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Survivalism is becoming a thing for America's rich.
An earthship is an off-grid home that produces its own energy, captures its own water, treats its own wastewater, grows its own food and passively collects the sun's energy for heat. That's the idea, anyways. But ever since the Kinney Earthship was built in the summer of 2014, Duncan Kinney has received many emails about one particular subject: how does it hold up so far north?
If you aren't bracing yourself for the end of the world on December 21, you're scouting zombie-proof bunkers for the apocalypse, right? Well, whether you think you're prepared or not for the return of the dead, we've got news for you. If you can survive the mall on Boxing Day, we're pretty confident you could survive a zombie apocalypse. Here are five tips to surviving a zombie apocalypse Boxing Day at the mall.
Got Doomsday on the brain? Given that this Friday may or may not be the end of the world, you'd be forgiven if you do. So
Conspiracy theorists say the world will actually end on the darkest day, the winter solstice, December 21, 2012. So, like, next week, we could be toast. There are a number of ways in which the world as we know it could end, not with a bang or with a whimper.
Being Canadian, my country is An Inconvenient Proof; with King Harpernicus now at the center of our little corner of the universe if we can dig it, cut it, drain it and ship it, we will.