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Emergency Lighting System (ELS)

Friday, 04 January 2013 23:59 Written by
Published in Alternative Energy
The Emergency Lighting System (ELS) was designed to provide a valued Prepper Link member with a lighting system that can be remotely activated, that utilizes energy efficient lights, and provides a “base” solar power system. Additionally, the system was designed so the user can add more components over time. When…

LED Lighting Project

Wednesday, 02 January 2013 20:38 Written by
Published in Alternative Energy
Our next project will focus on making power efficient LED lights, and we will do this on a budget of $15 per light. Our LED lights can be powered by a small 12 volt battery or incorporated into your large alternative energy battery bank. By following our guide, you can…

Top 10 Food Staples

Sunday, 16 December 2012 00:30 Written by
Published in Food
If you were to conduct a poll for the top 10 food staples people store, you will get varying answers. Why? There are many different ways that we can purchase, grow, and package our foods; dehydrated vs. freeze dried, purchased canned foods vs. home canned foods, packaged #10 cans vs.…

d.light S10 Solar LED Lantern

Tuesday, 11 December 2012 22:03 Written by
Published in Alternative Energy
Lighting is one of the most important aspects of storm preparedness and safety, which further translates to survival. Let’s look at a realistic scenario. A thunderstorm has crippled your neighborhood’s power supply. Your multi-level home is dark, and you are sure a branch has crashed through your main-level windows. You…

Consequences of the Recent Election

Tuesday, 04 December 2012 12:56 Written by
Published in Financial
Explanations for the results of the recent U.S. Presidential Elections abound: improper messaging on the part of the Romney ticket, a lack of inclusiveness on the part of the Republican Party, simple tribalism as a result of changing demographics, a belief in Santa Claus, or a combination thereof. A French…

Water Filtration and Purification Methods

Friday, 30 November 2012 00:00 Written by
Published in Water
For most preparedness individuals, water filtration is the preferred method to purify water. However, what if you run out of filters, or your filter becomes damaged, or you lose your water filtration device? In the preparedness community, there is a saying; two is one, one is none. The moral here…

What to Expect: After Lethal Force Is Used

Wednesday, 28 November 2012 01:00 Written by
Published in Mental Preparedness
This article presents information regarding the legal, ethical, and moral issues after the use of lethal force, in both the pre-SHTF and post-SHTF scenarios. Because of the assumed distinct differences between the two situational periods, this information will be divided to address both in a more logical order.

The Realistic Approach to Preparedness

Tuesday, 27 November 2012 00:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
We should all prepare for a future cataclysmic event, right? At least, this is the current trend in the entertainment industry, and what the big business profiteers would have you believe. Even, the current political cycle has most on the edge; we can’t afford “Obama Care” or these guys are…

What to Expect: When the Shooting Begins

Sunday, 25 November 2012 03:00 Written by
Published in Mental Preparedness
What if the prepper’s worse nightmare has come true?  The country has descended into total anarchy. All government infrastructures have collapsed, leaving the populace without police protection.  Groups of bandits roam at will and are openly committing every heinous act imaginable. You are armed and out in the open, when…

Hurricane Sandy Lessons Learned

Friday, 23 November 2012 02:40 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Even if you are not a prepper, have thought about prepping, or think prepper’s are crazy, please read our initial assessment concerning Hurricane Sandy, specifically the fatalities located in the New York area. What you will not find in this assessment is any propaganda faulting the Obama Administration, the Federal…

The Warrior's Spirit

Friday, 16 November 2012 23:55 Written by
Published in Mental Preparedness
What is it that makes a person rush into a burning building while everyone else is rushing to get out? Or, will make a person throw themselves on top of a hand grenade, with full understanding of certain death, in order to save the lives of others. It’s more than…

Collect Rainwater During Any Situation

Monday, 19 November 2012 19:47 Written by
Published in Water
A disaster has struck. Your reliable public water supply is no longer working; there is a power outage. You have procrastinated, or thought “a long period without power would never happen to me”, and have not stored any water.  Or, you did not know that most public and private water…

The Overlooked Task of Fire Prevention

Saturday, 10 November 2012 22:33 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Fire prevention is an often overlooked and underestimated preparedness issue. Let’s face it; fire safety is near the bottom of our preparedness concerns. But, what if you have a year’s worth of food, 6 months of water stored, all of the ammunition to protect your family for multiple generations, and…

The Group Conundrum

Tuesday, 23 October 2012 23:57 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Preppers come from many different walks of life. Some are ex-military or law enforcement, medical professions, elementary school teachers, stay at home parents, or retirees. Some may live in high-rises, a single family home in suburbia, or on a farm along a winding country road. Some Preppers spend weeks each…

Boost Your Storage By Buying in Bulk Efficiently

Saturday, 29 September 2012 00:00 Written by
Published in Food
Purchasing food, and other supplies, is a key part of staying prepared. It is important to experiment with food storage before purchasing in bulk, to ensure that your family (or group) will be able to use the items you stock in quantity without any issues. Buying 72 cans of beans…
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