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Historical accounts have a way of exposing--and exploding--many popular prepper beliefs and myths

GrizzlyetteAdams

Crap Creek Survivor, Female, from North, sometimes South of Sane
Blog Posts:
3
Historical accounts have a way of exposing--and exploding--many popular prepper beliefs and myths. This publication, in particular, impresses me partly because it is relatively recent and on my home soil in the USA. Civil War buffs, preppers, and survivalists will find this book useful and...

Comments: 19 Apr 8, 2020

Surviving african sun

EarlAlexander

New Member, Male
Blog Posts:
1
Africa is a continent in the world that has many countries in it, these countries hardly witness snowfall at time they may be no rainfall for a very long time which may result to drought and poor harvesting season. More than 2/3 of Africa countries witness serious sunshine in certain months...

Comments: 3 Apr 8, 2020

The coming famine...

Mekada

Expert Member, Male, from Potchefstroom, South Africa
Blog Posts:
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View attachment 393 In 1994, South Africa had over 200 000 farmers. We not only met local needs for staple foods like maize, wheat and sugar but we exported globally and aided neighboring counties in their feeding schemes. Fast forward to 2015 and we faced the biggest drought in a 100 years...

Comments: 13 Apr 8, 2020

Lost Survival.

Keith H.

Moderator, Male, from New England NSW
Blog Posts:
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Lost Survival. In an ordinary lost situation if you did the right thing & notified several people in regards to WHERE you were going & WHEN you intended to return, then all you have to do is sit tight & wait for someone to find you. This is of course providing you STOP as soon as...

Comments: 5 Apr 8, 2020