Tag Archives: Disaster

The First 60 Items to Disappear After a Disaster

Whatever the type of disaster, whether it be a hurricane, earthquake, tsunami or economic collapse, those who have lived through catastrophic events know that certain items become scarce real quick leading up to and following a major disaster.  Below is a list of the first 60 items that typically vanish first (in no particular order of importance).…

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Private Property Under Attack, Grid Lies and 400 Chernobyls

On this installment of Survival and Beyond, I talk about Agenda 21 tyranny and the multi-pronged effort to abolish private property in America. I also had the pleasure of interviewing MIT engineer and author of “When Disaster Strikes” – Mat Stein. Mat discusses the under-reported threat of large-scale nuclear power plant disaster as a result…

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Hygiene Preparedness for Survival

One of the most important, but probably one of the most overlooked aspects of survival preparedness is hygiene. In a disaster or collapse situation in which the services which most of us take for granted – such as water sanitation and trash removal – stop running, you will see large outbreaks of sickness and disease…

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Tips for Food Safety After a Disaster

It can be difficult to maintain good hygiene and cleanliness following a disaster, but is essential for your survival. These steps will help you serve safe foods and beverages: In order to prevent the spread of infection, always wash your hands with plenty of soap and water before handling or preparing food or eating. Make…

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Preppers Take Action – Will You Act?

Preppers are by definition people of action and one of the ideas that I always try to get across to people who may not understand what “prepping” is all about, or how it benefits communities, is that preppers don’t just prep for themselves, they prep for everyone in their immediate area as well.  Does this…

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Protect Yourself Against Infectious Disease Before and After SHTF

One of the greatest dangers after a disaster or a collapse situation is the spread of infectious diseases.  When the clean water stops running and sanitation services such as sewage treatment and trash removal stop operating, health experts expect an explosion of infections and bacteria caused illness.  Adding to that, the greater likelihood of  injury…

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15 Potential “Black Swan” Events That Could Destroy the U.S. Economy

As many people are becoming aware, we’re living in remarkably unstable times, and the potential for any given event that could cause “sea change” to the  U.S. economy over the next 12 months is greater than ever.  But there lies the potential for several potentially massive threats that could easily push the U.S. over the edge…

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According to Survey: Over Half of Americans are Totally Unprepared

According to a recent survey this month conducted by the  Persuadable Research Corporation over half of survey respondents believe that they are unprepared for a disaster. The problem is that the prime factor that motivates people to prepare for disasters is largely personal experience.  If you’ve never been the victim of a disaster, you tend to…

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