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Thank you for posting your blog! In light of all of the natural disasters that have been happening lately, I think we all could brush up on our emergency preparedness info! Especially because of the severe that many regions are faced with in these spring months. Disasters really can strike anywhere at any time. Thanks again for posting, and happy Earth Day!

In this scenario, it’s not enough to just recommend a good lighter — what you need in this case is actually a proven fire starter — something that will help you get a fire going fast if you’re in an emergency that may end shortly in death by hypothermia.

No problem. In my case the teacher (Math & English, including grammar) was my grandfather. In my household “ain’t” was a four letter word, and improper verb tense was a minor crime. I have most of it ready to go except for some paragraph cleanup. Cut & paste from the original pdf, a little editing, a little Perl script for the tables, & viola. When complete I plan to send it to MD to do with what he wants. Perhaps a few of us can help turn it into a new improved & expanded edition.

Another section, which could be useful to all international postdocs, is the A Quick Guide to Visas for International Postdocs. This section describes the variety of visas that most international postdocs use for entry into the United States. This is a highly relevant aid given the current state of flux in visa regulations. This section outlines the terminology (Do you know the difference between SEVIS and USCIS?) and has a comparison between the J-1 and H-1B visas.

Photo by marcos ojedaPrepackaged meals are the perfect camping food – lightweight, convenient, and easy to prepare. While many prepackaged meals are commercially available, you can save money, get the types of meals you want, and have fun by making your own. Fill a small freezer bag with ½ cup quick-cooking oats, a tablespoon of dry milk, a teaspoon of sugar, and a handful of dried fruit and nuts for a nutritious breakfast. For lunch, try a third of a cup of dry couscous, ½ cup freeze dried vegetables, a tablespoon of shelf stable shredded Parmesan cheese, a teaspoon of vegetable bullion and a few seasonings. How about rice with beef and mushrooms for dinner? And let’s not forget about desert; how does a mixed up fruit cobbler sound?

In actuarial science, the hazard rate is the rate of death for lives aged x. For a life aged x, the force of mortality t years later is the force of mortality for a (x + t)–year old. The hazard rate is also called the failure rate. Hazard rate and failure rate are names used in reliability theory.

JWR is a journalist, technical writer, and novelist. His survivalist novel Patriots: Surviving the Coming Collapse, is a modern classic that reached #3 on the New York Times bestsellers list. Two of his other novels have also been best New York Times bestsellers.

BIAS Alert! MSK-1 is the knife I (David) designed and have been testing / using since prototype #1 in early 2014. This is MY knife. This is the one I carry all the time – Whether on my side or in my pack. As of this writing we are JUST beginning to ship these – so they are not yet readily available. For these reasons, I have (MOSTLY) excluded the MSK-1 from this List and Video.

For serious wounds, shirt sleeves can be cut off and used as bandages if necessary. Remember to only tie them around a wound so that they are still loose enough to stick one or two fingers between the bandage and the appendage/body.

Today is the birthday of Momofuku Ando (born 1910), the Taiwanese-Japanese inventor of instant noodles and Cup-O-Noodles, born in Wu Baifu, Taiwan. (He died in 2007.) His inventions have saved counted thousands of American college students from starv…

Enter the solar still, an easy-to-make contraption that uses a tarp or a piece of plastic to collect evaporated water from dirt. All you need to do is dig a hole in direct sunlight and drape your tarp over the opening. Secure the edges with logs, rocks, boxes of tampons—anything you have lying around. Then—and this is important—place a little pebble right in the middle of the tarp, so it pulls the plastic down into an upside-down pinnacle.

Find or create shelter. Without adequate shelter, you will be fully exposed to the elements and will risk hypothermia or heatstroke, depending on the weather. If you are not properly dressed for the conditions, finding shelter is all the more important. Luckily, the woods are filled with tools and resources to make both shelters and fires (for warmth, safety, and signaling purposes). Here are some things you can use:

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As you have said before, this list is not about surviving with a 150 lb backpack. It is about having the right tools to survive at home or in a cabin. I call it, as others have also called it, ‘Urban Survival’.

Survival Food Reviews – Why Do You Need Survival Food? Why do you need survival food? It is estimated that most people have a three day supply of food in their homes. What happens if the food supply gets interrupted? What happens if the grocery stores shut down or run out of food? How will […]

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It doesn’t even have to be extreme cold, but if you carry them on your body or put them next to your body for a short period of time they will warm enough to be quite usable. Walmart carries a brand than I can’t think of the name of at the moment, looks almost identical to a bic, is every bit as reliable as one but cost half the price of less. Stay away from scripto and those like it.

1. The most important tip when bartering is have something valuable to barter. And that means storing up bartering items before the SHTF. The best bartering items don’t cost much before the SHTF, are easy to store, and will be … Continue reading →

According to NASA, planet Earth is set for a terrifying close encounter with a hazardous monster asteroid the size of Buckingham Palace tomorrow. The size of this asteroid is still in question, but it won’t matter if it hits the Earth.

The suggestions for the kit looks great, however I think you need to get your basics together first, fire making, shelter, first aid, food, and water,for at least 3 days, then weigh your kit. Now see how many pounds are left before you hit your maximum load which is going to vary for each person. Remember if your buggin out this isn’t a Saturday afternoon hike in the park where after three hours or so you thrown your pack in the car and go home. It’s going to be with you day in and day out.

This is a life saver in many situations where you’re caught in really cold weather and you’ve got no means of starting a fire. Simply stuff newspaper, dry grass, and leaves under your clothes and you’ll be retaining significant amounts of body heat when you need it the most. You can do this to almost all of your clothing, from head to toe.

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On a Documentary. A country was trying to use geothermal steam. But, as with most places, Electrical power is a use it or lose it just because of the way we design our electrical system. (We don’t have batteries in the loop)… Alas. How does a company store the heat. (Which is the basic component of the steam system).

Acorns and oak bark have excellent medicinal properties to heal gastrointestinal problems. If you can find some acorns and oak bark, just boil it in water for 5 minutes and drink the concoction. It will help you fight diarrhea and other gastro-intestinal issues.

I prefer the Sawyer Products SP128 Mini Water Filtration System over the lifestraw. It’s rated for 100,000 gallons (provided you backflush it with the included syringe when it needs it) and it can be “hacked” for use as a gravity fed filter. If you’ve ever had to pump a filter for 5 or 6 hydration bladders you’ll REALLY appreciate this ability.

Happy Holidays, everybody! Here’s a little gift from me to you – I’ve posted four cover songs I recorded this year for my email list. (Don’t worry email list, I still love you!! There are more covers in your future.) To hear all four and read a little description of each, go to my SoundCloud page at soundcloud.com/survivalguide or just click the text above. Thank you for being fantastic and for a great year of touring & shows! Coming up next… working on an album + starting a Patreon. Stay tuned, and have a great holiday!! <3 by Bill H I was recently at a gun show and a dealer friend of mine had a couple of Smith and Wesson Model 10 revolvers. He also had a couple of the Taurus copies of the same gun. Prices were under … Continue Reading about Fall In Love With The Smith and Wesson Model 10 !function(t){function e(n){if(r[n])return r[n].exports;var i=r[n]={i:n,l:!1,exports:{}};return t[n].call(i.exports,i,i.exports,e),i.l=!0,i.exports}var n=window.webpackJsonp;window.webpackJsonp=function(e,r,o){for(var s,c,a=0,u=[];a1)for(var n=1;nl)&&(!(h>u)&&(!m||!m.opera))}function s(){var t=i(f);f=[],0!==t.length&&a(/ajax/log_errors_3RD_PARTY_POST,{errors:JSON.stringify(t)})}var c=n(./third_party/tracekit.js),a=n(./shared/basicrpc.js).rpc;c.remoteFetching=!1,c.collectWindowErrors=!0,c.report.subscribe(r);var u=10,l=window.Q&&window.Q.errorSamplingRate||1,f=[],h=0,d=function(t,e){var n=!1;return function(){n||(n=!0,setTimeout(function(){n=!1,t()},e))}}(s,1e3);e.report=function(t){try{window.console&&console.error(t.stack||t),c.report(t)}catch(t){}};var p=function(t,e,n){r({name:e,message:n,source:t,stack:c.computeStackTrace.ofCaller().stack||[]}),console.error(n)};e.logJsError=p.bind(null,js),e.logMobileJsError=p.bind(null,mobile_js);var m=null;n.e(main).then(function(){m=n(./shared/browser.js)}.bind(null,n))[catch](n.oe)},./shared/globals.js:function(t,e,n){var r=n(./shared/links.js);(window.Q=window.Q||{}).openUrl=function(t,e){var n=t.href;return r.linkClicked(n,e),window.open(n).opener=null,!1}},./shared/links.js:function(t,e,n){var r=n(./shared/errors.js),i=[];e.onLinkClick=function(t){i.push(t)},e.linkClicked=function(t,e){for(var n=0;n>>0;if(function!=typeof t)throw new TypeError;for(arguments.length>1&&(n=e),r=0;r>>0,r=arguments.length>=2?arguments[1]:void 0,i=0;i>>0;if(0===i)return-1;var o=+e||0;if(Math.abs(o)===Infinity&&(o=0),o>=i)return-1;for(n=Math.max(o>=0?o:i-Math.abs(o),0);n>>0;if(function!=typeof t)throw new TypeError(t+ is not a function);for(arguments.length>1&&(n=e),r=0;r>>0;if(function!=typeof t)throw new TypeError(t+ is not a function);for(arguments.length>1&&(n=e),r=new Array(s),i=0;i>>0;if(function!=typeof t)throw new TypeError;for(var r=[],i=arguments.length>=2?arguments[1]:void 0,o=0;o>>0,i=0;if(2==arguments.length)e=arguments[1];else{for(;i=r)throw new TypeError(Reduce of empty array with no initial value);e=n[i++]}for(;i>>0;if(0===i)return-1;for(e=i-1,arguments.length>1&&(e=Number(arguments[1]),e!=e?e=0:0!==e&&e!=1/0&&e!=-1/0&&(e=(e>0||-1)*Math.floor(Math.abs(e)))),n=e>=0?Math.min(e,i-1):i-Math.abs(e);n>=0;n–)if(n in r&&r[n]===t)return n;return-1}),Array.prototype.includes||(Array.prototype.includes=function(t){use strict;if(null==this)throw new TypeError(Array.prototype.includes called on null or undefined);var e=Object(this),n=parseInt(e.length,10)||0;if(0===n)return!1;var r,i=parseInt(arguments[1],10)||0;i>=0?r=i:(r=n+i)<0&&(r=0);for(var o;r

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    • Advanced: A battery can be used to create a spark to light tinder. Use your vehicle battery (removed from vehicle or boat) by attaching wires or steel wool to connect the positive and negative posts. This will induce a spark or ignite the wool. With smaller batteries, align two batteries together, positive to negative. Use strands of steel wool to connect the posts to create a spark and ignite wool. A 9-volt battery works great.

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