Emergency Zone

  • April 14, 2016 Emergency Zone

    Finally, A Stealthy Bug Out Bag

    What is the most important part of a bug out bag? Is it the food and water, the fire starting tools, or what type of knife you have? There are multiple good answers to that question, but there's one really obvious good answer. The most important part of a bug out bag is the bag itself! Your bag lets you carry all your life giving tools anywhere you go. Hence you should take careful consideration...
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  • March 31, 2016 Emergency Zone

    How to Pick A Survival Knife for Beginners

    How to Pick a Survival Knife For Beginners

    So you're about to buy a survival knife? That's great! This is an important and significant purchase and you've come to the right spot for everything you need to know before purchasing one. We've done all the research for you and summed it up here. Soon you'll understand knives like never before!

    Why do You Need a Survival Knife?
    Hatchets and saws all cut larger firewood better than a survival...
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  • February 12, 2016 Emergency Zone

    The Zika Virus Meets its Match

    The Zika Virus Meets its Match





    The Zika Virus is spreading rapidly throughout South America. Just recently it spread to Florida, and now it's been confirmed in Indiana, Tennessee, and Ohio, too. It's spread most commonly by mosquitoes. If you're traveling to a warm area with mosquitoes, or if you just want to be prepared for summer, you'll want this high quality mosquito netwith you. It's...
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  • February 9, 2016 Emergency Zone

    4 Ways to Prepare for Economic Collapse

    Economic Collapse

    Economic collapse. What does it mean? Will it happen? Can we stop it? These are tough questions. There is really good evidence showing that we are headed towards a global economic catastrophe. On the other hand, we may find a way to pull ourselves out of our huge global debt. No matter what the answers are, you need to be prepared. Why? Because an economic crash could be personal as well as...
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  • February 4, 2016 Emergency Zone

    The Best Ways to Filter Water in Any Situation

    The Best Ways to Filter Water In Any Situation

    It's a cocktail from your nightmares: diarrhea, giardiasis, fluorosis, adenovirus infection, amebiasis, cryptosporidiosis, and cholera. What do all these have in common? They are all diseases that dirty drinking water can give you. If you want to avoid them, you need to purify your drinking water. There are many methods that come in many shapes, sizes, and prices. Which one is best for you? This...
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  • January 1, 2016 Emergency Zone

    6 Things Your Bug-out Bag Didn't Come With



    6 Things your bug-out bag didn't come with
             If you had to bug-out of your home right now and survive for three days with nothing but your pre-assembled bug-out bagyou bought online, could you do it? Your answer may depend on WHY you are bugging-out and the location you are headed (WHERE). It might change based on WHO's going with you and WHEN (time of day & season) too. Whatever the circumstance, if your answer leans towards "No,"...
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  • July 20, 2015 Emergency Zone

    3 Ways to Avoid a Shark Attack

    Not all of us will be as unlucky as Mick Fanning, the surfer who had a close run in with a shark on live television the other day. (Watch the video with footage of the attack above) Like Mick Fanning learned from his shark attack, you never know what may happen when you're in the water. A shark attack is less likely than getting struck by lightning, this is true, but the ocean can be dangerous and...
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  • July 14, 2015 Emergency Zone

    3 Tools for Surviving After a Hurricane Has Hit




    Do you know how to survive a hurricane? The bigger question is: do you know how to survive after the hurricane has destroyed your home? You will find great websites about how to prepare for hurricanes, but the following 4 items don't make it on most people's lists. They are tools that help with surviving after a hurricane has hit. When the hurricane passes and has left you without a working home...
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  • July 1, 2015 Emergency Zone

    7 Reasons to be Grateful for Hurricanes


    Image of a rainbow at the beach after a storm
    You may have heard the phrase "you have to be cruel to be kind" before, but probably not in relation to hurricanes. What most people don't know is that despite being capable of massive destruction, they actually provide necessary services to our planet. We fall into the common trap of focusing on the bad things, but not the good. In reality, hurricanes are one of nature's greatest gardener! Here...
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