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Brazilian pepper composting or use as mulch? Good idea or bad idea? I have spoken in the past of Brazilian pepper's usefulness as a “chop and drop” species to cut over and over again and toss as a rough mulch around fruit trees and other perennials. If it's going to be a [...]
Wed, Jun 28, 2017
Source: Survival Gardner
There's a big difference between going to the range to shoot a few paper targets, and having to use a firearm to protect yourself. A gap exists between those two situations that can be measured in miles. So even if you're a really good shot, you're not necessarily proficient with [...]
Wed, Jun 28, 2017
Source: Ready Nutrition
Retired Senior Chief asks “can you lend any advice on sprouting moringa seeds? I have about a 3% germination rate right now and very frustrated.” My answer: Yes! Sprouting moringa seeds is really easy – you just need to know a few things first. Fresh seeds are needed Moringa seeds lose viability rapidly in storage. Make [...]
Tue, Jun 27, 2017
Source: Survival Gardner
Did you know you could recharge batteries without electricity? That's right, no electricity needed, a completely off-grid battery charger. This is a cool product! A fellow reader of this blog recommended I look into a prepper product that recharge batteries using salt-water created by Greenivative. The [...]
Tue, Jun 27, 2017
Source: Preppers Survive
Finding water in the wilderness is actually pretty straightforward. Walk downhill, look for animal tracks that are all heading in the same direction, watch for areas with lots of insects such as mosquitoes, and listen carefully. There are many other ways to gather water in the wilderness, but those are [...]
Tue, Jun 27, 2017
Source: Urban Survivor
The rubber band engine is cheap and easy to make, and can be adapted easily enough to run on heat from a solar capture device. This type of engine isn't the most efficient device, but if you have been looking into power generation systems, then you already know that most systems [...]
Tue, Jun 27, 2017
Source: Survivopedia
Just as the title suggests, you should follow your nose! The nose is a highly-sophisticated “sensor” that we take for granted. How? We don't put it to use! Or, we allow enough time to pass in our lives where we do not use it as it [...]
Tue, Jun 27, 2017
Source: Ready Nutrition
As a child in government schools, I must have recited the pledge of allegiance thousands of times. And not once did it occur to me that the “one nation . .. indivisible” part of it is simply an embrace of the Lincolnian heresy, a preemptive attack on the potential for [...]
Mon, Jun 26, 2017
Source: Independent Institute
Jack Ma, the billionaire founder of Chinese firm Alibaba, anticipates that in 30 years the work day will shrink to four hours. He cites the continual decline in the number of hours the average worker works as some evidence, but while average hours worked has declined, some people work 60-70 [...]
Mon, Jun 26, 2017
Source: Independent Institute
The July 4 holiday is just around the corner but Californians might want to mark their calendar for July 1 because on that day they could become lawbreakers. Last year, the legislature passed gun laws, approved by governor Jerry Brown, that require Californians, by July 1, to get rid of [...]
Mon, Jun 26, 2017
Source: MyGovCost.org

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