provide for their safety in any disaster situation.
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The Girls Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse is a group blog of female writers and artists sharing their assorted wisdom on how best to approach the end of the world. Mixing cocktails, an armaggedon playlist and articles and art on everything from what shoes are best in a zombie attack to digging for when the canned goods run out.
The Knowledge is a new book by science-writer Lewis Dartnell (www.lewisdartnell.com). Using a post-apocalyptic scenario as the starting point for a thought experiment, the book discusses what would be the crucial science and technology to avert another Dark Ages and help society recover from scratch as rapidly as possible: a guide for rebooting civilization itself. Explore the website for further detail and join the conversation on the book’s Discussion page – what information do YOU think would be the most crucial to preserve…?