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Home Security in the Aftermath of a Crisis

Home Security in the Aftermath of a Crisis

Any disaster brings the predators and scavengers out of the woodwork. These two-legged varmints can be highly dangerous, especially to those whose homes aren’t secure. What do I mean by “secure?” I mean that your home and property is protected by a combination of active and passive measures which will make sure that they can’t get in to steal or cause harm. Home security is a complex issue; it becomes even more complex in the aftermath of a disaster. The normal rules that constrict illegal activity are much more easily ignored when society is in a shambles. This provides an...

Oct 07, 2017 0 comments

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WARNING! 4 Imminent Threats To The Power Grid

Electrical power is what makes modern civilization possible… but is it smart to rely on the grid anymore? In today’s unstable world, threats of both nature and man are constantly evolving, consequently making the already aging and faulty infrastructure less and less reliable. And when it goes down, it isn’t just a mild "inconvenience" anymore. You could be put in the extremely dangerous situation of having to live without lights, important appliances, communication, heat, or power for critical medical devices for days…even months. So, what should we expect in the future? Failures from equipment and infrastructure vulnerabilities According to federal...

Oct 06, 2017 0 comments

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Survival When You’re Away From Home

Survival When You’re Away From Home

There are a number of traps which are part and parcel of prepping and actually quite easy to fall into. One of these is fear; we can become so focused on the disasters that can befall us that we are motivated by fear. We can also go to the opposite extreme, becoming so comfortable with the idea of our own preparedness to face anything, that we become careless. When that happens, we do things like leaving home without being prepared. Somehow, we all seem to develop this image of a disaster happening when we are at home and ready for...

Oct 05, 2017 0 comments

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The Fine Art of Camouflage

The Fine Art of Camouflage

Amongst the various aspects of survival is the problem of keeping others from killing you. The unfortunate reality is that mankind really isn’t as civilized as we pretend we are. In the face of a crisis, it’s easy for us to fall back to our base instincts, strip off the cloak of respectability and become almost animal-like in our quest for survival. That includes killing others if it increases your chance for survival. Of course, to kill you they have to find you… and that’s where camouflage comes in. The idea of camouflage (at least on a military basis) was...

Oct 05, 2017 0 comments

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Teaching the Kids to Survive: 5 Tips You Need to Know

Teaching the Kids to Survive: 5 Tips You Need to Know

Kids are often the driving point for an adult’s need to prepare to survive. Your job as a parent is to protect your child and that doesn’t just stop when a disaster is at hand. Doing it all yourself isn’t really an option. You can’t be everywhere at once. Your children need to have some basic knowledge about what they should do in an emergency. As a parent, this is something you can talk with them about and teach them in a way that doesn’t scare them. Thinking about a major disaster or the end of the world as we...

Oct 03, 2017 0 comments

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