Monthly Archives: July 2015

  • David Adams Jul 30, 2015

    7 Edible Plants Every Prepper Should Know

    These Edible Plants Could Easily Help Save Your Life Long before there was emergency food storage our ancestors depended on the “fruit of the land” to help feed them and to keep them alive. Unfortunately for most Americans we’ve grown distant from the life-saving knowledge our ancestors had. And that means if the average American… Read More

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  • David Adams Jul 17, 2015

    A Weird Way Snow Shovels Will Make Free Energy All Year Long

    A Weird Way Snow Shovels Will Make Free Energy All Year Long

    Free Energy Is Easier Than You Think One of the things most people think about when they they think of SHTF scenarios is getting some alternative sources of power together. Some turn to solar, others turns to generators that run off of gas, or some other fuel source. The problem with these solutions is they’re… Read More

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  • David Adams Jul 14, 2015

    Veteran Could Be Arrested For Off The Grid Living

    Veteran Could Be Arrested For Off The Grid Living

    Off The Grid Living at Risk This story is insane. Tyler Truitt bought land and then put a home on it. The city he lives in it doesn’t matter if he owns his land, he can’t do what he wants with it. Trying to live off the grid is a huge no-no in their eyes. Truth… Read More

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  • Damian Campbell Jul 13, 2015

    How to Survive a Bear Attack

    How to Survive a Bear Attack

    I grew up in Rocky Mountain bear country. I spent a lot of that time in the mountains trying to get as far from my fellow human beings as possible, I even tracked several bears in the fall snows, and in all that time (over 25 years) I saw exactly three bears. One while driving… Read More

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  • David Adams Jul 11, 2015

    Avoiding The Hidden Dangers Behind Home Water Storage

    Avoiding The Hidden Dangers Behind Home Water Storage

    Water Storage For Emergency Situations Water Storage is an indisputable necessity when it comes to surviving an emergency crisis. If your normal supply of water is suddenly unavailable or becomes tainted then it’s without a doubt in your best interest to have a backup water storage supply in place. Now when most people imagine water storage… Read More

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  • David Adams Jul 9, 2015

    Build Your Own DIY 40 Watt Solar Panel For Less Than $15.00

    Build Your Own DIY 40 Watt Solar Panel For Less Than $15.00

    Easy DIY Solar Power Solar Power is an amazing alternative to standard forms of power. Thats because using nothing more than the bright rays of the sun you can power a wide variety of household items. However, most traditional solar power units are quite expensive. Buying solar power units that have been professionally built and installed… Read More

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  • Damian Campbell

    How to Identify Heat Exhaustion and What to Do About It

    How to Identify Heat Exhaustion and What to Do About It

    As summer wears on you tend to get used to working in the heat. If you aren’t careful and pay attention to what you are doing you can find yourself suffering from heat exhaustion or even continuing on into heat stroke. Your body cools itself by sweating to put liquid (sweat) on your skin and… Read More

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