How to survive the end of the world TSUNAMIS, cyclones, raging fires and epidemics. We keep hearing about all the ways the world could implode at any second. But most of us haven`t even thought about preparing for the worst. With natural disasters an inevitability, environmental experts say being ready isn`t just for the paranoid. Melbourne authors Jane Rawson and James Whitmore have co-written The Handbook, a practical guide for surviving the apocalypse, or something close. They say we need to think seriously about these......

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