Going to ground, or underground as the case may be, has been a survival tactic since humans began roaming the earth. The waste management system was a bucket and special bags, or chemicals, and gas masks would have been used to protect you from airborne contaminates. If you have the money and the real estate today, you can build or have built an underground bunker that could in theory, sustain you for years. The bunker cities would have hydroponic growing systems, air purification filters, oxygen generating systems, and UV lights in place to purify the air.
The biggest problem would be fuel for the power generators, because you cannot rely on one method only.
Wind power is another option, but maintenance is a problem, as well as lack of wind, and the systems of course would have to be above ground, creating another dilemma, because someone would have to suit up and go outside with wrench in hand. You cannot live for long anywhere without a food and water system in place to sustain you, and that system must be renewable for long term survival. A so-called stay put shelter would be cost prohibitive for most people, and it would be impossible to build one without neighbors and local authorities knowing about it. An underground bunker, properly constructed, would protect you from a nuclear blast provided you were in the bunker before the blast. Having a bunker that is accessible from inside your home is ideal, but this would require considerable planning and complicated construction methods. You would have to be able to get to any shelter during an attack and of course the closer the better. A bunker would protect you from a tornado and some homes in areas prone to tornados have special bunkers or rooms just for protection from a tornado. A bunker would not provide much protection from an earthquake, but it is possible that after the earthquake you could use it as a shelter.


Underground bunkers would not offer much protection from a flood and the water could even cause your bunker to float to the surface.
Bunkers would protect you from civil unrest as long as there is not a targeted attack against the bunker. I guess it's just as easy to create an A-roof and finish the other side just like the one side to be completely out of the weather. Underground is, and has been, the preferred way to protect humans from aerial bombs, radioactive fallout, from chemical attacks and even from certain biological contaminates.
Even though the bomb shelters constructed during the 1950’s and placed in the backyard were touted as long term shelter options, they really were not for long term survival however. The bunkers would have their own power plants, food production and waste management systems.
Solar is fine as long as there is sunlight, but what happens if a volcano erupts and the ash cloud blocks the sun’s rays. The grocery stores and farmers take care of that for us, but when the stores are shuttered and the wheat and corn fields are charred and the soil contaminated, what would you do, what would we all do. If you run out of food and water and do not have a way of replenishing vital supplies then what do you have. However, if a nearby city was bombed then you move to the bunker for protection from the radioactive fallout.
The bunker apartments that some companies offer may afford you the protection needed, but you still have to get there during an attack. You could be trapped in one however, because of the damage created if you ran to it during the initial shock waves.
Solar panels, wind turbines, and any power generating systems above ground could be vandalized.


The exit could be blocked due to the disaster or blocked by someone or a group, thus, trapping you inside.
You could check for hazards before opening the hatch, so having a camera system in place would be ideal. The shelters were designed to shield the family or a group during bombing raids and from nuclear fallout.
If everyone knows you have a state-of-the-art stand alone stay put shelter, you may get a few knocks on the door during a crisis. However, if the bunker is 200 miles away and a nuclear blast occurs between you and your bunker, where does that leave you? The air filtration system could be overwhelmed quickly, and the fire may very well destroy any above ground power generating systems. You would have to have one constructed with specific disasters in mind, because each one requires specific construction methods to ensure they can withstand the crisis and protect you. Spam on crackers anyone, the food had to be shelf stable, and at the time canned foods were essentially the only option. Also close in one end of the center opening & cover most of the opening with a roof!!!!!!!!!!i»?Robert Patchin: Why build a 3 sided home????



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