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World News Update (Video)

World News Update (Video)

We’ve been making more of an effort to share top news stories that are relevant to preppers and show a general trajectory of global events that might lead up to the kind of crisis we advocate everyone should be preparing for. A really great place to find regular survival-focused news is on YouTuber Full Spectrum Survival’s channel, where he shares daily world news updates “that the aware need to know”. I enjoy his global-minded perspective, and he often picks up important international stories you just won’t hear in the American mainstream media, such as disease outbreaks or warnings from the […]

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Survival News: Fukushima Update

Survival News: Fukushima Update

It’s always been hard to get an accurate picture of what’s really going on at the Fukushima Daichi nuclear plant in Japan since its cooling system was damaged and failed in the 2011 tsunami. The Japanese government is notoriously tight-lipped about the nuclear disaster, but time to time we hear updates on what we’ve all assumed was going on: a six years (and counting) nuclear disaster with no foreseeable positive outcome. The technology simply doesn’t exist to properly contain the radiation leaking from that plant, and to this day, 300 tons of radiated water is still being dumped into the […]

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Survival News: Oroville Dam Evacuation

Survival News: Oroville Dam Evacuation

Thousands of¬†Northern California residents of the town of Oroville have been evacuated in recent days due to an anticipated failure of an axuilary spillway in the Oroville Dam on the Feather River. After years of severe drought, California has been hammered with rain and snow this winter and the previously drained lake is now hundreds of feet above sea level. The auxiliary was opened to try to relieve some of the water, but a hole has appeared and has been widening and residents in the path of the spillway have now been evacuated. What is troubling is that it is […]

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