Outlast an Asteroid

If you don’t want to rely on winning the lottery process like in Deep Impact, then you should probably consider having your own underground shelter in case of an asteroid impact. Now you can buy a prefabricated bomb shelter and just bury it somewhere, or you can have a house-like bunker constructed to your specifications on your property!

Disaster Bunkers offers you a hand in the design project and will construct a safe shelter for you and your family that actually looks and feels like a house. If you are going to have to live there for the next ten years or more, you want to be comfortable, right? These bunkers aren’t just stylish though, they offer blast doors and air filtration systems as well.

While the shelter is a good place to start, you have to remember the other basics. You can go ahead and start shopping at Costco or Sam’s Club now, or you can check out OnlineSurvivalSupplies.com. Here you’ll find freeze dried food, ready to eat meals, first aid kits, and hygiene products to keep your family and friends full and fresh.

You’ll also want to think about entertainment. You can only enjoy each other’s conversation for so long before you start to go crazy. Stock up on some old-school board games, decks of cards, puzzles, and maybe coloring books for the little ones. You can try a few electronic travel games, but remember batteries could be better used for necessary survival items.

What else would you stock in your bunker?


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9 Responses to Outlast an Asteroid

  1. Robert March 13, 2012 at 4:13 pm #


  2. Christi March 13, 2012 at 4:27 pm #

    I know space is limited, but being the survivor of an asteroid means you have some responsibility to humankind. So history is not lost, I think it’s important to save books with a variety of artwork, history, philosophy, scientific innovations, mathematics, music, etc. A huge sampling of music from as many cultures as possible would be great! There has to be a hand-cranked power generator that would be perfect for providing power to an old school CD player or an MP3 player. I would also bring several journals and writing implements to record post apocalyptic history.

  3. Jessica March 13, 2012 at 6:26 pm #

    Don’t forget about Man’s Best Friend…

    Water – Check
    Dog Food – Check
    Treats – Check
    Fetch Toy – Check
    Snuggie – Check

  4. Sarah March 13, 2012 at 8:07 pm #

    I would make sure to bring a ton of books to my bunker. There can’t be many things to do in a bunker while waiting for the “cloud” to settle and reading would at least pass the time.

  5. Liam June 9, 2012 at 11:36 pm #

    I landed on this site by mistake, but had to see this post. I sent it to my dad to check out. Thanks!

  6. Maria June 11, 2012 at 4:35 am #

    Just wanted to say thanks for sharing this! Have a good day!

  7. Mani June 19, 2012 at 4:46 pm #

    This is a great post, thanks!


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