You would be suprised, a council house I went in to this day has a stocked nuke bunker with toys for kids nappies, air filters and government communications to this day, so the select fiew can survive the blast and organise the ash into orderly piles . I imagine it's the same all over the country in civil centres.I find those 'end of days survival bunkers' mentally offensive.
I do not want to think that even in a 'situation' we would start behaving like savages.
I want to believe we would start cooperating for best possible chance of survival.
If that does not happen I am happy to join the crowd in Purgatory.
Our house here is built like a shelter. Reinforced steel shell. Hardened double glass with reinforcing plastic between. Steel doors ( encased in a wooden cladding).
Apparently that's a load of nonsense. They definitely didn't find a nuclear bunker at my local council offices when they knocked it down. It was just a 'sinkhole' apparentlyI imagine it's the same all over the country in civil centres.
That thought of being locked in occurred to me too. I do like the type housing you're describing thoughI'd be too paranoid that someone would lock the door from the outside. I'd prefer something in the earthship mould, built into a hillside at the back but with nice big windows facing the sun at the front for a good hydroponic setup.
We visited friends in Switzerland last year and all the houses there had to have bunkers, they were just built into the house. Extra thick walls, air purifying system, huge steel doors and windows etc. The rule is that the room has to be abelto be cleared and occupied within 30 minutes and tehy can stop by at any time to check...
Blimey, talk about services being unevenly ditributed, we get a bunker, Wales gets a hole.Apparently that's a load of nonsense. They definitely didn't find a nuclear bunker at my local council offices when they knocked it down. It was just a 'sinkhole' apparently