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Richard Cranium (4 days ago)
The "safe" areas lately seem to get slammed by large hurricanes. Just one of the reasons why I moved away from the Gulf Coast .
Flatlander (5 days ago)
Sorry to bust ur bubbles but, Mark 13:2, There shall not be one stone left upon another. I’ve got bushcraft gear runnin outta my ears, just enjoying it with the time we have left. You can run but you can’t hide! He’s coming back in judgement, are you ready to stand before him? REPENT and be baptized in the name of The Lord Jesus Christ!
Tim Kneiszler (6 days ago)
Freeze areas better food storage idiot.
Tim Kneiszler (6 days ago)
Pussy! you won't make it. Look at history where Indians made it. If your not practicing now your too late.
kjpots pott (7 days ago)
Need shelter wood and water food from woods and lake or rivers
jimmy fortrue (8 days ago)
If they stop spraying for mosquitoes then there will be an upsurge of malaria in the areas you chose. Edit: just had a thought, mosquito netting and repellent may become a prime barter item.
Tracy Drennan (8 days ago)
I live in Mississippi, we already know this
Melissa Schneider (1 month ago)
Your odds of survival might be good there ... until hurricane season.
Matthew Caughey (4 months ago)
The first year or 2 is going to be spent fending off those who want to take what you've got by force. After those human parasites are gone then you'll have no options but to stay wherever you are. You'll need to plant whatever you've got and hope for the best. Economic collapse is going to be difficult for a while. But ideally your better off where you are
Melody Tenisch (6 months ago)
Good content, thanks!😊 However, we may need to include, or at least ponder on, natural disasters, i.e. where fault lines are, volcanoes, possible pole-shifting on Earth, etc. Learning to be self-sufficient is great! There's much to consider to stock pile seeds& plants& animals, provisions, safety measures,etc.😊
Alister K (8 months ago)
But who really wants to fight for survival in a post collapse United States.. some will be able to some don't know their ass from a hole in the ground...
xjohnlx xjohnlx (10 months ago)
I find it very interesting how we all have different reasons why we would pick a certain area to live after the SHTF. The good news is we are thinking about surviving and that is a winner over 97% of the population. I believe we will all be in for a rough ride but we will be better off than the masses who have no idea what is coming. Wherever you decide to plant your flag good luck to all of you and try to keep your humanity about you. There will be some dark days ahead and to survive you will have to do some dark deeds to make it. I wish you well.
train jam (1 year ago)
OK, where do we meet at?
CoryBoy (1 year ago)
dah.... the Indians will never waste time teaching you about winter again... grow some backbone.... it makes a way tougher person.... like an oak compared to a palm tree
Maria (1 year ago)
Pole shift water is coming in and all that will be under water. You need to be atleast 400 ft above sea level and 100 ft inland maybe much more. Take into account faultlines, Karst and nucular plants even federal land.Research more please...God bless
Lord Humongus (1 year ago)
Your chances of survival are good an most red states, particularly in the mid-west.
michael wood (1 year ago)
You have some good ideas but you are generalizing way too much. I bought my land in Arizona which you ruled out for water reasons...... I have an excellent well which will supply water when I need it through the pump or in an emergency and the power is out I have a manual pitcher pump. I have a long growing season, plenty of water, MILLIONS of acres of empty forests, lakes, streams and remote unpopulated land. I raise my goats & chickens and have a half acre garden where we grow 80% of our own food. I hunt Elk, Deer, Black bear, squirrels & rattle snake. There is also trillions of prickly pear cactus around that is edible along with dozens of other plants & critters. Arizona is an EXCELLENT place to be when the SHTF if you are smart and pic the right location.
wishinifishin517 (1 year ago)
ahh, no. Staying put right here in northern Michigan. been growing crops and harvesting animals here for thirty years. Low population. Low crime. High density of patriots. Little gun control. Open carry state. And beautiful. I'll die on my feet here before I go down on my knees in some hot, muggy over populated swampy shithole...
Roberta St.Denis (1 year ago)
LOL Wimpy Wimpy.. Lots of wood to burn to keep warm in woods. and as for water/dry areas u seem to have blocked out Minnesota. the land of a thousand Lakes.. LOL lots of water in Minn. Then I have lived many years Up North in Minn. and in northern Wisconsin and cold winters are a joy to me..
Candy Laird (1 year ago)
Actually, another youtube video maker...can't remember who it was, said for us Iowans to go to northern Minnesota when all this goes down.  I've got my very cold weather gear bought and my friend has brushed up on his hunting and trapping the past few years.  I thought Iowa might be okay, but they are predicting we will be a swamp...not totally underwater, though, like the coastal areas this youtuber was promoting.
Ravens Edge (1 year ago)
How crazy that all of the natives were able to survive in the "black area" without any help at all. Interesting but glad you feel its uninhabitable, more room for those of us who actually live there.
Candy Laird (1 year ago)
LOL!  Yeah, we will probably try and head even further north, if we can.
Bing's Ballyhoo (1 year ago)
You might also consider hunting prospects, especially of bigger game for groups, and for small game and rodents for a single survivor.
john McKay (1 year ago)
Nuclear Power plants, Military targets, Sea level rise, Major fault lines, Volcanic ash fall out, to name a few more.
Peter Michalski (1 year ago)
by limiting to his specifications he is basically screwing himself out of some of the most fertile long term crop growing areas bad move.
mountainfolks (1 year ago)
He picked the flood plain areas. Every hurricane or heavy rains puts you at risk. In the areas that don't flood are the heavy populations/cities. This area also contains massive swamps. Not to mention the most poisonous snakes in America, they have them all. With a little simple knowledge of winter survival makes the northern mountainous regions much more desirable. Just my opinion. Take northern NY state, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. More animals than people. Lots of water. Very few poisonous snakes if any. (Maine has none whatsoever) Thin/low populations. Less disease. Surviving your fellow man in the cold is a far easier a thing than surviving your fellow man in an extremely hot and humid place. It is not hospitable...... Northern areas >> Heavy snows. Winter normal cold 25 degrees to 0 degrees. Extremes of -10 to -20. Summer temps normal heat is 70 to 80 degrees. Low to medium humidity, can get humid at 70% or so. Extremes of 90 degrees for over several days.<<<.... Southern areas of gulf coast with >>> Winter heavy rains, colds of average 70 degrees daytime and lows at night to mid 40s. Extremes of below 50 degrees daytime, below 30 degrees nightime. Summer temps of 85 to over 100 degrees with 80 to 99% humidity.
Candy Laird (1 year ago)
One thing about where I live in Iowa...there are few people and Des Moines forgets we exist!  LOL..that's a good thing.  Some have said that we will be a swamp when all of this stuff goes down and we should head to Minnesota, which will be even colder than Iowa.  Perhaps.  I have bought the best cold weather boots and gloves I could find and I have the good long underwear and the best socks, hats, etc.  These items were expensive!  But, I'm thinking we may have to try and survive a winter without electricity, gas, etc.  I don't know if it is possible, but we are preparing for it as much as we can.  Other than that, we will trust in the Lord Jesus to guide us and protect us until it is time for us to go home.
Sheila6325 (1 year ago)
Exactly! I'm in Southern Maryland, and that map showed us to not have freezing!!!! It gets way below 0 sometimes, and yes, we get snow too. It is indeed better in the cold than in the heat, especially when you have to grow your own food. All my Gardening friends in the south end up with a lot more growing problems, even with it's longer season to be able to grow more. Our growing season is great. I would prefer to be more north, but will have to do that when I can. I've considered Upper New York, and the mountains of VA, but can't do a thing until the fall. I couldn't anymore live in the far south, than I would with a family of snakes, because that is all you get, along with the killing humidity, and tons of every bug on the planer. Thank you for the info. on NY, now I'm thinking that my first idea was indeed the best. Bless, Sheila
Nancy Desch (1 year ago)
So if we are looking for a pole shift, dollar collapse, new Madrid fault quakes, Nibiru coming, false flag Alien invasion - NO PLACE IS SAFE.  WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SUPERNOVA (1 year ago)
I find it ironic that the area that you ended up with is already economically fucked.
Bradley Cook (1 year ago)
with solar powered pump
Bradley Cook (1 year ago)
my plan is hydro tronic growing
Bradley Cook (1 year ago)
I will stick North east
Bradley Cook (1 year ago)
I have to disagree as of now because currently buddy parts of the south east wilderness is on fire dose that eqale survival? no
Tattletale RED (1 year ago)
Time to build that ark now, with your name on it "Noah is already taken" Oh, and don't forget to take two of everything and good luck, while passing them FEMA patrols - chuckle chuckle
Grace Serena Christie (1 year ago)
cool video. I did what you did but....I found that several water problems are in the south. I did a second map walking to fresh Snow. My other exploration maps to avoid Earthquakes Tsunamis Tornados Volcanoes. Another map of poison frogs snakes and alligatorS ticks insects no see thems they wont spray if the economic situation is bad. Lol so many of the US people have done this as well all the population will drop in to the south and just due to the extra weight.... the land will fall into the ocean. I know we all have the same maps but your presentation is better then mine.
Henry Kinsey (1 year ago)
I live in Idaho and I can survive in winter with deep snow as well as warm weather.  You have to have the knowledge to survive in your area that you are acclimated too.  Southern areas have just as much hazards and the north.
antartica (1 year ago)
This never happend.
antartica (1 year ago)
This never happend.
Greg Summers (1 year ago)
So you have chosen the southern flood zone, tornado ally and the hurricane zone. Lets us not mention the social and economic basket case
studlygrish (1 year ago)
what about states with caves and forrests
Kelly Schueman (1 year ago)
You ignore global warming. The area you show as Green , is rapidly moving North. Every month last year had high temps that broke records. You also have to look at fresh water. The US government of ALEC has said that clean water is not a human right. Big oil is happily poisoning underground and river water.. So the Great lakes should be sown as Green. The parasites can poison those as well, but not as easily.
Deborah Eisenmenger (2 years ago)
What about Alaska?
Michael Nonya (2 years ago)
lol thats the last place id wanna wind up !!! omg !!
Michael Nonya (2 years ago)
this guy is a moron from his very first consideration !!!
Carmen Ortiz (2 years ago)
I always find it amusing when a person says "I'm more likely to survive in an area that doesn't freeze." Sure and how many other millions of Americans think does he think say that? As far as I'm concerned, I'm more likely to survive in an area that freezes 7 months a year, which means not too many people moving north, especially from October on. So the genius decides that areas which are warm, close to water sources and the coasts (hint: hurricanes, tidal waves), with no huge populations (until all those couple of hundred million people decided to move south because they can't wear coat, show up).... LOL,. LOL, LOL Sorry I can't type anymore can't stop laughing. Oh, wait forgot: located within the Madrid Fault Line area? No problem, everyone follow this guy's suggestions. LOL
Sandra Watts (2 years ago)
remember also if it doesnt freeze you are going to have mass bugs and sickness.i think you are a city dweller. you dont know whatyour getting yourself into.i would rather be dry with rain you have fungus bugs damp mold no thankyou. give me dry . dry doesnt mean no water no mold,food storage lasts, no sickness or fleas because it does have frost to kill critters.we have sunall spring and summer makes for long growing season equals more food storage. dry equals preserved food storage. 2feet down no frost so root crops last all winter into spring. more rain equals moldy food storage crops dont grow too wet. food crops need dry then moisture not wet. good luck ill stay in yakima wa area
Claudine Toler (2 years ago)
Yep...but, if you don't consider the pole shift, and/or the asteroid that is supposed to hit in the Atlantic, or WW3, or killer musllims, I guess this map will be useful.....hmmmm.
Sand Angels (2 years ago)
I live right on the western edge of your map, and from all the factors you've considered plus other such as nuclear power plants, nuclear fallout from cities or bases that could possibly be bombed in a war, tsunamis from an asteroid hit, and other natural disasters, I realized that where I already am is probably the safest place I could be, aside from a minor earthquake threat and tornado threats, which are normal here. Low populated areas of Western to Central Oklahoma and Texas would be good from my research.
Velma Jean Holmes (2 years ago)
Everyone talks about the New Madrid fault line; but no one mentions that it could empty The Great Lakes, the country's greatest source of fresh water. This possibility worries me.
Carmen Ortiz (1 year ago)
+Shoe Chew Well, vs the pee passed for water in Southern California, fresh water does come back to mind. LOL
Candy Laird (1 year ago)
The Great Lakes are supposed to be on top of really good, stable rock.
Shoe Chew (1 year ago)
When I think of the Great Lakes, fresh water is the last thing that comes to mind. Maybe the term should be unsalted. ?
Carmen Ortiz (2 years ago)
Not to worry, compare the map of the area with the map of the New Madrid and you will see that only one lake is close to the fault line, the others are north of it. Basically what will happen is that some of the northern part of the Mississippi river will widen but the upper area is solid rock and chances of even an earthquake are VERY minimal.
B (2 years ago)
Gross areas you chose. The people period are cause for concern. Backhill rednecks and lazy slaves that stayed. no thanks
Venerable Khanti Khema (2 years ago)
This doesn't work. When the dome blows in the Gulf, and the temperatue is rising a lot now, then your final areas will be dead and gone. Sorry... Ooops.
chauxone (2 years ago)
Very well done and true.
Desmond Hebert (2 years ago)
Arkansas, that's what I'm talking about.
Saul Abrego (2 years ago)
thank you for showing us that there really is no safe place. there's an area that you show in between the cities of San Antonio and Austin Texas, and then you show an area that's up in the Dallas metro area, it seems as if you've never been down to Texas. between San Antonio and Austin you're probably looking at 4 million people, the Dallas metro area you're probably looking at least 5 - 8 million. so it really looks like there is no safe place to be when disaster strikes.
Marilyn Buchanan (2 years ago)
Jesus is our only hope. We MUST be right with God.
Marilyn Buchanan (2 years ago)
Much of this area is in water flood zone for pole shift
Its My MoJo (1 year ago)
Waterworld - build a bomb shelter or build a boat - f@@k it build both!!!
Michael Kappel (2 years ago)
So that would only leave Zika zones....
Brooks Anderson (1 year ago)
Yes, plus: Chikungunya, West Nile virus, plus, Dengue, plus (eventually malaria) and,of course in the Northeast, while the Southwest and Midwest desertify. Overall, rapid climate change will not be good.
RAW is WAR (2 years ago)
Hey great video! Just wanted to add that you may want to consider major gas lines that run through the country, fault lines like those that have mentioned it below, elevation level, and the jet streams in case on nuclear fallout. Thanks for the info!
Angellica Goodson-Lord (2 years ago)
Stay away from the areas this man is recommending. They are in the flood zones. Remember also that as the pole continues to shift North America will be moving south. What that means is that the states that are colder or have winter weather will be moving into warmer climate areas. Depending on how drastic the pole shift is North America could end up on the Equator which means that the frost zone will be history for most of us who live in the northern states. Stay away from the coastlines as well this is just common sense.
Admiral Preparedness (2 years ago)
The areas you highlighted are sparce and you would perish without medical care if you really ever needed it.
Russ L J (2 years ago)
* We seem to be commenting on...where to be/not be: which 'Geographical location' would be suitable in a very very very harsh scenario. What side of "Karma" do you live on??? Universe did not plan for our comfort, even now, "God "(Universe) only plans/allows spaces and time for events to happen in our collective and individual awarenesses. Whatever it means to YOU... *"BE"* on the 'Right-Side' of this "God-Provider-Entity".. Do your best.. & live "In the Now." Period. Love to 'Others' as much as you can, when you are given this opportunity. Go in Peace & With Love, Russ L J
Eric O (2 years ago)
I agree with Dinah Spencer. The Madrid fault line will swallow up your safe zone. You should aquire the skills to survive in the "Frostline" areas. Your criterias are valid; population and rainfall are important although your dropping waay to close to sea level.
Derek Myers (2 years ago)
Heck I'm in Jerome ment for agirculter
donna eide (2 years ago)
boy it looks like more people are on there toes than I new am new at computers can you tell sorry
donna eide (2 years ago)
Dinah right on did not see what you said
donna eide (2 years ago)
what about the pole shift you are telling people to go where it will be under water I think you people should look at pole shift
DINAH SPENCER (2 years ago)
In your little green area you forgot to consider the Madrid fault line.
Todd Hageman (1 year ago)
Geology is not one of the 3 criteria he is considering.
Max Jackson (1 year ago)
I just got my ticket to the planet Somewherelsopia. I was going to take my wife, but she's busy watching "America's Got Talent". Wow, what an oxymoron that has become. Peace !
Carmen Ortiz (2 years ago)
What? Your ancestors did not immigrate to the US, and how the heck did they turn white? Did you somehow miss that Colonial America is oldest section of what is the US? Next you tell us you are Methuselah? Oh, wait he only lived 969 years. Oh, please let me take a few minutes to vomit. To think that I thought the person who made those "incredible" suggestions was stupid.
Claudine Toler (2 years ago)
Yep, but Jonathan....ancestors.....ethnic.....spelled correctly....however I do love the way you write.
Donna Taliercio (2 years ago)
your wrong all that is going to be under water. its already happening. look at the us navy map future tense. sorry also away from cities. don t you think they already thought of this.
jack hill (2 years ago)
Old bullshit!
Dennis Wuest (2 years ago)
I live in the E Texas area and it's perfect. We have water and plenty of wood. There's a small refinery in Tyler (Delek) and plenty of small wells operating. There's plenty of beef and the means to produce it. Everyones of a common mindset (not mine but a christian american spirit). And they all have guns and want to use them. And it's about as good of weather as you can get. As long as you don't mind 100% humidity at 100 degrees for the 180 days of August (feels like).
Diane Morgan (2 years ago)
But you haven't considered that you have a Nuclear Power/Reactor nearby......wouldn't want to be there either.
g seirsdale (2 years ago)
There are millions of orphan gas wells in north america. Open, ignite, warmth.
It Just Got Better (2 years ago)
You left off Nuclear Power plants. Wonder why the former sub commanders are retiring to the Ozarks?
Paul Daystar (2 years ago)
It Just Got Better ..., o Year of Yubilee Jubilee, ... either you Forgive everyone everyday everything .. now,... or you will receive all the curses,... Choose this day,.. Then you will be ready to do or go where The Creator Directs you..,
FaZeFrost (2 years ago)
what about the dams and floods and nuclear power plants and hurricanes in that area
Patrick Babineau (2 years ago)
he's nuts and he knows nothing about the nation by looking at these maps.
flxnhrd (2 years ago)
+Patrick Babineau Agreed. No mention of the rising oceans along the coast line or the Madrid fault line that many say is going to eventually rupture and split the middle of the U.S.
Frank Machado (2 years ago)
let me plz say, the chemtrails have kept the east wet these past few weeks with even some snow, but i did happen to catch a map with haarp running over the area of massachusetts, i have it plain as day captured vid... my guess is that if you know of coming events they(our govt) are tricking people into thinking the east will be fine with water and weather. but what i have found is that they have been moving people from the west to dicourage anyone from the land in that area which i think is going to be best area to be during and after the events that are coming, i think they are trying to get people to move east where the most will end up dying from tital surge that will come during pole shift that will happen very fast during passing of this star or planet whichever you want to call it, i just call it doom...just please do some research before you decide where you want o be and if you can actually get where its going to be safe...we have been lied to for so long that it may be hard to get to any truth to where may be safe..but be sure this fine govt of our is not thinking of any of its people that have paid for the under ground cities they have built over the years...May The Creator Bless You All and be with you in time of need...
Bobby Miller (2 years ago)
yeah right! "way wrong" he's not considering the Madrid fault line gas lines tidal waves and there's too much nuclear power especially around Georgia Savannah I would rather dress warmer knowing that diseases aren't going to spread as much and it's less populated last chance of being robbed killed for whatever you have
flxnhrd (2 years ago)
+Bobby Miller In total agreement Sir!
Don (2 years ago)
Your post economic maps utterly fail to consider results from natural changes where, for example, Florida will likely be under water.
SamytheGreek (2 years ago)
In a nuclear attack I'm gonna be toast but otherwise I will stay right where I am, grow my own, protect whats mine, help my neighbor protect but stay on my own property.
Angelica Wilson (2 years ago)
We will all be radiated before the rest of this happen anyway no one will have food to eat. Except the elite.
william amos (2 years ago)
Yes, YOU stay right in the green zone, stay out of my area.
Ed Felty (2 years ago)
But it's all going to change, the west coast will be the new gulf.
Stephanie Daniels (2 years ago)
there are no safe place for what's coming,not even the underground bunkers. it's really funny the government,elite, bankers ect used us to build safe havens and gave up their souls which in the end is all anyone has.
SRFarm592 (2 years ago)
Malaria & yellow fever
Paul Daystar (2 years ago)
Way wrong ... Radiation from nuclear power stations, early disease spreads in warm country, and lower elevations,... also heavy metals, radiation, pesticides, all settle in lower areas, ... Coasts are prone to storms, tsunamis, and too many lazy, vandalism, people... Historically survival is: go where others don't want to go ... Finding springs, Wilderness, Deserts, always mountains, ... Learn to live by boating, kayaking, walking, ...real Prayer... Listening and observing what is right, true, Mercyful, if you don't give it you won't find it when you need it most...
BinaryEvasion (1 month ago)
Nukes won't hit major city centers or areas with high population. Nukes will hit critical infrastructure and major military posts. You remove the defense (military) and the foundation (critical infrastructure, ie. power and water supply), let the citizenry destroy itself.
Diane Morgan (1 year ago)
+Joesph Stalin .....where you are, is bad. High nuke strike zones. And you're on the Madrid Fault Line. Bad place to be.
Diane Morgan (1 year ago)
Thanks for the info. But honestly, I can't blame them for not wanting Americans.....our country is a joke since Obama's tyranny. Sad
Carmen Ortiz (1 year ago)
+Diane Morgan I agree, I'm listening to a video as I type. What's going on here is just terrible. It's called Urgent: Julian Assange is in CIA Custody in case you are interested. It's quite long.
Diane Morgan (1 year ago)
I can't say I blame Canada for not wanting us or anyone. Americans seem to bring trouble....and I am American. Obama has made me ashamed to be American, by his failures and making America a colossal joke, worldwide.
whatIsay (2 years ago)
there is soooo much grey area this guy is leaving out and for instance....florida...always a water issue and still is...and sorry i'd rather be in the cold and dress warmer than be in the humidity, dying from the heat!
Church Organist (2 years ago)
South Florida is the only place with a lack of water. Real Florida, the Florida that everyone lived in before northerners and Cubans migrated, is in north and central Florida. Before the 1910's everyone who lived in Florida was in and above Tampa.
whatIsay (2 years ago)
+Red Salamander None taken, I have many relatives in Florida...LOL this is an ongoing dispute..Mainly, because I get bad headaches when in the heat..even my place when the heat is gets to warm in the winter inside I have to turn down the thermostat. The air in the winter to me is so much more cleaner!
Red Salamander (2 years ago)
+Diane Moran Diane, we are not dying of heat, and no disrespect, but you can have the cold!
Sláva Smrti (2 years ago)
I guess I'm fucked living in Canada, well rather be here than yank land.
Church Organist (2 years ago)
In the US a Yankee is someone from the Northeast. Historically that's what Yankee is as well. My family isn't even from England. They are from France, Germany, Switzerland...that area. Not many in the US who are white are actually from England.
Samantha30090 (3 years ago)
Just think ... if not for the Republican Party, no one would have to think about "economic survival maps".
+Samantha30090 Its all an act. Do you think the actors that play evil roles on TV are more evil than the ones that play good characters? Its all just a role they chose to play and so are the roles politicians have.They all play together, eat together, party together, they live their lives together, they are for all intents and purposes the same party.
Samantha30090 (2 years ago)
Really?  Explain to me how a party that tries to preserve your Social Security, Medicare, offer all citizens health care, and prevent further issues with climate change ... changes that are so obvious.  As for the premium issue with "Obamacare", that was Republican doing.  Most, or all, Liberals expected a tax in lieu of premiums but the Republican Party would have no part of that!  Compare the Democratic Party to the Republican Party, then come back and tell me all about it.  While you're at it, why not listen to Richard Nixon's chief council, John Dean, talk about the current day "Republican" Party.  Actually, he's written several books on just how evil and corrupt they have become.  Then, you might Google comments made by both of Ronald Reagan's sons ... comments they both made during the first week of the Republican Debates.  They both ask, on CNN, that the Republican Party STOP invoking the name of Ronald Reagan, as their father has no policies common to the current day Republican Party.
Laura Green (2 years ago)
+Samantha30090 Both parties are bad you really need to open your eyes on that as they are on the same team just play the agenda out differently.
creedstat (3 years ago)
id stay away from any coast lines too
Matthew Vander Griend (3 years ago)
Elohim is sending his people to the Ozarks which may not meet the frost criteria - although we are not that cold - but we have a lot of other benefits such as being away from hurricanes, tsunamis, nuclear reactors, etc.  And we are elevated enough to stay out of the new ocean being formed by the New Madrid earthquake to come.  Where I am, there are no pipelines for natural gas, and there is no fracking going on either.  Plus plenty of wildlife, good soil, and incredibly low population density.
Jcobo314 (3 years ago)
Sun Siren (3 years ago)
South (and I think North too) Carolina has made it  illegal to be homeless! Rounded them up and sent them to a FEMA camp. Might want to check these new state laws already being passed and enforced. Blessings to you!
shadow72728 (2 years ago)
Diane the homeless need to be taken off the streets. That's a good thing. So they put them in a FEMA camps. It's better than living and shitting in the street. At least they will have a roof over their head and a place to sleep. What do you think the government is  going to take all these people to the camps and kill them ?? This is still America.
Diane Morgan (2 years ago)
Honey.....I just traveled back and forth across this country.....I-40, got in a convoy of HUNDREDS of domestic Military convoy of tanks with turrets, heading for Fort Smith,  Arkansas, Fort Bragg....etc.  Overheard two officers discussing the FEMA camp plans and how they are having an ethical dilemma as to how the American citizens will be treated.  THOUSANDS of FEMA coffins, lined up.....on Semi's heading with them.....REALLY?  I am not a conspiracy theorist.....but South Carolina had it on the news about the homeless being OUTLAWED, detained and given a choice....jail or a FEMA camp.  YEP.....NC is right behind them.  Legislation is passing these laws, to get rid of the "undesirables".....a lot of them Military Veterans.....sad.
El Chongo Loco (2 years ago)
+shadow72728  Democrats = Dementia-Crats. LOL
shadow72728 (2 years ago)
+Sun Siren sorry but you mean the liberal dems. They are the ones with the mental disorder.
Sun Siren (2 years ago)
You should do your research or have some personal knowledge or experience on the subject with which you are calling a "bold face lie," before you start spouting off irrelevant and inane comments that in no way support your statement...only your ignorance and prejudice. :D
Alexis Rowland (3 years ago)
I realize this is an older post, you may want to add a layer to your findings. And that is the Navel future prediction map of the U.S. Due to the Madrid Fault line, it is going to eliminate even more of your options.
wellermindy (3 years ago)
There is ample water here in Arizona. You just have to know where to find it. You also can grow food here you just to know how to do it. In Northern Arizona it's 90 in the summer and snows in the winter and the eastern part of our state is lined with many many trees. We also have a state where weapons for protection are readily available and we are not susceptible to hurricanes. Also we have a monsoon season where flash flooding is a concern but you can get plenty of water. I believe the best place for survival is in the Eastern part of Arizona. It snows there a bit but nothing like it does in the northern states. You should look into desert survival on how and where to find water. The only thing that will get you is the heat. That's why you head north east there are plenty of resources there.
Elizabeth Rados (3 years ago)
You didn't mention bad weather phenomena like hurricanes, tornadoes, and flooding. I live in the nice green spot  in FL where we have all of those, and sinkholes. I have the same tornado risk as Atlanta area. Friends here have lost roofs and one fatality a few years ago. People, places that have safe rooms or underground shelters are good, and in FL that's not possible because it's basically a swamp until you get on the Lake Wales Ridge. North FL is safer, and you can grow year round. The summers here are humid and too hot for most produce in my area. With hurricanes, we board up the house with everything over cat. 2
Brian Cunningham (3 years ago)
Floods, Nukes, Bad people, Giant aligators
TheTinXe (3 years ago)
Yay boring ocala fl should be safe, especially since I live at the border where there isn't much. Let's just hope none of the 16000 nukes hit near me.
Rebecca Zuckman (4 years ago)
What about the sinkholes? Please respond at faithofaseed@hotmail.com
trebelclef (4 years ago)
What about natural streams that are fed by snow melt?  That  would include a lot more territory.
Dominic P (4 years ago)
I've got a very remote place in Colorado and have a small river and underground spring. And plenty of trees to burn for heat and cooking. Food will have to be stored for winter OR just shoot a deer
Mark Walther (4 years ago)
I can hike to the big green area in central-south florida.  Whew,,,I might make it!! Yaay....
TheTinXe (3 years ago)
I'll meet you there lol
spideraxis (5 years ago)
Not necessarily. I lived on the Gulf Coast. Numerous storms went north into central and northern Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. Also into Arkansas, Georgia and Tennessee. Right along the coast gets it the worst, but inland areas are not immune to the effects of storms.
Mark Twain (5 years ago)
Does a pole shift mean I will have to get new magnets for the frige?

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