September hasn’t exactly been a stellar month for hopeful events. Now that the “End Times” Prophecy has come and gone, here’s what you need to get out of the doomer mentality.
It’s been a long time since these waves devastated our shores, but that may change in the near future.
You never know when you’ll need this information, but be glad you have read it.
Though time consuming, if left to our own devices, it is possible survive the elements. All that is needed is to know how to get the supplies for a shelter and the ingenuity for how to make it.
CDC emphasizes, “We don’t want people to panic but we do want them to be aware of the heightened risk.”
Life hacks are a big thing these days. Maybe it’s because we’re all looking to make our complicated lives just a little bit easier, or maybe it’s because we are fascinated by simple bits of creativity that can have a practical impact on everyday life.
The New York Times reported that a ”technical problem” an an air traffic control center near Washington was responsible for hundreds of flight delays and cancellations at airports all over the East Coast this weekend.
Shock is an ever-present and always-looming specter haunting every medical emergency and waiting in the wings to strike. In a long-term emergency or if you find yourself in an outdoor survival scenario, you will be providing your own emergency medical care and need to know the signs and how to treat this possibly life-threatening issue.
Every prepper knows that when disasters occur, you are on your own. If you run of water, in 72 hours, you will die or have severe dehydration. This book deserves a place on your library shelves and can provide essential knowledge on what to expect when disasters take out our municipal water supply.