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Food4Patriots Say People Are Now Taking The Possibility Of A Doomsday Scenario Seriously

Over the past two years or so, TV reality shows have been featuring popular depictions of worldwide disasters, and those preparing for that possibility. As a result, far more people are taking the concept of a doomsday scenario seriously. This fact has not escaped the attention of the media – and that’s not just the tabloids.

The New York Times wrote about this soon after the National Geographic Channel introduced the first of these shows — called “Doomsday Preppers”— in February 2012. The show was about people stockpiling, arming and otherwise preparing for some kind of apocalypse.

This was followed up a month later by the Discovery Channel with its own take on the situation, named “Doomsday Bunkers.” Their angle focused on a company called Deep Earth Bunker, which builds underground getaways for the types of people seen in “Doomsday Preppers.” While it’s true that the NYT continues its reviews on a slightly less positive and even cynical note, it does not deny that programs like this cause people to pause and consider whether the possibility of a future worldwide disaster is actually a probability.