Which is more cruel desert or sea

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Re: Which is more cruel desert or sea

Post by jvez » 23 Apr 2018, 10:16

I think the dessert would be more difficult due to the heat and lack of water and food. In the ocean, if you know how to purify water you'd be fine. You can also catch fishes for food.

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Post by Misael » 19 Jun 2018, 03:43

Desert. The environment and the feeling of isolation are depressing thoughts I relate to it.

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Post by arinola grace » 27 Jul 2018, 19:43

Both can kill a person mercilessly but a person can survive in both conditions with the right skills and supernatural intervention, although i'd rather be in the desert than in open sea. I feel its easier to survive when sharks or fishes aren't nipping at your hills while you're trying to stay afloat.

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Post by Michael Kevin » 12 Aug 2018, 01:45

In my humble opinion, I think desert is crueler as desert are usually lack of food and water. The extreme heat is also another torture.

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Post by AmySmiles » 12 Sep 2018, 15:59

I think they both are equally in their own way.
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Post by Radiant3 » 11 Oct 2018, 20:14

I think they're both two sides of the same coin and can be equally cruel. Both a vast expanse of nature's power, one of sand, the other of water.

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Post by HollandBlue » 12 Oct 2018, 07:59

I would rather be lost at sea than lost in the desert. There are more possibilities for survival if you are lost at sea I think.
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