For most of human history, bacterial infections and diseases were the number one killer year after year, regardless of whether there was a major disaster in progress. #urbansurvivalsite #shtf #disease #survival #endoftheworld
In this video, Canadian Prepper talks about all types of disasters: personal disasters, local disasters, and global disasters. #urbansurvivalsite #disasters #doomsday #apocalypse #survival
Aside from the financial consequences, there are plenty of scary things that follow in the wake of an economic collapse. #urbansurvivalsite #disaster #shtf #collapse #survival
Plenty of attention is given to the things you should do when disaster strikes. However, knowing what not to do can be just as important for your survival. #urbansurvivalsite #disaster #survive #survivaltips #preppers
An EMP (electromagnetic pulse) that destroys the power grid would result in the death of 90% of the population after just one year. #urbansurvivalsite #emp #empsurvival #survive #disasterpreparedness
The Murray-Hill Riot, also referred to as the Montreal Night of Terror, took place in late 1969 in Montreal, Quebec when the police went on strike. #urbansurvivalsite #civilwar #riots #urbansurvival #selfdefense
Knowing where the government will show up first in a collapse scenario is of immense importance. Of course, we would all like to believe there is help on the way, and there are massive amounts of resources that will be used to assist people, but some places will be a higher priority than others.
Though we all have a fantasy that the primo bomb shelter will protect us against a nuclear bomb, anything in the blast zone dies. Forget about prepping for the blast zone. What is more important is understanding where the blast zone might be and how you can get out of that zone ASAP.
How would you respond if a disaster occurred while you were away on a trip, and what can you do to prepare for that scenario? Here are a few tips…
Although you can’t predict when the next big earthquake will hit, you can prepare to live through it. Here are some tips for surviving an earthquake.