Category Archives: Nuclear Survival

  • David Adams May 11, 2018

    EMP Protection: How To Survive An EMP Attack

    <h1>EMP Protection: How To Survive An EMP Attack</h1>

    If you have been prepping for any length of time you have probably come across something about Electromagnetic Pulses (EMPs) by now. What is an EMP? Put simply (and I am no scientific expert), an EMP occurs when magnetic fields interact and rapidly change causing a surge of voltage in electronics. One of the most… Read More

  • Survival Frog Dec 15, 2017

    Infographic – How Worried Should We Be About a North Korean Nuke?

    <h1>Infographic – How Worried Should We Be About a North Korean Nuke?</h1>

    North Korea’s aggressive behavior recently has Americans concerned about the threat of nuclear war. Polls show that 82% of Americans fear the threat of a North Korean nuke, split somewhat evenly between the political parties. It’s no wonder people are concerned when there’s a rogue nation eager to use its nuclear weapons to destroy us…. Read More

  • Survival Frog Mar 20, 2017

    Are You Prepared For Radiation Poisoning?

    <h1>Are You Prepared For Radiation Poisoning?</h1>

    Even ignoring the threat of nuclear war, billions of people still risk facing dangerous levels of radiation poisoning. By now, many have forgotten about the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and consider it to be an isolated incident. What no one talks about is the fact that roughly 80 percent of the radioactivity from the Fukushima… Read More

  • Survival Frog Aug 23, 2016

    8 Edible Insects For Survival

    <h1>8 Edible Insects For Survival</h1>

    If disaster strikes, you’ll need to know about the various edible insects for survival that are available to you. It’s true that most people in the United States get a bit squeamish when they hear they might have to swallow a few bugs – even if they’re doing so to stay alive. However, the fact is there are… Read More

  • Survival Frog Jul 25, 2016

    The Best Books For Preppers

    <h1>The Best Books For Preppers</h1>

    Does anyone even know the best books for preppers anymore? I mean, I know it’s 2016, but “real” books are becoming non-existent – everything nowadays is on a tablet or Kindle and reading in general is going down the tubes. However, to those of us that know better, prepping books provide a wealth of knowledge, educating… Read More

  • Survival Frog Jun 28, 2016

    How To Get Water From A Tree

    <h1>How To Get Water From A Tree</h1>

    Most preppers have learned how to get water in a survival situation. This plan often involves collecting it from a nearby stream or lake, and then boiling it to make it drinkable. Now don’t get me wrong – that’s a fantastic way to get water. And it’s quite effective. However, what if I told you it… Read More

  • Survival Frog May 27, 2016

    24 Mistakes You Need To Know Before Prepping

    <h1>24 Mistakes You Need To Know Before Prepping</h1>

    I’ve been a prepper for many, many years – and, naturally, there’s a lot of mistakes I’ve made that I wish I had known to avoid before I started prepping. I began prepping long before most Americans got into it, and unfortunately didn’t have Google or blog posts or YouTube at the time to help… Read More

  • Survival Frog Nov 18, 2015

    Fears Of Nuclear War Mount As Russian TV Reveal Scary Blueprints

    <h1>Fears Of Nuclear War Mount As Russian TV Reveal Scary Blueprints</h1>

    If You Don’t Think Nuclear War Is Something To Worry About… Then you need to pay close attention to what’s going on between the U.S. and Russia. It was a few weeks ago when Americans all along the western seaboard noticed something quite peculiar. High above them a bright and shiny object moved with alarming pace…. Read More

  • Survival Frog Oct 23, 2015

    7 Pieces of Affordable Radiation Survival Gear

    <h1>7 Pieces of Affordable Radiation Survival Gear</h1>

    Radiation Poisoning, Still a Real Threat For many of you reading this you’ll no doubt remember a time when the threat of an all out nuclear war between the United States and her enemies was something you spent a decent amount of time worrying about. Schools dedicated a significant portion of teaching students exactly what to do if… Read More