A natural disaster can strike at any given time and any practical know-how on basic surviving methods can be quite useful in emergency situations.
This is especially necessary for places like Japan, which is prone to earthquakes, typhoons, tsunamis and other natural disasters due to its natural location.
Japan Has a 40% Chance Of Being Destroyed by a ‘Super Earthquake’ in the Next 30 Years, Scientists Warn
Japanese scientists have warned of a huge chance of a devastating earthquake coming to Japan within the next three decades that is comparable to the 2011 earthquake off the Pacific coast of Tōhoku which left over 15,000 people dead.
In a statement on Tuesday, a panel of experts from the Headquarters for Earthquake Research Promotion revealed that there is a 7- 40% probability of a powerful tremor over 8.8 magnitude on the Richter scale hitting the island of Hokkaido in the next 30 years, potentially killing about a thousand people.
A young boy’s heroic deed during relief operations in China did not go unnoticed after a photo of him passed out from total exhaustion went viral online.
Netizens have lauded the efforts of 12-year-old Hu Zhibo, ho was caught on camera with his mouth wide open while taking a well-deserved nap.
The idea of the world’s end has long crossed the minds of countless prophets and scientists. Today, thanks to research and popular culture, we can better imagine how it might be while listing random pointers for survival in our heads.
But as far as the movies have shown, not everyone survives apocalyptic events. We can hope for the best for all earthlings, but from a more realistic, resource-oriented perspective, it’s easy to tell who’s got the upper hand.