When you're new to the preparedness world, survival jargon and acronyms can be very confusing. We've got you covered with this prepper's dictionary.
Scientists are "resurrecting the dead" digitally with chatbots and photo reanimation in a creepy move that many fear will bring humanity closer to the Singularity.
Coming soon, just like when you leave your dog at a kennel, it appears that humans, too, will have to prove they've "gotten their shots" to do just about anything.
Just because we can doesn't mean we should. Scientists are hard at work reawakening bacterial microbes that have been dormant for 100 million years.
The price of fuel is beginning to rise and the dramatic spike is due to continue. But the real reasons why are not the ones being reported by the MSM.
The importance of keeping spirits high and a sense of sanity under distress is a constant in survival chronicles and for a good reason. Mindset can change everything.
SCOTUS is hearing a case to determine if police can enter your home without a warrant. That sound you hear? It's the latches of lawyers' briefcases snapping shut on your constitutional rights.
Remember in the 90s when we'd watch movies about self-driving cars and bizarre totalitarian futures and we'd laugh because it seemed so far-fetched? Check out this analysis of a popular action-adventure movie.
The new creation is described as “neither a traditional robot nor a known species of animal” but a “new class of artifact: a living, programmable organism.”
Prepping looks a lot different when you are in a temporary location, traveling, or living in an RV/van but it can - and should - still be done. Here's how.
For years mocked as the realm of crazy conspiracy theorists, it turns out that China, the US, and UAE all have publicly acknowledged weather modification programs.
When a migrant was murdered by a local, the media didn't say a word. But a video of the event was shared on social media. And then the retaliation began.
Fresh on the heels of rolling blackouts due to frigid temperatures and a grid that couldn't handle demand, Texas is now facing "overwhelmed" water systems.
Reading the diary of a middle-class professional and family man hit directly by the economic devastation of the Great Depression feels uncannily like reading a modern-day newsfeed.