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Hypothermia: What You Need To Know…

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Rate Us: Unless you live in the tropics, winter is likely to bring uncertain weather, including bone-chilling temperatures, severe winds, freezing rain and significant snowfall. Those that have failed to prepare for extreme weather events are in for a world of hurt if the power or heat goes out. The cold can really get to you, especially if you have to spend time outdoors clearing debris, shoveling snow, or simply…

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How to prepare for economic meltdown

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Rate Us: Talking about the economic meltdown has become somewhat of a pass-time activity for any.Some like to say it’s all hot wind invented by the media in order to sell papers, while some say it’s a complicated systemic fault that’s too hard to understand. Either way, we grew accustomed to discussing about the meltdown in terms of theory. Actually, we all like to think that the world will remain…

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How to know if an Underground Bunker is Reasonable and Prudent

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Rate Us: I don’t think that underground bunkers should be used in the name of preparing against a nuclear fall-out scenario. I recently watched a cast member from “Doomsday Preppers”,  who spent at least six figures just to install an empty underground bunker, located an hour and a half away from his home—which also means that he had to pay for the land as well. Then he purchased all of…

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The New Reality of Life in America

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Rate Us: It is indeed regrettable that most of the people whom you happen to come across these days are quite dissatisfied with not only their present lives but their whole lifestyles as well. Even during periods of economic prosperity, Americans as a whole worked for longer hours as compared to people of most other countries; they also take much less time off, as also paid less in wages or…

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When a Volcano Erupts – Ways to Survive

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Rate Us: Most people don’t realize that there are between 50 and 60 volcano eruptions around the world each year. Granted, most of them just blow smoke, or at worst, produce a typical lava flow that can be easily tracked. But every so often, a volcanic eruption will produce the classic mountain top explosion, with ash rain and lava flows that will engulf everything in its path for hundreds of…

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Avalanche Survival – Beating the Odds

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Rate Us: The statistics are these. Avalanches kill, on average, about 25 people per year. The vast majority are men and they are predominantly risk takers, like extreme skiers and snowboarders. Snowmobilers account for almost half of avalanche tragedies because the weight, machine vibrations, and the fact that they can easily and quickly get you into places where you shouldn’t be, trigger weakened snowpack areas. If you like to take…

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Wildfire Survival – Protecting your Home and Family

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Rate Us: Wildfires come in all shapes and sizes. They always begin small, and if they are contained quickly, there is minimal property and landscape damage. The problem is that most wildfires start in remote locations during the dry season when plenty of tinder, dried grasses and wood is littering the ground. If there is little or no wind, fire breaks can be constructed and the fire will burn itself…

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When to File For Bankruptcy

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Rate Us: As it has happened to many Americans, you’re in the throes of the worst financial breakdown that has ever struck you. You’ve sought expert advice and did all that you could do to break out of this dilemma, but everything was in vain, an exercise in sheer futility. Things have come to such a pass, that you don’t even have a piece of straw to clutch at. You’re…

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