Category: Survival News

TSA may soon stop accepting drivers’ licenses from nine states

TSA may soon stop accepting drivers’ licenses from nine states   The Department of Homeland Security, which runs the TSA, says it will give at least 120 days notice before implementing REAL ID Act requirements. Come January 10, at least nine states and several territories will be in defiance of a decade-old law mandating various …

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Simple Steps for Tick Protection

Simple Steps for Tick Protection Lyme disease impacts more than 300,000 people per year in the United States, and tick bites are the prime route of exposure. Ticks are found all across the country, and people in the west are just as vulnerable to being bitten as those in the east. Lyme disease produces a …

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Military Alliances in Europe Make Strange Bedfellows

Military Alliances in Europe Make Strange Bedfellows Many people have yet to realize the gravity of the consequences of the Turkish military shooting down a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian border.  While both sides claim that they were in the right, mounting evidence suggests that the fighter encroached on the Turkish border and was …

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Bicycle Generator with Construction Plans

  Uploaded on Aug 31, 2009 For Construction Plans visit:… Here is a look at the bicycle generator I built this summer to use in my physics classroom. The funding for this project was made possible by a grant from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation.  

Financial Considerations Associated With Survival Planning

  We all know that there are certain costs when it comes to accumulating items for survival preparedness. However, it is easy to overlook how much money you will need to maintain and obtain new supplies, move from one location to the next and cover basic living expenses during a particular crisis. Let’s take a …

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Home Security: how to prevent burglars from breaking into your home

I have these windows on my house. Anything that I can do to secure my house.   Uploaded on Dec 9, 2010 KY3’s Cara Restelli tests specially treated windows to see if they would stand up to would-be burglars. She found for less than $100, you can protect your home from break-ins.  

Making and using a Bow Drill

When I was learning to make fire using the bow drill I browsed the internet for information, I found that there are quite a few websites out there that have articles about the bow drill, but I felt there was never enough information. Each person has their own tips and specialist knowledge around the subject …

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