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Survival Tips & Skills

10 Best Supermarket Survival Foods

10 Best Supermarket Survival Foods

This video by ringsking takes a look at the 10 best survival foods that you can buy at the local supermarket. These foods are mostly dry, with long shelf lives, and are available for low prices. Staples like beans and rice are mentioned, but the video digs deeper than that and comes up with a few surprising suggestions. Peanut butter[Read More…]

7 Frightening Facts About Ebola

7 Frightening Facts About Ebola

Ebola Symptoms Are The Same As Other Viral Infections Just like any other viral infection, ebola shares a few common symptoms including fever, redness or rash, swollen nodes and exhaustion. The earliest signs of ebola infection are indistinguishable from any other major viral infection, which can make it very difficult to screen for. You Will Bleed From Everywhere In the[Read More…]

50 Wilderness Survival Tips

50 Wilderness Survival Tips

UK YouTuber AlfieAesthetics shares his top 50 tips for surviving in the wilderness. He covers everything from firecraft to first aid and water purification techniques in a casual and engaging way. These 50 wilderness survival tips are sure to give you great new ideas for projects the next time you’re out in the woods. The interesting thing is just how[Read More…]

by October 30, 2014 0 comments Camping
TeamAR-15’s Guide To Machetes

TeamAR-15’s Guide To Machetes

Not everyone thinks of carrying a machete when they’re considering their survival knife options, but a good machete can do quite a bit. They’re a great supplement to carry along with your folding or fixed-blade knife, since they’re tough enough to hack through brush and heavy enough to baton with risking damage. Not even a full-tang survival knife can match[Read More…]

by October 29, 2014 0 comments Survival Gear & Reviews
An Intro to Fall Foraging

An Intro to Fall Foraging

A lot of preppers and survivalists are interested in foraging, but it can be a difficult hobby to get into. There’s the risk of eating something that you shouldn’t and, if not poisoning yourself outright, giving yourself an upset stomach that can be hard to deal with in the woods. This video goes into a little bit of detail about[Read More…]

Tips For Building A Long-Term Survival Shelter

Tips For Building A Long-Term Survival Shelter

North Survival shared a few tips for long term survival shelters with an emphasis on cold weather. They show you how to build a modified A-Frame shelter, with one end left open in order to be warmed by a fire. This style of shelter is really popular up north, with a lot of experienced outdoorsmen swearing by the design. It’s[Read More…]

by October 28, 2014 0 comments Camping
Surviving On Acorns

Surviving On Acorns

Acorns are a hugely abundant food source, but they’re also packed with bitter tannins which cause a bad taste in your mouth. Native populations have been using acorns as a food source for centuries, but they’ve fallen out of fashion because of the amount of preparation that it takes in order to get rid of the bitter taste. It isn’t[Read More…]

by October 27, 2014 0 comments Survival Food Preparation
6 Myths About Ebola The Government Doesn’t Want You To Know

6 Myths About Ebola The Government Doesn’t Want You To Know

There are a lot of myths surrounding this latest ebola outbreak, and in some cases it’s easier to stay ignorant of the truth. The fact is that this is a contagious, deadly disease without a cure, and it’s currently spreading. How much do you know about ebola, and is it enough to keep you safe in a worst case scenario?[Read More…]