Tag Archives: Survival

How to Make a Rocket Stove

The Rocket stove is based on an ingenious combination of principles: The combustion chamber is insulated in order to keep the fire hot (above 1,100 F.) to burn the wood more completely, reducing smoke, which is uncombusted fuel.  The cooking stoves are low-mass, robbing less heat from the pot.  An insulated chimney creates a very…

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Absolute Rights Newsletter Publishes “Get Out of Dodge” Report

The Absolute Rights newsletter today published the “Disaster Preparedness Is Why The “Get Out Of Dodge” Report Was Created” article. The Absolute Rights newsletter explains the following disasters are covered in depth in the “Get Out Of Dodge” report, along with many others, so download a copy today. Hurricane Katrina struck swiftly and suddenly during…

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Ed Corcoran Interviewed on Natural News TV by Health Ranger Mike Adams

Recently, Mike Adams (aka The Health Ranger) invited me to come on his show to talk to his audience about survival, bugging out and – of course – health issues in relation to survivalism and preparedness.  I’ve always been a big fan of the work Mike has been doing with Natural News and I have…

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No Fooling – April is Earthquake Preparedness Month

April is Earthquake Preparedness Month (or “Disaster Preparedness Month” in the state of Washington). Are you ready for the unexpected? In observance of April’s Earthquake Preparedness Month, County Officies of Emergency Management (OEMs) across the country are urging citizens to take simple steps to prepare for earthquakes, floods, man-made disasters and other emergencies. “We can’t…

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FDA Claims Walnuts are a Drug

With all the dangerous pharmaceuticals on the market that have side effects that cause hundreds of thousands of deaths every year, you would think the regulatory agency would be out there getting those drugs off the market and shutting down the manufacturers.  But instead, they’re going after food producers that claim scientifically proven health benefits.…

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What is the BEST Survival Knife?

Always a loaded question, always fodder for debate and argument and always a question that is pretty much impossible to answer.   Cold Steel, Becker, Blind Horse, Gerber, Tom Brown or the ever popular (and wallet-friendly) Mora?  Well, our friend Adam from Equip 2 Endure takes a shot at answering that question, covering models by…

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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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Navigation: Using a Compass & Map

Everyone talks about the importance of shelter, water and food (and yes in that order) but another important survival skill that rates right up with those three, yet you rarely hear mentioned in the same sentence too much, is knowing how to navigate in the wilderness  If you’ve ever been lost out in woods where…

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