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A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank

 
Anonymous Coward
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02/27/2010 03:09 PM
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I have made a video talking about future earthquake. I think it will trigger a tsunami. I will be in my safe at that time.





is he retarded? or is that norm for american?
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No. he just got the H1N1 vaccine..... Goofy Thum
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02/27/2010 03:14 PM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
just go to tractor supply and get the largest water sistern they have...i think its about 1500 gallons....perfectly sealed.....you'll get tossed a bit, but when everything settles, you'll be on top of the water in your own boad...then you can cut the opening open larger and have a nice little boat....plenty of room for all you need....

strap yourself to the floor so you dont get tossed...cheap, efficient and failsafe...

Top Notch Idea. This is meant to be leak proof.
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The sistern is a big plastic drum that is sealed. the opening on top is a screw in....you can rig it to screw it tight from the inside....then, you pack your sistern with everything you need, food, water etc....

cant sink..much better than a heavy safe....too many ways to get trapped OP...
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02/27/2010 04:09 PM
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I am advising any hawaiian who has constructed one of my safe capsules to get inside NOW!!!! Make sure your oxygen tanks are good to go!!
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02/27/2010 09:08 PM
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I am advising any japanese who has constructed one of my safe capsules to get inside NOW!!!! Make sure your oxygen tanks are good to go!!
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02/27/2010 09:10 PM
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Re: 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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Idiot.

and how do you know where your safe will end up? What if it ends up face down and you're unable to open the door? What if you end up at the bottom of the ocean?


Doesn't matter though. The types of tsunamis you're thinking off will CRUSH that safe.
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03/09/2010 01:48 PM
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Here us what I'm thinking:

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yoda wtf
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Awesome, OP! pigbounce
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03/09/2010 02:06 PM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
Why make it so difficult on yourself? Do like this dude in New Zealand and use your brain for something inventive.

[link to www.wimp.com]
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03/09/2010 02:45 PM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
This is definitely scary stuff, OP. Do you have family and/or friends you can prepare with? Good to have someone close by to make plans.
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03/09/2010 02:52 PM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
how about a floating safe that the properties of the alien technology of 1947 UFO tin foil...
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03/09/2010 03:07 PM
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congress is passing a bill to ris red ride in fresh water ways. . these red tide started after clean water act was passed. PS run off from industrials decades ago killed algae dead in local strong water ways.
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
POSTER ADVISORY:

WATCH OP'S VIDEO BEFORE COMMENTING...AND THEN GO EASY.
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POSTER ADVISORY:

WATCH OP'S VIDEO BEFORE COMMENTING...AND THEN GO EASY.
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Forgot link to video:

[link to www.youtube.com]
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03/09/2010 03:16 PM
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i did watch his video...he really needs to be talked out of his idea.....i think he will do it.
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03/09/2010 03:19 PM
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[link to www.winslowliferaft.com]
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03/09/2010 03:41 PM
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i did watch his video...he really needs to be talked out of his idea.....i think he will do it.
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I'm not telling you not to.
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03/09/2010 04:59 PM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
Safe. Um no.

Barrel - maybe.

Not just any barrel, it has to be a barrel made of steel - welded steel in a barrel shape.

You also need to think of flotation - so make it a double walled barrel with spray foam insulation between both walls.

The exterior needs to have rubber on it. Think Tug boats with old tires attached so they can push against ship hulls without damaging their own hull.

Oxygen tanks may sound like a good idea, but no you do not want to pressurize the barrel - it will burst... eventually. Instead you need to think of a CO2 scrubber - something that removes the CO2, leaving the pressure about the same.

If you do a double hulled barrel shaped 'pod' you will have the advantage of the barrel shape to help prevent the pod being sucked down in maelstroms (whirl-pools). The barrel shape has been proven to be very effective.

Have your supplies, water, sewage, CO2 scrubbers on one side which becomes the 'floor'. While the waves are flowing your barrel will roll and pitch and yaw something awful, but as long as you have all the weight on one 'side' the tendency will be for the barrel to right itself in calmer waters.


Figure you will be in your barrel for a good 20 months - so carry lots of drinking water an think recycling water. Of course storage of wastes and of course (at the very least) 2 years of food.

So this barrel is getting a bit larger...
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03/09/2010 05:20 PM
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i've always thought how cool it would be to ride out the apocalypse in a hot air balloon. of course i'd have a raft for when i ran out of hot air. what a view i'd have!!!
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10/20/2010 12:45 PM
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still alive op?
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Muahahaha!!!


I got to rate this thread 5 stars again!!!
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11/21/2010 11:23 AM
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Re: 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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 667950

This world will be destroyed by fire. Not water. better to read old prophecies. SU was tested. Survived. Not the case of US.
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11/21/2010 12:15 PM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
thought about this before.

a large plastic barrel made of fiberglass that you
enter from the top. Designed to keep you upright.
Bouancy is key, you don't want to be under anything.
for any amount of time.

The hatch seals to barrel with a valve that can be opened
to get air from outside when stable on the waters surface.
A long extended tube on the top would prevent water from splashing in, a snorkel type fixture.

Would never work on the coastline but inland you would
be able to escape the flooding and stay on top of the
water.

Supplies would be limited but you could incorporate
other sealed barrels to your life pod that would make
you safer and more stable as far as floating on the
surface is concerned.

this is doable and within reasonable cost.
it would work but who knows what you would be
dealing with after.
Anonymous Coward
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11/21/2010 12:17 PM
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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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unless the safe is planted door side down on the ground of the ocean floor
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03/24/2011 10:39 AM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
Genius op...pure genius.
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03/24/2011 10:42 AM
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Here us what I'm thinking:

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laugh
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rofl
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Re: 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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PMSL...........fucking hell my stomach hurts :)
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03/24/2011 10:50 AM
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Here us what I'm thinking:

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laugh
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rofl
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lololololololololololol.......ive pissed my pants........lololololol
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03/24/2011 11:09 AM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
straight oxygen can b very explosive - I would recommend going with a rebreather:

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Do u understand the effects the pressure will have on the safe? Look into it, u may have a little problem getting the door open.

If u have not, I would suggest taking at least a basic diving class.

Buy a submersible, but there pricy:

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Re: 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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 667950


the bitch will be under a hundred feet of mud and no way out. You need enough warning to launch a balloon cause such a shift means short term major instability. You have to stay up for days
Worry is a misuse of the imagination.
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03/24/2011 11:25 AM
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Re: A Large Safe and an Oxygen Tank
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..
 Quoting: Operative


A strong plastic pod with 5 levels ,air in between,that floats below water level?

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