TOPIC: Shipping Containers
Shipping Containers such as Connex could be Bolted Together and used for shelter during the pole shift and as living quarters afterwards. Spray Foam for padding and insulation should be the fire retardant variety. Liquifaction during quakes is a concern, but placed on a concrete slab, containers could act like a Noah's Arc on land during liquefaction. Problems with an above-ground container include exposure to Wind but if Secured would hold. Problems with a Fully Buried container include Collapsing Walls, Warped Floors, Ventilation, Corrosion, and a Blocked Entry. A partially buried container, as described in this example Scenario, has many Advantages. A used container can be Cheap and a Fixer-Upper and can be used both Before and After the pole shift.