The New Yorker published a story July 20th, 2015, in which they detailed the destruction a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami would cause in areas of the Pacific Northwest. The story is called The Really Big One (Schulz, 2015). The danger zone that the article is … [Read more...] about Did You Reassess Your Preparedness Level after the New Yorker Story?
You are wondering, what Greece has to do with Preppers. It's complicated to say the least, but Greece and its citizens are experiencing a crisis, a crisis in which not many of the citizens were prepared for. There is plenty of blame to go around however. The Greek government, … [Read more...] about Have We Learned Anything from the Greek Tragedy
"One man had actually lived in the woods of Maine for twenty-seven years, in an unheated nylon tent" (Finkel, n.d.). Christopher Thomas Knight walked into the woods of Maine in 1986 at the age of 20, and for 27 years he lived in a tent and under tarps and slipped through the … [Read more...] about The Incredible Tale of the North Pond Hermit
It is no surprise that there is a joint U.S. Air Force and Boeing electromagnetic pulse weapon, capable of targeting and destroying electrical systems referred to as the "Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project" (CHAMP) (Chang, 2015). Really, this is … [Read more...] about An EMP Attack Has Gone From Slightly Possible To Probable in the U.S.
Russia is like the neighbor from hell. You know the kind. The type of neighbor that builds a tool shed 12 inches over your property line, and then dares you to do something about it, or the type that blows all their leaves onto your property and just smiles and says so sorry my … [Read more...] about Russia Doesn’t Need To Invade the United States