Last year was one of the costliest on record for natural disasters. In fact, the first six months of 2011 alone accounted for over $265 billion in economic losses. From Japan’s earthquake and tsunami to Australia’s flooding to New Zealand’s earthquake, it seemed as if nowhere was immune. Add to that, the fact that the… Read more »
Just a couple of questions came in this time. Kelly from New York asked: Hey Yonis, what will happen in your opinion on 21 December 2012 and how bad will it be? This is a question that a lot of people are asking these days… The Mayan calendar does not say the world will end… Read more »
Maria from Miami asked: How bad will it be for people who do not prepare? Excellent question Maria… These non-preppers are the folks who are the “Complacent Ones”, the ones that are in “Denial” of what is actually going on around them, and that are just down right “Gullible”. When the SHTF, these people will… Read more »
So you have your Emergency Car Kit all ready to go. But what is the protocol in an actual “car emergency”? Some of you who have been there – so feel free to share! Here are a few suggestions if you find yourself in the middle of the road with a vehicle that won’t move.
Max from Utah asked: Will there really be Mad Max Gangs after a major disaster? Well Max, unfortunately yes. In every disaster I have worked around the world and here in the US, there is ALWAYS someone that wants to be “El Supremo” and take what they want free of charge. And then there are… Read more »
Pattibeatty asked a two part question: Would like to ask a question but have never posted here before, hope I’m doing this correctly. I will not have the option of “bugging out” when SHTF so how would you recommend disguising / dispersing smoke from a cooking hibachi to avoid making myself a “target”? I thought… Read more »
Iran is moving closer to nuclear weapon capability, and this reality has the power not only to affect your dinner conversations but what you’ll pay for dinner itself.
Disposable camera: I’m sure all of you out there know what it is, and have used one in the past. Although they are becoming less utilized as of late, they are still around. Just in case you’re not in the know, a disposable camera is basically this: an inexpensive box camera with a single roll… Read more »
Howdy fellow blog readers. I hope everyone that has been reading my blogs over the last sixteen months has gotten something out of them that has helped them in their lives to prepare for the upcoming disasters. For my next set of articles over the next six months, I will be answering all questions from… Read more »
In a worse case scenario like a pole shift, CME, meteor shower, etc, the safest place to be will be underground, the deeper – the better. One will need at a minimum at least three feet or more of reinforced earth & stone or concrete & steel overhead. However, this may not be possible depending… Read more »