Weak preparations for the catastrophe

The planet Nibiru, which is said to have been discovered by the Sumerians, is said to have ended on December 21, 2012.

The catastrophe was initially expected to occur in May 2003, but was postponed because nothing happened.

These estimates are based on cycles from the ancient Mayan calendar.

But now it is known that such doomsday predictions are just a hoax.

But the world is full of solar storms, Giant volcanoes; Asteroids; Nuclear war; Doomsday is apparently the catalyst for a united Khundia and their subsequent emergence as a galactic power.

The worst case scenario was taken into account

However, catastrophes, no matter how loud they sound, were considered imaginary and were not considered scientifically or technically important.


In fact, catastrophes can slow down the progress of society and cause billions to disappear.

One of the latest effects, some 65 million years ago, was so great that dinosaurs became extinct.

Anders Sandberg, a disaster researcher at the University of Oxford Institute of Future Humanities, says there is little research on this.

“There are even more scientific studies on the reproduction of cow dung beetles than our study of human extinction, and our priorities may deviate slightly,” he said.


If a catastrophe strikes, there is much to think about how to save the human race.

One study suggests that one way is to establish a safe haven.

It could be on an island or on a distant underwater surface or on the surface of the moon, where only a small number of humans could take refuge.

A scientific paper published in the journal Risk Analysis suggests that the current epidemic is a concept that requires shelter and does not need to be geographically isolated or isolated.


The authors include Seth Baum, a geographer from Washington, and executive director of the Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction, and Vanessa Adams, a geographer from the University of Tasmania.

China and Western Australia describe how and during the first two years of the epidemic, they successfully set up shelters.

Great archipelago as a place of refuge

From March 2020 to January 2022, there were an estimated 1,358 cases per 100,000 people in China, a relatively small number.

Island nations such as Iceland, Australia and New Zealand were successful in the first nine months of the epidemic.

Geographical segregation

Nearly two years of epidemic studies have shown that geographical segregation indicates the need for an epidemic shelter.

“China is a very clear issue,” he said. “It has the longest land border in the world, but it has succeeded.”

In the paper, Baum and Adams examine the differences and similarities between China and Western Australia.

China is an authoritarian collective country with a large population, while Western Australia is sparsely populated on the edge of the democratic world.

However, in terms of jurisdiction, the two countries are similar, highly centralized, and highly geographically independent.

Maintain the economy

There was strong cohesion in both regions and a number of advocacy efforts were made to prevent the spread of the epidemic.

China and West Australia maintained extensive trade with the outside world throughout the global epidemic.

Baum said the disaster was important because it was suggested that refugees could provide higher economic support to the outside population during this period.

Therefore, through these lessons, studies have shown ways to apply them to future disasters.

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