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What’s in your car kit? If you are like most other people, you probably spend a fair amount of time driving in your car. While it may seem like you could easily and quickly get help if you broke down or became stranded, please do not assume that this will always be the case. What […]

Read more: Things To Keep In Your Car Kit

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 30, 2014, 1:33 pm
At the highest level, silver breaks down into three important categories: silver in industry, investment, and silver jewelry, which together represent more than 95 % of annual silver demand. Silver has been used as a medium of exchange dating back to the earliest of records. Until the late 19th century, most nations were on a […]

Read more: SILVER – Currency For Collapse

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 29, 2014, 3:42 pm
A slippery slope – the collapse – and then lockdown. Consider this sequence while contemplating the big picture of societal collapse into SHTF, and how you would recognize it and prepare for it…   Slippery Slope This begins with creeping normalcy and shifting baseline. Like the proverbial frog that won’t jump out of the pan […]

Read more: 3 Stages Of SHTF

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 29, 2014, 2:39 pm
Check out these seven priorities to being highly effective in what you do while adapting to change and while taking advantage of the opportunities that change creates. Survival preparedness is marginally to do with supplies and preps, while true survival and preparedness has much to do with one’s ability to adapt to change.   1. […]

Read more: 7 Life Priorities For Effective Change

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 28, 2014, 2:47 pm
The alarming global (potential) spread of smallpox is revealed in a research study published in Scientific Reports which considers human mobility patterns in it’s findings. Using a large-scale population model, they simulated the global spread of smallpox after an intentional release event, which showed that potential outbreaks can occur in different continents even before the […]

Read more: Smallpox Virus – Intentional Release And Potential Spread

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 27, 2014, 2:00 pm
Image: Ken Jorgustin: The Presidential Mountain Range – New Hampshire If you’re looking to stock up on long term food storage from quality and substantial vendors who are dealers for Mountain House, Wise Food, Augason Farms, and more — Or survival gear from Tom over at CampingSurvival.com who carries LOTS of product including Military U.S. […]

Read more: Survival Preparedness Resources

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 27, 2014, 12:30 am
Practical modern survival during the summer - The following list of things which can raise your risk of skin cancer can be mostly avoided or minimized by observing this advice:   FAMILY HISTORY If your mother, father, siblings, or children have had a melanoma, your risk is 50 percent greater than the average person’s. There’s […]

Read more: 5 Things That Raise Your Skin Cancer Risk And How To Prevent It

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 26, 2014, 12:38 pm
While you may not know it (this is not reported widely), the wost ever Ebola outbreak is sweeping through west Africa and is apparently raging out of control – while the worst news is that the virus may spill out of Africa into other continents – as exemplified by one of the latest to possibly […]

Read more: Ebola Biological Warfare – A Pandemic Nightmare

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 25, 2014, 3:03 pm
A question for all who come across this post – If all you could take with you are five tools in an outdoor survival scenario – what would they be?   Please comment with your opinion… Read more: If You Could Only Take 5 Tools With You In An Outdoor Survival Scenario – What Would […]

Read more: If You Could Only Take 5 Tools With You In An Outdoor Survival Scenario – What Would They Be?

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 24, 2014, 8:58 pm
Lightning fatalities are highest among those who are fishing, boating, camping, and on the beach – even higher than lightning fatality statistics of golfers (NWS statistics). Many lightning victims were seeking shelter when they were struck because they waited too long before seeking safety. Many believe that they are safe from a lightning strike because […]

Read more: Lightning Strike Risk And Safety

Author: Ken Jorgustin
Posted: July 24, 2014, 1:10 pm




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