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God’s Dietary Laws: Why These Wonderful Animals Like Pigs, Crabs And Lobsters Are Bad For You

God’s dietary laws prohibit eating carnivorous animals. Just as God created clean animals for food and by-products that humans could use, he created unclean animals for other reasons. Carnivores are prey animals that help to control the populations of other animals. Such is the case with mountain lion and wolves who keep …

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FEATURED

Every Resource And Every Bit Of Knowledge Is All Part Of The Whole Puzzle And We All Must Play Our Part To Insure All Of The Pieces Fall Into Their Proper Place

Those that understand the mounting chaos around us know that something must be done, but what? Everyone knows they need to do something and want to do something, but what exactly is that something comprised of? Many people are now searching for that answer by talking to others and surfing …

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HOMESTEADING

Top 15 Foods You Should Stockpile For Disaster

A good stockpile of food will go a long way toward helping you survive the aftermath of any disaster or life crisis, especially when grocery stores are emptied. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that there are people who are not preppers who nevertheless instinctively know to …

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PREPAREDNESS

Timeline After Disaster: You Will be on Your Own for 72 Hours or Longer Before Any Outside Help Will Arrive

Many experts will note that the first 72 hours following a natural or man-made disaster will likely be the most chaotic, because it will take at least that long (and perhaps longer) for the authorities to get things under control. A lot can happen – and likely will happen – in that …

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PREPAREDNESS

Nuclear Attack Strategy And How A Country Might “Think” As They Prepare To Launch Their Weapons

When the average person thinks of nuclear weapons, they may imagine hundreds of weapons being unleashed on every city and target in the country at once. However, in reality, the people controlling these weapons on both sides likely see them as tools. Devastating and decisive tools, but tools just the …

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SELF-SUFFICIENCY

4 Forgotten Skills That Helped The Native Americans Survive Winter Still Used Today

Most of us head indoors and turn up the furnace when frigid weather hits, stacking in a good supply of wood for the stove or plugging in the old electric throw blanket — and praying that the power doesn’t go out! For the native people of this land, however, they …

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SURVIVAL

The Old Forgotten Survival Skills From Our Grandfathers Were The Last Generation To Practice The Basic Things That We Call Survival Skills Now

As early as fifty or sixty years ago, whether we realize it or not, modern society was learning basic survival skills. On any given weekend a boy usually could be found under the hood of the car with his Dad, changing plugs or replacing a battery. There was raking and mowing to be …

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7 Unexpected Consequences of an Economic Crisis: That Will Throw The Nation Into Total Chaos

Other than the obvious consequences, what might we expect from a partial economic collapse? A total collapse of the economy would throw the nation into utter chaos. But what if we endure an economic depression, or a severe and long-lasting downturn? I think that some of the effects are not …

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ALTERNATIVE

Cyber Attacks on Critical Infrastructure: Almost Every Major Aspect Of Modern Day Life Could Be Affected

I don’t think the world has seen this phenomenon yet: a major war, during which both sides use severe repeated hacking attacks on the general computing infrastructure in each nation. But it is inevitable. Every developed nation is highly computerized, and the whole of modern society is particularly dependent on the …

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14 Winter Survival Items Everyone Should Store In Their Vehicle

I live in a warm part of the country now, so winter isn’t a big deal. Actually, it’s my favorite time of year, because it’s not hot. But it wasn’t always that way. I grew up and learned to drive in Colorado, where the mountains make it so that a …

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