Prepper News Watch for October 21, 2015



  1. Japan’s Fukushima Lies Blow Up With Admission Of First Radiation Cancer Casualty
  2. Antibiotic-Resistant Genes Found in Mummy : Discovery News
  3. Spooky Asteroid to Zoom Past Earth on Halloween : Discovery News
  4. St. Louis Area Radioactive Waste Site Fire Threatens Millions
  5. Apple can’t and won’t give governments back door into new iPhones | Macworld

Prepping and General Interest:

  1. How to Make a Sling for Your Arm
  2. Nomograms: Complex Analog Calculators Simple for Everyone
  3. Gold – A Rally No-One Really Believes In
  4. 20 Reasons Why All The People That Quit Prepping After September Are Dead Wrong
  5. Pioneer Recipes and Cooking, Why We Should Study Them
  6. An Off-Grid ‘Survival Wardrobe’ That Will Last Forever
  7. Airway Obstruction and Tracheotomy
  8. Generator Maintenance For Preparedness
  9. Try a treadle!
  10. Tents That Turn Into Bunkers if You Just Add Water
  11. Growing A Prepper Group Through Teaching Radio Communications : Building an Inexpensive Shortwave (HF) Ham Radio Station With EMP Protection
  12. 8 Prepper Mistakes That Could Get You Killed

Freedom Issues:

  1. Hillary Is Pushing Her Luck on Gun Control
  2. MI: School Superintendent: We need Guns in Schools


  1. Goodbye Middle Class: 51 Percent Of All American Workers Make Less Than 30,000 Dollars A Year
  2. With Just $10 “You’re Wealthier Than 25% Of Americans”
  3. The two income trap and the myth of high American wages: 50 percent of wage earners had net compensation of $28,851 or less.
  4. Negative Rates for Next 10 Years-Buy Gold-Axel Merk

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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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