Monthly Archives: August 2011

On the Vampire Bat Non-Story

I saw on the news that people are panicking over the first death in America by a vampire bat. Sure enough there is a story going around about a Mexican migrant who died in Louisiana. After being bit in Mexico … Continue reading

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Zeer Pot Fridge: Simple Solution for Blackouts and Brownouts

The summer heat caused rolling blackouts in Detroit and is stressing the grid in many states. Via Survival Blog comes this nifty idea that is essentially a portable mini-root cellar that will save some of that food from going bad … Continue reading

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Fernando “Ferfal” Aguirre on Survival Kits

This video on survival kits by Fernando “Ferfal” Aguirre, author of The Modern Survival Manual: Surviving the Economic Collapse, has a lot of interesting information on what kind of things are useful in small kits. Also interesting in the first … Continue reading

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French Shepards Tormented by “Ravenous Wolves”

Wolves were thought to be extinct in France since the 1930s but now the country hosts a population of around 200. Decades of urbanization, cultural Marxism and radical environmentalism have created a perfect storm that is consuming French livestock as … Continue reading

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Five Deaths Linked to Joplin Fungus Infection

Yikes: Reuters – Injuries sustained from wood splinters or other materials triggered a rare fungal infection that may have contributed to the deaths of five people in the May 22 tornado in Joplin, Mo., the Centers for Disease Control and … Continue reading

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