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They say evil never rests and as we’ve discovered here in the U.S., evil at the hands of terrorists has become more common. We’ve been told by our “betters” that this is the “new normal”, and that we must accept it. So, if our leaders are willing to foist this “new normal” on us, then it behooves us each to learn as much as we can about the tactics of terrorists and how to respond in a way that could save lives. Terror attack survival is no longer reserved for citizens of hot spots like Israel.
A terror attack can take many different forms, and that’s the main reason preparing is difficult.…Read More...
Yesterday I wrote an article on the locations of nuclear facilities that are scattered all over the US. In reality, there are probably additional secret locations that we are unaware of. I detail 7 things you should know about nuclear events in this article.
So today, I am writing to suggest that if you live near one of the facilities, you may want to build yourself a nuclear go bag. This is a bag that you would grab in addition to your bug out bag if you had to flee your home because of a dirty bomb, power plant accident, or some other nuclear incident.…Read More...
In today’s world we have come to depend upon all of our electronic toys. Without them society would be in chaos, the power grid will collapse, most vehicles will stop, and computers will not function. Most people today have no idea of what the effects of a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) device would be.
An electromagnetic pulse (sometimes abbreviated EMP) is a burst of electromagnetic radiation that results from an explosion (usually from the detonation of a nuclear weapon) and/or a solar flare. The resulting rapidly changing electric fields or magnetic fields may couple with electrical/electronic systems to produce damaging current and voltage surges.…Read More...
The following information is from an email I received from Freezedryguy
“What more happens? Well, let’s move along to the plume, which is expected over the US Aleutian Islands today, and into Canada and the US tomorrow.
One of the better plume animations has been put together by Der Standard of Austria online here which shows what’s feed into the jet stream. Another is The Weather Space page here.
From there, you can step through the 160º E by 30º to 40º N and then take a look at the 5-day SFSU jet stream animation build here.
As you know, with the nuclear reactor leakage in Japan, people are trying without much success to locate sources of Potassium Iodide. …Read More...