Protect Yourself Against The EMP Threat: The Faraday Cage

A Faraday Cage (or Faraday Shield) is a sealed enclosure that has an electrically conductive outer layer. It can come in the form of a box, a cylinder, or any other closed shape. The material from which the container is built can have conductive properties or not. This doesn’t really matter that much, since the…

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Protect Yourself From The Greatest Threat America Is Facing Today: The EMP

Many people have heard of EMP. Almost all of us know that it stands for Electromagnetic pulse, and that it can cause serious damage to our electronics. What not all people know is that on high energy levels, the EMP pulse can also damage buildings or aircraft. In 2009, the American people were warned through…

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How To Cope With A Financial Collapse

Many well-respected economists, billionaires, and noted authors are saying that a new financial crisis is imminent. According to experts such as Marc Faber, Peter Schiff, Donald Trump, and Robert Wiedemer, we are on the verge of another recession, and this one will be far worse than what we experienced during the last financial crisis. Marc…

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Keep in touch: Communication systems for during and after disaster

Communications are crucial in a survival situation. Regardless of the type of aftermath we are facing, a means of communication can save your life. Most of us take technology for granted, not realizing how much we depend on it, but the fact is, our technology is very vulnerable in the face of a disaster, either…

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A sneak peek into how the super-rich are prepping

When the ultra-rich start prepping, they are ready to fork over $3 million in cash for a luxury condominium near Concordia, Kan. complete with indoor swimming pool, 17-seat Movie Theater, or hydroponic vegetable garden. The real selling point of the 1,820-square-foot apartment: It will be buried 174 feet underground in a decommissioned missile silo sturdy…

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Raise Yourself from That Financial Collapse

A few years ago a story appeared in the prestigious USA Today about a person named Curtis McKenzie of Tulsa, Okla. He had a good job going, with an annual salary of $60,000, working at a technology firm. One day to his utter consternation, he was laid off without warning. He looked for various jobs…

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How to know if an Underground Bunker is Reasonable and Prudent

I don’t think that underground bunkers should be used in the name of preparing against a nuclear fall-out scenario. I recently watched a cast member from “Doomsday Preppers”,  who spent at least six figures just to install an empty underground bunker, located an hour and a half away from his home—which also means that he…

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Wildfire Survival – Protecting your Home and Family

Wildfires come in all shapes and sizes. They always begin small, and if they are contained quickly, there is minimal property and landscape damage. The problem is that most wildfires start in remote locations during the dry season when plenty of tinder, dried grasses and wood is littering the ground. If there is little or…

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