Thursday, January 12, 2012

Survival Supplies For Your Home Preperation



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(Information for anyone to use that has realized self dependence is number one. The unconstitutional ndda of 2012 that was passed by congress and signed by the illegal president seals the fate of America. It deleted the 5,6 and 7th amendments that protected Americans from the government! Its a different 'ballgame" now if you know what mean. This blog will concentrate on self preservation and self reliance because the writing is on the wall.) Story Reports


Essential supplies to stock up on while you still can. Anything can happen in these uncertain times. It'll happen when you least expect it, and you'll need to be prepared. Natural disasters, Martial law, Economic Society Collapse, Domestic terrorism are just some of the things that can happen. This shows some of the cheaper supply options. There are some pretty good alternative options if your willing to spend the extra money. MREs have at least a 5 year shelf-life. Also a water filter would be great.

Whether or not your part of the world is falling apart for any reason (anywhere in the world), preparing for emergencies is the prudent thing to do.

Learn to survive: how to make fire, collect/purify water, make shelter and forage for food.

About 400 lbs of dry goods per adult to last one year so rice n beans is a good choice.

The LifeStraw personal water filter, the "Best Invention of 2005" (Time magazine), enables users to drink water safely from contaminated water sources. LifeStraw is ideal for homeowners during emergencies such as local flooding which can contaminate drinking water supplies. LifeStraw is also ideal for campers and hikers who may be drinking from rivers or lakes and are unsure of the water safety. Because LifeStraw is lightweight and compact, it is also great for travelers who do not want to rely on the quality of local water.

LifeStraw filters down to an incredible, 0.2 microns in size! This removes virtually all the bacteria (99.99999%) and protozoa (99.9%) from contaminated water, and reduces turbidity (muddiness) by filtering out suspended particles.

The LifeStraw currently does not filter heavy metals or viruses, and will not desalinate water.

Filters 264 gallons (1000 liters) of water. Cost is $19.95

Many people are realizing they cannot depend on their city water during an emergency. A water filter that’s lightweight, easy-to-use, and portable is important to have in your emergency preparedness kit. A LifeStraw for each member in your household - it's a low-cost investment in security.

Life Straw A good idea for sure to filter water.

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