A very important piece in serious prepper’s survival kit is the flashlight. No one should go without one. If SHTF at some point or another,any old flashlight will do if survival flashlight is not in reach, but nothing can compete with a professional, state of the art lightning gadget
With so many daily work, family, and personal distractions, it’s no wonder so many of us remain unconcerned and unprepared for a potential disaster to strike. But they do strike often, all around the world, and assuming you and your family will be exempt could endanger your lives.
The military EMP devices (although are also man-made), are build to serve a whole different purpose. They are highly advanced tactical weapons meant for combat. They are non-lethal, but they debilitate the enemy’s combat capacity by rendering useless everything that uses or runs on electrical currents.
Every year the world’s foundations is shaken by natural disasters. Some are avoidable and some are not, but what’s important is how people can rise above the remains. Whether we’re talking about hurricanes, floods, droughts, tornadoes, forest fires etc., it’s vital to know in
Though the idea of an Artificial Intelligence world domination may have a cartoonish status in our survivalist community, unfortunately the concept is closer to the truth than you might think. I don’t need to point out the obvious: the signs are all around us, from the self-driving
“Super-EMP” weapon, capable of emitting enough gamma rays to disable the electric power grid across most of the lower 48 states, says Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, a former CIA nuclear weapons analyst and president of EMPact America, a citizens lobbying group.
Recent declassification of EMP studies by the U.S. government has begun to draw attention to this dire threat. Rogue nations such as North Korea (and possibly Iran) will soon match Russia and China and have the primary ingredients for an EMP attack: simple
It’s a known fact that all solar flares cause some sort of radiation. Often, this is broadband radiation, which hits our atmosphere and causes problems with radio reception. Back in the 1970s, this was severe enough to put an end to the CB radio craze