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Alphanation Combat Fighter

by isbella isla (2019-01-29)

Every year, unprepared wilderness Alphanation Combat Fighter visitors make mistakes that put them into danger and the news, Combs said, but there are countless other close calls where people are lucky. The misfortunes seem to follow some fairly predictable patterns."What scares us most are the near misses you don't hear about," Combs said. "People are embarrassed to tell about a close call they had."Psychological responses to emergencies follow a pattern, according to John Leach of the University of Lancaster, England, and the author of "Survival Psychology."Leach's studies show that only 10 to 15 percent of any group involved in any emergency will react appropriately. Another 10 to 15 percent will behave totally inappropriately and the remaining 70 to 80 percent will need to be told what to do. The most common reactions at the onset of an emergency are disbelief and denial.People don't prepare for emergencies, Leach writes, for three reasons: Planning is inconvenient, preparations may be costly and an ingrained folk myth says to prepare for a disaster is to encourage it. These unrealistic mind-sets are the basis for many wilderness tragedies, claims survival expert Peter Kummerfeldt, and he sees denial as the underlying cause."We deny we will ever be in an emergency. Then, we deny that the emergency is happening, and then, we deny that it ever happened," Kummerfeldt said. "The usual progression is that a person thinks: 'This isn't happening to me,' then, 'It's not that bad,' then, 'If it is that bad, there's nothing I can do about it.'"To deal with reality, he adds, you must first treat the situation as being real and admit it is happening to you.There are 9 possible 2012 disaster scenarios predicted by the Sumerian Nibiru Prophecy, Nostradamus's Doomsday Prophecy and others. The challenge is to find a sanctuary to be with your family when it all gets ugly. Fortunately the USA is blessed with an immense land area, much of it in high elevations, so finding a remote safe place with the necessary topography is possible if you know where to look. Taking a look at the 'Lights of the US' on the website will show you very clearly where the major population concentrations are by the lights at night, and where the empty spaces are too. That's where you'll find your 2012 survival sanctuary.