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Preppers talk a lot about the end of the world as we know it, but what does that actually mean? Movies and TV shows almost never provide a realistic view of life after a worldwide disaster (for example, all the mowed lawns in The Walking Dead).
To adequately prepare for TEOTWAWKI, we need to get a better idea of what it might be like. To that end, Jack from Skilled Survival made a list of ways that daily life will be different after a nationwide EMP, a nuclear holocaust, or a disease that wipes out most of the population.
The author writes, “TEOTWAWKI = The End Of The World As We Know It. To me, this term means something unimaginably massive has happened. An event that has thrust our world back into a pre-electricity, pre-grid power era. TEOTWAWKI is not a small time emergency. It’s an event that throws all humans back into a prolonged mode of brutal survival. How might such an event occur?” Follow the link below to keep reading.