Recycling and scrounging are two skills it would behoove you to develop prior to a collapse.
In a post-collapse scenario, everything will appreciate in value – even our trash. Having a stash of different forms of metal could be very valuable barter items. Read more here!
Every family needs to have this low cost prep in their emergency supply closet. One day, it could save the lives of your family.
In an interview by Rory from The Daily Coin, he asked me if it is possible to live out a shtf scenario in an urban setting. The answer is yes, but for a majority of us, we must ask ourselves if we are up to the challenge.
When the primary power shuts down and the backup is rendered inoperable, how is coolant water to be pumped to cool the spent fuel rods?
Protect what you value the most. Here is a simple DIY project for making a faraday cage out of a simple ammunition can.
In skilled hands, knives can do more than spread peanut butter. Check out these hardcore knife-yielding survival skills.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When your outdoor plans don’t work out, having a survival cache in the area could be a lifesaver.
There comes a time when you have to stand and face whatever it is that is coming against you, with no other options. The actions you take now could determine how well you survive those events.
Both of these methods are pretty useful for making your firewood chopping session a little shorter, and a lot less tedious.
The truth of the matter is that we stand at the brink of a precipice and the choice is yours to make: you can ignore the tell-tale signs or get ready and brace yourselves for it.
Now that the “old” year is coming to an end, we will need to take the lessons learned from this past year and (remember: refresh on study continually!) and keep them close to mind and heart. Such is necessary as a base and foundation for things we cover next year.