Storm

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Name: Storm (USA)
Date registered: April 24, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Using Sulfa as a Survival Antibiotic — May 22, 2017
  2. Building a Remote Escape Bunker — May 21, 2017
  3. Do Civilians Need Thermal Evasion Suits? — May 20, 2017
  4. Foundations Community Security — May 19, 2017
  5. Crisis Comfort Items ~~ Not Just For Children — May 18, 2017

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Using Sulfa as a Survival Antibiotic

Using Sulfa as a Survival Antibiotic It used to be a question asked a lot on all the preparedness sites ” What do we do about antibiotics for the injured and sick when there may not be legitimate medical resources?” Then we learned that fish antibiotics which can be purchased without a prescription are very …

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Building a Remote Escape Bunker

Building a Remote Escape Bunker All preparedness sites talk about an escape bunker. They were quite popular during the cold war and are regaining their popularity If you are considering building one for your family to bug out to there are some considerations you should think about before beginning the project. Where? How far from home? …

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Do Civilians Need Thermal Evasion Suits?

Do Civilians Need Thermal Evasion Suits? We’ve seen the use of drones on the evening news being used in a military capacity. So we tend to think of them as a military tool and in the civilian world as an invasion of privacy tool. However, once the SHTF they will surely become both in our …

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Foundations Community Security

Foundations Community Security Security is one of the areas where we count on trickle down methods. We count on our countries active duty military to protect us from the armies of other unfriendly countries. Our national guard to protect us when things go wonky within our own borders. Federal agents, then state police, then local …

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Crisis Comfort Items ~~ Not Just For Children

Crisis Comfort Items Not Just For Children Many parents can relate to comfort items adored by their children. From binkies, blankets, to stuffed animals, they are simply items the child feels safer and more comfortable having with them. But comfort items aren’t just for children! A favorite shirt, jacket, pair of shoes, a smoke, or …

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Off Grid Living and Thriving!

Off Grid Living and Thriving! The homestead dream has never died for many Americans, Canadians, and  Australians as well as folks in other countries across the world. Now off grid living seems to be a bit of a double edged sword. Perhaps seen as a bit easier to do these days then in the past due to all …

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Natural Substances You Should Have as a Nuclear Fallout Precaution

Natural Substances You Should Have as a Nuclear Fallout Precaution In today’s political climate the possibility of your being affected by nuclear fallout from a nuclear blast or fall out from a nuclear plant leakage is a very real possibility. We could avoid the subject because we don’t want to appear as fear mongering but …

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Successful Homesteading

Successful Homesteading Everyone has their own version of what it means to be successful. Like my own yours may change as you grow older and wiser. But just what is a successful homesteader? When is your homesteading considered a success?  What is the stick used to make that distinction between success or mediocrity? Homestead Dreamer …

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EDC For Everyday People and Preppers

EDC For Everyday People and Preppers This post’s featured article is actually about something that preppers and everyday folk have in common… EDC (every day carry). It’s true message is to make the best of what is available while it is available! Some of today’s modern conveniences can make your life a whole lot easier …

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Set up a Post SHTF Hospital Tent

Set up a Post SHTF Hospital Tent The possibility of a pandemic is very real in today’s world. People travel further and faster than ever before and along with them viruses and germs. An illness in Africa can be in both the USA and Canada with in a day! Especially as you are usually the …

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