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Now I’m sure these experts know what they’re talking about but nobody ever seems to mention the downsides of being surrounded by that much heat 24 hours a day.
Canning can be done without electricity, and is a great way to preserve foods to be stored long term without the need for refrigeration.
It’s only by reducing your need for the things sold in stores that you can exempt yourself from the chaos and desperation that will erupt when or if an economic collapse situation occurs here.
As the Northeast U.S. braces for what some pundits are calling a “crippling” and “potentially historic” blizzard, Americans are once again reminded of the importance of being prepared for anything.
Is oil pulling just a fad or does it really work? Todd Walker, writer for Survival Sherpa tested oil pulling out for two weeks and his results will surprise you.
The purpose of this article is to discuss the Human threat to your retreat location. This Human threat can take on multiple modes, some very dangerous to your safety and others not so much. The trick, of course, is figuring out the nature of each and every encounter while you can still affect the outcome.
Get a metal range or a wood burner as they are more economical on fuel and the metal itself stores up heat. They are also safer and easier to cook on than an open fire.
When you’re looking at survival for many weeks and possibly many months (years?) the equipment complement that you’ll need varies greatly from the gear that worked for planned short-term outings.
A billboard that produces potable (drinkable) water? It works in the desert, even in a climate with up to 90% humidity, and produces about 100 liters a day.
If an emergency occurred while you were at work, would you be equipped to handle the ordeal?