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How to Make a Clay Pot Heater

Many people have been trying the clay pot heater idea and reactions are definitely mixed. Some claim it works well while others are disappointed in the results and there are constant innovations taking place to the basic construction as people search for the optimum design. However, if we consider the …

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Survival and Prepping Blind Spots

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So you have taken a step in the right direction. You have started prepping and honing your survival skills. However, as you become more experienced there will likely be times when you miss important points in your survival strategy. The sources through which most survivalists learn are fairly consistent. This …

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What would happen if Martial Law were declared? Part 2

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Part Two (Continued) By Jack Woods You can read part 1 here. This is a fictional account of Martial law in no particular town in America. It is an account of how two, completely different neighbors cope with Martial law in their city, and the trials they go through along …

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Surviving Fires and Wildfires

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At the sight of a wildfire or house fire, most people will react by panicking. This inevitably leads to disastrous results such as getting trapped in the burning building or being subjected to smoke inhalation. Panic freezes the mind and will render you helpless even when your life is being …

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Concealed Carry Laws in the US

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Otis McDonald was an African-American man who lived in Chicago and who was a retired custodian. Otis lived in the Morgan Park area of Chicago, an area that was rife with gangs and drug dealers. An Army veteran, he had dropped out of school at the age of 14 but …

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How to Survive a Mass Shooting

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With the terror of the Orlando shooting, people all over the country are reevaluating survival tactics for mass shootings. The general consensus is that the decisions you make in that first few minutes will largely determine whether you live or die. It is easy to mourn the dead and tell …

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The Fate of Debt after an Economic Collapse

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The U.S. economy has been holding on—barely. But they are facing $18 trillion in debt and by anyone’s account, that isn’t good or even remotely sustainable. It nearly crashed in 2008 and has yet to truly recover from that near catastrophe. With this in mind, an economic collapse in the …

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