With the year 2012 all kinds of Doomsday preppers are coming out of the woodwork coming up with emergency plans and stock piling supplies. The scary part is when engineers, retired service men, doctors and so on becoming Doomsday preppers. It makes you question, do they know things we don't? Secrets the government doesn't want out? I guess, we will never know until the time comes.
Some of their fears make sense. Natural disasters have hit the United States and in the past and other countries. Why is it impossible to happen here in the United States. Most of us who have experienced natural disasters have survived, but not all. Some of the ideas of underground air tight shelters in their homes can be useful in natural disasters.
I do wonder about the psychological effects they are having on their children. Their children will go in either extremes about prepping. They will either be a prepper and totally against it.
It is always good to be prepared for an emergency, so I guess if they feel they need to prep for Doomsday, go ahead. What is it going to hurt being prepared for a disaster, whether it be a tornado, flood or any other major disaster that may occur.
Stalking up some supplies and having emergency plans are always a good idea, but I don't think I could dedicate my life to prepping for Doomsday.