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How To Survive Typhoon Hagupit - Typhoon Ruby

There are 2 solutions on how to survive Super Typhoon such as Hagupit - Ruby and Typhoon Yolanda.

Permanent Solution - Elevated evacuation Domes and Dome Houses with high open columns

A tall Dome with HIGH OPEN Column that people is able to stay above 30 feet from the avoid the storm surge. SAVE LIFE FIRST ...

1. The HIGH OPEN Column allows the water to flow freely thus not allowing the running water to stuck up to 30 feet ...
2. Open Column instead of full-wall-covered dome to minimize the point of impact from the strong wind
3. Dome concrete-ROUND-seamless wall and roof design again minimize the point of impact from the strong wind.

Please build a huge concrete high-open column evacuation domes for Pinoys.....

Temporary  Solution - Force evacuation with 50% discount on ship and airplane tickets to safe provinces outside of typhoon path.

Permanent Solution

1. Building permanent - elevated evacuation domes and dome homes with high open columns
2. Placing metal handrails on coconut trees and electric posts so people can climb in case of flood - storm surge or tsunami.
3. Manufacture or buy typhoon life-saver ball (optional)

Check huge domes and its ecoshells domes. Our local government should build some elevated evacuation center domes (save human lives) and those that are living beside the seashore, they can build elevated dome houses (saves houses or properties).

Benefit of DOME design - (Check how to build dome homes)

1. The dome's concrete wall and roof are both strong and curve providing less air-resistance from strong typhoon winds thus less damage.

Proof that Dome House design can SURVIVE Tornado, Typhoon, Hurricane, Storm Surge, and Floods
a Dome structure survives a tornado in Moore oklahoma in May 20, 2013

Private vacation dome houses with high open columns left by the owner for years its still standing even though the water level is high already.

A beach dome house survives a Hurrican Dennis in 2005 at Pensacola Beach Florida..

Here is what an elevated echoshell or dome houses looks like.. this is just a mock up design, i hope your city engineers can enhance this design.

If dome houses are really expensive... there is another way of building typhoon proof houses like the Earthbag Building..

If a dome house is really expensive, we have another option such as the elevated house like this design here.

Metal Handrails on trees and electric posts

Placing metal handrails on coconut trees and electric posts so people can climb in case of flood - storm surge or tsunami. Jason Baldado, climbed a coconut tree to keep himself safe from the flood

Here is a concrete post and a dome house with tower

Life-saver Ball 

Manufacture or buy typhoon life-saver ball (optional) check this post about life-saver ball..

Just in case you are caught in a flood , check this concept on how to survive a flood.

The second solution is temporary and might be expensive and redundant cause typhoons will always occur... 

Temporary Solution

Provinces outside the typhoon path is SAFE, FUNCTIONAL, CLEAN and SECURE.

Once a super typhoon is expect to enter Philippine area of responsibility (PAR), the local government can set-up a campaign to provide evacuation centers outside their provinces. It is best to feed and care the evacuees at a safe and clean city. The transportation of relief goods is faster, less traffic cause the roads are all functional - compare to loading and unloading relief trucks to Leyte roads that created a bad traffic and delay of goods.


The Ship and Airplane operators and owners may not like the idea for some credible reasons.
1. What if the typhoon did not hit that province.
2. Overload might cause accidents and ships running on bad weather is dangerous.

People that will be evacuated will not evacuate even with 50% ticket discount for some credible reasons too.
1. Typhoon might change direction.
2. Somebody might steal something from their house.

Typhoon is a permanent problem that needs a permanent solution.

We all know that Eastern Visayas is closer to Pacific Ocean - so typhoons / super-typhoons was, is, and will be coming from this direction, follow this path and hit this places first.

If you are from Leyte, Samar, Bohol or Cebu.. try to approach your Barangay Captian, show him this website and ask him if there is something he can do about implementing any of the given solutions above. Your and your families' life is more important and prevention is still the best thing, providing the best and permanent solution is the way to go...

Doola inyong barangay kapitan bai ... ipakita ni nga page, pangutan-a kung naa ba siyay mahimo para ma buhat bisan usa aning mga paagi-tabang nga nakabutang sa taas... inyong kapitan modool na siyag Mayor, then Major didto sa inyong Congressman, dayun didto sa Senador, then President... testingi lang og dool...

This are my personal opinions on how to save people and properties during super typhoons like Yolanda and Ruby Hagupit. I'm just sharing this ideas in hope that some Politicians and Engineers will implement or even enhance the concepts that im offering here. I am not an engineer myself nor a Politicians. I've experienced some devastating typhoons like Ruping and Netang, ive seen houses flip over that i  hope one day we will be able to permanent solve this problem.

Live saving concepts by John Paul Paquibot

Typhoon Queenie How to Survive Flooding

If flood water is just below your waist or even in your waist, you need to stand on your side cause your body's point of impact against the running water is narrow, so it drags you less backwards, and you'll be able to remain standing.

Another typhoon struck Philippines. I was looking for some pictures of its aftermath, i noticed that there are flooding. I edited this photo in hope that someone can share this to their barangay and implement this concept. This might be costly or not really the best option but you get the idea and can enhance from it. Click this link for more concept on flooding, earthquake or typhoon house design..

Jason Baldado, 7 years old, climbed a coconut tree to keep himself safe from the flood Jason was lucky enough that there was a structure near the coconut tree that his feet can step on... In my opinion this should have been available before any typhoon especially when you are located in a lower ground and expects a flood. We can use metal or even wood as stair steps going up to the tree top...

Here are the concept i made before, during the yolanda typhoon.

Security While the World is Shaking

Earthquakes strike suddenly, violently and without warning. We all have in our heads the images of disastrous earthquakes that shatter human lives all across the grid of the continent. As human beings, we are naturally incline to have a constant feeling of psychological reaction that tends to illuminate when a certain situation is not happening yet, and that we are likely to disregard and pay no attention to things like prevention and preparation even before any loss is incurred. With these facts, hundreds of thousand casualties are struck and devastated by quakes that recurrently lurk a population of around 1 billion living in seismically active regions.

Indeed, this natural phenomenon occurs over a million times annually. When the ground starts shaking – where would you fleece for a shelter? What would be the utmost sheltered place for safeguarding yourself? Primarily, the best way to shield yourself when you are inside a house during an earthquake is to stand in the doorway or crouch under a desk or table.

Every portion of the building’s structure can be vulnerable to external elements, thus premature deterioration of construction materials is inevitable. These problems often result in costly maintenance and repair, exorbitant energy expenditures, poor indoor air quality – even a shortened lifespan for the most significant asset, the building itself.

To provide a sturdy foundation for residential houses and buildings, the wall and ceiling structure needs a high performance envelope that provides unyielding protection from the elements. But even after resisting to the earthquake magnitude, countless buildings are still extremely smashed and damaged because of the lack of a durable building structure. After an earthquake, however, fast and economical repair techniques are required to restore the buildings to service within a short space of time. Now, there’s a prodigious technology in construction that provides systems solution with time tested methods and technology to reinforce walls, columns and ceilings engineered for compatibility and performance. This is a very different approach from traditional “systems” offerings as the new technology has the ability to provide a broader range of solutions for both new construction and restoration.”

To achieve this, cracked concrete can be injected with epoxy resin-based and reinforced with externally bonded carbon fiber fabric technology. Heavily damaged concrete might be replaced by repair mortar or grout pouring mortar, while additional reinforcement is bonded to existing concrete using anchoring adhesive or post-installed bolt anchoring technology.

Cracked masonry walls in typical apartment buildings present a serious risk to inhabitants even during small aftershocks. The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers Regional 7 (PICE) has performed a series of tests with large scale masonry walls subjected to a simulated earthquake. Following the serious damage sustained, a layer of this Carbon Fibre Technology reinforcement embedded in mortar was applied to the walls. Compared to the original walls, damaged walls that were subsequently repaired are able to resist earthquakes over 2.5 times more powerful. This shows that substantial protection is possible even before any damage is suffered.

Tsunami Warning 8.0 Earthquake Hit Chile

Tsunami warning after a 8 magnitude earthquake hit chile pacific coast included in the tsunami warnings are Peru and Ecuador

Places like colombia, Costa rica and Panama were issued with tsunami watchout by the Pacific Warning Center

No report of dead people yet and exact damages.... we hope no one dead ... this is really a strong earthquake its 8.0 magnitude... the one thats struck Bohol Philippines way back october 15, 2013 has a magnitude of 7.2 ...and 222 were reported dead ...73,000 structures were damaged ...

Our prayers go to Chile people.. 8.0 earthquake could be very devastating.. God help you there.....

This tsunami should be solve... if only we have vertical evacuation center for tsunami .... people will be saved...

We will monitor this Earthquake in Chile... we will try to list names of injured people or dead people here, just in case you can find your relative there,,, but hopefully none... will be dead...

Our prayers to all of you there.. take care and be strong

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3 Solutions to for Typhoon, Earthquake, and Tsunami

1. Put handrails on existing 40 feet concrete Posts so people can climb during Tsunami

40 feet concrete post are proven to survive Tsunami , Storm Surge and Flood. You can review Tsunami videos in Japan 2011, you can see concrete electric pole are still standing. At least maybe 5 to 8 people can climb together to a concrete pole, just maybe. During tsunamis, electricity will be turn-off so its safe to climb, water will flow easily because the concrete pole is slim and thin so it will survive the impact of tsunami.

We can save human lives by putting handrails on every existing concrete posts so people can climb right away. We know that tsunami comes after Earthquake as soon as 20 to 30 minutes, so evacuating to higher grounds might be impossible for people living in the seashore to run or drive to evacuation center kilometers away, the traffic on the road will make it impossible for people to get to elevated grounds far away.

To save humans lives, we need to put handrails on every concrete poles especially poles that are near the seashores or coastal areas. Handrails are cheap and fast to accomplish than building elevated dome houses or evacuation centers.

It is important for me because i also live in a small island in Philippines. Our house is about 900 meters from the sea, our place is Bagumbayan 2 Maribago Mactan Cebu Philippines. I saw tsunami videos and pictures of Yolanda - Haiyan aftermath of Storm Surge, we need to save human lives first.

2. For the OLD people and Young children that can not climb the posts and coconut trees
we need a bigger life saver ball that we can place the old people and young children inside if we have enough time .

If we have a lot of time, we can all run to an elevated evacuation dome center

3. Elevated Evacuation Dome Centers for mass evacuation
To save houses, we need elevated dome houses

Thailand 2004 Tsunami -
Put handrails on existing coconut tress so people can climb during tsunami

you dont have to run for elevated ground, you need vertical safety towers like the coconut trees and 40 feet concrete posts

Tsunami Solution 40 Feet Concrete Posts

Dome house with 30 feet metal tower as vertical evacuation during tsuname.
every post should have a handrail for people to climb during tsunami so they dont need to run 

Thailand 2004 Tsunami -
Put handrails on existing coconut tress so people can climb during tsunami

you dont have to run for elevated ground, you need vertical safety towers like the coconut trees and 40 feet concrete posts

handrail for every concrete post so that people can climb during flood, storm surge and tsuname

Allow the water, tsuname, flood water to flow
All we need is to add hand rails to existing 40 feet concrete pole for people to climb during tsuname.
Dome houses are typhoon, earthquake, tornado proof houses, by adding a 40 feet concrete posts in a triangular shape then you have a tsunami tower to climb to.

allow the water to flow, we need elevated dome houses and elevated evacuation center domes.

you can see that 40 foot concrete pole survive during the tsunami in Japan 2011. all japanese need to do is add a handrails so people can climb these posts.

 these are dome houses that survive a hurricaine, storm surge.

we can also use a tsuname life save, or tsuname survival pod. Japanese have similar tsunami life saver, the color is yellow.

Tsunami & Storm Surge Solution - Vertical Evacuation

40 feet concrete Posts - survived both 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami .. if installed beside each house, you have a life saver, just save life.. Life first.

40 feet concrete posts can be seen here in Japan tsunami 2011 video, if we can just put something that we can climb into these concrete posts, then we can save a lot of lives during tsunami or storm surge.
we can have an elevated dome house or simply a 40 feet concrete post as vertical evacuation

Coastal area like in Mactan, Tacloban Leyte, Samar, Bantayan should have  a lot of 40 feet concrete posts around its coast lines. and houses within 1 kilometer from the beach should also have 40 feet concrete posts as vertical evacuation for people who are far from their own houses. If we have these 40 feet posts installed in many houses then we dont have to run or drive to far away evacuation center. During an Earthquake that starts in the Ocean, there will be very small time for a person to run to higher grounds. A 40 feet posts everywhere is a lot better and effective since they can just climb into it once they are far from their own home of from the high ground or evacuation center or higher buildings.