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I have been watching events in the States. For me it's a learning experience. The need to keep gasoline around is one thing learned. The need for home power generation. A chainsaw and the skill to use it. Shortwave radio or satellite some sort of communication that is reliable. Looters. I feel valid...
- Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:15 pm
- Forum: Food Storage
- Topic: Storing food across temperature extremes?
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I saw a native made shelter for "bad times" on an island. It was basically a slit trench covered with logs and rubble. With 3 feet of snow on top, winter clothes and body heat you would live. This was in deep bush 50+ air miles from anything.
Not exactly a cyber attack, but someone cut 2 fiber optic cables and took down the phones, ATMs even some airports in eastern Canada. I would love to see a detailed report. It blows me away how fragile and interconnected we are today.
http://www.staradvertiser.com/2017/07/20/breaking-news/state-to-roll-out-plan-on-how-to-deal-with-north-korean-nuke/ Fallout from any use of a nuclear weapon could be a problem. It is not my plan to die from something avoidable. From what I've read, dying from radiation sickness is slow and nasty.