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Desperation: Food, Water, Fuel, Electricity Run Short In Japan
When the grid goes down in an economy so dependent on inventory management, transportation, and electronic debit transactions, all hell breaks loose. Nearly two weeks on, the people in areas affected by the Tsunami are struggling to survive...
What Your Grocery Store Will Look Like In An Emergency
...infrastructure damage, rolling blackouts and other problems have left about 35% to 50% of all stores in his town [in Japan] closed, with grocery stores completely out of food. Gas stations are either rationing fuel or have run completely dry...
Where Are All the Looters?
After witnessing similar events in recent years in crisis hot spots around the world, the situation in Japan begs the question: Where are all the looters?...
The ‘Die Off’ Will Start Immediately After a Complete Collapse
Considering that most people have less than a week’s worth of food in their pantries, no medical supplies, and absolutely no idea how to operate without electricity, one can guesstimate that the die-off would begin almost immediately after the grid goes down...
When you enter a dangerous scene you should always review the situation and follow these simple guidelines for your scene safety.
Rules to Follow if You are Arrested or You're Premise Searched
Here are some simple rules to follow if you are arrested or you're premise searched.
Thoughts On Carrying A Gun To Work
Having a gun is important for self defense, but there are some places that won't let your gun. Some thoughs on carrying a gun at work.
Surviving The Unexpceted: Mentally Prepared
Being mentally prepared is almost as important as being physically prepared.
Survival Equipment - Practical vs. Pretty
When it comes to survival equipment, they better work and not just look pretty. Here is an opinion on that.
What does P.R.E.P.A.R.E.D Mean
Hobbies For Preppers
Having hobbies is a great thing. Having hobbies that actual prepare you are even better.
Tactical Skills You Can Use
A set of tactical skills you can use at anytime.
Video: How To Make Dogbane Cordage
A video instruction on how to make dogbane cordage.
How to condition yourself to survive burnout.
Learning From The Poineers
In our past we have great teachers. Some lessons that can be learned from the Pioneers.
Holding It Together
Holding it together when looking at forming a group.
Find, Fix, Ask, Make
Honing the skills to find, fix and make items is as valuable as gold and dumpster diving can be very successful
Stripped: Store Shelves Emptied as Cyclone Approaches Aussies
When the residents of an entire city or region all realize a disaster has just happened or is about to take place, grocery stores are cleared of all their goods within a matter of hours...[Feb 2011]
10 Things We Can Learn From Egypt About Preparing for Economic and Societal Collapse
As riots spread across the world, having started first in Europe and now engulfing the Middle East, most people in the U.S. outright reject the possibility that the same could happen right here at home...
Panic Buying as Britain Runs Out of Food and Fuel
We have yet another example from England, which should be a wake up call to those who have never considered having at least some basic emergency supplies on hand...
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