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racoons by Martin Hengerwell - Sat, 02 Jul 2016 21:50:51 EST ID:iBIL+cZN No.14389 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do racoons taste?

best ways to hunt, catch, kill and clean racooons

best caliber for close rang racoons hunting

they like to scream?
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ChrisTopHer - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 21:33:41 EST ID:SyfV58M+ No.14401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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They're too greasy and gamey for my taste. I imagine if you're black you'll like them and I mean that in a non racist way. I only say that b/c when we kill'em around here, we then take'em to MLK Blvd and they sale just as fast as we get there. Be careful though, I had to get rabies shots in my stomach when one of those little fuckers bit me on the hand.
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Frederick Cleffingstitch - Mon, 25 Jul 2016 01:51:25 EST ID:adkajmze No.14403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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May lead to delusions of cannibalism.
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Caroline Caddlesture - Wed, 03 Aug 2016 22:14:30 EST ID:iBIL+cZN No.14404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14400
the neighbor feeds the coons i watched a pack of 6 or 7 walking through her yard some weeks ago...
i fixed the fence but before that they would come onto the deck and eat the bird seed they'd come up to the sliding glass window and peer in
opened the door and it actually tried to come in.. had to attack it with a broom to assert dominance
then i thought meh.. might as well eat it
i want to kill it slowly while on drugs to consume its soul
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Caroline Goodwater - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:07:44 EST ID:im2lg+g1 No.14405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14399
ALL THE HOMO!
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Charles Fucklepark - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 13:38:51 EST ID:tvomfIQ+ No.14438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14405

no 1 deserve dims


Godzilla or Zombies by Jenny Cravingbat - Fri, 16 Oct 2015 20:41:30 EST ID:kZUPBNpQ No.14164 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok here is the deal. You are in a major city. Has to be near water cuz thats how Godzilla rolls. You can pick between a Zombie Apocalypse or Godzilla raining his radioactive fury upon you. What do you pick? Why?
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Fucking Sazzlewere - Mon, 09 May 2016 23:20:53 EST ID:u+574orW No.14356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14345
Have you seen a godzilla movie? Hes stupidly tough. He takes on tanks, small arms fire, bunker busters, bombing runs, battleships, attack helicopters, lasers, bigger monsters and even fucking low-mid yeild nukes and does it all at the same time.
On the other hand, with the zombies, all they have is numbers. And yeah, it seems bleak but look at the battle of Mogadishu. About a hundred and a half US troops, plus air support, against what was really an entire city. Lets pretend the city was a zombie infected one. So we'll say every wounded US soldier was infected(bitten, not shot obviously). So about a hundred infected troops. But at the end of the day, the army, even without the strategic bombing or artillery or armor support or any of the other stuff we would undoubtably use if it were zombies, still racked up about 1,750 kills. Granted, zombies are physically tougher than people, but they also dont have guns like the militia did.
Plus these days we have more technology and expeirience fighting urban wars that would def help.
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Augustus Bobberwater - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 06:38:09 EST ID:3VlPy42e No.14370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14356
Actually zombies aren't more physically tougher than people, for the simple reason that a zombie has no sense of self-preservation.

Picture the typical post-apocalyptic zombie-flick street.

Lots of burned out cars, broken glass, etc. Can you guess what happens when a horde of zombies funnels through that street? They get burned, they cut themselves open on metal shrapnel, they tear apart their feet on glass.
They don't feel pain. They cannot think "Hey walking past this sharp metal hook is going to tear my innards out!". They just walk, until there's nothing left.

You can defend against an entire horde of zombies with some caltrops and barbwire. The zombies will just kill themselves by ripping themselves apart on the environment.
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Ian Pullydadge - Thu, 09 Jun 2016 04:39:51 EST ID:esx2Em6L No.14373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14370
Yeah i agree with you
Im just saying, zombies need trauma to the head to die, but the militia had guns. Like theyre both about as effective, which is why i used that battle as a metaphor
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Rebecca Wammerlire - Fri, 24 Jun 2016 19:33:43 EST ID:0IQzXa/p No.14386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Godzilla's not that bad of a guy all of the time. He considers Japan his island so I guess I'd have to be living there. At least that's what I'm going to assume so I can be happy with this. He helps sometimes if there's something threatening his hold on his turf, but otherwise he'd pretty fuck fuck everything up. I'm gonna choose godzilla
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Reuben Brenningmadge - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 02:45:21 EST ID:eF+NWZwf No.14434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14164
Godzilla because we collectively have a better chance of surviving. Zombies spread, there is only one Godzilla. Zombies would completely destroy whole government's ability to function very quickly, while Godzilla is isolated in city. Meaning its only a matter of time before military shows up and kills Godzilla. So it would be a matter of surviving until Godzilla is kill.

Godzilla would also be way more exciting than zombies. Imagine a massive reptile dude knocking down skyscrapers and shit. On the other hand, I wouldn't get to shoot my gun which is gay.


The best survival weapons. by Esther Cullerhood - Fri, 11 Nov 2011 01:46:31 EST ID:4TWZ6GnB No.5979 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So what's your best, or favored survival weapon? If shit hits the fan, what will you keep by your side at all times, relying on it to save your ass?

It could be a gun, a blade, something blunt, maybe even think outside the box here. Perhaps it's your car. The point is to pick one thing which you would choose first as a weapon to survive an apocalypse.

Now just to clarify, this is a total SHTF apocalypse. There are zombies, thermonuclear blast sites, biological weapons released, natural disasters, fucking total anarchy everywhere. Things like bullets might be in short supply unless you've got your own personal ammo dump. Forget about raiding a nearby military base, it's almost definitely either heavily fortified and in use already or completely annihilated. You might have some luck in private shops or homes, but ammunition is going to be a bit scarce, especially since in such a world it will become so valuable.

Gas stations won't be up and running for the most part. You may have to find other means of transportation. Think about how this impacts the type of weapon you select. Things like weight, conspicuousness, extra moving parts that need to be carried are all important factors.

Think about concealment. Or alternatively, intimidation. Would you do better hiding the fact that you're armed? Or would walking through a town lugging a fully automatic machine gun speak more to your style?

Think about alternative uses for your weapon. What else can it be used for? Could you chop things with it? Dig perhaps? There's a lot to consider and you only get to pick one.

My choice? A khukri. I'm not saying it's everyone's best choice but it works for me. I prefer being sneaky, inconspicuous, quiet and not having to rely on scavenging for ammunition on top of food and other supplies means more time saved. Sure it's not nearly as reassuring as a rifle, but so long as I stick to the shadows and keep my head down I'll be fine.

I'm not very strong and am somewhat short, the khukri's design capitalizes on the laws of physics, giving you a lot of slicing power for very little kinetic input. A swift flick of the wrist and someone loses an arm. Or a head. Gunshots are loud, they attract attention and can be difficult to direct in a crazy situation if you don't have prior training. Sure you might have gone to the shooting range every weekend for ten years but are you sure you won't piss yourself and freeze up as an undead horror comes screeching at you full speed, mutated face pustules throbbing, fangs eager to eat your flesh? Now in that scenario you might be saying "well fuck, I'd rather have a gun than have to get anywhere close to something like that" and I would say you're probably right. However, there's just something primal about holding a big blade in your hand. It feels right and in a fight or flight response, the first instinct is sometimes to swing violently at your target. With a blade, that will work just fine.
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M - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 21:38:57 EST ID:YzXH5bH2 No.14417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My crossbow. I can always rely on it. And i don't need any kind of special ammo. Just a sharp thing.
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Archie Wuzzlenedge - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 05:55:17 EST ID:oF/K7C/K No.14418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>9956
Hey, a Barman's Comb, the less famous cousin of the nailbat. Never actually seen one before.
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Charles Blonnershaw - Tue, 13 Sep 2016 02:50:55 EST ID:3VlPy42e No.14422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>11970
Careful yo. Waraxes ~can~ be used to chop wood, bone, and plantfibers, but they're designed to chop into flesh.

As in, just cutting into flesh superficially. They're not designed to lop right through heavy organic substances, because the blade is so thin. You can chop through strong organic substances, but you run the risk of damaging your blade. You're probably better off with a waraxe, and an actual tool axe.

There are hybrid war-tool axe designs, like the axes that Roman logistics soldiers used, but those are really just lesser quality tool axes that can be swung around enough to give you some level of personal defense when ambushed by some celts hiding in the trees. They're not true battlefield weapons.
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Fucking Ponderson - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 01:37:57 EST ID:7qQm3zP2 No.14423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Right now I think I have my bases covered, for the most part. I have a Taurus Old model 66 357 magnum, a Marlin 336 in 30-30, and a Stevens 320. These three guns have me covered on defense and food procurement. I also have a compound bow that I use for fishing and small game. If needed, I can raise the weight up to about 75 for elk.
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Alice Dobblebury - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 07:29:20 EST ID:gy9qCXXI No.14427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14423
how much weight do you plan to lug around with just firearms


Mad Max game by Priscilla Greendock - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 12:00:04 EST ID:4C9VY0xs No.14411 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is looking like a lot of fun, from the playthroughs I've seen.
Like GTA meets Fallout. Worth it for the scenery gorn alone IMO, the dust storms really make it feel like the movie, and the playable areas are bordered with incredible cloud-bottomed chasms that make me think of The Dark Tower and The Night Land.
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Charlotte Deblingcocke - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 02:11:11 EST ID:lZ1irNM+ No.14416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14411
'Lectricy Boy, The Gastown Outcrier's submissive generator gimp, is my new waifu.


Art thread by Samuel Dartway - Sun, 20 Nov 2011 09:51:07 EST ID:mJUQ2Fse No.6120 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic, zombeys, smexy road warriors, girls with axes, show me what you got.
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Reuben Neffingcheg - Sun, 11 May 2014 14:59:43 EST ID:8BaDbcbX No.13046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>13045
That's just an excuse.
It was just a bitch getting kicked when retards ran in your line of fire mostly so they could ignorantly kill steal with the katana.
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David Pankinhon - Sun, 11 May 2014 20:26:19 EST ID:+VgJAszC No.13047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13045
Fuck, I didn't intend to use a trip on this board.

>>13046
I don't understand how that had anything to do with realism. No one in their right mind would take on a horde period. Fighting zombies is almost never worth the risk unless you're cornered.
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Sugar Cubes !yV1kUsqr/. - Thu, 07 Jul 2016 21:06:39 EST ID:teUE/eXQ No.14396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bumping to preserve 420ch history
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Clara Dindleway - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 21:57:04 EST ID:i2CUq58o No.14408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've seen a few epic bumps in my day
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Molly Caddlepin - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 05:50:41 EST ID:BkKQxAyS No.14415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6174
its a little girl, you see kids, instinctively you don't sense danger. you cant train every solider against that. Its why you would send them. they did it in Vietnam.


it comes by !BX/0Sif4C6 - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 13:16:35 EST ID:9a4yTGTh No.14412 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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the times are almost upon us save your drugs they are the ccurrency of the future
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!iRZWHeI9pI - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 13:18:24 EST ID:9a4yTGTh No.14413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hail


Its happening! by Reuben Futtingfedging - Fri, 22 Jul 2016 19:20:56 EST ID:V2KfTYQw No.14402 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.businessinsider.com/methane-bubbles-siberian-permafrost-climate-change-2016-7Comment


Bowman Yeoman by Samuel Pubberdale - Fri, 28 Dec 2012 23:03:25 EST ID:plz5H7t7 No.10388 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to be a Bow and arrow craftsman guy
For a hobby, but I want to actually be good at it
Have any good books I can DL on the subject or links to related sites?
I might also post this on /howto/ but this board seemed more fitting?
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John Blushstat - Wed, 12 Aug 2015 00:40:39 EST ID:9b5vkLbQ No.14044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>11082
Fuck yeah! Thanks for reminding me of this badass spear chucker! I used to work as a historical interpreter for a federal run Native American mound site and we got to use atlatls to show kids just how far you can throw a HUGE spear with one of these things! The aiming was always wonky but usually went close to where you wanted it, the real use of these was when you had 5 to 10 guys slinging those spears as fast as they could at one meal target.

I hate that spear chucker is a racial epithet because it was really a deadly style of hunting at the time. Still is today, but I can't imagine state hunting laws would allow you and 10 of your buddies to sneak up on a hog and hurl spears at it.
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Wesley Puddlewark - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 02:55:37 EST ID:3V2NVGgw No.14049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14044

lol, who wasn't called a spear-chucker at one time? The egyptians, due to lack of wood?
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Duke Leukemia !A4EGpvDEAU - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 16:45:55 EST ID:jMHozOd5 No.14153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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COME GET SOME \m/
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Emma Pittingsire - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 22:46:12 EST ID:b0Porfm8 No.14390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I bought this one today from someone on craigslist for 10$, the add said it was hand made from bamboo. Any comments ? Total length 40"
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Samuel Popperkidge - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:51:00 EST ID:kwjHcfOD No.14397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14390

looks nice man, make sure you inspect it very meticulously for any cracks, warps, or uneven bending. also make sure you know how to restring it.


I'm Army CBRN, ask me anything by Oliver Sussledale - Sun, 12 Jun 2016 17:47:15 EST ID:OK/LBrxZ No.14376 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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As the title says, I'm in the Army trained as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist. Essentially we're the insurance policy of the military. They train us to survive fight, and conduct research in contaminated environments. We then go to our units to keep survival gear (MOPP suits and masks) in order and train those soldiers to fight and survive (long enough to get out) of those environments.

Any questions about that stuff?
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Bombastus !RZEwn1AX62!!xXxJO70U - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 17:36:10 EST ID:rp/0dnfG No.14381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14379
As a chemist, we use North 76008 or 3M 6000 series - both full face and are required beside our sides when we work with chlorine or bromine in the laboratory. They filtered out a spill of chlorine:bromine very well a while back. to the point where my lab coat and hair smelled insanely of chlorine after we cleaned the spill. We also haven't replaced the carbon NIOSH OV filters in a year and they still filter out most shit.
$160 and the filters are only $50 for two pairs.

>>14380
That's mainly for phosphorous and sulfur mustards, right? Easily oxidizable so you can use either Hydrogen Peroxide or any bleach?
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Edward Pittwell - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 16:59:28 EST ID:fok4DBbQ No.14382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14376
What exactly goes on in the minds of the brass in CBRN? As a 35G I've never felt like my CBRN training was very comprehensive, in basic or after. I mean I know the basics, but I just feel like CBRN isn't covered as well or as extensively as it could/should be. Especially with the concerns surrounding terrorism being our main focus rather than foreign conventional armys.

I still can't get my mask on in under 9 seconds. I feel like CBRN isn't something that's really at the front of soldier's minds in other MOSs.
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Ama - Sun, 19 Jun 2016 03:34:35 EST ID:CDuWuIGP No.14384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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what do you do if you get captured?
what should us civilians do if the nukes are dropping overhead?
thank you for your time and for your service mister army man sir.
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Nathaniel Branderlock - Sun, 19 Jun 2016 13:32:00 EST ID:FHU8aX0D No.14385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14378
>>14381
Okay my exact notes say
"Bleach good for blister and V agents, fair for biological. Ethylene Glycol is fair for chemical agents"

>>14381
Yeah but chlorine gas as an industrial spill or WMD is incredibly dense, which is why it sinks to the ground so fast. Our mask filters will clog within a couple hours.

>>14382
We're kind of like the redheaded step-child of the Army. They HAVE to feed us but only because it's the law. So most units will do what they can to not do chemical training. By regulation, you should be doing full MOPP training once a year including weapon qualification. Realistically, my NCO told me to throw away all my training JSLIST because it's just taking up space and we haven't trained once in the 3 years before I got there.
You should have your mask on in less than 7 seconds, not 9. But truth be told, an additional 3-5 seconds isn't going to get you killed if you can hold your breath that long. The decon agents work fast if you have them on hand, but if you don't have them ready, then putting the mask on in just 2 seconds won't make a difference. It's a whole process to decontaminate yourself effectively and fast, and part of that process is having all the gear nearby ready to go. And because all that gear is incredibly expensive, the Army prefers to keep it locked up and safe.
pic semi-related. All we really exist for is to clear people when they PCS/ETS. This is on my office door.

>>14384
Not really my area, as far as being captured goes. I've never been captured or had training outside of "Hey, don't talk to the bad guys if they capture you."
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Bombastus !RZEwn1AX62!!xXxJO70U - Mon, 04 Jul 2016 02:55:12 EST ID:ocghfRom No.14391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14385
>NIOSH filters
>couple hours
Yeah, that's what it is. I suppose I've just never needed to stay in a chlorinated environment for more than 5 minutes MAX. The masks are great for that but not when you need to stay for much longer.

nb


Apocolyptical by George Hubbleson - Mon, 10 Feb 2014 02:29:44 EST ID:k9LwtIKh No.12686 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apocalypse music, what will you be listening to at the end of the world?

http://youtu.be/pLK9OtK6vfY
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Eliza Clinnerspear - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 22:11:49 EST ID:i6g4yRlY No.13801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12686

Apocalypse now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASXDA3YU04I
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Fucking Fuvingstone - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 21:15:11 EST ID:rwXVvcxy No.13810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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likely this
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Polly Trotspear - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 21:28:26 EST ID:or5MvbmI No.13813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Obviously obvious.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2GVOqG5jWs
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Isabella Bruckletut - Sun, 08 May 2016 12:59:50 EST ID:IsBTN3iB No.14353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cute music for what once was a cute world.
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Emma Huttingbot - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 00:46:36 EST ID:/T7/OOAC No.14383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Either Nujabes- Counting Stars or Dave Brubeck Quartret- Bluette (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-tTmSY4m4M and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoKmh1S6qnc respectively)


Post Apocalyptic Fuel Sources by Bombastus !RZEwn1AX62!!xXxJO70U - Sun, 27 Mar 2016 14:02:37 EST ID:rp/0dnfG No.14327 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Besides octane, what can modern ICEs handle? Hexane? Heptane? Toluene?
How would you treat these (normally) industrial solvents so that they don't bump? Would you even bother?
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Nell Dessleville - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 20:34:36 EST ID:QTcO33c8 No.14339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14327
Good ol' water.

Alternator pumps out electric current which is used for electrolysis in a HHO cell to produce fuel on demand.
Fairly easy to build them yourself, or if you're not the DIY type, Dodge even has a from the factory HHO truck, I'd assume other manufactures also produce HHO vehicles.
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Esther Backlecocke - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 19:58:12 EST ID:OnHtQarc No.14375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Apart from fake physically impossible bullshit...

Gasoline engines can be adapted to run on ethanol. AFAIK many European cars are already adapted to run on E85, which is 85% ethanol.

diesel engines can run on many fuels with little to no modification. They can run on many different kinds of vegetable-based oils.
Rapeseed oil used to be a common substitute for diesel in my country because of high fuel taxes. (Bonus: the exhaust smells like someone cooking up french fries kek :) )

provided you have the ability to grow plants that produce oil and the machinery to extract said oil, you'll have a stable and versatile fuel source on your hands that you can use for vehicles, electricity and pouring on your salad.


How do you plan to deal with fukushima radiation issues? by Martha Donkinput - Sat, 13 Oct 2012 12:34:41 EST ID:cWKwQUx8 No.9859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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As you know fukushima nuclear power plant 4 is sinking nto grownd and is melting down, it can collapse and wipe out entire earth's population with termendous amount of radiation that gonna last for 300+ years....
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Eugene Bullygold - Wed, 04 Jun 2014 23:37:22 EST ID:qZOvsh6U No.13110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm going to hope the meek inherit the world.
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Charlotte Ginnerkine - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 01:38:33 EST ID:cBi54n/s No.13114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13093

>>Don't believe these fear-mongers, especially if they're trying to sell you iodine pills.

Especially considering Potassium Iodide is what protects the thyroid from absorbing Iodine-131.
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Cyril Dinkinhurk - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 12:51:18 EST ID:g6FMjWHI No.13116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm going to ignore it and hopefully acclimate to new conditions.
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Sidney Gablinghood - Thu, 12 Jun 2014 17:35:36 EST ID:q0nGICUi No.13135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thorium
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Barnaby Tillingham - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 15:24:29 EST ID:xXF6sSzF No.14374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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there's so much fear-porn on media and internet in general, that it would take a very mentally impaired person to keep watching it and 'keep track' who did what in what country and who did what in response to this or that....and from the viewpoint of average citizen, there isn't much to do anyway....whole EU countries are living the crisis and no rioting/protests are doing much of anything....people are growing awareness yeah, but it would take entire world to come together and do something about it, and even then this idea is just a theory sold on hope...
shit does not look good, so all i can do is just eat my food, wash my dishes and enjoy the view....sad, but what can you really do when it all goes down ////


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