Prepper News Watch for April 26, 2016



  1. 30 Years On, Chernobyl Still Leaks Radiation
  2. 15 Types Of Frozen Vegetables Sold At Costco, Meijer Recalled Over Listeria Concerns

Prepping and General Interest:

  1. Can You Refreeze Food?
  2. 10 Common Home Security Mistakes
  3. Is It Ever Safe To Eat Out Of Dented Cans? (And If So, When?)
  4. 14 Drought-Resistant Vegetables To Plant If You Rarely Get Rain
  5. How to Prepare for Hail and Prevent Hail Damage
  6. 10 Things To Consider While Starting Out With Preparedness
  7. Bug Out Bike: Good Idea or Death Trap? – The Prepper Journal
  8. Special Needs Preppers: Physical and Medical Challenges
  9. Everything You Need to Know About Raising Baby Chicks on a Budget
  10. Survival Medicine: Why You Need EMT Shears In Your Kit
  11. SHTF Meaning, Examples and an In-Depth Explanation
  12. “Skills That Could Save Your Life”: 25 Forgotten Survival Lessons You Need to Know
  13. Using Dried Eggs: A Tutorial
  14. Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review
  15. 5 Things to Check in Your Concealed Carry Ammo
  16. Using a Tactical Light
  17. Emergency Pancake Syrup, a Simple Hack You’ll Actually Use | Serious Eats

Freedom Issues:

  1. School’s in Session: Why Arming Teachers is the Most Logical Option


  1. Doug Casey Warns: “It’s The Next Stage Of The Greater Depression… The Economy Is Going To Be Very, Very Bad”
  2. Government Officials Admit To Economic False Flag Operations
  3. All Depressions Are Not Created Equal
  4. It’s Now Almost Impossible To Save For Retirement
  5. In 1 Out Of Every 5 American Families, Nobody Has A Job

Science, Nature and Tech:

  1. CDC Reveals Leading Causes Of Death In The U.S.; Heart Disease, Cancer Lead The Pack
  2. What Are Natural Flavors?
  3. By The Numbers: Scope of Chernobyl Disaster
  4. Do NOT Make This Mistake If You Ever Find a Stray USB Drive
  5. Computer Virus Discovered In German Nuclear Power Plant

If you have find a news story or prepping-related article, send it in.

This is a curated list of news stories and articles having interested to the preparedness community. None of the above should be considered an endorsement or an attempt to push any particular agenda by the Preparedness Podcast. They’re simply presented here as an informative source, many included are provided as ‘food for thought’ material.

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