Preparing for a Terrorist Attack

How to Prepare for a Terrorist Attack

New York City became a victim of the worst terror attacks in the country’s history back in 2001. More than 2,700 people were killed in the attacks on New York City’s Twin Towers. About 300 of those were firefighters and emergency responders. Although I would say that the attack on the Twin Towers has been the worst terror attack in history, I know that it won’t stop there. Terrorist cowards are in every country and…

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Why Learn Morse Code and How

Why Learn Morse Code and How

Morse code was originally created in the 1830s to use as a quick, and straightforward way of communicating over a long distance. There are two sounds used in morse code (dits and dahs) that are used in different combinations that each represent a letter of the roman alphabet. When written, these sounds are represented as dots and dashes but it can also be used with light. As a prepper I believe that it is important to…

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Become a Human Lie Detector - Part 1

How to Become a Human Lie Detector – Part 1

The ability to know whether somebody is being honest is a valuable skill to learn. Following a disaster it will allow you to know whether somebody wishes you harm, and it will allow you to know who you can trust. The government may play down the severity of the situation to avoid mass panic, but you will know when it’s time to leave. Generally we like to believe that we are already good at spotting…

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Disaster Preparedness and Diabetes

Disaster Preparedness for Those With Diabetes

Natural disasters seem to be on the rise. They are not only happening more frequently, but also seem to be increasing in severity. There can be no more “IF” when it comes to disasters, there can be only “WHEN”. Those with diabetes can’t prepare the same as those without. They require more planning and extra supplies but with the correct planning in place, you can not only survive during these times, but also maintain control…

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Protect Your Garden From the Winter Frost

How to Protect Your Garden From the Winter Frost

Most garden plants can survive the winter without problems but others need a little bit of extra help. Frost can damage and even kill tender plants, while excess water causes rot and cold winter winds can harm the foliage. Preparing ahead of time, before the frost appears will make sure that you don’t loose your favorite plants. Protect the Soil Leaving soil exposed risks depleting the beneficial life contained within it. A layer of organic material…

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