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Disaster Scenarios

When SHTF, such as getting stuck in a cave, in an unfamiliar and not very friendly environment, the number 1 thing to worry about

See, there aren’t many situations in “the current year”, at least in the “first world”, where you can contemplate the possibility of mass casualties.

The post SHTF effects can last from 72 hours to a few months. It is impossible to establish how much a crisis can last

If we have learned first-aid anyway, doesn’t it make sense to use those skills to take care of the injured, while waiting for the

Our environment continues to change, so you can expect more massive fires in areas where they may not have happened before. That’s why you need

If there is a fire, flood, or the building is struck by a bomb, then you have to get out before the building collapses.

Whether an enemy succeeds in setting fire to structures or it is set alight by accident, fuel stored above ground guarantees you will be

Stay away from big cities, roads, military bases, FEMA camps, hospitals, or choke-points. The biggest threat when SHTF is other people.

As we enter into the new year, it’s time to look back at where we’ve come from and look ahead to where we are

One of the main focus points in the prepping community has been the risk of an EMP, specifically from North Korea. While we have

Our modern day lives are a multifaceted compendium of exponentially evolving technology, social media, and food ingredients. These daily parts of our lives are

Many people don’t realize that the ultra-fine nature of volcanic ash means that it can travel for hundreds to thousands of miles fairly quickly.

The most annoying and disturbing fact about earthquakes is that they have the potential to strike anytime/anywhere, hence prepping for an earthquake should be

Getting caught in a burning building is a common in America, hence acquiring the skills on how to survive it should rank high on

While Venezuela is a much smaller country than the United States, there are many parallels between the two, especially when you compare pre-Chavez Venezuela