Experts predict an EMP strike that wipes out electricity across the nation would ultimately lead to the demise of 90% of the population.
Even those who have spent the better part of their life preparing for a disaster are prone to mistakes. And once you make them, there’s no going back.
Once you realize an EMP attack has occurred, you must take action immediately to ascertain the severity of the situation and make life-saving decisions.
Even if you’re hardcore prepper with tons of supplies, there are still certain things you’ll want to do when a disaster is imminent.
Of all the disasters that might happen, a nuclear incident is the one I fear most. Although it wouldn’t be easy, it is possible to survive a nuclear war.
Nowhere in the United States is going to be truly safe from a disaster on a grand scale. However, some states will certainly be less safe than others.
As the world becomes increasingly unstable, the chance of martial law happening in your town becomes more and more likely.
Radiation exposure can happen in a number of ways: Nuclear war, a nuclear leak at a power plant, contact with radioactive waste, etc. Here’s what to do.
Many people have perished in house fires, and if you don’t want the same thing to happen to your family, you should take these 10 essential tips seriously.
It should be obvious that having at least a few emergency supplies is a good idea, yet most people still refuse to prepare. Here are 13 reasons they give.