Rapid Construction Survival Communities — Monolithic Domes Inventor, David B. South

| September 27, 2015

Rapid Construction Survival Communities - Monolithic Domes Inventor, David B. SouthShow #168
Host: Marshall Masters

At some point, we will all be pointing up at the sky and experiencing the same universal epiphany, “Oh Lordy, it’s time to hunker in the bunker!” Immediately on the heels of this awareness will come another agonizing realization for most folks.

If you do not already have a sophisticated bunker stocked with all kinds of goodies, what do you build with the time available and to what purpose? That’s the whole point of this strategic planning interview with Monolithic Dome co-inventor and CEO, David B. South, which also includes a comparison between for-profit and not-for-profit survival strategies.

You’ll learn why for-profit strategies are inherently flawed because they’re not about surviving; they’re about return on investment. Consequently, these designs typically rely on large metal pipes for single families. For multifamily survival large, single concrete structures are used, often employing old missile silos and the like. Neither approach is suited to the demands of surviving a tribulation lasting seven to ten years, and for very simple reasons.

The metal pipes are promoted with pictures of happy people sitting in their shelters, reminiscent of life on a WWII submarine. In the depths of the tribulation, these shelters will be remembered as suicide tubes. As for large, single concrete multifamily structures, they all have the same Achilles heel. If any part of the structure is compromised, much, if not all of the structure becomes unlivable.

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Here is where concrete domes offer durable, time-proven survivability for both single-family and multifamily shelters. They are time-proven to be highly protective, spiritually nourishing shelters that are ideal for communities of like-minded others seeking to not only survive the coming tribulation but to thrive through it and beyond it. That’s the message of this vital interview, and in this interview, you’ll learn two proven ways to build concrete survival domes: low tech and high tech. And here is the good news, both methods are ideal for any faith-based organization (FBO).

During the coming tribulation, for-profit survival communities are certain to flounder and fail as faith-based communities prosper. This is because FBO communities have three huge survival advantages: 1) a respected chain of command, 2) the ability to quickly gather and pool resources, and 3) a broad diversity of talents and skills.

That’s why this interview is so valuable for family and FBO leaders. It offers a simple, strategic plan for where and how to shelter – a clear starting point for inspiring solutions so that you can move forward quickly and with confidence.

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