This week, you’ll learn how to escape a landslide, the best way to keep critical devices running during a power outage, the only self-defense tool I trust to keep my family safe — and more.
If you think all this prepper stuff won’t make a difference when a large-scale disaster hits, I urge you to think again. Today, check out one reader’s account of surviving the powerful 8.8 quake that occurred in Chile in 2010 — you’ll see it’s a lot easier to prepare than you realize.
This week’s must-read articles feature ways to keep your home heated during a blizzard, a free medical device that could save your life in a winter emergency and a rundown of 10 prepping goals you should be setting for the new year. Take a look.
In this week’s rundown of must-read articles, size matters. First, we’ll touch on the large-scale devastation in Puerto Rico… Next, we’ll take a look at a weapon of mass destruction just waiting to be unleashed on our shores… Then we’ll examine the likelihood of a supervolcanic eruption in our lifetime… And that’s not all.
If North Korea (or any of our enemies) successfully takes down our power grid, there will be a number of daily activities we will need to adapt to our powerless state. Check out this great article from our friends over at 4Patriots that runs down five alternative ways to cook without electricity.
A few weeks ago, several populous U.S. cities experienced unexpected blackouts. Robert Boyd’s article from 4Patriots explores the possibility that these power outages were in preparation for a much larger attack…
Prepping is something everyone can (and should) do. But I understand that age, illness and physical disabilities can present extra challenges when planning for an emergency. But where there’s a will, there’s a way — and sometimes all you really need are a few good ideas to get you started.
In the last few years, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in cyberattacks from foreign governments. Whether it’s hacking the personal data of more than 22 million government employees with security clearances or releasing Hillary Clinton’s emails, every news cycle seems to reveal a new breach.
And these attacks are small peanuts to what’s coming.