An EMP survival kit is a Faraday cage with electronic items that you might need after an electromagnetic pulse knocks out the grid.
Access to clean or running water may be limited during a disaster, so it’s important to build a sanitation kit just in case.
Here are some items you want to avoid stockpiling, mostly because they will go bad, but also because they aren’t going to help you survive.
If the grid goes down, GPS and online maps might be unavailable. In case that happens, keep these paper maps on hand.
If you’re pregnant or have a newborn, you’ll need to pack some extra emergency items in order to ride out a major disaster.
Fatwood is derived from certain softwood trees which are more flammable the other trees, making fatwood great for tinder and kindling.
Radio is still one of the most effective means of communication out there. However, you’ll need to know which frequencies to use.
While potassium iodide is not a “cure all” for all radiation-caused illness, it can help prevent radiation sickness of a very specific type.
The global supply chain is being stretched to its limit, leading to shortages in just about everything. What happens next?
Knives are the best survival tool for many reasons including appearance, versatility, durability, affordability, and more.