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Every year, people die from falling through ice they thought was safe to cross. In near-frozen water, you have exactly 10 minutes to get out of the ice water before your muscles become too cold to function. Know these preventative measures and how to survive if you find yourself in this type of emergency.
Water is still a top priority for winter survival. This is the simplest way to harvest water in the wintertime – and it’s right outside.
As winter rages on, it brings to light the importance of knowing how to navigate in snow and extreme winter weather. The worst-case scenario in this emergency is not knowing the terrain and getting so lost you succumb succumbing to exposure and possibly starvation. Author, Jeremiah Johnson has outlined the essentials on how to navigate in the snow and what equipment you will need to protect yourself from exposure.
Chem trails are an everyday occurrence and its harmful effects could be affecting your health. Here are three that you can use immediately in the battle to detoxify yourself and reduce the amount of heavy metals in your system.
Some of the scenarios outlined below may be frightening, as they should be because when it hits the fan millions of people will be thrown into desperation with no hope of a solution.
“That devastation could arrive through multiple avenues. The combination of powerful space particles, like unfiltered solar rays, cosmic rays and ultraviolet B rays (the stuff your sunscreen bottle warns you about), would smash through our battered ozone layer and lead us the way of the dinosaurs.”
Make no mistake: those who prepare this kind of thing beforehand are going to have it a lot easier than those who wait until the last minute or try to do it “post-collapse.”
A mad max scenario is one of the worst-case scenarios one can prepare for. The adage “if you can’t protect you don’t own it” rings true in this case. Long-term survival plans that reflect this type of disaster suggest preppers getting away from urban and suburban living and heading for hills. While this would be the safest option, there are dangers that lurk for those who plan to “live off the land.” Because in a post-collapse world – they will come for all that you own.