Doesn’t it seem like all the disasters are coming at us at the same time? Here are 5 things that will make you glad you’re a prepper. And if you’re not, perhaps this is a cosmic kick in the pants that is telling you that you should be. Here are 5 epic disasters that are happening right now. The five stories below will make you want to double down on your preparedness efforts because between mankind and Mother Nature, things are looking increasingly dangerous. Get the supplies you need to survive here. Sign up here to get daily email updates. Hopefully, the … Continue reading 5 Epic Disasters Are Looming Over Us Right Now
Hurricane Harvey is providing a number of lessons to anyone who is serious about learning them — namely, that prepping is the only legitimate way to make sure that you and your family do not go without following a major disaster or societal collapse. As reported by Homeland Security Newswire, the storm left in its wake terrible destruction, but not just to bridges. Harvey destroyed or otherwise disrupted a lot of critical infrastructure as well, and in particular, the infrastructure needed to move rescuers and supplies into the affected area. The site noted: Harvey’s trail of destruction through southern Texas this week is drawing … Continue reading Why Prepping Is The Best Way To Ensure You Have The Supplies You Need Before The Next Disaster
Over the past 48 hours, our planet has been hit by literally dozens of earthquakes of magnitude 4.0 or greater, and scientists are acknowledging that what is taking place is highly unusual.
Why is the crust of the Earth shaking so violently all of a sudden? Over the past 48 hours, there have been five major earthquakes globally, and one prominent seismologist has declared that “catastrophic mega earthquakes” could be on the way.
The United States has been hit by seven historic floods since the month of September, and the latest one is making headlines all over the planet.
You may have noticed that things are starting to get crazy. Financial markets are imploding, violent crime rates are soaring in our major cities, and we have witnessed a truly unusual series of natural disasters in recent months. War in the Middle East continues to rage out of control, and Islamic terror continues to spread all over the globe. And many believe that 2016 is going to be a year of political shaking, civil unrest, governmental crackdowns and great economic chaos in the United States. All it is going to take to plunge our society into full-blown panic mode is a major “trigger … Continue reading 70 Tips That Will Help You Survive What Is About To Happen To America
Near-Biblical scenes are emerging from the Astrakhan region in southern Russia, which has been invaded by giant swarms of locusts. Local authorities have scrambled vehicles and aircraft to combat the infestation. The voracious insects are migrating dozens of kilometers every … Continue reading Plague of Astrakhan: Locust swarm blots out the sun in Russian region (VIDEO)
If you’re new to this series, the first two articles in it are What Do You Prep For and Common Personal Disasters; you should go back and read both, in sequence, because we’re going to build on them. Next, and far down the list from … Continue reading What Do You Prep For: Local / Regional Trouble: “All Of This Has To Be Figured Out In Advance”
Our way of life is far more vulnerable than most people would ever dare to imagine. A single major catastrophe could fundamentally alter all of our lives at any moment. But since most people have not experienced such a catastrophe during their entire lifetimes, most people just assume that there will never be one. This is called “normalcy bias” and it can lull us into a very false sense of complacency. The other day, Michael Hanlon of the Telegraph wrote an article entitled “How will the world end? From ‘demonic’ AI to nuclear war — seven scenarios that could end … Continue reading 12 Disasters That Could Bring About The End Of The World As We Know It
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) employee measures radiation levels as workers conduct operations to construct an underground ice wall at Tepco’s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture (Reuters / Kimimasa Mayama) The amount of radioactive water near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has risen to record levels after a typhoon passed through Japan last week, state media outlet NHK reported on Wednesday. Specifically, levels of the radioactive isotope cesium are now at 251,000 becquerels per liter, three times higher than previously-recorded levels. Cesium, which is highly soluble and can spread easily, is known to be capable … Continue reading Radiation levels at Fukushima rise to record highs after typhoon
ARCHIVE PHOTO: Two overturned ships are seen near a port area hit by the tsunami and earthquake in Hachinohe, Aomori prefecture, Japan March 13, 2011. (Reuters / Aly Song) A 6.3 earthquake has been registered early Saturday off Japan’s northern coast by the US Geological Survey. The quake comes as the world’s biggest super-typhoon this year, Vongfong, is striking the south of the country. The tremor occurred at [02:36] GMT, the Japan Meteorological Agency reported. There have been no reports of damage, casualties or a tsunami alert. The epicenter of the quake was located 154 kilometers away from the southeastern … Continue reading 6.3 quake off northern Japanese coast as Typhoon Vongfong hits Okinawa
Smoke rises from Mount Ontake, which straddles Nagano and Gifu prefectures September 27, 2014. (Reuters/Kyodo) A volcano in central Japan has erupted, sending ash clouds down the mountains’ slope for more than 3 kilometers. At least eight people have been injured and aircraft have been forced to divert to avoid the dangerous area. The Ontake volcano on the border of Nagano and Gifu prefectures, 200 kilometers west of Tokyo, started erupting at about [11:53] local time ([02:53] GMT), NHK reported, citing Japan’s Meteorological Agency. NHK released a video showing the volcano spewing thick, gray smoke into the air. More than … Continue reading Volcano erupts in cenral Japan, several injured