The above graph is adapted from Limits to Growth, Revisited. It is not a hard and fast prediction, but rather the product of a model with 40 years of high correspondence with developments. We are, at present, at the top of the growth curves, many of which have already begun to plateau. Slopes of decline do not factor in such worst-case scenarios as widespread urban- or domestic nuclear facilities collapse consequent to economic collapse.

I've added the shading and 'crossover' circle' (coincident with 'peak everything') to indicate my best guess as to the high probablility zone for global, economic collapse, triggering the onset of TEOTWAWKI.

I fear a hard landing... no 'reboot' or 'transition' to a lower functioning economy. I urge high priority preparation now.

I've got a short glossary of terms at the bottom of this page... if you come across an unfamiliar term, please scroll down and check it out.

Information I'm including or pointing to doesn't mean I necessarily agree with it. Rather, I've found it to be stimulating and worthy of consideration. I'm sure you'll exercise your own judgement... we're nothing if not independent! 8)

Monday, March 5, 2012

M.D. Creekmore's 14 Easy Steps for Surviving TEOTWAWKI

How To Survive TEOTWAWKI In 14 Easy Steps
By M.D Creekmore

1) Keep it as simple as possible.

2) Take your time and create a plan.

3) Have realistic expectations.

4) Educate your team, work together.

5) Get a solid understanding of the basics

6) Know when to change strategies.

7) Do a threat analysis.

8) Experiment.

9) Build a good library.

10) Don’t get discouraged.

11) Analyze your skills.

12) Take inventory.

13) Get a check up.

14) Find your own way.

Read M.D. Creekmore's original post on these steps, with commentary here.

1 comment:

  1. see Creekmores archives April/May, my blog on bug out boat


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