KiP 12: A Very Uncertain Future

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Knowledge is Power (KiP):  As a Disaster Preparedness Instructor since 1996, I’ve been researching and working for the last thirty plus years with both man-made and natural disasters and their affects during and after the disasters.  Being retired military (Medical) and have worked numerous humanitarian and natural disaster relief missions all around the world, I… Read more »

KiP 11: Medical Preparedness

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Knowledge is Power (KiP):  When it comes to preparedness, a lot of people overlook this one major issue, and that is to prepare your body and family/group medically.  So the time is NOW to prepare you and your family medically before disaster strikes.  For if you’re not prepared medically, when you have a medical issue… Read more »

KiP 7: Bartering

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Knowledge is Power (KiP)  Ever since the first humans came together and before the advent of any type currency,  bartering evolved and became the norm for everyday commerce and trade.  So the Art of Bartering has been around for over ten thousand years.

KiP 6: Storage, Caches and Hides

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Knowledge is Power (KiP)  When the time comes for preparing all your supplies for storage, there are three basic ways to store them.  This is something that all preppers really need to consider when preparing all their supplies and where to store them.  The three ways are: Storage is locations for items that you use… Read more »


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Knowledge is Power (KiP)  TEOTWAWKI is an acronym that stands for “The End Of The World As We Know It”.  It basically means life as we know it right now will change forever, but life will not end. While there are numerous scenarios that can change life as we know it forever, the majority of… Read more »

KiP 2: Finding Accurate, Non-bias News Reports

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Knowledge is Power (KiP)  I first saw very bias reporting during my combat tour in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War in 1990/91.  I had been in country for about three months when I had a chance to call home and talk with my mom.  She was telling me things she had seen on CNN… Read more »

Preparedness Questions and Answers #12

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Natsumi from Honolulu, HI asked:  A cousin of mine got to attend one of your disaster preparedness classes back in New Mexico a while back and she mentioned something about “What If” questions.  What was she talking about?