The good and bad of spinal discs
My adult daughter is reclining in her articulated couch after a spinal injection. A year ago, she was in a rather nasty automobile accident. Among her list of injuries, was a damaged C6-C7 disc, causing a laundry list of pains and mobility issues in her left arm. Today’s injection was designed to reduce the inflammation in the nerve sheath, and the speed up the natural retraction of the disc tissue. By shrinking
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A Couple of Thoughts on Outside Movement
Full-on outside equipment for moving through populated and contaminated areas….
You might find the need to move through a heavily infected area. Going down the rabbit hole of serious breakdowns in society, here are some thoughts on outside movement.
Full body cover PPE with spares CBRN cartridges for the Peltor 5400 Non-lethal stand-off self-defense items such as bright flashlights, pepper spray and stun guns Personal firearms, if allowed Walkie talkie and a way
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First off – I must share that I am not a medical professional, and certainly not a bio-warfare expert. That said, I do draw from personal relationships with current and past war-fighters, medical professionals, historians, and other individuals with their hands in related areas of study. From these, and my own war-gaming and study, I think I might at least approximate some of the thinking or planning going on in the fevered heads of our jihadi enemies. What I want
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POTRBlog has been publishing information regarding possible Ebola transmission via an airborne route. I was asked to supply some supporting information when I sent a Tweet about that. In response, I dug up some of POTR’s source info and did some digging of my own.
Here are some noteworthy articles for your reading.
University of Minnesota – Health Workers Needs Optimal Respiratory Protection for Ebola
This article discusses how the means for determining the tranmissibility of filoviruses may be based
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Have any of you noticed that the new virus, imported from Central America, runs along the I-70 corridor?
Look at a map of the US and compare it to this CDC map of the outbreak that has puts many hundreds into hospital beds. Most of the cases have been along this corridor, and they are beginning to spread out from there. Maybe it isn’t a huge point to make, but it certainly is a curiosity.
From an e-mail I
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Choosing footwear is a personal choice. It’s just that some choices are garbage. When you find yourself foot-mobile, there is very little room for failure. Injured feet absolutely will slow you down, limit the terrain you may cover and potentially make you ill (or dead). That said, I’m going to share with you my personal beliefs regarding footwear on the move.
Whatever it is you put on your feet, it must begin with socks. The material of choice for many
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Booze and smokes make it onto some preppers’ lists as barter items, or just for plain old happy relaxing time when the day’s business of capping zombies and fighting world corruption is complete. Others add tea and coffee for similar reasons. Well, here is a “study” that claims an intake of 200 – 300 mg of caffeine enhances memory. That could be really handy if you lose your printouts of essential items, or your instruction for building a bunker or
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A swine flu predictive map from POTRBlog. His video is just over two minutes in length.
Info related to it from his post. “We suspect that the H1N1 Swine Flu honed its virulence at the 2013 Hajj in Saudi Arabia, as such the map in the video is indicative of high density populations which would have primary exposure to Swine Flu returning from the Hajj.”
Turning attention from H5N1 to H7 N9 (new bird flu) for a moment. The death
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Not everyone has time and location suited for jogging off into the sunset, or hiking to a mountain base camp. They might not be able to afford a treadmill, or have the space for even a fold-up model if they did. But there is a tight space, full body cardio option for those with otherwise healthy joints and muscles – the jump rope.
I use a speed rope I picked up years ago, when I’m not assaulted by one or
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I was doing some work on Part III of the EMP series when my wife called my attention to an insidious problem. “Unsorted Bag” of our medical preps had become contaminated. This was a small bag plastic /vinyl bag about 15″ long, 7″ wide with a zipper closure along the top, and two flexible handles. Just an ordinary black bag with four rubber feet along the bottom. In it was an assortment of Celox products, Potassium Iodate and packets of
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