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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #165 on: May 09, 2017, 03:08:39 PM »
Imagine what it will be like here when the power goes out ..

Thousands Flee Chicago For Safer Areas Of The Country As America’s Third Largest City Becomes A Gang-Infested Wasteland

In 2016, the number of murders in the city jumped nearly 60 percent to over 760, more than New York and Los Angeles combined. There were more than 4,300 shooting victims in the city last year, according to police.

One particularly stunning figure: net domestic migration, with an estimated 89,000 more people moving from the Chicago area to other portions of the country in the past year than those who moved in.

t is only a matter of time before widespread rioting, looting and civil unrest becomes commonplace in major cities all over the country.  With Donald Trump in the White House, the deep frustration that has been simmering in our inner cities is now reaching a boiling point.  It certainly isn’t going to take much of a spark to set off a tremendous explosion.

In anticipation of what is coming, large numbers of Americans have already been relocating to less populated portions of the country.  And the good news is that there are lots of areas to pick from.  According to Survival Dan, about half of the U.S. population lives in just 146 counties…

    Recent U.S. census data indicates that out of the 3000 counties in the United States, fully 50% of the population lives in just 146. If you want to have any chance of surviving a widespread catastrophic event by avoiding the hordes that will be searching for critical resources in its aftermath, then check out the following map to get a visual reference of the areas you want to stay away from.

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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #166 on: July 08, 2017, 11:22:04 AM »
Here is a remote and isolated spot to ride out the poleshift:
See that small loop in the continental divide in south central Wyoming?

Around the Yampa river; maybe Jones Hole at lat. 40.54, lon. 109.06. (elev. 5036 ft)

See Deerlodge Park in Dinosaur, CO.
 Mailing Address:
 4545 Hwy 40
 Dinosaur, CO 81610
 Phone:
 (435) 781-7700

Maybe around the town of Hayden, Colorado.
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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #167 on: July 08, 2017, 06:44:41 PM »
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Around the Yampa river; maybe Jones Hole at lat. 40.54, lon. 109.06. (elev. 5036 ft)

Oops, my mistake.  Jones Hole is on the Green River.  Dangerous location during the pole shift because the Flaming Gorge dam, which is upstream of Jones Hole, will (most likely) burst and send a huge wall of water down the river.

Now, the Yampa river is safer upstream of its' confluence with the Green River, which occurs a short distance down the Green River from Jones Hole.

Also,  Maybell, Colorado, is on the Yampa River upstream of the confluence with the Green River.  The towns of Craig and then Hayden are further up the Yampa.

Elevation of Maybell is 5900 ft.
Elevation of Deerlodge Park is 5600 ft.

Deerlodge Park is between Maybell and the confluence of Yampa and Green rivers.

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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #168 on: July 08, 2017, 10:07:34 PM »
Looking upstream of the Flaming Gorge dam on the Green River, into Wyoming, I don't see any green spots for a survivalist farm.  Not enough rain, and irrigation requires pumps, perhaps.
[ATTACHMENT Owls Nest place on Green River Wyoming USA]

There are two small towns around there on I-80:
Green River
James Town

The Black's Fork river valley looks more promising from a distance.
The town of Granger is there, but I don't see any lawns.
[ATTACHMENT Blacks Fork River Wyoming USA]

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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #169 on: July 09, 2017, 03:38:08 AM »
They may have found the ultimate “survival location” ….

LIFE OFF The Grid Meets the Atchleys… the world’s most remote family who live hundreds of miles from civilisation with only hungry bears for company

For the Atchley family, normal life is just a distant memory after 18 years living off the grid in remote Alaska
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/3974780/meet-the-atchleys-the-worlds-most-remote-family-who-live-hundreds-of-miles-from-civilisation-with-only-hungry-bears-for-company/

FOR many of us, the dream of living a peaceful, self-sufficient life away from it all will always be just that: a dream.

David, Romey, and their 13-year-old son, Sky, are the only people living on their 250-mile stretch of the Nowitna River.

The hippy, weed-loving family have cast off society to carve out their own life, forging a world where only the three of them matter.

Fairbanks, the nearest town, is a 200-mile snowmobile ride away, making your walk to the local Asda look pathetic in comparison to the Atchleys' epic - and dangerous - route to buy groceries.

There are no other people to wind them up, no promotions to chase and definitely no Facebook feeds to check out in the Alaskan wilderness.

There, the prepper family live a life with nothing to worry about... apart from marauding bears, hungry wolves, forest fires, thin ice, disease and the -65 degree temperatures.

The Atchleys are so off-the-grid that they've done away with pesky concepts like standard time, choosing instead to keep their own based on the Alaskan light.

There's no hot water unless you boil it yourself, and natural snow functions as the family's fridge freezer - which they keep stocked with two years' worth of tinned food.

Teenage son Sky, described as a "social experiment" by his dad, is taught everything he needs to know by his parents, who he plans to look after when they get old.

But for now, the family unwind with their son by smoking their way through their homegrown (and legal) supply of weed.

With no internet, the rest of the family's quality time consists of playing nerdy board game Dungeons and Dragons, although Sky also plays video games like GTA.

Max.
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Re: Alaska
« Reply #170 on: July 10, 2017, 01:51:31 AM »
I doubt conditions will get much worse for these folks, but that's assuming [sic] cosmological effect don't rain down disaster upon them.
Also, i wonder how much they depend on these canned goods they buy from time to time.

Warmer climes [i'm thinking of Mexico etc.] may not provide abundant water [snow, ice, rivers] but do offer the Sun that will allow crops to grow [i mean, if you have some basic permaculture knowhow so you know how to take advantage of seasonal preciptation].

The Atches would have a lot better prospects if they were living in some (ancient) cave (system) so they might survive cosmological and natural disasters that are [i think, potentially] imminent.
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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #171 on: January 29, 2018, 06:24:45 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErRD6gw9Wlw

This film posts a warning list for the most dangerous locations in the U.S. during the Px passage.  Other parameters for locating a place of safety closely parallel what has been stated elsewhere:  100 miles from a nuclear power plant, 150 miles inland, and 600' above sea level.


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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #172 on: February 09, 2018, 02:16:58 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErRD6gw9Wlw

This film posts a warning list for the most dangerous locations in the U.S. during the Px passage.  Other parameters for locating a place of safety closely parallel what has been stated elsewhere:  100 miles from a nuclear power plant, 150 miles inland, and 600' above sea level.

R.R. thanks very much for posting this.
These danger areas have been on my mind a lot lately...

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Re: Favorable locations
« Reply #173 on: July 27, 2018, 06:16:40 AM »
http://statesatrisk.org/

Interactive U.S. map allowing you to click on locations to learn their major hazard risks.

Referred by:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRqaYu5UOWM
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Re: Favorable locations: Avoiding places where the sewage backs up
« Reply #174 on: July 27, 2018, 06:28:55 AM »
The Centers for Disease Control warns of 10 largest sewage overflows recently:





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