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Preppers diligently prepare for a myriad of potential dangers that may disrupt the normal course of life. From natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, and wildfires to man-made crises such as economic collapse and political unrest, preppers anticipate and plan for a wide range of scenarios. They understand the importance of being self-reliant and self-sufficient in times of crisis, ensuring they have the necessary skills, resources, and strategies to protect themselves and their loved ones.

In addition to natural and man-made disasters, preppers also prepare for societal breakdowns, including power outages, food shortages, and communication failures. By stocking up on essential supplies like food, water, medical supplies, and tools, preppers aim to be well-equipped to handle any situation that may arise. They prioritize readiness and resilience, recognizing the fragility of modern infrastructure and the need to be prepared for disruptions at any moment.

Preppers are mindful of potential threats such as pandemics, cyber-attacks, and technological failures that could have far-reaching consequences. By staying informed, developing survival skills, and building strong community networks, preppers strive to mitigate risks and enhance their ability to adapt and thrive in challenging circumstances. Their proactive approach to preparedness serves as a foundation for resilience and security in an unpredictable world.

Dealing with the Aftermath of an Earthquake

January 18, 2017
When an earthquake strikes, it can be very alarming and cause you to feel disoriented. The aftermath of an event like this can range from rather irrelevant to quite tremendous.
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The Rise of Mass Shootings

October 4, 2021
Data shows that mass shootings are on the rise in the United States and that the numbers are considerably higher than in other Western countries. In this article, we will focus on the Q1 2020 and Q1 2021 numbers in the United States, alongside other statistics. For clarification, Q1 refers to the time period from January 1st – March 31st.
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Dealing with the Aftermath of a Tornado

October 25, 2017
The first thing you should do in the wake of a tornado is address any injuries. If you know of someone that injured call 911 and then tend to them immediately.
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Explainer: what’s the difference between an outbreak and an epidemic?

November 15, 2019
What’s the difference between an epidemic and pandemic? It’s time to brush up on the vocabulary that can help you understand just what infectious disease experts are trying to tell us.
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Oil Spills: Deadly to Animals, Humans, and the Environment

June 10, 2017
Unlike most natural disasters, no one can predict this man made disaster. A lot of people think, just because an oil spill happens far out in the ocean that it doesn’t affect much of the human race. That is incorrect.
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Coronavirus vs the Spanish Flu

July 19, 2021
Everything from famine, desertification, war, and of course diseases, have riddled human history for centuries now. Most recently, another life altering event shook Earth’s populace: the outbreak of COVID-19.
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Winter Storms | A Survival Retrospective

May 10, 2021
While winter storms are considered events that should be prepared for, we do not typically consider them natural disasters. However, this particular situation moved into the disaster category quickly, and not just a natural disaster but also a man-made disaster.
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Extended Power Outages

August 13, 2022
A natural disaster, an emp, or residents overloading the grid is enough to cause a power outage. The level of severity of the power outage can vary. That's why no matter where you reside, knowing what causes a power outage and how to be prepared for it can help you and your family be one step ahead of the situation.
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