Monthly Archives: December 2018

  • How to Survive a Carjacking

    How to Survive a Carjacking

    It was a cold and damp January morning in Knoxville, Tennessee. A young girl was sitting parked in front of her boyfriend’s home in her late-model Toyota 4-runner. Her boyfriend was leaning in the passenger side window, pleading with her to come back in the house. She had run out to the car ...
  • NASA Scientist Claims That Aliens May Have Already Been Here

    NASA Scientist Claims That Aliens May Have Already Been Here

    While there are those of us who continue to search for signs of intelligent life on this planet, a NASA scientist has recently revealed that he thinks it is reasonable to assume that we may have already been visited by aliens. In a recent paper published by the Search for Extraterrestrial ...
  • What to Do When the Economy Collapses

    What to Do When the Economy Collapses

    People who study the stock market note that major downturns – called corrections on Wall Street – occur every seven to eight years, on average. The last time stocks plummeted was during the “Great Recession” of 2008. Before that, there was the Dot.Com Bust of 1999-2000 ...
  • Preppers Love Diatomaceous Earth

    Preppers Love Diatomaceous Earth

    Survivalists love hacks that can help out in many different situations. That’s why preppers stock up on diatomaceous earth (DE). This organic product keeps animals – including us humans – healthy, protects food storage, gardens, and living quarters, and can help filter water. ...
  • Top Five Survival Dog Breeds

    Top Five Survival Dog Breeds

    As the Holidays approach, many people think about adding a dog to their family. If you are considering a gift of a puppy or grown dog to your kids, or significant other, why not consider one that not only will love and play with them, but could also be there to protect them, and help […]
  • Build a Shelter from Debris

    Build a Shelter from Debris

    The three things you need when the SHTF are water, food, and shelter. Knowing how to create a shelter from wind, cold, and animals could save your life. People lost in the woods are often found dead from hypothermia – their bodies got too cold. A simple shelter can make the difference ...