Monday, November 7, 2011

Zombie Apocalypse update

ahhh, another day looking for unvarnished truth on the thin veneer called civilization...

When the zombies take over, how long till the electricity fails?

Here we have a very topical subject written in an entertaining fashion that provides a lot of very useful information about how we all get our power that runs our stuff....

The Best:
1. Hydroelectric power....water/rain is potential unlimited source and fewer moving parts...and Zombies don't swim and can't catch fish....
2. Nuclear...if just re-fuelled up to a couple of years....beware of zombie/meltdown
3. Mine-Mouth type coal plants...keep the zombies out of the mines....

If you are an off-grid person you may experience feelings of superiority as you read this...

what is a CME?
what is EMP?

The latest on the Big emergency test that has gone from 3 minuets to 30 seconds...2:00 EST, Wednesday, November 9, 2011

From FEMA's website:
  • An Emergency Action Notification (EAN) live-code will be used for the Test.
  • The test will last approximately 30 seconds.
  • The Washington D.C. FIPS code will be used for the Test.
  • An End of Message (EOM) will be used to close the EAN an Emergency Action Termination (EAT) will NOT be used.
  • The Test will NOT use a CAP message nor evaluate CAP compliance.
  • If you do not have a PEP source, you may be able to monitor your local National Public Radio member station (contact NPR Headquarters).
  • An EAT will not be used during the Test. An End of Message (EOM) will be sent to return the station to regular programming.
See video:

EAT ? I wish they wouldn't use that acronym with all this zombie talk ............

Asteroid 2005 YU55 comes close to EARTH at 6:PM EST TOMORROW (8th) and Close to the Moon 8 hours later at 2:PM ESTon the 9th...Hmmmmm

4 days until 11:11:11


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