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Yowbarb - SURVIVING the CHANGES => Surviving on the Move => Topic started by: Ed Douglas on November 22, 2010, 10:04:10 AM

Title: Human migration
Post by: Ed Douglas on November 22, 2010, 10:04:10 AM
I would hope it doesn't come to this point, but, it won't matter who owns high ground if water starts rising. People will migrate to high ground for survival. Ownership could become moot. We all know, that there will be many, that won't migrate from their present home. Do not be one of these people. Become a nomad, as we all might have to, to survive. Survival is the main thing, nothing matters more.  You should preplan a migration path, if this becomes the case. Always be prepared to improvise.  ed
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: noproblemo2 on November 22, 2010, 10:26:00 AM
Very wise Ed, same as one would plan for a tornado, earthquake etc...... ALWAYS have a plan in mind and be sure your family is aware of it.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: augonit on December 22, 2010, 10:10:16 AM
I think people will leave cities like crazy.  Cities will be horrible places to live during these upcoming troubled times. 
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Ed Douglas on December 22, 2010, 12:30:34 PM
Augie, they will probably be slaughter houses. Survival of the fittest.  ed
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: augonit on January 14, 2011, 09:31:30 AM
I've been seriously thinking of getting deep in the woods.  Are you allowed to build a cabin in a national forest?  I thought in the aftertime, if things got too rough here, I'd head to the woods.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Ed Douglas on January 14, 2011, 02:19:25 PM
Augie, I was wondering the same thing. But, if things go bad, who will stop us? They will be trying to survive, also.  ed
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: augonit on January 14, 2011, 03:21:40 PM
Great minds think alike!  I never thought of it in terms of they will be trying to survive too, I was thinking in more of the government forcing their way into wherever you are and taking over.  I'm worried about it no matter where I am.  I'm afraid the government will use their force and might to suddenly decide they want your land.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Ed Douglas on January 15, 2011, 07:44:59 AM
State and National parks are very large. Augie, I'd be willing to bet that a person could get "lost" and very difficult to find, if they went into certain areas.   ed
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Steve_T on January 15, 2011, 07:56:20 AM
If I lived close enough to a nice size forested area I'd be starting very very soon to dig a place under ground, stock the heck out of it and then hide it perfectly. The hardest part would be bringing in the supplies and building materials. You'd have to do it after dark (best scenario) and most likely you'd have to carry it all in on your back. If you have one or two people you trust it would make it all alot easier. 

Just my .02.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Ed Douglas on January 15, 2011, 08:03:56 AM
I like the way you think. Darkness hides many things.  ed
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Ed Douglas on January 15, 2011, 09:03:46 AM
An ATV could become very useful for certain projects.   ed
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: augonit on January 15, 2011, 03:02:59 PM
Good idea Steve.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: errrv on July 19, 2011, 10:39:29 PM
Well fellas, what park are we squatting in? I wanna come too.
Erv
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: enlightenme on July 20, 2011, 06:51:41 AM
Geez, you guys are great for ideas,  I was thinkin along the same lines, but thought it sounded a bit too crazy...well, anyway.....Now it's sounding like a pretty good idea, because I'm really thinking I may be a little too close to the coast and my elevation is not as good as I'd like either.  Anybody wanna come help dig this weekend?
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Jimfarmer on July 20, 2011, 08:31:19 AM
"Well fellas, what park are we squatting in? I wanna come too."

My ideas:

1)  Custer National Forest in SE Montana and NW South Dakota.
At one time, at least, it was possible to lease cabin space there.

2)  Manti-La Sal National forest in Utah
Very isolated.  Unique geology.  Eight lakes.

3)  Dinausor National Monument in Colorado and Utah.
But stay away from the Green River because the Flaming Gorge Dam upstream will break.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: errrv on July 20, 2011, 08:52:09 AM
Thanks Jim! I was being a bit Humorous... But I'm looking towards four corners now as an alternate!
Erv
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Lori on July 20, 2011, 09:31:58 AM
Errv one of my favorite areas is Red River NM.  Its absolutely beautiful.  And the altitude is quite high.  The only issue umh with NM is the umh the Super Volcano, Valles Caldera. 

I think it may be linked to the Yellowstone Volcano and then linked to the Super volcano in Long Valley California .  They are almost in direct line of sight of each other. 

If one blows the other two may eventually go as well. :o :-X


http://www.redriver.org/
http://seethesouthwest.com/2402/valles-caldera-new-mexicos-supervolcano/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Valley_Caldera

Good Luck.

.


Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Jimfarmer on July 20, 2011, 09:57:31 AM
Thanks Jim! I was being a bit Humorous... But I'm looking towards four corners now as an alternate!
Erv

Manati-La Sal  is not far from the four corners.  Better climate and soil there.  More isolated.  Cold winters now;  should be pleasant after the pole shift.  If the inland sea comes up from the South or down from the North,  the La Sal mountains will be islands.   No earthquake history -- see http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=1757.msg37182#msg37182 (http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=1757.msg37182#msg37182) and the preceding message.    I am preparing more details about that location to submit in a few days.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: errrv on July 20, 2011, 03:14:07 PM
Cool, Thanks Jim!

Lori, where is that volcano close to?
Erv
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: Lori on July 20, 2011, 03:41:55 PM
Jemez Mountain Range NE NM
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: vBreezo on August 26, 2011, 06:13:13 PM
As someone who has lived in the high desert of So California (Mojave) for a number of years and currently living in a remote wooded area of N C, I am of the opinion that survival in the wilderness would be possible only for a few weeks unless you have a lot of experience and knowledge of that life-style.

Excavating a secret hiding place in a National Forest sounds exciting but I think it might get crowded very quickly.  I have done a lot of camping in national and state parks but no longer go there because of the way people behave in natural settings.

I have 240+ acres of wilderness here in NC and might be willing to make some of it available to those who know how to handle themselves in this setting.  It requires some sacrifice and much working together. I also have a friend who has 8 acres in So. TN who is interested in starting an "intentional community" for those who are willing and able to work together for a common goal.

vBreezo
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: augonit on August 26, 2011, 06:15:40 PM
Sounds like a good idea, and quite practical.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: noproblemo2 on August 26, 2011, 06:30:40 PM
A VERY generous offer vBreezo .....
As someone who has lived in the high desert of So California (Mojave) for a number of years and currently living in a remote wooded area of N C, I am of the opinion that survival in the wilderness would be possible only for a few weeks unless you have a lot of experience and knowledge of that life-style.

Excavating a secret hiding place in a National Forest sounds exciting but I think it might get crowded very quickly.  I have done a lot of camping in national and state parks but no longer go there because of the way people behave in natural settings.

I have 240+ acres of wilderness here in NC and might be willing to make some of it available to those who know how to handle themselves in this setting.  It requires some sacrifice and much working together. I also have a friend who has 8 acres in So. TN who is interested in starting an "intentional community" for those who are willing and able to work together for a common goal.

vBreezo
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: terrypat on September 09, 2011, 10:31:12 AM
Obama in Denver on September 27th 2011: DUMB For Elenin?
Is there another reason for Barack Obama's September 27th visit to Denver, Colorado as outlined in the CBS Denver story? It is well known within conspiracy theory circles that Denver Airport is the home to a large DUMB, Deep Underground Military Base. It is also well know that Comet Elenin, disintegrated or not, will come directly in between the Earth and the Sun between the 26th and 28th of September. Will the purpose behind Denver Airports DUMB .beforeitsnews.com

Well isn't this odd? There are just to many odd facts and what the government is doing around Elenin dates.
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: errrv on September 09, 2011, 10:42:05 AM
I'm surprised they even announced it!
Erv
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: terrypat on September 09, 2011, 11:04:17 AM
It makes me think, who else will be in Denver come ELE time. I've been searching the royal watch tabloids & no mention of overseas travel. Maybe they will be off planet by then. The latest dirt I've found is that QEII is installing a new powerplant at Buckingham Palace. No trips to Denver for "her majesty" bless her pointed little head  :-*
Title: Re: Human migration
Post by: terrypat on September 09, 2011, 11:08:52 AM
Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe the Bush clan is in Paraguay with there new cattle ranch.