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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

We hit peak oil yet?

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- Sat, 27 Feb 2016 18:43:48 EST Hp5DCDZZ No.14307
File: 1456616628267.jpg -(250685B / 244.81KB, 475x822) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. We hit peak oil yet?
But really though are we on the downward side of the oil production curve even with at least in the states shockingly low prices for the first time in almost a decade?
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Phyllis Shittingson - Mon, 28 Mar 2016 11:39:48 EST JEIVDxQ5 No.14329 Reply
>>14307
While pursuing an Environmental Studies degree, I was told by a professor that we had reach peak oil.
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Graham Sicklestock - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 02:43:00 EST tMuLFz0E No.14342 Reply
>>14329
From what I understand the US, UK, and Russia have all reached peak oil, however lots of the world hasn't yet. Still though, I think that's because oil companies include shale oil they get from fracking, which in the long run doesn't work out. Long story short if peak oil isn't here already, it's coming real fuckin soon. (Source: uni ES classes)
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Ebenezer Blythebury - Sun, 22 May 2016 06:52:27 EST qL7Ms3ZA No.14363 Reply
>>14342
seems like environmentalists really think we hit the point of no return.

Cataclysm: DDA

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- Sat, 12 Jul 2014 01:37:53 EST bdX/n4MD No.13245
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Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead is like a mashup of Zomboid, Fallout, and Neo Scavenger, as a Roguelike.

Horribly complex, like it makes Nethack look like Hunt The Wumpus.
Also, it seems to be ALL OF THE APOCALYPSES. AT ONCE. Nukes, zombies, aliens, robots, H.P. Lovecraft shit, even motherfucking triffids.
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Nell Cillyshaw - Thu, 05 May 2016 09:11:29 EST I0ilaM+p No.14351 Reply
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UnReal World is kind of similar, a survival Roguelike.
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Ebenezer Baddlehatch - Thu, 12 May 2016 07:09:51 EST qL7Ms3ZA No.14357 Reply
>>14351
How is this game? Ive seen it floating around for awhile now but I've been hesitant to buy in.

It all begins with aluminum cans.

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- Sun, 11 May 2014 04:18:34 EST WNTupW74 No.13043
File: 1399796314676.jpg -(64150B / 62.65KB, 452x364) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. It all begins with aluminum cans.
Dumpster Divers are just the vanguards of our post-apocalyptic future. Yes/No?
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William Facklegold - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 01:23:43 EST 47icL5lc No.14262 Reply
>>14251
yes, housing in missoula is also a bit pricy. it's possibly the biggest downfall, i would definitely look around to make sure you get the best for your money, unless you go some other route for shelter.
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Hannah Ponningpat - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 01:27:39 EST 5MWecnFV No.14263 Reply
>>14251
GMO seeds have RFID chips in them to be baked into the bread

>fun fact of the Internet (new world order) number 117
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Oliver Bammerway - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 15:01:32 EST wU85klcQ No.14347 Reply
>>13159
I've always wondered why the go-to for tiny meme houses is shipping containers instead of dumpsters. Shipping containers are surprisingly expensive, and you have to call a manufacturer of them to get one since shipping companies re-use them until they fall apart.

Dumpsters, though, fuck it. Go to a demolition site and just steal one. They have wheels, even! And they're thicker-walled, and not that small. Even smaller dumpsters for apartment buildings and restaurants would make decent shelters if you got a few of them and joined them somehow, and you can transport them much more easily.

What apocalypse

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- Mon, 15 Feb 2016 16:00:07 EST AUWX+K/I No.14295
File: 1455570007944.jpg -(33255B / 32.48KB, 500x333) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What apocalypse
Causes the sky and fog to turn red?

I heard it was the moon theory apocalypse.
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Alice Bunspear - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 22:09:03 EST DPo5jv5U No.14337 Reply
>>14295
Dude that's just a sunset you paranoid chuckleducks
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TheLoneWanderer - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 07:39:22 EST dtmD9KVd No.14338 Reply
"when there is no more room in hell. The dead will walk the earth"
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Jenny Greenshaw - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 21:33:56 EST FlS+eCMV No.14349 Reply
>>14338
"when Shinnok corrupts the lifeforce of Earthrealm, the Jinsei, my dick hurts"

How will you live?

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- Wed, 03 Feb 2016 10:28:58 EST 1DzpQVcD No.14285
File: 1454513338100.jpg -(88874B / 86.79KB, 1000x673) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How will you live?
I just finished watching The Road and The Postman. Alright /fo/ Your country along with the rest of the world is fucked. No way around it, people starving, rape killing, cannibalism, rouge bands of outlaws, militia groups, little to no gasoline. Just a cluster fuck. Assuming money is worthless and bartering is the norm.

I would probably join a militia of sorts, maybe as an officer. I have guaranteed food shelter and water and surrounded by people who want to protect themselves and what little they have.
> spend my days patrolling our on horse back with an AR and a pistol on my hip.
> stop and talk to people
> ask them if they need anything(food water blankets)
> ride around in a posse and scrounge for supplies
> on my off time I toil in my garden
> run a distillery
> grow a few pot plants for recreational smoking
> live like 1800's frontier America.

So what is your overall plan to survive? Fuck off into the woods and live off the land? Travel from place to place trading? Have a good community to be with for protection?
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Jarvis Siddlehark - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 19:48:06 EST 5BNVKeh1 No.14334 Reply
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>>14285
>go to harbour
>find nice sailing yacht
>load it up with tinned food, medicine, vegetable seeds, chickens and tight teenage girls
>sail to an island a decent distance away from the coast
>build log cabin, build farm, fuck jailbait
Thankfully I grew up on a farm and I also know how to sail, I'm thinking that in a post-apocalyptic scenario with very little gasoline not many outlaws would be wasting their precious guzzoline roaming open waters looking for people to rape and pillage, I'm also think few if any bandits would know how to sail a ship
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Jarvis Siddlehark - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 19:53:22 EST 5BNVKeh1 No.14335 Reply
>>14322
>I'm pretty sure this is just the description of how democratic society is formed in general

It's very close to it, anthropologists believe that the first democratic societies were nomadic warrior cultures such as Scythians, Mongols and Cossacks where soldiers would vote as to who they wanted to be their commanding officers
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Hannah Pittridge - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 04:05:04 EST u+574orW No.14336 Reply
>>14334
I have the same skills and desires
If shtf, post here and youve got yourself a buddy
>have boat
>have freinds(they fit your prerequisites)
>will travel

Here's how a post apocalyptic world would look like..

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- Sat, 26 Oct 2013 10:00:58 EST 7Ot9CfaI No.11984
File: 1382796058587.jpg -(124708B / 121.79KB, 605x404) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Here's how a post apocalyptic world would look like..
It's kinda.. beautiful...
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Henry Fodgenid - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 06:51:31 EST Hp5DCDZZ No.14298 Reply
>>13814
probably cause there never really will be a good alternative. Read the Long Emergency man and understand just how utterly fucked we are at this point. Likely it'll be a long painful shrinking of infrasctructure that leads to a more stable point of living that doesn't require massive energy inputs. All the while toxins we made now will be fucking with the genetic make up of generations to come not to mention plagues and god knows what else.
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Graham Pangerspear - Thu, 25 Feb 2016 19:23:08 EST 8AYQJ2rC No.14305 Reply
>>13814
Well it's all about short term profits.

Exxon first cottoned on to climate change in 1981 if you want to know how long it's been a thing. Obviously they reacted as any company could and ploughed money into denial even as they knew it was true. Tinfoil would be saying there's anything beyond selfish greed on the part of old men behind it. Climate change has been a thing a long time. It was accepted as truth in the early 90s in most places. As I said though, the oil company board rooms knew long before that.

Every day carry

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- Mon, 14 Mar 2016 17:58:12 EST u+574orW No.14317
File: 1457992692241.jpg -(867445B / 847.11KB, 2046x1626) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Every day carry
What do you have on you at all times? If shtf this second, you had to live out of your pockets from the side of a road or the basement of a collapsed building
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Whitey Murdville - Fri, 18 Mar 2016 08:17:04 EST dtmD9KVd No.14321 Reply
A backpack with a multiple head screwdriver, a bag of protein powder, vitamins, a can of mixed nuts, a book on entropy, bottle of ibuprofen, bottle of prescription antacids, albuterol inhaler (never used), fresh chapstick, a heavy knife, a sharpener, glass bottle of water, a power only usb cable, a car/120 outlet plug, a pen light, a pen, a pencil case with pencils, spare laces, metric and standard allen keys, a wristwatch, loose change (the money), a folder full of personal effects, a passport, an empty tic tac case with AA batteries, paper for drawing, printed fiction I wrote, a connect the dots book, a notebook with personal writing and work notes, lots of scrap paper and some garbage like wrappers. I also can't forget the hard case with my firewood vaporizer, my allin1E with some weed.
I have on me my wallet, said knife, more chapstick, the pen and light and my phone.

Every day i have this shit on me. I just tend to hoard what I think I might need throughout the day.

Underrail

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- Sun, 17 Jan 2016 05:35:44 EST gBM0DAOk No.14254
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This looks like a real love-song to Fallout 1 and 2.
Isometric like a BAWS, and I like how instead of Pip-Boy VGA graphics, you use an amber interface that looks like early Windows.
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Edward Blerringbitch - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 06:14:44 EST FQgH3PbT No.14297 Reply
>>14292
I THINK IT'S A STUPID FUCKING NAME FOR MONEY

THE RIVER STYX ARE YOU SHITTING ME

FUCK YOU, SHARON
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Polly Hinnerfotch - Thu, 03 Mar 2016 17:33:08 EST LRD+M/Zw No.14309 Reply
I liked it but I didn't get that far into it. Do you ever get party members or is the whole game just you on your lonesome?

Civil war BOB contents???????

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- Thu, 28 Jan 2016 03:34:04 EST u+574orW No.14273
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Im a time traveler that can travel to other dimensions. In this one, im in the old west and the world is ending. But i have wifi. Recently i started wondering what in creation one would grab in the civil war era to 1880s if the SHTF? I was picturing mason jars of water, surplus knapsacks, bear traps, tents and spare boots. Not sure if this should go in History or here, so i guess here is best bet. Any bushmen out there, throw in your opinions. Feel free to quote marston from reddead.
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Walter Munkinville - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 05:55:35 EST u+574orW No.14296 Reply
Leather working tools
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Edwin Civingbanks - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 01:54:15 EST 6TI3T6L2 No.14300 Reply
>>14283
i always thought they were worn to keep the bugs away from your face
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Augustus Turveyspear - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 19:27:16 EST u+574orW No.14304 Reply
>>14300
Thats what wiki says but it seems like it would be less annoying to just let the bugs have thier rough sex on your eyes and lips

Let's Imagine....

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- Fri, 22 Mar 2013 19:25:32 EST 4Zl7w78A No.10969
File: 1363994732027.jpg -(800726B / 781.96KB, 1280x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Let's Imagine....
Let's have a thread where we pose others a /fo/ situation and they have to think and respond realistically with what they would do. You have all your real life gear,BoB,whatever to use when responding.

It could help prepare people and open peoples minds up and maybe change a few shopping lists.



Your single partner you've been traveling with has just been shot in the lower stomach area, you don't know what kind of round it is yet. You are in a somewhat barren city block. A group of at least 3 hostile people with weapons are moving in towards you from about 200meters. You both manage to duck around a corner and you lay your friend down in an alleyway.
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Cedric Sinningludge - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 20:22:42 EST aqp52RHK No.14250 Reply
ALLAHU ACKBAR!

You look out your window at 3 AM and see a group of 1000 Syrian refugees advancing on your neighborhood. Your beautiful fair-skinned wife lies sleeping in the next room. You rush to wake her up, and hear pounding from the front door.

*CRASH!* Your kitchen window is broken in.
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Edward Chunkinbedging - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 00:14:01 EST 5qptw8PM No.14257 Reply
>Agnates from the future teleport to our current time.
>These Agnates teleport into every restroom in the world dressed in full power armor armed.
>They seek their own self annhilation via those responsible for their creation.

,-_-
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Augustus Middlecocke - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 04:51:56 EST l4LLZnia No.14271 Reply
>>14217

>five armed men

That's it? I could literally handle that without having to reload my AR once. For shits, maybe deploy an AEKO tear gas grenade out the window so I can pick them off while they scatter.

You are LARPers

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- Thu, 07 Jan 2016 00:41:16 EST 2Bw6FzbZ No.14246
File: 1452145276269.jpg -(60930B / 59.50KB, 600x338) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. You are LARPers
you all play in the woods and prepare for zombies when the real threat is the government and the corperations that are propagating the global jewish conspiracy
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Fanny Murdwater - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 13:17:40 EST lCurdiqQ No.14247 Reply
>>14246
Nah. I learn about organic gardening, permaculture, "green" building, solar panels and wind generators, and all things self-sustainability and try to practice it the best I can.
:)

Red Moon Happenings...

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- Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:07:40 EST X13CqqpF No.12969
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Has anything happened yet? was meant to be all jewish armaggedon an stuff
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Chaim Danzinger - Wed, 30 Dec 2015 18:11:18 EST wurIwc2I No.14238 Reply
Well, all of the biggest Rabbis in the world agree that we are in the final generation before the Messianic redemption (Ikvet d'moshicha). The Mosaic prophecy recorded in the Holy Zohar that the airev rav (Atheistic, and non-believing Jews) will have control over the holy land has come to fruition (Ask your local "ultra-"-orthodox Rabbi for citation). Another prophecy brought down in Rabbinic literture is that of galut Yishmael, the Israelite exile under the Arab people. The world (Or atleast where there are Jews) will be under complete control, and they will rule for nine months, then the Messiah will be revealed, and all hell will break loose. Im serious, you will be looking for a place to crawl underneath under because of all the mayhem.

Screenshot this.
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Chaim Danzinger - Wed, 30 Dec 2015 18:13:12 EST wurIwc2I No.14240 Reply
>>14239
Though I am certain Edomites/Amalekites are behind the scenes, running things.

Nukemaps

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- Thu, 10 Dec 2015 22:29:44 EST h0a3uqUB No.14227
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So this uses Google to show the effects of different nukes wherever you want.

http://nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/
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Edwin Puppercocke - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 10:21:28 EST ytzYql6e No.14233 Reply
>>14227

The actual relative size of the Tsar Bomba's explosion makes one think maybe the whole "enough nukes to destroy the planet 3 times" thing is kind of overblown.
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William Pegglesot - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 15:50:42 EST axLqkE7y No.14248 Reply
>>14233
It's more there's x times enough nukes to create a life extinguishing fallout I suspect.

Climate change

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- Fri, 16 Oct 2015 13:24:30 EST yA3r1sDb No.14162
File: 1445016270582.jpg -(382111B / 373.16KB, 1000x789) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Climate change
Can we discuss the very real possibility of a future where climate change has caused the apocalypse?

When a bottle of water is worth killing someone over, how will you survive?
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Sidney Blackville - Mon, 30 Nov 2015 13:35:25 EST xXpUBRSx No.14222 Reply
A TV on black Friday is worth killing someone over now a days.

If you have food and water expect to be hunted down.
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Jenny Billingville - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 02:07:12 EST DNvKNoyZ No.14231 Reply
*bang*

See you, cowboys

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