It's incredible to see how dramatically life has changed during an economic collapse - and yet how day-to-day things continue. Jose shares a story about his family's bout with Covid and the difficulties that arose getting treatment during a collapse.
The Citizen crime reporting app pays ordinary citizens to run to the site of an emergency or crime and upload real-time footage. But is it actually creating safer communities, or is it putting civilians in danger and creating a society of snitches?
In the midst of the biggest protests since the days of Castro, the Cuban government has blocked internet and ham radio signals. Could a communications blackout like that happen here?
Are we headed for a full-on famine? Between fires, droughts, and foreign entities buying American farmland and food processing plants, things are looking worrisome. It's time to get stocked up and make a plan to ride this out.
Teaching children to become resilient is a gift that will serve them well during difficulties they face during their lives. Here are some tips to help your kids become mentally stronger.
While the virus itself has a low fatality rate for most demographics, lockdowns can push people of all ages into financial catastrophes and mental health crises, as these peer-reviewed studies and statistics show.
What would a society without money look like? A lot of folks are experiencing just that on the heels of an economic collapse...and they're coming up with many creative solutions. What skills or assets would you have in such a situation?
We've talked about supply chain shortages, but it goes deeper than just empty shelves. Here's what a complete supply chain breakdown could REALLY look like...and what you need to do to prepare.
Did you ever wonder how the super-rich prep for SHTF? The millionaires, billionaires, politicians, and aristocrats? They may be wealthy, but they're also human and have many of the same fears as the rest of us. Here's what we can learn from how they prepare.
The ultimate test of small space prepping has to be living in a tiny house. Here are the lessons Daisy learned that you might be able to adapt to your own small space.
Apparently, the best way to convince Americans to get their shot is to send soldiers to their doors. But don't worry. They just want to talk to you.
Many of us are not in a position to grow everything we eat. But if you want to shorten your personal supply chain, here's how to supplement what you grow with food from your local farmer's market. Yet another way to build a self-reliant, locally acquired stockpile and network with other producers!
Who wants a 10,000' airstrip in the middle of Nowhere, Texas? A former Chinese general with ties to Chinese concentration camps. But, why? And why did the United States allow it?
By understanding what information you, yourself, are giving away, you can learn to be more observant about other people. And then, you can use these strategies to elicit even more information from them. Here are some tips on how to elicit information and why you might want to do so.
Are attack drones the warfare of the future? Could we expect facial recognition-equipped swarm drones to be used against political opponents? What if you read content that is not politically sanitized? Where does it end?
Gardening can be tricky for even the most experienced gardeners. Joanna shares 7 of her biggest gardening mistakes and what she learned from them.