General by Jack 8/24/2018 written by Jack 8/24/2018Which kills better and faster? The summer sun, weather, phenomenas or the winters cold? [!] Report this post Processing your request, Please wait....Report as: Choose one from belowRequesting Suicide PartnerDiscussing Specific Suicide MethodsHateful PostHateful or Inappropriate CommentsReligiousSpam or AdvertisingOtherWrite in Words: (Optional) 5 comments 0Related postsHoping again 6/27/2019Ranting in pain 6/26/2019What i hope for 6/26/2019Nope… 6/26/2019The Mansion on Eerie Street 6/26/2019 6/26/2019 6/26/2019Murphy’s law 6/25/2019Just Ranting 6/25/2019Bye 6/25/20195 comments Lifelong Loser 8/24/2018 - 7:26 pmDepends. Below freezing temps will kill you pretty fast, especially if you are in water and/or completely naked. Log in to Reply frog 8/24/2018 - 7:31 pmHere on earth I know more places where you can be die by cold than by heat tbh, but that might be cuz I live in the north and am surrounded by cold. Log in to Reply Titania 8/24/2018 - 11:27 pmDehydration should kill fairly quickly if you don’t hydrate during hot weather. Log in to Reply Hope Dream Love 8/25/2018 - 8:20 amA week to die from dehydration. And I think its a month without food. So no not that fast at all and actually kind of painful. Log in to Reply BL98 8/25/2018 - 3:06 amIf you define ” phenomenas ” as further natural extraordinary factors like Tsunami, Vulcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and so on. And ” better and faster ” as how fast it kills you, on the point of contact, how much time it takes to do that, and even further, how many people die from it. I would take it as the best way to die by an extraordinary natural phenomen. My logic is based on the fact that no matter how hard you are trying to predict it and escape it, you have no chance of escaping once you are into the vulnerable zone. One example is the tsunami that hit Thailand in 2004. i quote : ” Thailand was one of the countries that was hit by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. Due to proximity of the Andaman coasts of Thailand situated just about 500 km east of the earthquake epicentre, the tsunami took just 2 hours to reach and strike the western coastline of the country. The Thai government reported 4,812 confirmed deaths, 8,457 injuries, and 4,499 missing after the country was hit by a tsunami caused by the Indian Ocean earthquake on the 26 of December 2004. ” End of quote. What it does not say here is that the authorities in thailand were full aware of the situation but didn’t took action and alarm the citizens and tourists to leave the area because they knew it will hurt the economy. Which, in that time of the year was a HUGE success. So all those lives could have been saved. The psychological impact is also unique in this kind of situations. When you face winter or hunger you still have time to prepare or take action, if you can, to survive or to prepare yourself for an unpleasant but unavoidable death. With a tsunami or a vulcanic eruption you have no way of doing that. For those whom have no idea how to predict it ( like scientists in labs do ) it is a total shock. As an ending, i think it is safe to say, at least from my point of view, that nature phenomenas and, more important, human ignorance and stupidity does the most damage. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.