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A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank

 
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A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
I am modifying a large safe to be a sort of pod that I will be able to survive in when 2012 comes and there are mile high tsunamis. As this massive wave approaches I will lock myself in my padded safe where there are 2 oxygen tanks, food and water. After the massive tsunami hits, I will safely swim up with my inflatable raft and search for dry land.
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Does anyone have any suggestions on improvements or perhaps an opinion if this will work or not?
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What if you end up 100 feet underwater??..

you'll need external flotation devices,remote activated.

What size oxygen tanks??...2 doesn't seem like enough,
you should consider a re-breather/scrubber system for air supply.

A Safe doesn't seem like the best designe for an escape pod,
especially if there are massive tsunamis..

Submit your design and we'll take a look..
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What if you end up 100 feet underwater??..

you'll need external flotation devices,remote activated.

What size oxygen tanks??...2 doesn't seem like enough,
you should consider a re-breather/scrubber system for air supply.

A Safe doesn't seem like the best designe for an escape pod,
especially if there are massive tsunamis..

Submit your design and we'll take a look..
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Well I personally think it's a longshot. But there is 0% of survival otherwise for those who live under sea level.

I don't plan on being in there long. Hopefully there will be enough warming to jump in and seal myself in. After it passes I will immediately take my chances swimming out and up.

I chose a safe because it's going to take a severe beating.
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02/26/2010 01:11 PM
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Lol

Couple of inner tubes under the safe
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02/26/2010 01:12 PM
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it will cause you to die. So I guess in a sense it would work.
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02/26/2010 01:13 PM
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lol, you serious?
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02/26/2010 01:16 PM
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An underwater safe is otherwise known as a submarine.
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I am modifying a large safe to be a sort of pod that I will be able to survive in when 2012 comes and there are mile high tsunamis. As this massive wave approaches I will lock myself in my padded safe where there are 2 oxygen tanks, food and water. After the massive tsunami hits, I will safely swim up with my inflatable raft and search for dry land.
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But you will NEVER find it... wah ha ha ha...!
Hitler was a brilliant man. Just think what he could have done, if he chose to use his intelligence constructively.
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An underwater safe is otherwise known as a submarine.
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Lol

Hope it is air tight
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02/26/2010 01:19 PM
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Don't forget the 30 ton jack system to open your safe door when you are pressurized. Then, don't forget to have it outside, so you when you get you can swim up, don't want to have to navigate up the stairs and down the hall.


Sounds like a great plan, can I buy one? what a great business opportunity you have made for yourself, you should mass market this.
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02/26/2010 01:20 PM
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YOU guys are laughing just as hard as me
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What if you end up 100 feet underwater??..

you'll need external flotation devices,remote activated.

What size oxygen tanks??...2 doesn't seem like enough,
you should consider a re-breather/scrubber system for air supply.

A Safe doesn't seem like the best designe for an escape pod,
especially if there are massive tsunamis..

Submit your design and we'll take a look..


Well I personally think it's a longshot. But there is 0% of survival otherwise for those who live under sea level.

I don't plan on being in there long. Hopefully there will be enough warming to jump in and seal myself in. After it passes I will immediately take my chances swimming out and up.

I chose a safe because it's going to take a severe beating.
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You won't be able to get out,the water pressure will keep you sealed in..

You need to build one of these..

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I will have a small screw inserted into the safe. When it is nearing time for me to escape, I will remove the screw and slowly let the water leak in to neutralize the pressure. THen it should be easy to open the safe once it is completely filled with water.
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OP, I think the safe is the right choice, don't forget to cover the sides with thick padding, so you don't hurt... I mean, so when you are tumbling along you will survive the impacts.
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I will have a small screw inserted into the safe. When it is nearing time for me to escape, I will remove the screw and slowly let the water leak in to neutralize the pressure. THen it should be easy to open the safe once it is completely filled with water.
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Lol!
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I will have a small screw inserted into the safe. When it is nearing time for me to escape, I will remove the screw and slowly let the water leak in to neutralize the pressure. THen it should be easy to open the safe once it is completely filled with water.
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Good idea, don't forget the screwdriver!!
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If your more than just a few feet under water, you're f-ed. The pressure will hold your down rock solid shut.

If you manage a way to open it, and are beyong a couple atmopheres pressure, it will severly damage/kill you.

Solution: Make a bigger bug out kit.
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If your more than just a few feet under water, you're f-ed. The pressure will hold your down rock solid shut.

If you manage a way to open it, and are beyong a couple atmopheres pressure, it will severly damage/kill you.

Solution: Make a bigger bug out kit.
 Quoting: RexKristos

Daahhh, a bug out kit is not going to protect you from the tsunami. You are just jealous you didn't come up with the safe idea.
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
Best Thread Ever!
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Be sure to use air, NOT oxygen. You will go into convulsions at more than 30 ft of water on oxygen. Taking a scuba course would be a good idea.
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02/26/2010 01:29 PM
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I gotta tell you, this HAS to be the funniest thread on the PLANET right now! FYI, I asked the Mods to pin this thread. I'm guessing 10 pages at least! I passed out laughing.
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There is a company that sells "Unsinkable" boats...They are made out of thick foam...They are in Europe...

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I will have a small screw inserted into the safe. When it is nearing time for me to escape, I will remove the screw and slowly let the water leak in to neutralize the pressure. THen it should be easy to open the safe once it is completely filled with water.
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Dont forget the super bubble
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Are taking deposits?
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My biggest fear is I will survive the impact but the safe gets knocked over and lands door facing down. I would then be forever trapped and my safe becomes a tomb.

I am thinking of putting it completely underground with the door facing up. That way when the tsunamis near, i will run out side and jump in the safe. When the door is closed, it is parallel to the ground, maybe a few inches under. This will increase the odds that the safe does not get banged around and I will be able to open the door unless some heavy lands on top if it (i'll take the chance)

I then will slowly let the water sink in, neutralize the pressure, swim up and out with my food, water, and raft.
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02/26/2010 01:32 PM
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shark Don't forget a weapon or two.
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I see a few problems with your idea.

1) if you rae submerged the safe will leak
2) if you are submerged you will struggle to open the door.
3) How the hell do you close a safe fromt he inside?
4) what happens if the safe is lying door down?
4) what happens if something falls on the safe door?
5) Where are you going to store/enter the safe?
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02/26/2010 01:33 PM
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If your more than just a few feet under water, you're f-ed. The pressure will hold your down rock solid shut.

If you manage a way to open it, and are beyong a couple atmopheres pressure, it will severly damage/kill you.

Solution: Make a bigger bug out kit.

Daahhh, a bug out kit is not going to protect you from the tsunami. You are just jealous you didn't come up with the safe idea.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 792204

lolz...actually i have thought about it...only it was gong to be the refrigerator after I threw all the food/shelves out....not much of a plan I know....more of one of those....hey....that could work. chuckle
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My biggest fear is I will survive the impact but the safe gets knocked over and lands door facing down. I would then be forever trapped and my safe becomes a tomb.

I am thinking of putting it completely underground with the door facing up. That way when the tsunamis near, i will run out side and jump in the safe. When the door is closed, it is parallel to the ground, maybe a few inches under. This will increase the odds that the safe does not get banged around and I will be able to open the door unless some heavy lands on top if it (i'll take the chance)

I then will slowly let the water sink in, neutralize the pressure, swim up and out with my food, water, and raft.
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Lol

Your good dawg!
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I BELIEVE IN LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCE. OUR FAMILY IS BOOKING A VACATION TO LASCAUX FRANCE FOR THE HOLIDAY 2012 SEASON, JUST TO PLAY IT SAFE.

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