Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest opens an emergency triage to care for the increased number of people with flu-like symptoms. “If we can remove them from the main ED and put them in environment where everyone is masked and everyone can be protected, it’s safer for them and certainly safer for the staff,” said Terry Burger, hospital director of infection control.
Vladimir Manyuhin starts with original snapshots and then adds digital decay and overgrowth to depict what well-known places on earth would look like after an apocalypse. For more head over to The Daily Mail. Otherwise more pics below the fold… Continue reading →
Wyoming state representatives have voted to create a doomsday government task force in the event the state must self-sufficiently operate during a national economic or political collapse.
Passing on its first reading Friday, House Bill 85 would permit an investigation on issues like alternative currency, food distribution, a possible state military draft, and obtaining military aircraft. The bill faces two more House votes before it goes to the Senate for approval.
‘To put your head in the sand and think that nothing bad’s going to happen, and that we have no obligation to the citizens of the state of Wyoming to at least have the discussion, is not healthy,’ Rep Lorraine Quarberg, a Republican of Thermopolis said according to the Casper Star Tribune.
News of Wyoming’s economic doomsday preparations comes on the heels of a report released Friday that found that the United States may hit the $16.4 trillion debt ceiling “sooner than expected — and possibly around the November election.”
Alright guys, I know V-Day is coming up fast, and you’re probably desperate for some ideas, so Chef is going to fill you in on what to give your Valentine for this special occasion without sacrificing your man card. Follow the simple step-by step directions below to create your very own Z-Poc inspired love letter, and then follow the link attached to the bacon roses picture for instructions on how to make these delicious looking treats.
Zombie Apocalypse Inspired Love Letter
You will need:
2 pieces of high quality black colored paper.
1 white or silver colored sharpie or gel marker.
A box of chocolates or her favorite candy
Our sole purpose here at Don’t Get Bit is to educate the masses about not only the INEVITABLE zombie apocalypse but how to SURVIVE said Zombie Apocalypse. What better way to reach out to the non-zombie aware people out there than to create a beautiful trifold brochure! This is just the first draft and I am counting on all of you to help make this the most epic trifold brochure ever. So feel free to download the FREE PDF and check it out. Make sure to leave some comments if I misspelled anything or any tweeks that you may think it needs. Please forward it on to anyone that you think might need some help in getting prepared for the ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE! I am going to print about 10,000 of these so let’s make sure it’s right!
All of us at Don’t Get Bit are dedicated to recognizing the signs of the Zombie Apocalypse and are trying our best to keep you informed of them. We always say that it might not be Zombies that kill us… it might also be… S.S.O.U.S’s… SOLAR STORMS OF UNUSUAL SIZE!
Sky watchers will be hoping for clear skies today because particles from a recent solar storm will slam into Earth and produce amazing Northern Lights, or auroras. On the downside, experts expect radio blackouts for a few days, caused by the radiation from the flare – or coronal mass ejection (CME) – causing magnetic storms. The flare is part of a larger increase in activity in the Sun, which runs in 11-year cycles. It is expected to peak around 2013.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center wrote: ‘Category G1 (Minor) geomagnetic storms are expected 28 and 29 December due to multiple coronal mass ejection arrivals. R1 (Minor) radio blackouts are expected until 31 December.’ Devices that depend on radio waves include GPS systems, radios and mobile phones.
We here at Don’t Get Bit don’t discriminate between apocalypses. If you’re ready for the Zombie Apocalypse then you’re ready for anything! Only a year is left before Dec. 21, 2012, when some believe the Maya predicted the end of the world.
The Mayan civilization, which reached its height from 300 A.D. to 900 A.D., had a talent for astronomy. Its Long Count calendar begins in 3,114 B.C., marking time in roughly 394-year periods known as Baktuns. Thirteen was a significant, sacred number for the Mayas, and they wrote that the 13th Baktun ends on Dec. 21, 2012.
The doomsday theories stem from a pair of tablets discovered in the 1960s at the archaeological site of Tortuguero in the Gulf of Mexico state of Tabasco that describe the return of a Mayan god at the end of a 13th period.
Cities and towns in the Mayan region are starting the yearlong countdown on Wednesday. The city of Tapachula on the Guatemalan border will start an 8-foot (2.5-meter) digital clock in its main park to begin the countdown exactly a year before the date.
While some doomsday theorists may suggest putting together survival kits, people in southeastern Mexico, the heart of Maya territory, plan to throw a yearlong celebration. And to make a profit while they party.
If you need to know what to get prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse check out our Zombie Survival Kit!