Earth’s north and south extremities are among the most inhospitable places on the planet. Even in summer months, temperatures are near freezing and winds reach up to 200 miles an hour. You can imagine the cold is the biggest killer here. What would one have to do in order to survive in these unwelcoming polar regions? How would you stay alive if you’re freezing to death?
Oysters are considered a delicacy throughout the world. They are consumed with great satisfaction by many. This without knowing that these wonderful marine creatures have a much greater purpose than filling one’s belly. In fact water filtering using oysters is a process that is being used in various parts of the world.
Survival honey (or jut honey) is a wonder food that should be stockpiled by every prepper. It is considered by some the ultimate survival food due to its long shelf life and healing proprieties. Honey has been used by humans since Ancient Times and cave paintings have been found depicting humans hunting for this golden wonder.
There is a big debate about what a bug out bag should contain and what would be the best survival gear one can carry. We can find all sorts of recipes for food preparation and storage, and a lot of weapons guides. How about discussing the topic of having a bug out vehicle?
Water, the life giving element we sometimes take for granted is not always available. During a survival scenario, we will struggle to find water if there are not readily available sources nearby. Once you find it you have to filter water properly to avoid getting sick.
Ever since the dawn of time the ability to make fire has been one of the man’s greatest achievements. Fire was a tool that drastically influenced the quality of life. In today’s modern times there are a lot of tools that can help you start a fire, from mechanical to fuel based tools. This may be the reason why we take fire for granted. We are so infatuated by technology that when it comes to simple things like making a fire in a technology free environment, we can only speculate on how one can start a fire, especially in the wild.