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Water

Water is the liquid of life, without it you will die of thirst in 3 maybe 4 days. Which I think would be preferable to what could happen if you drink contaminated water. The World Health Organization estimated in 2000 that there were four billion cases of diarrhoea caused by drinking contaminated water. The same

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Blood

Originally published March 28th 2012 Recently one of my co workers cut himself while we were working and some of his blood got on to the piece of equipment we were working on. Years ago I wouldn’t have given this a second thought, except to ask if he was alright or if he needed a

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Civil Disobedience

Originally posted March 18th 2012 By now you’ve probably all heard about the party that got way out of control in London, Ontario last night. Last nights incident in London probably started out as a few St. Paddy’s day revelers that were a little over zealous and grew into something that had a life of

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Dress for Success

Originally published March 12 2012 Spring is upon us and we are all itching to shake off the winter blahs and come out of our hibernation. Warm days and cool nights tend to make Canadians a little bit wacky. This happens in the spring and the fall. In the spring we want to get out

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Know Your Flora

Originally posted March 4th 2012 Last weeks blog talked about building a library filled with books that you can use to learn trade skills such as electrical, carpentry and gardening. These will all be extremely useful after the SHTF and you are left to fend for yourself. Gardening in itself can keep a family of

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Knowledge is Power

Originally posted February 26th 2012 Recently I saw a National Geographic special called the 2210: The Collapse. This was an interesting take on the situation the world is in now, where we could be headed and compared it to past civilizations that disappeared such as the Roman Empire, and the Mayans. What I saw is

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Practice Makes Perfect

Originally Posted February 19th 2012 This weekend I set up my archery range and got out the coconut head that I made placed it on its tripod and pulled out my bow. I then proceeded to shoot at it from various distances for the next two hours. The result was less than impressive. Although I

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Do Un to Others

Originally published February 12th 2012 If you are a religious person you are probably thinking of the verse from the bible that says do un to other as you would have done to you, or something like that. Everybody would like to think that for the most part people are decent and will help others

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Stock piling

originally posted February 5th 2012 Yesterday I watched Spike TV’s Surviving Disaster: Pandemic. You can read my full review of that episode and the series in general in the reviews section of the site. The one thing that really struck me about this episode was the fact that in the scenario that they depicted the

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How would the Canadian Government Respond to a zombie outbreak?

Some one asked me recently how I thought the Canadian Government would respond to a zombie outbreak. This person felt that I would have a more realistic view on this because of my job. I do have some knowledge and experience with regards to the Canadian Forces response to emergencies and I could go on

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