The controversial Iran nuclear deal sparked weeks of heated debate. Now, another potentially deadly hidden secret has emerged from the rogue Middle Eastern nation.
National security experts who claim to have read translated excerpts from an Iranian military manual have stated that an This entry was posted in Emergency Power, Emergency Preparedness, Most Popular, News, Prepping, Self Reliance, Survival Skills and tagged iran nuclear, iran, emp survival, teotwawki, survival tips, solar flare, SHTF, emp attack, emp, dr william r forstchen on September 30, 2015 .
Posted on September 16, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
We can live without a lot of things, but water is not one of them. During any type of disaster, potable drinking water could (and likely will) become in short supply rather quickly. American pioneers lived during an era where clean drinking water was readily available from natural sources and possessed the skills to easily filter questionable water before... Continue Reading →
Posted on June 17, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
The Air Force EMP (electromagnetic pulse) weapon was recently revealed in a joint release by the U.S. Military and Boeing. The high-tech weapons system has eased fears in some Americans, and prompted concerns by others.
Maybe the general public finds the EMP weapon comforting—on some level maybe I do—but the Continue Reading →
Posted on March 11, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
The Department of Homeland Security is being urged to place far more of a focus on the safety and security of the power grid. The most important and heavily relied upon piece of American infrastructure is increasingly a target of attack by both man and nature.
Every minute of every day we face a deadly threat in America, yet very few are paying attention to the problem. A downed power grid would change life as we know it more than virtually any o... Continue Reading →
Posted on November 19, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Brush fires, or wildfires, are one of the most dangerous types of blazes for firefighters to battle – and are especially dangerous when you can’t call the fire department. Fire preparedness is perhaps one of the most neglected aspects of preparedness. Fires can double in size approximately once every 30 seconds to a minute. Dry brush and trees will catch fire quickly. Minor wind fluctuation can take you from a point of safety straight into the path of rapidly encroaching flames i... Continue Reading →
Posted on October 22, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Every minute of every day we face a deadly threat in America, yet very few are paying attention to the problem. A downed power grid would change life as we know it more than virtually any other doomsday scenario ever could; and is far more likely than a plethora of the apocalyptic scenarios contrived by Hollywood producers.
Should the power grid go down for just a single week, approximately one million Americans will likely die. Many scientists agree that such a doomsday scenario ... Continue Reading →
Posted on August 27, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
An EMP bomb is a nuclear weapon designed to be detonated at a high altitude in order to create extremely powerful electromagnetic pulses. Such pulses will not only cause the light to go out, but completely destroy electrical devises and the computer systems in modern vehicles. Electromagnetic pulses can occur natural from a solar storm – solar fla... Continue Reading →