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[SurvivalBlog.com] Economics and Investing: - bot Investing, Economics, SurvivalBlogcom,
Economics and Investing:


Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio foresees a U.S. Dollar collapse by 2013. (Thanks to Tom in Buffalo for the link.) Dr. Ron Paul in The Daily Bell: Debt Ceiling Drama Chris G. pointed me to an article where some Tea Party members wax SurvivalBlogish: Money Gone Rogue. Reader David...

Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio foresees a U.S. Dollar collapse by 2013. (Thanks to Tom in Buffalo for the link.)


Dr. Ron Paul in The Daily Bell:
Debt Ceiling Drama


Chris G. pointed me to an article where some Tea Party members wax SurvivalBlogish: Money Gone Rogue.


Reader David D. mentioned this in Der Spiegel:

[SurvivalBlog.com] Odds 'n Sods: - bot Sods, Odds, SurvivalBlogcom,
Odds 'n Sods:


Casey in Arizona sent a link to a fairly scientific study on firearms "stopping" power that is sure to generate some controversy: An Alternate Look at Handgun Stopping Power. If nothing else, it confirms my long-held belief that it is the man behind the gun that counts. Perfect practice makes...

Casey in Arizona sent a link to a fairly scientific study on firearms "stopping" power that is sure to generate some controversy: An Alternate Look at Handgun Stopping Power. If nothing else, it confirms my long-held belief that it is the man behind the gun that counts. Perfect practice makes perfect.


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Dust Bowl II? Oklahoma hit by relentless heatwave.


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[SurvivalBlog.com] High Mileage Transportation For an Age of Scarcity, by Inyokern - bot Inyokern, Scarcity, Transportation, Mileage, High, SurvivalBlogcom,
High Mileage Transportation For an Age of Scarcity, by Inyokern


Everything is about sustainability. Housing, heating, food, self defense, water supplies: do it yourself, maintain it. We can't turn away, completely, from the best parts of our civilization however. That means things like centralized small business. Small scale manufacturing is ongoing in little towns with certain specialties. Getting there...


Everything is about sustainability. Housing, heating, food, self defense, water supplies: do it yourself, maintain it. We can't turn away, completely, from the best parts of our civilization however. That means things like centralized small business. Small scale manufacturing is ongoing in little towns with certain specialties. Getting there from semi-remote or rural self sufficient farms for that extra income or making use of a skill set for a high demand part (gunsmiths, CB radio, water pumps, wood stoves, solar panels, small engines etc) are often best built and sold at a...

[SurvivalBlog.com] How to Pack Storage Totes For Evacuation, by C.Y. - bot Evacuation, Totes, Storage, Pack, SurvivalBlogcom,
How to Pack Storage Totes For Evacuation, by C.Y.


One way to pack emergency supplies is in plastic storage totes, which are available inexpensively at department stores. Many stores have 18 liter volume totes, between five and ten dollars per tote. They also have smaller sizes, which may be more convenient. The smaller sizes may be easier to...


One way to pack emergency supplies is in plastic storage totes, which are available inexpensively at department stores. Many stores have 18 liter volume totes, between five and ten dollars per tote. They also have smaller sizes, which may be more convenient. The smaller sizes may be easier to pack in the car.)


There are two general categories of action you can take in a disaster situation, assuming you are not a direct victim (and going to the hospital). You either stay at home, or you can evacuate. (Also called bugging out.)  Either way, it is wise to have emergency supplies in one handy place. If...

[SurvivalBlog.com] Beans, Bullets, Band-Aids and Bicycles, by Phill in Texas - bot Texas, Phill, Bicycles, Band Aids, Bullets, Beans, SurvivalBlogcom,
Beans, Bullets, Band-Aids and Bicycles, by Phill in Texas


If you know how to ride a bike then raise your hand.  If you didn't raise your hand then you are either lying or don't have hands.  The truth is everyone knows how to ride a bike and everyone at some point in their lives has owned a bike. ...


If you know how to ride a bike then raise your hand.  If you didn't raise your hand then you are either lying or don't have hands.  The truth is everyone knows how to ride a bike and everyone at some point in their lives has owned a bike.  If everyone has owned a bike or at least knows how to ride one, then I must beg the question "Why is no one talking more about bikes for TEOTWAWKI type situations?"  Allow me to remedy this quandary.



Possession of bicycles  is highly underrated in topic general.  Additionally, from the...

[SurvivalBlog.com] A Few Words on Bicycles, by Semper Bike - bot Bike, Semper, Bicycles, Words, SurvivalBlogcom,
A Few Words on Bicycles, by Semper Bike


About 17 years ago I realized that I could not do all the things that I had done when I was in my 20s. I use to play pick-up basketball for hours, play soccer, stay up way too late, hike lots of miles, and a lot of other things,...


About 17 years ago I realized that I could not do all the things that I had done when I was in my 20s. I use to play pick-up basketball for hours, play soccer, stay up way too late, hike lots of miles, and a lot of other things, and not feel too much pain the next day. Well, I’m 47 now and I can barely run or do anything that requires lateral movement like soccer or basketball due to multiple operations on my ankles, knee and back. About the only things that I can do pain-free is swim and ride a bike. I still walk but it is always accompanied by the ever-present arthritis to remind me that I am no longer 25…but I digress. As I said, 17 years ago I decided it would be...

[SurvivalBlog.com] Note from JWR: - bot from, Note, SurvivalBlogcom,
Note from JWR:


Today we present another three entries for Round 35 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: A.) A course certificate from onPoint Tactical. This certificate will be for the prize winner's choice of three-day civilian courses. (Excluding those restricted for military or government...

Today we present another three entries for Round 35 of the SurvivalBlog
non-fiction writing contest.
The prizes for this round include:

First Prize: A.) A course certificate from onPoint
Tactical
. This certificate will be for the prize winner's choice of three-day
civilian courses. (Excluding those restricted for military or government
teams.) Three day onPoint courses normally cost $795, and
B.) Two cases of

[SurvivalBlog.com] Jim's Quote of the Day: - bot Quote, Jims, SurvivalBlogcom,
Jim's Quote of the Day:


"When a country is indebted to the degree that we’re indebted, the country always defaults. We will default because the debt is unsustainable."- Rep. Ron Paul, July 19, 2011...

"When a country is indebted to the degree that we’re indebted, the country always defaults. We will default because the debt is unsustainable."- Rep. Ron Paul, July 19, 2011







[SurvivalBlog.com] Odds 'n Sods: - bot Sods, Odds, SurvivalBlogcom,
Odds 'n Sods:


Mr. V. mentioned a site of interest in the Onionspace: A movement devoted to anonymity, resilient communities, and free markets. Mr. V. also mentioned: "There is a table of contents viewable from "vanilla" Internet space. For full access, you will need to get set up in Tor .onion-space, then you...

Mr. V. mentioned a site of interest in the Onionspace: A movement devoted to anonymity, resilient communities, and free markets. Mr. V. also mentioned: "There is a table of contents viewable from "vanilla" Internet space. For full access, you will need to get set up in Tor .onion-space, then you can access this board."


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[SurvivalBlog.com] Economics and Investing: - bot Investing, Economics, SurvivalBlogcom,
Economics and Investing:


Whispering the dreaded "D" word: Federal Reserve Actively Preparing for the Possibility of U.S. Default. ( Thanks to N.B. for the link.) Columbus Forms Copper Theft Task Force. "Columbus Police say last year alone $2 million in copper was stolen throughout the city." (Thanks to F.G. for the link.)...

Whispering the dreaded "D" word: Federal Reserve Actively Preparing for the Possibility of U.S. Default. ( Thanks to N.B. for the link.)


Columbus Forms Copper Theft Task Force. "Columbus Police say last year alone $2 million in copper was stolen throughout the city." (Thanks to F.G. for the link.)


F.J. sent a link to an interesting piece penned by Eric Fry:

[SurvivalBlog.com] Letter Re: Economic Solution? - bot Solution, Economic, Letter, SurvivalBlogcom,
Letter Re: Economic Solution?


Mr. Rawles: You, and numerous other hard money advocates--like Ron Paul--spend a lot of time talking about the problems created by the Federal Reserve. You are right in calling it a private banking cartel--because, yep, that it exactly what it is. But what is the solution? Thanks, - Ralph...


Mr. Rawles:


You, and numerous other hard money advocates--like Ron Paul--spend a lot of time talking about the problems created by the Federal Reserve. You are right in calling it a private banking cartel--because, yep, that it exactly what it is. But what is the solution? Thanks, - Ralph in St. Louis


JWR Replies: In essence the problem is our reliance on debt-based funny money. (Take the time to watch the Renaissance 2.0 video series. While I don't agree with all of its creator's conclusions, overall it is excellent.) My emphasis on hard goods (barterable tangibles) and hard...

[SurvivalBlog.com] Letter Re: The Thinning of The Horde by Matt B. - bot Matt, Horde, Thinning, Letter, SurvivalBlogcom,
Letter Re: The Thinning of The Horde by Matt B.


Dear Survivalbloggers: I just finished re-reading JWR's novel "Patriots". Anyone who has read it knows that in Chapter 21 a number was given on the percentage of the population that perished during the Crunch. This has allowed me to open my mind. There will undoubtedly be a Golden Horde,...


Dear Survivalbloggers:

I just finished re-reading JWR's novel "Patriots". Anyone who has read it knows that in Chapter 21 a number was given on the percentage of the population that perished during the Crunch. This has allowed me to open my mind. There will undoubtedly be a Golden Horde, but as you will read, it will quickly and overtime diminish considerably.  

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[SurvivalBlog.com] How to Live Longer Now and After TEOTWAWKI, by Kevin D. - bot Kevin, TEOTWAWKI, After, Longer, Live, SurvivalBlogcom,
How to Live Longer Now and After TEOTWAWKI, by Kevin D.


Many people take a multi-vitamin.  Some people take multiple supplements.  However, an often overlooked vitamin deserves your closer scrutiny – vitamin D.  New research indicates that vitamin D has holistic effects on the body that cannot be replicated by any other supplement.  These positive effects include, but are not...


Many people take a multi-vitamin.  Some people take multiple supplements.  However, an often overlooked vitamin deserves your closer scrutiny – vitamin D.  New research indicates that vitamin D has holistic effects on the body that cannot be replicated by any other supplement.  These positive effects include, but are not limited to, reduced cancer rates, reduce incidences of heart disease, lower blood pressure, reduced incidences of influenza, and more.  Best of all, for most people, obtaining the proper dosage of vitamin D is incredibly...

[SurvivalBlog.com] How Does Your Garden Grow? (After TSHTF), by Tom from Colorado - bot Colorado, from, TSHTF, After, Grow, Garden, Your, Does, SurvivalBlogcom,
How Does Your Garden Grow? (After TSHTF), by Tom from Colorado


Gardens will supply a large portion of our food after TSHTF. Those who already garden know that, in many cases, additional amendments and plant foods/fertilizers are necessary for a good crop. While a compost pile will help a great deal in keeping your soil in good shape, there are...


Gardens will supply a large portion of our food after TSHTF. Those who already garden know that, in many cases, additional amendments and plant foods/fertilizers are necessary for a good crop. While a compost pile will help a great deal in keeping your soil in good shape, there are many other sources for fertilizers/plant foods that will be easily accessible after TSHTF. I'll detail several of them and the manner in which to make and/or use them in this article.


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[SurvivalBlog.com] Note from JWR: - bot from, Note, SurvivalBlogcom,
Note from JWR:

Today we present another two entries for Round 35 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: A.) A course certificate from onPoint Tactical. This certificate will be for the prize winner's choice of three-day civilian courses. (Excluding those restricted for military or government...

Today we present another two entries for Round 35 of the SurvivalBlog
non-fiction writing contest.
The prizes for this round include:

First Prize: A.) A course certificate from onPoint
Tactical
. This certificate will be for the prize winner's choice of three-day
civilian courses. (Excluding those restricted for military or government
teams.) Three day onPoint courses normally cost $795, and
B.) Two cases of

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