Preparedness Christmas Gifts For Non Prepper Friends And Family

Positive Prepper GiftGifts to give non preppers started or hopefully interested in preparing.

By: Robert Studer

The past few weeks have tumultuous to say the least throughout the world. From the terror attacks on Paris to the downing of a Russian fighter jet by Turkey, now has never been a better time to think about preparing.  For most people who read this blog, prepping is a way of life and they are well on their way to being able to react to any coming emergency, whatever it may be.

But what about the people in your lives who feel that your preparedness lifestyle is a little extreme, or feel it’s either a waste of time and money? May be they don’t feel the need to prepare because either, they think that nothing will ever happen or, the government has us covered. How can we help those who don’t think prepping is important? Continue reading

Nuclear War Survival Skills

Nuclear War Survival Skills CoverLifesaving Nuclear Facts and Self-Help Instructions

By: Cresson H. Kearny

Description By: Robert Studer

The following PDF is an interesting read and a must have to be reprinted in case of societal collapse. It has lots of information that can be used for other than Nuclear emergencies or disasters. It was written by Cresson H. Kearny in 1979 and the following is the updated edition released in 1987. Please download and share.  Continue reading

10 Things to Hate About Sleep Deprivation

sleep deprivation By Camille Peri
WebMD Feature

You know lack of sleep can make you grumpy and foggy. You may not know what it can do to your sex life, memory, health, looks, and even ability to lose weight. Here are 10 surprising — and serious — effects of sleep loss.

1. Sleepiness Causes Accidents

Sleep deprivation was a factor in some of the biggest disasters in recent history: the 1979 nuclear accident at Three Mile Island, the massive Exxon Valdez oil spill, the 1986 nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl, and others.

But sleep loss is also a big public safety hazard every day on the road. Drowsiness can slow reaction time as much as driving drunk. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that fatigueis a cause in 100,000 auto crashes and 1,550 crash-related deaths a year in the U.S. The problem is greatest among people under 25 years old. Continue reading