Book – “Lucifer’s Hammer”

Click here to view the original post.There are two books that I consider to be absolute classics in terms of ‘survival fiction’. The first is ‘Alas babylon’, the other is ‘Lucifers Hammer’. (LH) LH is a very polished story, which is a change from most survivalist fiction where you can tell the writer really didn’t … Continue reading

Taking Notes and Drawing Maps: Trayvax, Rite in the Rain, Fisher Space Pen

Click here to view the original post.Taking Notes and Drawing Maps: Trayvax, Rite in the Rain, Fisher Space Pen This article is an interesting one that takes a look at some interesting tech that is out there.  Its not the type of tech that you might be thinking of. For many an EDC requires a … Continue reading

Antibiotics in Dirt ‘Annihilate’ Superbugs

Click here to view the original post.According to a study published this week in the journal Nature Microbiology, researchers at New York’s Rockefeller University have discovered a new class of antibiotics—called malacidins—that “annihilate” several antibiotic-resistant superbugs. As you know, the lack of still-effective antibiotics is quickly becoming a global crisis. In fact, the study says, … Continue reading

Panicy non-buying

Panicy non-buying

Click here to view the original post.The last thing the blogosphere (or any other sphere, for that matter) needs is another person espousing their opinions about the latest school shooting. So..I’m not going to do that. Instead, I’m going to prattle about how this is the first time something like this has happened where I … Continue reading

Destruction of America: U.S. Army recruits ‘not strong enough to throw grenades,’ Military drops requirement to accommodate snowflakes.

Click here to view the original post.Thanks to our Liberal P.C. Culture, the newest generation of Army recruits are ‘entitled, undisciplined & not strong enough to throw grenades.’ according to the head of the US Army Center of Initial Military Training. […] The post Destruction of America: U.S. Army recruits ‘not strong enough to throw … Continue reading

More Than 100 Are Dead As The Worst Flu Epidemic In Years Sweeps Across The United States

Click here to view the original post.More Than 100 Are Dead As The Worst Flu Epidemic In Years Sweeps Across The United States This years flu is going nowhere fast.  It is infection people all over the nation and has caused some serious situations. We have seen whole school districts tapping out to this flu … Continue reading

Star Cluster

Click here to view the original post.Hey Folks, It’s been awhile. Life has been pretty busy. Between jobs, school, PT and various self improvement I am a fairly busy guy. Won’t apologize for that. A lot of the meaningful self improvement we do isn’t necessarily good blog fodder. This spring when school wraps up I … Continue reading

Free PDF: History of Civil Defense 1945 -1984

Click here to view the original post.The PDF History of Civil Defense 1945 -1984 is actually called “America Civil Defence 1945 -1984 The Evolution of Programs and Policies it was written at Emmitsburg Maryland – which the home of the National Emergency Management Center – basically a college campus for teaching strategic courses in Emergency … Continue reading

How to Create a Family Preparedness-Emergency Plan!

How to Create a Family Preparedness-Emergency Plan!

Click here to view the original post. How to Create a Family Preparedness-Emergency Plan The US witnessed one of the worst hurricane seasons in hundreds of years, and that was on top of the countrywide flooding and storms that inflicted parts of the country into panic. These kinds of weather situations aren’t uncommon and are … Continue reading

Forward thinker therefore prepper!

Forward thinker therefore prepper!

Click here to view the original post. Forward thinker therefore prepper! Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio player below! I am a prepper therefore I am a forward thinker. I am a forward thinker therefore I am a prepper. Its a one hand washes the other situation. While I am a young man I … Continue reading

4 Expert Lethal & Non-Lethal Setups For Protection Home & Abroad

Click here to view the original post.4 Expert Lethal & Non-Lethal Setups For Protection Home & Abroad With the turn of events in the last few years you may be really considering a new method of protecting yourself. Where you might once have felt comfortable with mace on your key chain, things might have changed. … Continue reading

Camping Hacks, Tips, and Tricks

Camping is an awesome outdoor activities and it has its own unmatched fun and excitement. Like every other thing, camping can be made more efficient, fun and frolicsome with some really valuable Camping hacks, tips, and tricks. Here are 7 camping tips. Test Your Gear- The gear you bought last year or probably a couple … Continue reading

‘7 Ways to Feed Your Garden for Free’

Click here to view the original post.Last year, David the Good filmed a fun (and funny) presentation for The Grow Network’s Home Grown Food Summit on how you can keep your garden fed and maximize the nutrition in your food without spending a dime. Well, we’re a Community of sustainability-minded DIYers who like to find … Continue reading

Rationing Food After SHTF: Who Eats Last?

Here’s an interesting question that I don’t hear very often: If you start running low on food, how do you ration what’s left? Hopefully, you won’t ever run low on food, but there are plenty of scenarios where it could happen. So in the interest of preparedness, I think it’s important to think about this … Continue reading

Biological Warfare: Is Smallpox a Threat? Recent Government Activity Suggests It Is

Click here to view the original post. ReadyNutrition Readers, we have done several articles on biological weapons, as well as specific diseases that one might encounter with an attack by a so-called “rogue” state.  But we also know the value of a good “false flag,” that is an operation by a government and made to … Continue reading

Combat knives

Combat knives

Click here to view the original post.A combat knife is a knife used for combat.  Pretty simple really.  A combat knife is the same as a fighting knife.  Many people use the term tactical knife to describe a combat knife but this is incorrect.  A tactical knife is not a combat knife.  A tactical knife … Continue reading

ENTER TO WIN – POLYMULE – THE ADVENTURE UTILITY CART

Click here to view the original post.– Now with ‘UPHILL Assist’ – All-Terrain hauler, 400lbs / 10+ cubic feet cargo – All-new updated design – Tough-as-nails construction – Portable, stowable, and stackable, fits in most vehicles – Offered in Desert Tan, Moss Green, and Hivis Yellow – Integrated Kickstand for level loading – Optional all-weather … Continue reading

2 Safety tips for your kids: The sound of gunfire & concealment vs. cover

Click here to view the original post.In the wake of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 and school shootings ever since, a lot of parents have asked how their children can be safe at school if something like this hits closer to home. This is a national discussion that, I hope, will … Continue reading

Can We End Active Shooter Events?

Can We End Active Shooter Events?

Click here to view the original post.   Can we end active shooter events? active shooters part of the New Normal? A mentally disturbed man entered a South Florida high school and killed at least 17 people with an AR-15 rifle. Nikolas Cruz was expelled from the school for erratic and violent behavior and was … Continue reading

Fish Shortages

Click here to view the original post.Have you ever experienced, wanting to order your favorite meal at a restaurant only to discover it’s no longer available? For fish lovers, this may be in your future. In 2017, many major newspapers around the world wrote articles about the demand for fish and the shortages to […] … Continue reading

Companion Planting Basics – Growing Vegetables Together In The Garden!

Click here to view the original post.Simple Steps to a Great Garden – Companion Planting Basics. There are many things that go into a successful garden, like good soil, proper sunlight, and timely watering. But one that often gets overlooked is the simple practice of utilizing The post Companion Planting Basics – Growing Vegetables Together … Continue reading

Plan Your Survival Shelter: 5 Stages to Building a Survival Cabin.

Plan Your Survival Shelter: 5 Stages to Building a Survival Cabin.

Click here to view the original post.Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. Editors Note: A guest submission from David Woods to The Prepper Journal. As always, if you have information for Preppers that you would like to share and possibly receive a $25 cash award as well as being entered into the Prepper Writing … Continue reading

Cold-Weather Chicken Care: The Tale of the Frostbitten Chicken and Lessons Learned About Prevention and Treatment

Cold-Weather Chicken Care: The Tale of the Frostbitten Chicken and Lessons Learned About Prevention and Treatment

Click here to view the original post.Frostbite isn’t normally something I worry about in my holler here in Surry County, North Carolina. However, this year, with record-breaking cold temperatures lasting for weeks at a time, I learned a few lessons in preventing and treating the frostbitten chicken. It all started when Rasputin, my rebel rooster, … Continue reading

Illnesses Risks After Large Natural Disasters or Grid Down Events

Click here to view the original post.It’s something that many people probably don’t think about. But for me, especially considering the epidemic flu season we are currently in the middle of right now, illnesses that could increase after a wide scale natural disaster or if there were to be a grid down event. Seeing how … Continue reading

No Power? No Problem! Methods for Home Security When the Grid is Gone

Click here to view the original post.One of the biggest concerns people have with home security is what is going to happen when the power goes down? When the grid is out what are my options? The post No Power? No Problem! Methods for Home Security When the Grid is Gone appeared first on Ask … Continue reading