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It’s Coming: “We Are Seeing a Very Material Slow-down Across the Economy”

Remember back in early 2008 when the Presidential election was in full swing and the majority of financial and political pundits were hailing the booming American economy, record home ownership and never ending growth? By the end of the year ...

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Deadliest Natural Disasters For Homeowners: Infographic

Deadliest Natural Disasters For Homeowners: Infographic

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Four Survival Guns

Four Survival Guns - Space Coast Preppers.com

Owning a gun, or a variety of guns, is not only your right, but is a core element to ultimate personal protection and a practical tool for rural survival living. Gun ownership compliments the lifestyle of those who live a ...

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Holy Supercell Batman!

Holy Supercell Batman! - Space Coast Preppers.com

Wow. WOW. Have you seen this video? A supercell near Booker, Texas from Mike Olbinski on Vimeo. I only wish he’d captured more!

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Quake, Rattle, and Roll: What to do During an Earthquake

  Stay safe by learning what to do during an earthquake, whether you’re indoors, outdoors, or on the road. INDOORS When an earthquake or other disaster occurs, many people hesitate, trying to remember what they are supposed to do. Responding ...

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Emergency Fun Slide?

Emergency Fun Slide? - Space Coast Preppers.comAn emergency fun slide? Asia is prone, unfortunately to a variety of natural disasters, from typhoons to earthquakes. To speed up building evacuation one entrepreneur came up with the idea of using a 5 story slide. Supposedly, it can take you down 5 stories in 15 seconds. In this case, seeing is not necessarily believing. The decidedly rickety contraption doesn’t include banked turns, which means you’d be likely to going flying into the stairwell. It also means you have to brake at each turn, creating the potential for massive jam ups and crashes. The slide looks fun, but not necessarily safe. Oh, it also looks like walking might be quicker. Just saying.

An emergency fun slide? Asia is prone, unfortunately to a variety of natural disasters, from typhoons to earthquakes. To speed up building evacuation one entrepreneur came up with the idea of using a 5 story slide. Supposedly, it can take ...

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Lessons Learned, Volume 2: Don Pectol Survived a Once-in-a-lifetime Flood. Twice.

Lessons Learned, Volume 2: Don Pectol Survived a Once-in-a-lifetime Flood. Twice.

Once in a Hundred Years  In 1955, I was 6 years old and lived in the small Northern California town of Blue Lake. Our family lived next to a creek—the type of creek that completely dried up in the summer. ...

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Quake, Rattle, and Roll: Easy Steps to Take Before the Big One Hits

Quake, Rattle, and Roll: Easy Steps to Take Before the Big One Hits- Space Coast Preppers.com

Earthquakes can occur at any time of the year, and assistance from local fire and police departments may not be available immediately following an earthquake because the disaster effects the entire region. Advance planning can reduce your family’s chance of ...

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How Far Inland Would A 300 Foot Tsunami Go On The East Coast?

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Back in 2011, I wrote an article titled “300 Foot Tsunami And East Coast Destruction” regarding the possibility that a catastrophic volcanic eruption and subsequent marine (and/or submarine) landslide of one of the Canary Islands collapsing into the ocean in the Eastern Atlantic could lead to a mega-tsunami that travels across the Atlantic and devastates [...]

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How to Use Your Prepper Gear During the Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLVII is just around the corner. Here’s a list of 47 ways that we think prepping relates to the Super Bowl. Make sure to click on the links.

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