Worst places to Shelter In Place/Bug In. Discuss!

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I'll start it off.
Number 1; the International Space Station (I.S.S.) :eek: No food, no easily accessible water, and nothing to farm/garden... everything has to be sent up from the Earth.

Other than that.. what are places that Humans are living in, that are absolutely terrible for sheltering in place?
 
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I am going to say PNW is looking worse all the time given the state of the nonsense going on here .
Lol, but realistically... there's fresh water springs, a good amount of arable land (just have to own some of it), good amount of forestry for wood products, good amount of minerals in the ground for other things... power supply is one negative though... unlike say,.Death Valley, Mojave Desert, California (to say nothing of the politics:eek: )
Or the Outback in Australia... or the grassy plains of North/South Dakota.. or anywhere above the Arctic Circle
 
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Lol, but realistically... there's fresh water springs, a good amount of arable land (just have to own some of it), good amount of forestry for wood products, good amount of minerals in the ground for other things... power supply is one negative though... unlike say,.Death Valley, Mojave Desert, California (to say nothing of the politics:eek: )
Or the Outback in Australia... or the grassy plains of North/South Dakota.. or anywhere above the Arctic Circle
Having lived in Arizona I could do it again, its not that bad honestly and it has its own beauty , for me its more about the people than the weather. If you are married to a specific set of climatological criteria than you will find it hard to go a lot of places to escape things which you find objectionable.

I am more concerned with my liberty than the weather .
 
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Having lived in Arizona I could do it again, its not that bad honestly and it has its own beauty , for me its more about the people than the weather. If you are married to a specific set of climatological criteria than you will find it hard to go a lot of places to escape things which you find objectionable.

I am more concerned with my liberty than the weather .
Right, the hypothetical shouldn't include politics because that pretty much eliminates 75% of the world just based on politics thats arguably worse than the US:confused:
Add people, and that removes maybe 90% of the world just because there's too many people
 
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Right, the hypothetical shouldn't include politics because that pretty much eliminates 75% of the world just based on politics thats arguably worse than the US:confused:
Add people, and that removes maybe 90% of the world just because there's too many people
See I look at it the reverse , politics are why I mostly need to bug in / or bug out . Most of the messes in the world weren't caused in a vacuum. Unless you are speaking about an act of God such as a hurricane .
 
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See I look at it the reverse , politics are why I mostly need to bug in / or bug out . Most of the messes in the world weren't caused in a vacuum. Unless you are speaking about an act of God such as a hurricane .
Indeed
Politics are gonna result in the end of the world as we know it. What happens after that though?
 
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An Active volcano..

on a more serious note, it makes me wonde rhow bad bugging out in some place my chernoble. I mean the animals are coming back and they dont have 4 heads or anything. Makes ya wonder how bad it really is, or if we miss understand really how bad radiation is.o_O
 
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An Active volcano..

on a more serious note, it makes me wonde rhow bad bugging out in some place my chernoble. I mean the animals are coming back and they dont have 4 heads or anything. Makes ya wonder how bad it really is, or if we miss understand really how bad radiation is.o_O
Its still bad there. Yes animals are back, but they're living far shorter lifespans than is normal, and they dont grow as large as normal, at least to my understanding, from the River Monsters episode relating to the catfish (Wels/Soma) living in the coolant ponds of Chernobyl.
 

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