September 2016 archive

Sep 30

Would ALL Wildlife Be Wiped Out If Society Collapses? The Answer May Surprise You

All hunters complain, at least one, about having to buy a hunting license. For that matter, they’ve probably complained that they were limited to hunting only during a few short weeks a year. But in fact, there is a very good reason why we need hunting licenses and we need a hunting season. That is, …

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Sep 30

[Video] Planting A Wilderness Survival Cache

Burying an emergency supply cache is a smart survival strategy. The post [Video] Planting A Wilderness Survival Cache appeared first on Survival Bell. from Survival Bell Click Here for full article

Sep 30

Dislocated Shoulders: Identifying Them & Popping Them Back In

Throwing your shoulder out happens. If you have boxed or been involved in combative sports (or sports in general for that matter) you have either had it happen to you or know someone who has. Personally, I have dislocated both my right and left shoulder on numerous occasions, and frankly don’t give it much thought.… …

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Sep 30

Top 3 Hacks for Packing Your Survival Gear

Run! Sometimes that’s the only answer to life-threatening situations. At this point, there’s no telling what type of state the country will be in a year from now… or even in months. Complete anarchy? War? Rebellion? A collapsed economy? One can never really tell… Not to mention, there’s always the threat of the next big natural …

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Sep 30

Prepping on a Budget: 10 Survival Items That Everyone Can Afford

Photo by Tim MacWelch Super glue is a small but mighty item for preppers. Just because preparedness gear has the potential to be lifesaving doesn’t mean that gear has to carry a high price tag. Sometimes, the simplest and cheapest piece of gear is the right tool for the job.  Check out these ten preps that …

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Sep 29

Prepping on a Budget: 10 Survival Items That Everyone Can Afford

Photo by Tim MacWelch Super glue is a small but mighty item for preppers. Just because preparedness gear has the potential to be lifesaving doesn’t mean that gear has to carry a high price tag. Sometimes, the simplest and cheapest piece of gear is the right tool for the job.  Check out these ten preps that …

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Sep 29

FEMA’s Emergency Alert System Hacked: Warns of Hazardous Materials Disaster On Trains

Utica, New York, Television viewers started seeing weird messages pop up on their screen warning of a pending Hazardous Materials disaster somewhere in the United States. […] The post FEMA’s Emergency Alert System Hacked: Warns of Hazardous Materials Disaster On Trains appeared first on Off Grid Survival – Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills. from Off …

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Sep 29

Hoboken New Jersey Train Crash Injures 100 or more

More than 100 people were injured this morning and at least one dead in a Hoboken New Jersey train crash.  The commuter train crashed during rush hour impacting the terminal at full speed, breaking through a wall, and collapsing the roof of the building.  Authorities still have not determined the cause of the crash. Witnesses …

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Sep 29

The 3-Ingredient Ancient Home Remedy Used During The Time Of Christ

Pliny the Younger, the author and politicians of the late 2nd century – meaning it likely was used during the time of Christ. Raw vinegar is full of antioxidants and is a natural probiotic, but it’s also been shown to sooth sore throats, improve digestion, reduce cholesterol, help guard against cancer and maintain a healthy …

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Sep 29

Myth Busting – Knife Attacks

  I wrote this article as an addition to the (excellent) guest article we recently had on on our blog. I have to say that it is written based on my experience, seeing and dealing with knife attacks and wounds, both during the SHTF and during my work in the medical field. It is not …

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