How to Knock Someone Out Easily

Knocking somebody out isn’t quite as easy as it looks on TV and believe it or not, there is actually quite an art to it. It is not so much about how tough someone is, it is about having the correct combination of strike, angle, target and timing for it to work. It is about how you stand, how you generate the power, where you aim the shot, and more importantly—how to set the opponent…

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Turn Your Windows in to Solar Panels with Solgami

If you live in an apartment but want to be able to generate your own solar power, Solgami may be the solution that you are looking for. All without blocking any of the natural light. The thing with apartments is that you don’t really get to have a say when it comes to having solar panels. It is only your landlord that can make the decision as to what goes on the roof. This may…

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How to use a fire extinguisher properly

Using a Fire Extinguisher as a Weapon

UK Survival Guides do not advocate using fire extinguishers as a weapon outside of a life threatening situation.  It doesn’t really matter where you are, there is more than likely a fire extinguisher nearby and many people wouldn’t even think about the fact that it can be used to protect them. The fact is, dry chemical fire extinguishers make great non-lethal weapons that can slow down, stop or incapacitate an attacker. We believe that violence in…

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How to Make Compost at Home

Making your own compost at home is a super easy and environmentally-friendly way of dealing with kitchen scraps and garden waste. With it, you can turn this waste into a valuable and nutrient rich food for your garden. The great thing about composting is that you are not limited to what time of the year you get it started. It can be done all year round, as and when suitable materials are generated in the…

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How to Freeze Eggs

Whether you buy eggs of have your own chickens, you will have those times arrive when you just seem to have more eggs than you can use. Did you know that you can actually crack open the eggs and freeze them? In a home freezer, you can freeze eggs for up to one year. How to Freeze Egg Whites If you are doing a recipe that requires only the yolks, you can freeze the egg…

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