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PostSubject: Doomsday Shelter   Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:19 pm

Doomsday Shelter Owners Hope For The Best, Prepare For The Worst (August 8, 2011)
When people look back on the period of 2011 and 2012, they may remember it as a time when the world was supposed to end.That's assuming, of course, that the world doesn't actually end.Fact is, these times are rife with doomsday predictions, be it Harold Camping's failed end-times prediction this past May to his updated doomsday date of Oct. 21.You may prefer to fret about Dec. 21, 2012, when the Mayan calendar runs out, and then there are those dubious rumors that Comet Elenin could hit Earth as early as Sept. 11. Even though world is as likely to end on these dates as it was on previous end-of-the-world dates (meaning it won't), there is no reason not to prepare for the worst, right? That's the thinking of "John," a business consultant in Colorado, who has spent the last five years building a doomsday shelter just in case there is a calamity of biblical proportions.

(...) "To be honest, we consider it more of a safe room," John said. "My builder, Joe Campo, dug next to the home and created a tunnel that leads to the shelter. He covered it in dirt and basically extended our home. "The shelter, which cost around $300,000, is big enough to keep John's wife and two kids safe and snug from nuclear war, tornadoes and, hopefully, telemarketers for up to 30 days."We stocked it with food," he said. "But we rotate it. If you're going to spend 30 days inside, you better have food you like."WATCH: Not only does the home have state-of-the-art filtration systems for air and water, but John says Campo "saw into the future" and installed filters to protect against electromagnetic frequencies. According to Campo, who is also currently racing to build several of state-of-the-art floating Noah's Ark-style survival shelters by 2012 on 80 acres of property in Alamosa County, Colorado, EMFs are the unsung doomsday danger. "This is a very serious issue. NASA has recently published information warning the people that they forecast severe solar storms for 2012 and 2013," Campo said by email. "It shows a strange scenario of a gigantic solar storm or solar flare breaching our magnetic sphere, torching a satellite. It appears to be prophetic in nature and is open to interpretation." CLIP
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