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Natural Disasters

Most readers will find this article entertaining since a volcano is not a concern for them, and they are unaware of the aftermath a

We don't usually talk about it in the prepper community, but having enough water in any survival situation starts with making sure that we're

Bugging out is the ultimate survival strategy, reserved for those times when your home becomes untenable and you are forced to leave for your

Global warming or climate change is an old enemy we keep fighting without entirely aware of its whole existence.

Pay attention to the details, do all the paperwork necessary, decide how much you need, prepare your medical kit and finally, prepare your mind

If you live in an environment/region that is prone to wildfires, you should plan to protect your home from fires as best as you

Whether you boat for work, transportation, or play, boating is an inherently dangerous environment, so I hope you find a pointer or two here

The arctic blast that blanketed the United States has hit Texas particularly hard. Being a warm state, Texas doesn't see much cold weather.

The coastline can offer various options for the survivalist, and if I would personally have the chance to select such a survival location, I

The idea of a large asteroid, along the lines of what is believed to have caused the extinction of the dinosaurs, was a favorite

If you’re looking at the possibility of flooding, taking the right actions will help you to get your home back, regardless of what Mother

I remember that every good lie is based upon a grain of truth. So I have to accept that there is a grain of

Always have a tsunami-evacuation plan, always keep an emergency survival kit in your car, know the area, be cautious and react quickly after an

After experiencing a few scenarios involving floods, I can tell you it’s almost surreal how quickly flood waters rise and how powerless it makes

Hurricane season is here. For the next months, anyone living along the cost will be watching the weather and checking the National Hurricane Center’s