Survival is not a luxury reserved for the rich
Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 18, 2011
Natural disasters, terrorist attacks and civil unrest happen without much advance warning. For years bomb shelters have been American’s, and much of the civilized world’s emergency plan for disaster. With the recent influx of tsunami’s, tidal waves, earthquakes and floods many are becoming more wary of the government’s ability to protect everyone. Security expert David Morris has done his part to ease these fears by training individuals in the lost art of self-sufficient survival. Morris has just launched free plans for do-it-yourself bomb shelters. Users can get them at how to build a bomb shelter.
While the idea of a bomb shelter sounds like a holdover from the days of World War II, radio talk show host Glenn Beck has built a bomb shelter, as well as Senator John Boehner. Glenn Beck explains to his readers that his bomb shelter has a basement in case the bomb shelter is not enough. Mr. Beck is preparing for 'the coming apolocalypse.' There is even a website now that will explain how to build a bomb shelter. Survival expert David Morris thinks others should build one, too. Morris the creator of the Urban Survival Newsletter website has made it his life’s work to help others prepare for and survive disasters.
“Survival is not a luxury reserved for the rich,” said Morris “With advanced planning, people can make a bomb shelter that will help them survive almost anything.” Since he feels so strongly about this, he has made available three tested plans that will help most homeowners build a bomb shelter that can withstand the worst that Mother Nature or people can dish out. To get these plans, go to how to build a bomb shelter
These plans do not explain how to stock a basement with canned food, ropes and knives. While a basement may offer some protection during the initial disaster, most aren’t built to protect against what happens afterwards, such as lawlessness or airborne toxins. What sets apart a true bomb shelter from a basement hideaway is this:
It was built specifically to protect people in a household in the event of a disaster, whether natural or human made.
That’s what sets Morris’ plan apart from other survival plans—it is a specific plan on how to build a bomb shelter that isn’t complicated or a long-term construction project that disrupts everyday life. Yet, once the bomb shelter is finished and stocked, people can rest easy knowing that their loved ones will be safe when the unthinkable occurs.
To learn more about modern survival methods, go to David Morris’ website: urban survival