The following products are the basic items a prepper can use that will help prepare to live and thrive in the aftermath of a disaster. These products encompass your very basic needs and will provide you with the beginnings of a solid collection of prepping tools.
Crime has escalated exorbitantly and women must know when to go from passive to a fierce warrior.
It’s now become common knowledge that for decades, California has allowed beverage companies to bottle public water with little oversight. What most people are just now learning is that, to extract this water from public land requires a permit, and water bottle companies like Arrowhead have had their permits expired since 1988.
Whether we prepare for incidents small or large, we all ponder what we’d do if something world-as-we-know-it-ending went down. The trouble is, a lot of the plans that get made are more likely to get you killed than to save you.
We must come to the understanding that there is no true safety net for us to fall into; it’s up to ourselves to get us out trouble. How easily you land depends on how reliant you were to begin with. Adopting certain concepts as your new life’s code will help you on your path.
Make no mistake about it: the U.S. government is testing and readying for employment biological weapon.
With the canine flu epidemic wreaking havoc on dogs across the country, many are comforted in knowing that the contagious virus cannot be passed to humans. However, with this heightened concern, dog owners are paying particular attention to the fact that some horrific flu-like illness can be transferred from dog to owner.
It is important to continue regular hygiene habits during an emergency to prevent sanitation-related diseases. In a pinch, water can be heated outside using a solar vehicle visor. This set up can be used to create an outdoor showering area.
New study contradicts finding released earlier this year by Pennsylvania’s DEP which said radon levels were nothing to worry about.