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Preparedness Pop Quiz: If you score less than 20 points on this, you're probably already dead

BY Adams: (NaturalNews) At the risk of committing a horrible "truth crime" by writing words that ring true, I've penned this Preparedness Pop Quiz to help people figure out whether they have a shot at surviving what's coming.

Bicycle power can help you maintain self-sufficiency when SHTF

By Barker: (NaturalNews) One of the persistent myths about prepping is that it requires spending lots of cash on fancy survival gear. However, much of what may prove to be extremely useful in a big disaster/SHTF scenario might already be lying around the house. Those old bicycles collecting dust in your garage are the perfect example. Not only might a bicycle represent the ultimate stealth bug-out vehicle, pedal power can also be utilized in a number of other useful ways if and when the power grid goes down.

12 lessons for surviving war after a financial collapse

By Barker: (NaturalNews) The ongoing crisis in Ukraine is saddening to behold, but there are a number of valuable lessons to be learned from the plight of the citizens who live within its contested regions. This was a stable and relatively prosperous country that descended into chaos in the span of less than a year.

Worldwide Droughts – Preparing Ahead for Mass Migrations

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There’s supposed to be water, water everywhere in Brazil but today there’s hardly a drop to drink in the country’s biggest city, Sao Paulo. And it looks like there’s more than just a drought to blame.

These simple steps will help you prepare for any emergency

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) So, you've been paying more attention to the news and to world events, and you, like millions of other Americans, see geopolitical storm clouds brewing on the horizon. But what can you do about it?

Six methods to purify water for off-grid survival

By Barker: (NaturalNews) Water is the single most crucial commodity necessary for human survival. A person can live for weeks without food, but without water it's a matter of a few days.

It's difficult to stockpile enough water to last for any extended length of time, and it's even more difficult to carry enough water to last more than a few days if you're on the move, especially on foot.

How to filter drinking water while surviving in the woods

By Barker: (NaturalNews) As the saying goes, "water is life" -- and as every good prepper knows, water is the first consideration when planning a survival strategy in the face of a disaster. A human being won't last more than three days without water, so it's crucial to make sure an adequate supply of drinkable water is at hand in the case of an emergency in which normal water supplies are no longer available.