The Preppers List of Safety Survival Hacks [Infographic]
Many household objects can be used for something entirely different than their main purpose.
When disasters strike, emergencies occur, or you just get bored and want to be creative, there are many ways to transform the common item into a life-saving tool.
"We scoured the web and found the best survival hacks that include: turning a headlamp and a jug of water into a bright light, using dryer lint and petroleum jelly as fire starters, turning glasses into a signaling device, creating an all-natural refrigerator, turning a watch into a compass, converting batteries with tin foil, creating a homemade generator, using a condom to store a gallon of water, how to pick a lock, purifying water with bleach, making an air horn from household items, and using cardboard to create a solar oven."
Marketing alert: Ah, life without a mortgage, insurance, or savings. Okay, maybe that complicated (but colorful) graph doesn't provide the easiest comparison. So I broke out the numbers from the BLS and compared a typical middle-class adult to a typical teen. I can't show dollar figures, since the study looks at percents only, so this graph compares the share of spending between teens and adults. Teens spend 14X more of their money on food; 8X more on books and clothes; and twice as much on the entertainment super-category, which includes electronics, movie tickets, concerts, and video games....
In most journalistic visualization, context is added to data visualization through the use of labels, captions, and other annotations — texts — of various kinds. Indeed, on the Economist Graphic Detail blog, visualizations not ...
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