I compiled a crisis guide in my mother language so I get it quickly translated with a translation tool and paste it here.
With all of the points below in mind, communicate, and make a plan with
loved ones so no ambiguity exists in the event of a crisis.
Map out where your nearest shelters are located.
As public shelters will be shared by many, is a huge social experiment in itself
and that there is a time aspect, it is very beneficial to have its own
shelters / fallout bunker underground for immediate protection. A basement, e.g.
the housing (disadvantage: visibility), as deep as possible, preferably of concrete, and
Amount of material to reduce radiation penetration to a much more tolerable
1/1000: 1. Steel 21 cm 66 cm concrete 2. 3. 4. stone 70-100 cm soil 1 m 5. ice 2m 6. wood
2.6 m snow 7. 6 m
Store where the following supplies for home preparedness (and bags mentioned
* Lamp and fuel, e.g. kerosene or lamp oil
* Additional elements or heater such as run on kerosene
* Sleeping bags, blankets, and warm clothing (+ human body heat is among the
effective ways to keep warm)
* Waterproof matches
* Stearic and tealight
* Flashlight with crank, solar cells and extra batteries
* At least 1,000 liters of water per person
* Water carriers to draw water in
* Water filtration system
* At least 750,000 calories per person dry food / canned goods / food capable room temp.
(Eg oils, nuts, rice, pasta, bulgur, chocolate, honey, milk powder, dried fruit
and vegetables etc.). Prioritize food with high calorie and nutritional value.
* Family medicine chest with the most important
* Radio crank and solar cells
* Crank charger and solar battery to the mobile
* Fuel and / or battery-powered electric generator
* Hygiene operating without water, e.g. washcloths
* Camping stoves and fuel, e.g. ethanol for gas stoves
* Precious metals and gems
* Gas masks (the contaminated air, such as particles, nerve gas, etc.)
* Pulp green plants for oxygen production
* Tools of all kinds
* Paper List of important phone numbers of relatives, neighbors, municipality,
emergency services, electricity supplier services.
For additional security / security / guarantee / probability of survival is
is advantageous to prepare one to shelters in isolated places, far away from
places of strategic importance, such as the mountains / hills and forests far from
the places where there are military bases. Regarding other countries are places in the South
Hemisphere generally safer, as well as places with very mountains, islands, little
natural resources, remoteness, political neutrality, relatively strong army alt. weak army and
no nuclear weapons, etc. good choice. For example. Switzerland, Iceland, Greenland, New Zealand, Perth
(Australia), Tuvalu, French Polynesia, Bhutan, Chile, Malta, Ireland, Fiji.
Dangerous become places with high strategic, military, political, psychological,
infrastructure, logistical value. In general probability order: airfield and
naval bases, particularly like that have nuclear weapons (bombs atom and hydrogen bombs), submarines
ballistic missile silos with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).
Commercial ports and runways over 3,000 meters.
Government Buildings. Cities and towns with a lot of industry and population.
Military bases and equipment, power plants, water supply, telecommunications and so on.
Always keep a pack ready per person with the necessary objects so you can get out
directly according to your crisis plan if necessary.
Buy preparedness goods from AMTV Store.
Recommended items in packaging:
* Discrete / camouflage backpack x1
* Water Tablets x1
* Water pouches x12
* 2400 calories emergency cakes x2
* First aid kit x1
* First aid manual x1
* Required medications x1
* Antiseptic wipes x1
* 30 hour candle x1
* X1 light stick
* Flashlight with crank and photovoltaic x1
* X1 Whistle
* Waterproof matches x2
* Magnesium Block with striker x1
* Emergencies Poncho x1
* Emergencies Sleeping bag x1
* Compact tents, e.g. tube tent x1
* Thermal vest / bodywarmer x3
* Heat-tech Underwear x1
* Respirator / gas mask x1
* Collapsible shovel x1
* Silver Tape x1
* Paracord X1
* Emergency stove X1
* Swiss Army Knife x1
* Fishline x1
* Fish Hooks x10
* Bait trap fish nets x1
* Steel cup x1
* Tarpaulin x1
* Cutlery kit x1
* Waste bag x1
* Gloves x1
* Pencil x2
* Notebook x1
* Crank charger and solar battery to the mobile x1
* Radio crank and photovoltaic x1
* Map x1
* Compass x1
* Cash x1
* Precious metals and gems x1
* Phonebook with important numbers x1
Generally, events in the event of war, going from indirect / discreet to directly:
1. Preparatory sabotage actions such as power failure and poisoning of water
2. Submarine Activity
3. Air Force
5. A landing and invasion of ground troops
If the war alarm sounds, attract other people's attention and turn on radio and TV.
When you hear the signal, you should seek shelter indoors, close doors,
windows and vents. Listen to the radio, mainly local radio.
Consider escape from the aforementioned high-risk areas.
If nuclear attack seems imminent, you should, if ample time is immediately flee
from the aforementioned high-risk areas.
Otherwise, immediately to the shelters. Staying as far down as possible. (If you are out
and do not have time to go indoors: lie face down in a so immersed part
possible and bury you as quickly as possible and expose as little skin as
possible). It takes about 10-15 seconds for the heat wave to reach 5 kilometers, and after
20-30 seconds, a blast. Look absolutely not against the blinding
fireball. Once in a shelter and a nuclear weapon exploded (probably hydrogen bomb,
constitute the majority of the nuclear arsenals), leave absolutely no shelter for
at least 48 hours. Fallout contaminates everything it touches. Stay in the shelter for at least
8-9 days, preferably longer, the most deadly fission is radioactive ion whose
half life safer isotopes is 8 days. Even after this time occurs
highly radioactive ion so limit your exposure. It can take up to 90 days
until the levels reach a more tolerable 0.1% / one thousandth of the initial. Other
fission products are cesium and strontium, which have half-lives of 30 years. The
well absorbed in living things and make food a health hazard for decades. flying with
wind thousands of kilometers.
Three types of radioactive particles: * Alpha particles: flying just a few inches before
they are absorbed by the atmosphere but are lethal inhalation / ingestion. Ordinary clothes
protect. * Beta particles: fly 10 meters and cause burns for longer
exposure, particularly harmful to the eyes. Adverse inhalation / ingestion.
Ordinary clothing protects. * Gamma rays: most lethal, flying 2 kilometers away and penetrate
most protection. Seriously damages internal organs. High protection is required (see
radiation reduction on page 1).
Check examples at Google Nuke Map how radioactive contamination would spread unpredictably by wind.
Types of weapons to look out for:
- Biological (inhalation / contact with skin / ingestion of bacteria, viruses, parasites,
protozoa, fungi, etc.)
- Chemical (inhalation / contact with skin / ingestion of gas / toxins such as nerve agents,
blowing agents, blood agents, choking agents)
- Core (three types: fission (atomic bombs), fusion (hydrogen bomb), and radiological weapons
( "Dirt bombs", ammunition and explosives with radioactive waste), short
or delayed death by radioactive exposure, radiation sickness, cancer, genetic damage)
- Conventional (guns, flame throwers, explosives, warheads (missiles,
torpedoes), swing bombs, incendiary / napalm, hand grenades (fragmentation grenade,
explosive projectile, grenade fire, stun grenade (pressure, sound, light), smoke grenade), mines,
grenade launchers, artillery, knives, batons, electric shock guns, BB guns, bows /
crossbow, sword, ax, club, etc.)
- Space (MW carbon dioxide laser, kinetic bombardment/"Rods from God")
- Tectonic (artificially caused earthquakes, volcanoes)
- Weather (cloud seeding / artificially produced cloud and precipitation)
- Cyber (conventional espionage, malware, spyware)
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When all else fails, seek a cave in the wilderness, or so good shelter / protection
as possible from the weather. Priority number one for survival in the wild is to
secure uniform, normal body temperature. Then fire (particularly cold climate)
then fresh water, then given food. To survive 3-7 days without water and generally
20-40 days without food (depending on the constitution, climate conditions and
willpower). First, use the carbohydrates in the body, then fat, then proteins
which is the body's own tissue.
With knowledge, common sense and a high awareness and attention to your
immediate surroundings you far in your survival.