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Category Archives: Observation

Venezuela Rations Power to Avert Collapse: “Do You Think It Can’t Happen Here?”

This article was written by Daisy Luther and originally published at The Organic Prepper. Editor’s Comment: It is indeed difficult to imagine life in the United States without power, and with such severe shortages that the government would have to excuse away the shortfalls, and divvy out what remains with an iron fist… or is […]

95 Survival Tips For When the SHTF: “Carry These. Do This. And Don’t Ever…”

Here is a quick barrage of sometimes unconventional survival tips for when the worst happens in just a few fast minutes of video. Some are useful supplies to bring along, others are simple tips you need to learn and practice before the situation gets real. These ideas may help you stay alive, avoid losing heat […]

“After Armageddon”: Marine Shows How to Survive An Urban Disaster

Metropolitan areas can change in an instant with a major catastrophe. Hundreds of thousands of people could be gone just as quickly. Society could be unraveled by any number of scenarios, and it could leave you stranded, without loved ones and desperate to secure food, water and shelter. Escape to the countryside or a remote […]

Theory v Observation & Plagiarism

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / December 21, 2013 QUESTION: Thank you Mr. Armstrong for opening my eyes. I now realize why you have been able to do what you do. It is experience not theory. You have learned from doing rather them contemplating how the world should work. My question is, do you ever stop learning? I […]