If you’ve run out of drinking water during a lakeside camping trip, there’s a simple solution: Break off a branch from the nearest pine tree, peel away the bark, and slowly pour lake water through the stick. The improvised filter should trap any bacteria, producing fresh, uncontaminated water. In fact, an MIT team has discovered that this low-tech filtration system can produce up to four liters of drinking water a day — enough to quench the thirst of a typical person
We did not wait the MIT to test & approve this technique, but it might help spread the word. You shouln't be in a hurry though, it's takes for ever to go through.
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If you're trying to defend a homestead or bug out location with a small group, you need to improve your odds by what's called force multipliers. One of the best ways to fight like a larger group is to prepare your battlespace.
All a user has to do is squirt in a measure of lighter fuel or camping gas, and the company claims you'll be able to refill an iPhone 11 times over. eZelleron is making some big claims about the efficacy, efficiency and safety of its new product, saying that it'll be safe to stash in your pocket and will even be allowed into an aircraft cabin.
Now that's new! Intsead of a battery pack, you pack a generator :)
[When SHTF, will you grab your] brand new Bug Out Bags and quietly walk into the national forest. This is the bug out to the woods strategy that I read about often in comments or on forums.
A pretty interesting reality check. The comments thread is worth checking out too. Now it's time to consider bugging out to a Bug Out Location through thoughtful planning of various routes and scenarii... with survival caches along the way. That takes time but it's
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