Signs of Danger
Okay! You are going to die! I mean, someday, we’re all going to die. What I mean is that there’s a fair chance that you’ll die, if not right now, soon. Again, that could still mean all of us, but wouldn’t it be good to have warnings, so you might maybe finish the journey and see another mad sequela? Great luck!-Good news! All around us are those warning signs — you just need to know what to seek. We’ll talk about some of the lesser-known impending signs of danger in this article.
5. The Animals In Your Neighborhood Go Missing
Are all the good puppies and kitties vanishing from your neighbourhood? It’s probably aliens right off the bat, in which case you’ll just have to ride it out before they have their way with your community. However, if you can rule out extraterrestrial causes, don’t discount that you may be getting ready to die of some sort in a natural disaster.
Of course, at best it is anecdotal that dogs and cats will see the imminent risk of the earthquake days or weeks in advance and brace for their mass evacuation. However, even the “.gov” websites accept that animals that have keener definitions will catch an earthquake wave that humans can not catch and that it happens seconds before the earthquake, which we really feel begins.
So in the case of an earthquake, your pet at least has that going for them, but that three-second hop on stuff actually won’t benefit you too much, seeing as how the average dog will react almost the same way to seeing a squirrel in the front yard. Nevertheless, dogs and cats are not the only creatures, nor are earthquakes the only natural hazards.
At least one species that can determine whether the weather is going to turn lethal has been discovered by scientists. To decide whether a bird called the golden-winged warbler was capable of carrying a tiny backpack transmitter, a postdoctoral researcher named Henry Streby performed what I imagine was the cutest analysis of all time.
He found something unusual when he merged data from the birds. The Great Plains area of the USA was destroyed days before the big supercell storm. Every golden-winged warbler packed his shit up to Florida. All of them as a squad, some of them carrying cute little bags. Last part, I can’t stress enough.
The hypothesis is that they collect something that people do not hear called the “infrasound” – a low-frequency noise from storms. In this case, the sound forced them to flee the area. This was never before seen in birds until then, and it wasn’t until we had been struck by a storm we haven’t seen in decades or even hundreds. So it may not be that animals can not foresee when a natural disaster is about to take place.
Yeah, and because we’re talking about your only friends in life.
4. The Dog Is Sniffing You More Than Usual
What dogs can smell better than people, you know? Everything. For a long time now, a sense of smell was a dog’s superpower. They sniff everything from rockets to cocaine with their highly-tuned honkers. Now they broaden their reach to combat yet another almost unwinnable battle after the War on Terror and the War on Drugs: The War on Cancer.
In cancer cells, chemicals have proven to be able to be identified by some dogs by scent and doctors at the Philadelphia Penn Vet Working Dog Center work to make use of that ability. The final aim is to develop nanotechnology sensors that can detect even the smallest bits of carcinogenic tissue, often as small as 1/100,000th of a paper sheet thickness.
Or, to bring this into the language of the layman, one day we all look back and stop the moment we decided to build the tiny robots, which finally turned us in and brought incurable cancer to all of us. A very good boy named McBaine went around a big wheel with twelve protruding arms in a demonstration of this extraordinary skill seen by a reporter for the New York Times, each carrying a vial of blood plasma, one of which laced with a small amount of cancerous tissue.
Amazingly, the cancerous vial could be identified, and all he wanted in exchange was the opportunity to play a tennis match. The pups particularly know how ovarian and prostate cancer to be sniffed out. Women: If your dog spends a long time with his nose in the baby machine area, get that shit checked.
Men: If your dog sniffs your butt constantly, … Perhaps it’s about being a dog. That’s a lot they do. Either that or you’re on the brink of dying like a legend of tech. Maybe you want someone to look into it. Especially when you know that dogs were able to detect prostate cancer only by sniffing urine in one study, with a 98 per cent accuracy rate.
That’s a higher rate of return than the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test that doctors are using now for early detection of the disease. Sounds super soothing until you know that the likelihood of your dog being right and science concluding otherwise is blowing wide open, making all that purposeful butt-sniffing pointless in the end.
3. It Takes You Longer To Stand Than Most People
All right! All right! Who will find out whether they will die? There’s a convenient way to do it. No special equipment is required. A drop of your blood should not be put on a test strip and sent to a laboratory. Only sufficient space is needed to sit on the floor.
The sitting-rising (SRT) test, I’m speaking. This terrifyingly easy way to determine the roughness of your mortality is the brainchild of the Brazilian scientist, Claudio Gil Araujo, who thought that the available tests at this time were too cumbersome or time-consuming to assess your endurance, balance and muscle power. It was incredibly interesting to see how these three items include one of the safe ways of estimating how long an individual is left before the mortal spiral escapes.
The definition of simplicity is what Araujo came up with-you just sit down and stand up.
Yeah, it’s a little bit more. How it operates is as follows:
1. Stand up. Just stand up. Wear warm clothes and no shoes. Ensure that you have plenty of room on your floor.
2. Settle down on the concrete, make sure you don’t lean on something.
3. Get up again and don’t use your elbows, your feet, your forearms or your leg side to try.
Every step — once down and once up — has five points. Deduct one point per time for helping one of the above appendages or body sections. Any time you lose balance, subtract half a point.
Look at it? Simple! Even if you are safe! Except for you. This can become a challenge if you’re out of shape, and it means you have bad news. Araujo had more than 2,000 patients aged 51-80 taking the SRT in a report published by the European Journal of Cardiology. In the next six years, those who scored less than 8 were twice as likely to die.
People with 3 or fewer points were more likely to die than FIVE TIMES during the same period. Participants could expect 21 additional years in their lifetime with each one-point rise.
So if you wonder what it would be like in the next ten years of your life, try the SRT today. For everything that you know, at least four of those years you won’t have to think about, because by then you will be gone. Comfortable! Comfortable!
2. You Have The Flu
Are you feeling a little fluish today? If so, it’s not the flu at all, there’s a fair chance. We just addressed the fact that rabies symptoms look more like flu, and it’s almost definitely too late to do anything about them by the time these symptoms occur. Yeah, you might be dead already.
The only concern, however, is not rabies. You might have a heart attack. That might mean. We usually equate such a fate with old white guys keeping their heads up and dropping dead in public, but that’s film shit just like so many other things in our life. Not every heart attack begins with crushing chest pain, and others are never even going forward. The signs of a heart attack in certain cases, including rabies, feels like flu.
The favourite Bruce Springsteen alternative of your father, John Mellencamp, happened a few years ago to be a borderline-famous example.
Having had to finish a tour early on after learning how he suffered a minor heart attack during his VH1 episode Behind the Songs. He then had 80 cigarettes smoking every day and at four o’clock in the morning, he had eaten steak and eggs most of the evenings. Nonetheless, Mellencamp baulked at the thought when his doctor told him it was a heart attack. He was just worried he had the flu.
Think about this now. Think about it. Is it reasonable to think that John Mellencamp only stops smoking entirely during the time, if anyone is committed enough to their nicotine habits to put four packs away every 24 hours? You never saw a chain smoker when you said yes. No, John Mellencamp has been smoking all the time while in the throes of a day-long cardiac attack.
Live for a minute with this notion. Right now, even if you drink Monster energy and boil your blood pressure in a video game, you might be faced with a goddamn heart attack. The key not to die is early help, which you probably would not do if you just write it down as a gripe.
For kids, it’s even more tricky. This page contains several articles of women who had heart attacks, usually between shoulder blades, which began as back pain. Many include phrases about how they didn’t know that heart attacks sometimes begin like this. One woman just walked by an airport casually.
And I think that’s the point … You’re getting a heart attack while you’re reading it and have flu or serious back pain too.
1. The Waffle House Is Closed
All right, I confess that here I’m only veering off a little. The cataclysm must have already influenced this one. But let’s say it did. Let’s say it did. Not where you are, but where you live someone that you love. Yeah, and someone in the south of the United States would have to work. For that is where the Waffle House motherfucking lives.
So now that we have set this scene, let’s send a tornado across the city to ravage it. Oh no! Oh no! Are your people okay? They were hurt? They were hurt? Your appeals don’t pass. Your messages don’t return. In several years, they didn’t talk to you, because you stole the TV and sold it for drugs for your friends.
It’s always possible, but you don’t know how bad things are in your town. Except you, provided the Waffle House is in the vicinity. See, in times of chaos, Waffle House has an old policy of being available, even if only to serve coffee, if possible. What usually matters is how much harm your area receives.
If you serve a complete menu, it most definitely means that you will have energy, which means that the people in that area will also do so. How bad can things be if the power hasn’t even gone out?
If you use generators and have a small menu only of coffee and eggs, it means that people will still be able to go about, but it is very possible that the power is out and the damage was significant.
We had a nice run, Planet, if it’s completely closed.
If it sounds like absolute nonsense, it’s possibly because it’s the concept based on the Waffle House, but the measure used by FEMA is also true. They call it the “Waffle House Index” and almost use it as mentioned here. Wenn ein Waffle House tut, sie Wissen, dass der Bereich in dem es möglicherweise Weniger Hilfe als Andere braucht.
They know that if you are closed, they need support, and they will soon. Say whatever else you like about Waffle House, but it will flood their staff’s dead bodies if anything keeps them serving you coffee after a natural disaster. I’m terrified, literally.