Prepper News Watch for March 25, 2015



  1. World Health Organization: Monsanto’s Roundup “Probably” Causes Cancer
  2. US Begins “Big Stick” Negotiations With Iran: Sends The “Big Ships” Into The Persian Gulf
  3. WNW 181-Ukraine & Middle East Closer to War, Clinton Emails, Economy Sinking

Prepping and General Interest

  1. 33 Strange Facts About America That Most Americans Would Be Shocked To Learn
  2. How to Survive a Flood or Flash Flood
  3. How to Survive a Flash Flood
  4. How To Build A $300 Underground Greenhouse
  5. Best Pocket Carry Flashlight For Under 30 Dollars
  6. What Do You Prep For: Local / Regional Trouble: “All Of This Has To Be Figured Out In Advance”
  7. Gravity Flow Water filters, are Replacement Filters Interchangeable?
  8. How to Make Powdered Eggs
  9. 5 Off-Grid Reasons You Should Stockpile Hydrogen Peroxide
  10. Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife: Our Favorite Survival Knives
  11. Assemble a Personal Care Bucket
  12. What Would You Do if You Had a Gas Leak?
  13. Blue Freedom Hydropower Generator
  14. Food Storage Life Hacks: Dehydrated Potato Shreds
  15. 5 Real Life Survival Stories To Learn From
  16. A review of the Lansky sharpening system
  17. 5 Unexpected Survival Uses For Sugar


  1. US Inflation Rises Slightly in February

Science, Nature and Tech

  1. Study: Melting Greenland ice sheet is rapidly slowing the Gulf Stream
  2. A Scientific Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like (And Where Not To Hide)
  3. Do You Really Need to Eject Your Flash Drive (or Device) Before Removing It?

Thanks to Richard T for article submissions.

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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.

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