Tag Archives: Prep

  • What Should I Do?

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    10 Ways to Make Fire Without Matches

    Updated videos on methods of creating fire
    by Jason

    Thursday, April 28, 2016, 8:24 PM

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    As we look at preparing for uncertain times, we seek to have the resources on hand to weather the storm and be more resilient in our daily lives.  We store water and put food away for shortages or emergency situations.  We make sure we can communicate with family, friends, and loved ones.  We are all working on building resilience our own ways and learning from each other. 

    Knowledge and skills acquisition is a topic that resonates greatly with the Peak Prosperity community. In this article we will explore a critical skill to learn and practice that can help you in really tough times or emergency situations – the skill of making fire.

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  • What Should I Do?
    Clean Drinking Water

    Clean Water in an Emergency

    3 simple preps for ensuring access to water
    by bgarrett

    Wednesday, July 22, 2015, 3:30 PM

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    Having access to clean water in an emergency is critical and almost always overlooked until it is too late. Here are a few obvious points to understand about water:

    • Without water you die very quickly
    Depending on your health and age, you will live for 5-7 days without clean water. You can live much longer without food.

    • Water is heavy and takes up a lot of space
    A gallon of water weighs about 8.3 pounds. Water is not easy to transport because it is so heavy. That means your emergency water plan should account for that.

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    How To Prepare For War

    Sounds steps today will actually make a big difference
    by Chris Martenson

    Thursday, March 12, 2015, 7:35 PM

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    Executive Summary

    • There's much you can do to reduce your risk in advance of the arrival of a:
      • Trade war
      • Energy war
      • Financial war
      • Cyber war
      • Grid-down sabotage
      • Shooting war
      • Nuclear war
    • The steps you should prioritze the most right now

    If you have not yet read Part 1: Is It Time To Prepare For War? available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    As a preamble, I need to note that I do not enjoy or derive any satisfaction from writing about or spending time on figuring out how to dodge the worst impacts of human behavior.  War sits right at the top of my ‘This is stupid’  list, as war represents the idea that all other attempts at being smart or diplomatic have already failed.  I'm sorry that I have to spend time writing this report, and I am sorry that you have to spend time considering it.  With that said, I feel I have no choice, and somebody has to take on this task.  With a heavy heart…

    If the West (meaning the US and Europe) decides to further goad Russia, war may be inevitable. Sooner or later, Russia will have to switch from 'response' mode to 'reaction' mode.  I’ve previous detailed the reasons for this in previous reports here, here and here.

    As (sadly) expected, things have only escalated over the past year, not de-escalated. The West has a serious bone to pick with Russia, yet nobody can really explain what it is or why the conflict exists. (As an aside, I think it’s just bruised neo-con egos over Syria, but it really doesn’t matter what the explanation is at this point.) So, here we are in la-la land.

    The consequences of an escalated conflict between Russia and the US/West could range from a very minor skirmish fought over some relatively meaningless items of trade, to an attack on financial markets, all the way to an all-out nuclear exchange.

    The question becomes: What, if anything, can we do to prepare?

    Lots, as it turns out.

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