Focusing on the issues of today is even more important. Your future’s foundation is anchored largely in the now.
I came across an article that opened my eyes to a medical issue I’d never heard about, and wanted to post it here. I received permission to do so, and you’ll find it in its entirety below. It is a very well written account by a mother about her son’s unpredictable systemic inflammation allergic reactions.
Putting in up here was not
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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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The new H7N9 Avian Influenza is being viewed by HHS as a possible hemorrhagic bird flu, with over 70% chance of a multi-organ death and bleed out, and near 100% chance of death for adults without access to a forced air medical ventilator.
Did you get that? Near 100% chance of death without medical grade ventilator assistance for adults, coupled with major bleed out. If one doesn’t kill you, the other will.
I’ve been following POTR Blog for a long
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Pissin’ On The Roses isn’t exactly the name I would have chosen for a blog that publishes information geared towards educating the public at large about various large scale threats. But I can’t think of another name, so I’ll let them keep it. (When I come up with one, I’ll let them know…. )
I was first drawn to it by the reporting on the Fukushima disaster, and the blog’s detection of radioactive materials coming over via the Jet
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Hehe, yes, this is a bait-n-switch. This post has nothing to do with Federal Firearms Licenses. In some of my philosophical discussions as pertains to prepping, I take a stand on actually having a life. Starbucks? Sure! Tasty treats, of course! You’re no survivalist if you’re “all prep, no life.” What is survivalism if it leaves out some of the best of living?
I’ve been an on-again, off-again prepper /survivalist since the mid 80s, where my original focus was on
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Not as fearful a word as it was prior to the last one which, while hogging the news feeds for some time, really didn’t kill much of the world’s population. 371 people have died from H5N1 since 2003.
But that might change.
H7N9 has taken the path that most new bugs do, which is to say, it has become all the rage in certain medical circles. According to POTRblog, there are federal motions that are a step out of
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Another write-up from a contributing friend. I searched to see what the source is, and found this article spread out over the net quite widely.
A Simple Pineapple – MUST Read
The pineapple is a member of the bromeliad family. It is extremely rare that bromeliads produce edible fruit. The pineapple is the only available edible bromeliad today.
It is a multiple fruit. One pineapple is actually made up of dozens of individual floweret’s that grow together to form the
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