dragonflyannie wrote:If there was ever a serious national threat (i.e. ~ nuclear), does anybody think the Black Rock Desert would be a good place to go? We already know how to survive out there for a week. Do any of you think we could pull it off for longer if necessary? I know this isn't the brightest and happiest subject on the eplaya, but I've often wondered about this.
Best bet is to find the nearest hills, preferably some with wildlife and running water. Find caves, stay out of sight, take E until the bad people go away.
dragonflyannie wrote: and might i ask (with the risk of sound naive, but on a need to know basis) who exactly would be landing there?
PJ wrote:Clue: Should the apocalypse come (nuclear or otherwise) the best choice for a new habitat won't be a place that's uninhabitable by humans.
Go and live as best you can in a place where stuff can be grown and hunted and gathered. It will rain a lot there. It will have distinct seasons.
Taniwha wrote:...should nuclear winter kick in the shores of the new black rock lake might be a perfect place to eeek out our post apocalypse existance ... I have dibs on Double Hot ....
PJ wrote:Life will be primitive, nasty, brutal, and short. Most of you will die in the first two years from starvation, disease, and predation.
Kinetic wrote:...Kinetic...On Special Assignment in: CO, UT, AZ, NV, CA and testing some very cool experimental telco stuff!
PJ wrote:Kinetic wrote:...Kinetic...On Special Assignment in: CO, UT, AZ, NV, CA and testing some very cool experimental telco stuff!
You're not that annoying "Can you hear me now?" guy in all those commercials are you?
Anonymous wrote:No, I'm not installing cell towers. That job is already taken and it doesn't pay worth a damn.
If this works for certain groups they won't need cell towers. Satellites are another story as we use them for both communication and GPS. And the only other things I can say are think very small and ultralight, especially with the power source.
Kinetic wrote:...I asked the admins to pull the Kinetic account. It was time for a serious change and my departure from the e-playa should be a non event...the Kinetic account is no more. Goodbye and goodluck to all!
Seems like an odd action for an applicant for a B.Man Regional rep. to take. I would think the interviewers would be looking for accessibility, consistent recognizability, and copious communications.