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- Tue Apr 07, 2020 1:54 pm
- Forum: General Preparedness
- Topic: What has this Pandemic taught you?
- Replies: 45
- Views: 3413
I can use my version of an insta-pot as a sterilization enclave. Put a bit of water on the bottom, put the rack in, put in one mask at a time, set it on high temperature for 10 minutes. It works for anything small like medical instruments, etc.
- Fri Apr 26, 2019 9:34 pm
- Forum: Communication & Tech
- Topic: New Executive Order on EMP
- Replies: 4
- Views: 3238
EMP weapons are "hell" on cyber systems and power grids. Other then a few hardened military systems it is unlikely any would survive today. There are too many unstable nations with the ability to launch this kind of attack and a World that is unprepared to defend against it. Well done U.S.
I have two small ponds in the yard and I keep goldfish in them. Makes my wife happy and I see stored water and protein. I created under gravel filters for the ponds this keeps the water good and clean. My pond pumps plug in but number one son put one in his yard and it runs on solar. I tried cat tai...
My problem with propane in Winnipeg is that at -44 degrees it doesn't come out of the bottle. I'm sure I could find a way to warm it up, but hey, make a mistake and you guys will hear the bang.
Manitoba is very dry. A big shortage of hay, so lots of farms will have to downsize herds. Lots of smoke here as well. Scary fire threat. Half the world burning, the other half drowning. Interesting times.