From the creative editorial minds at HowStuffWorks.com comes a volume of entertaining advice to help readers survive the end of the world as we know it In response to our readers, who are particularly curious about both doomsday scenarios and survivalist techniques, HowStuffWorks.com presents Surviving the End of the World. There are many possible ends in store for our world. Zombie hordes could rise up and eat our brains. A viral pandemic could sweep the globe, decimating the human population but for a hearty, immune few. Or a catastrophic solar superstorm might render all electronics on the planet inert, causing a civilization-ending panic. You wonat survive hanging around the dead, the near-dead, or the undead, so in case of Armageddon, head for the hills. Perhaps youare being chased and leave with nothing but a machete and your will to live. Perhaps you actually have time to pack, but you arenat sure what you might need. Once youare in the wilderness, how will you cope? This volume will advise you on such subjects as building shelter in the forest with your bare hands, hunting edible berries in the summer and edible termites year-round, and avoiding the critical stages of dehydration. We even include tips on making moonshine and chocolate, since youall need something to sweeten the New World Order. If the world as we knew it came to an end, wead like to think wead survive. At least, wead like to think that this book, with its equal parts education and laughter, gives our readers an advantage. Join us for the apocalypse. Letas survive together.October 1, 2004. http://www.nps.gov/plants/pubs/Chesapeake/plant/1269.htm Natural Resources Conservation Service. aPLANTS Profile:Actaea ... Creepy Crawly Cuisine: The Gourmet Guide to Edible Insects. Inner Traditions/Bear aamp; Co .
|Title||:||How to Survive the End of the World|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2012-12-11|