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No Mercy: true stories of disasters, survival and brutality

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  • Sat, Jul 05, 2014 - 08:29am

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    Bankers Slave

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    Totally unconnected….but Chris started it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gPjMvTmE2g

  • Sat, Jul 05, 2014 - 09:32am

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    Peak Prosperity Admin

    Peak Prosperity Admin

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    G’dayI am chuffed. After

G'day

 

I am chuffed. After purchasing the Crash Course years ago and all the fantastic information I have received since then from this site, to be able to bring something informative to your attention very pleasing.

I work as a field service technician on bleeding edge technology. I know how fragile our modern systems are. For years I have had concerns that any disruption to the "just in time" distribution systems could result in massive social breakdown.

I live near a regional city in New South Wales which is surrounded by broadacre farming, so 90% of all food is imported from outside the region.  There is no local warehousing so the region really is only 3 days from starvation.

I have been watching the Prepper Movement and have made some preparations for me and my family. Hopefully I will never need them.

"No Mercy" has enlightened me as to potential dangers that have not been discussed in Prepper circles.

 

 

 

  • Sat, Jul 05, 2014 - 11:31am

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    ron poitras

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    Surviving a mine disaster

Read this week's New Yorker for a detail article on how 33 miners survived 69 days with little food & water 2400 feet below the surface.  A harrowing tale reinforcing many of the points raised above by Oldvanman..

.http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2014/07/07/140707fa_fact_tobar?currentPage=all 

  • Mon, Jul 07, 2014 - 12:28pm

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    phil hecksel

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    There was a story that popped

There was a story that popped up on the internet a few years ago from an alleged Bosnian survivor.  Many disputed the validity of his story.  He either went through it or did a fantastic job detailing his alleged experience.  It told the tale of what it would take to survive in a collapsed situation.  Most of us are not nearly ruthless enough to survive if it truly turns bad.

Another great resource is the movie "After Armageddon" and the tale of a family that struggles to survive when the systems all collapse.

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