This is my personal account of living through the aftermath of a hurricane and just how quickly a society can break down and descend into chaos following a disaster.
Though I have thankfully never been in a riot, I know exactly what it looks like on the streets in the hours before a riot kicks off.
These are nuclear reactors that “face a level of seismic risk that’s greater than what they’re currently equipped to withstand,”
In a true shtf event, you must exercise noise and light discipline in order to avoid being obsequious and potentially to evade a pursuer. Here is all you need to know to gain insight into these shtf skills.
Things can go awry very quickly when a medical emergency occurs during a disaster. Having resources to turn to, skills to treat wounds, along with items you have around you can be lifesaving.
Training is important: to learn new things and to sharpen old skills and make them “current” again.
In a post-disaster scenario, your wellness is paramount, and grabbing a drink to deal with stress could have lasting consequences.
Reloading will teach you skills that you will be able to more readily adapt ammunition and supplies and tailor make it for your survival needs.
Simply put, things can to hell in a hand basket very quickly following a disaster. The widespread breakdown of the social order leads to looting in disaster prone areas which leads to the importance of being able to defend one’s home, family and their preps during a disaster breakdown.
If the grid went down permanently, it would be a strange and dangerous world, and for the average person, it would catch them off guard.
Even the most harmless looking scenario can turn into a full-blown problem at any moment. These 7 tips can prevent you from dropping your guard in a life-threatening scenario.
This is the world we live in now. A global pandemic engineered by terrorists is practically inevitable, and will likely be seen in our lifetimes.