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Great Tutorials To Help You Become More Self Sufficient
Becoming more self sufficient can mean making a few simple changes or a whole lifestyle over-haul. Whichever you want we’ve put together this comprehensive list of posts that covers everything from DIY heaters to food storage, plus plenty more amazing tutorials and tips you’ll need.
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Survival Expert Warns To Double Down On 2017 Prepping – Terrifying End Game May Await The Unprepared
‘There’s nothing like hunger to ‘inspire’ the angry mobs – it has happened before in history, it will happen again.’
In the new video below featuring former US Army Intelligence operative and survival expert James Wesley Rawles from SurvivalBlog.com along with Dave from the X22Report, we’re told that despite the fact America just dodged a major bullet with Donald Trump’s election, depending on how events develop over the next several months and into the next year, the greatest turmoil may still be ahead of us. Warning us all to kick our prepping into overdrive, Rawles urges us several times to ‘double-down on our preparations’ as he still expects the globalists may try to bring down the global economy between February and November of 2017.
LifeStraw is ideal for hiking, backpacking, camping, travel, and emergency preparedness. The straw-style filter design lets you turn up to 1,000 liters of contaminated water into safe drinking water.
- Ultralight: weighs only 2 ounces (57 grams)
- Meets US EPA drinking water standards
- Portable: only 9” (22.5 cm) long and 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter
- Requires no electrical power, batteries or replacement parts
- BPA free and contains no chemicals
- Raw materials meet US Food and Drug Administration regulations and standards
- No aftertaste: LifeStraw doesn’t use iodine or iodinated resin chemicals
- Removes 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria, including E. coli and salmonella
- Removes 99.9% waterborne protozoa, including Giardia and Cryptosporidium
Water is essential to life.People can live up to a week without food, but only two to three days without water. Clean water can be hard to find if you get stranded in the wild or if there is an emergency. You can make this filter very easy with basic materials that you can find in the wild or can buy very cheap If you have to find your own water , you must be able to strain out impurities that can make you sick.
First lets cut off the back of the bottle this is where we are going to put the water in. Using your knife, scissors, or anything sharp, make a small hole in the center of the cap. In my case I used my knife and easily made a nice hole in the center scissors work just as well.
Put a filter over the mouth of the bottle and tighten the cap over it. A filter will keep the sand inside the bottle and keep it from falling out. The cap will hold the filter in place. You can use a coffee filter or some cloth. In my case we used a piece of cloth.