Every parent wants the best for our children but even if your kids don’t have a career as a high paid athlete, find fortune running the next tech firm that makes billions of dollars or invents the cure for cancer, we do all want them to be safe. Safe is a funny word and it can be viewed in lots of ways.
From the beginning of time, we humans have been the cause of many disasters. Here’s a look at some of the most recent.
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Let me first say that Richard Bryant, the author likes to call this book “Textbook Quality.” It’s 500 plus pages in length, and has a red and yellow cover that is sure to grab your attention if you were to see it on a shelf. But you won’t. As far as I know, you cannot buy it anywhere at the moment but Richard’s Website, NoFEMA.com.
I love (hate) how in every cyclone you find idiots who risk their lives to check on a boat. And is the guy in the last but one picture drinking the muddy water?
The hit book, Lights Out, will soon become a movie series. The book, written by David Crawford, begins just moments after the power grid goes down, and North America and at least parts of Europe are suddenly jetted back to a 1800s existence. Unfortunately for main character Mark Turner and his family, friends, and MZBs [A.K.A. Mutant Zombie Bikers, the nickname for the bad guys and evil ladies in the saga] modern society is ill-equipped to deal with an existence sans microwaves, iPhones and the Internet. It does not take long after “The Burst” for society to collapse, civil unrest to unfold, and millions of people to roam city streets with bellies aching from hunger. Lights Out Saga recently took runner up for “Best Action Sequence on a Feature Length Film” at the Action On Film International Film Festival. The award was won based on the first draft of the script, which has since progressed a great deal. (via 'Lights Out Saga' Bestselling Book Will Soon Become a Movie Series - Yahoo Voices - voices.yahoo.com)
Talk of a blast from the past… This was one of my first prepping read!
In light of the rash of earthquakes that took place last weekend, I am passing along some tips and steps you can take to be more prepared. While Caltech has some food and supplies stocked in case of a natural disaster, all Catalina residents should expect to have food and water on hand.
A number of bloggers are posting videos that show bison and other animals allegedly leaving Yellowstone National Park, prompting theories that as earthquak
Should probably been taken with a grain of salt, but heh, better safe than sorry…
Edit: I remember I posted this last year: research debunks yellow stone caldera myth.
Naoufel Dridi, who works with Médecins Sans Frontières described the suffering by patients and the difficulties facing aid workers such as those pictured.