6 Free PDF’s Everyone Should Save And Print For Emergencies or Disaster

SHTF PDF's Survival CentralBy: Robert Studer

In this digital age, survival and prepping information, from how to start a fire or how to preserve food is only a click away.  From Youtube videos to products like the Survival Key, our electronic devices in many ways have replaced books and printed materials as our go to resource for information. The only draw back of these devices in a survival situation, chances are they won’t work.
If there is a massive blackout, your cell phone reception and your internet will could be out. In the case of an EMP, you might as well throw and electronic device away as it will be fried unless protected, and only be as useful as a paper weight. Or even if you battery just goes dead. We have become so dependent on these device as our main source of information that many of us no longer have our reference materials in print.

Because we are preppers we should have more than one source of information. This is why I have come up with the list of five PDF’s everyone should save and print. The great thing about these PDF’s is that free and relatively short so you don’t have to print out a ton of pages. Some of these are excerpts from much bigger manuals. That’s not to say you shouldn’t go out and purchase much bigger manuals, I have several, but it is a good place to start and build your non electronic portable database. Continue reading

NASA on alert as HUGE Asteroid 2014-YB35 set to ‘skim past Earth’ at 23,000 mph on FRIDAY

A 1,000 metre wide asteroid will skim past earthA MAMMOTH asteroid capable of wiping out an entire country is on a near-collision course with Earth, it has emerged.

By NATHAN RAO

From: Express UK

The 1,000-metre wide monster will hurtle terrifyingly close to the planet within days, sparking fears of an unprecedented disaster.

The object called ‘2014-YB35’ is almost the same size as Ben Nevis and will skim the Earth on FRIDAY travelling at more than 23,000 mph.

Small meteorites often pass close by however one of this size is a once in 5,000-year occurrence, according to concerned astronomers. Continue reading