Archive for November, 2011

Post-apocalyptic penthouses?

Posted: 27th November 2011 by Max Plissken in Uncategorized

The Vivos company, run by Robert Vicino, is in the process of constructing a series of massive underground shelters which can allegedly withstand the effects of multiple apocalyptic scenarios for up to a year.  The shelters are designed to be deep underground and completely sealed from outside incursion/infection. They will stock sufficient supplies for one year […]

It slices, it dices – it protects you from the horde!

Posted: 27th November 2011 by Max Plissken in Zombie Outbreak

This year saw the design and publication of the “Vagabond Mobile Safe House Device” (v.MSHD). Unlike many conceptual zombie shelters, which are based on a massive scale, the Vagabond is designed to be easily portable by one person and able to be erected in 3 minutes. The Vagabond is a passive defense structure, intended to keep a few people safe […]

Alien tech used to make natural disasters

Posted: 26th November 2011 by Max Plissken in Alien Invasion

Well… we… I… you’re not going to believe this. We all know the risk posed by invading aliens. And we all understand the threat of natural catastrophes such as earthquakes and tsunamis, yes? These are hazards which we live with. But what if the two dangers were both part of an insidious plot to keep […]

Superbugs evolving from resistant to impervious

Posted: 26th November 2011 by Max Plissken in Superbug Pandemic

Vast overuse of antibiotic medication is rapidly leading to the appearance of superbugs which render human treatments not just less efficient, but completely ineffective. According to the World Health Organisation, the growing impotence of antibiotics is one of the top 3 health problems currently facing planet Earth (zombie infestation is not listed but may have been […]