At that point, you inventory your food in your head and realize that pickles and frozen, uncooked, burgers won’t work in this type of emergency. You might rush to the store after work, but by then it’s too late. [Read more…]
A natural disaster has left you and your surrounding area without electricity, heat, water, or access to a grocery store or any other means of acquiring food.
You have no idea how long the emergency will last.
Whether stranded in the wild or stuck inside due to a disaster situation, there are specific needs that must be taken care of to survive. The obvious needs of food and water should be prepared for ahead of any catastrophe as should medical needs.
While most expect to store the basics, many may overlook the array of materials needed for complete survival first aid kits. If you feel you have stored excessive items, remember that your best chance of surviving is to have items you don’t need rather than needing items and not having them. [Read more…]
It is the moments after a horrible disaster.
The radio in your quaint little cabin only reports static on every frequency. Even your old multi-band scanner, which sweeps the emergency bands, produces no updates.
Your wife and kids are huddled up on the couch waiting to hear the news, but still nothing but perpetual static.
This is the moment you have been preparing for. [Read more…]
Maybe you’re worried about the Yellowstone Caldera, otherwise know as the Yellowstone Supervolcano.
Is there a comet out there aiming for earth?
Are we humans stupid enough to engage in mutually assured annihilation? [Read more…]