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I am a proponent of Celox. If I could be a reseller, I would unashamedly take it up. I am convinced through reports, studies, anecdotes and training that it does what it says it will, and does it better than any similar blood stop product.
While looking for something to share with you all, I came across a series of videos. They are presented by TACDEVGRU on YouTube. HERE is
Continue reading Celox in a Bleeding Test Environment
Came across a series of vids showing the usage of Celox. No time to get them up tonight. Had to save them to my drive, and then find a utility designed to assist in storage the way I like.
By the weekend. It’ll be worth the wait. Most, if not all, questions you might have about Celox and how to correctly use it will be answered.
Continue reading Celox vids
Anyone that is not aware of the use of Police “Dynamic Entry” tactics during so-called no-knock raids needs to be aware of them.
Because the bad guys use those same tactics when conducting HOME INVASIONS. That’s right. The bad guys dress up as “good guys” and smash down doors yelling “Police!” The idea is that YOU won’t shoot a cop, and thusly will allow said bad guys the few
Continue reading No Knock Raids, Cops & Robbers
The most secure of personal wireless security password protocols has been hacked. WPA-2, the best choice for general home wireless network security, seems to have been cut to pieces. In this article by phys.org, we read:Now, a new study published in the International Journal of Information and Computer Security, reveals that one of the previously strongest wireless security systems, Wi-Fi protected access 2 (WPA2) can also be easily broken
Continue reading Seems Data-Thieves cracked WPA-2
And you thought only the NSA was snooping at your window. Forget, for the moment, the
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drone /UAV aspect of this story. Consider that the technology for hacking your Wi-Fi network exists in great abundance, and data-thieves everywhere would love to get a peek at your network data streams. Imagine a world where the guy a few booths over inside your favorite coffee hangout is a
Continue reading Data-Thieving Drones
A while back I wrote an interested family member a few thoughts on LTS food (Long Term Storage) for himself and his teenaged children. He is a budding prepper who has embraced the self defense side of things quite readily and is now working on foods and income. These last two are where I would love to see him concentrate his efforts.
I’ll start off by saying that
Continue reading Advice Given to Family Member re: LTS Foods
When the news came out about MH370 going off radar, it was assumed by most, rightly, that it had crashed. When a plane disappears and doesn’t arrive within hours of its due time, it only makes sense that it has gone down somewhere.
But these thoughts and fears were heavy at a point EARLY ON. Think back to other emerging news story of import. How many of them changed significantly
Continue reading MH370 – You Knew All Along, Right?
Or, will give up what control it has left.
I remember the days of slow dial-up network access with fondness on one level – a private network. When Prodigy and Promenade were pretty much the big guys as far as inter-connectivity among the masses. You became a member, and then could network with people anywhere on the system. Promenade later became America Online, or AOL. Each system had its own
Continue reading US to Give Up Control of the Internet
There is a sale over at Emergency Essentials on Mountain House FD Pork Chops. Just got the e-mail today. I was curious, so I did some reading over there – then elsewhere – then EVERYwhere.
18 to a can, 1/2″ thick, trimmed of fat. Uncooked. That’s a big thing. “Why?”, you ask. Because uncooked means you get to prepare and season it to your taste – not the producer’s. Emergency Essentials
Continue reading Mountain House Freeze Dried Pork Chops
I’ve been retweeting POTRBlog’s work on WIPP for over a month. Why? Because he’s doing a fantastic job and I can’t! I will post his most recent article in its entirety. All credit for work done is due to him.
From Today, March 13, 2014 at POTRBlog.
WIPP’s Radiation Detection Equipment Was Overwhelmed By Explosive Plutonium Release
It was (and still is) mathematically and physically impossible for the exhaust air
Continue reading Have you Heard of WIPP?
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