Hammerhead Worms: How to Get Rid of These Very Invasive Worms!
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
It rarely fails that you’ll find lots of creepy crawlies in your garden and around your landscaping. From insects that look downright monstrous to every kind of worm, snake, and other unsettling creature. However much we might detest certain ones, almost all of them have a vital part to play in the ecosystem, including the self-contained ecosystem of our own gardens. Most, but not all. Source ..read more
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How to Recondition Old Gasoline on Your Own
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
One of the smartest things that you can do as a prepper is to ensure you have plenty of gas on hand in case of an emergency. From fueling your personal vehicle to running needed generators when the grid is down, your own supply of ready to use gasoline can make all the difference when the situation is otherwise totally out of control. But gasoline, as a fuel, has one fatal flaw for… Source ..read more
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Can You Refill a Bic Lighter?
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
There’s hardly any lighter that is more iconic, or ubiquitous, than the humble Bic. Seemingly sold by the billions and found everywhere, there’s not much to these cheap little lighters. They work, and being disposable when they run out of fuel you just throw them away. What could be simpler? But considering that they are disposable you probably haven’t stopped to wonder whether or… Source ..read more
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So, is it Safe to Sleep in a Car with the Windows Closed?
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
Whether you are waiting for rescue or you just need to take a break from long, boring hours of driving, most of us have probably had cause to get a little sleep in our vehicles before. Wherever you might be, reclining the driver’s seat or stretching out across the backseat to grab a few winks with the windows closed and the doors locked is definitely appealing. However… Source ..read more
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This is How Strong Paracord Really Is
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
If you ask any prepper what one tool was that they would never go without, they would probably answer paracord. Cordage is always valued in a survival situation, and many other situations besides, but out of all the kinds of cordage you might have paracord reigns supreme as one of the best all-around choices. It is renowned for its versatility, flexibility, and durability… Source ..read more
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How Much Wood Do I Need to Heat a House
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
Despite the prevalence of electric and natural gas heating, old-fashioned wood heat is still a standby for much of the world and throughout the United States. In a fireplace or in a wood stove, heating a home with wood is reliable and a dependable option for primary or supplementary heating alike. But unlike electric and typical natural gas heat, your fuel source will be distinctly… Source ..read more
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Would an Air Horn Scare a Bear?
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
Bears are large carnivorous mammals found across many parts of the world. Though typically solitary and comparatively rare compared to other large mammals, encounters with humans can and do happen, sometimes resulting in tragedy. A bear on the attack can easily cripple or kill a human. This makes it essential for people who live and work in bear country to be prepared. Source ..read more
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So, Can You Eat Snow in a Survival Situation?
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
It’s a question that has been asked by many preppers over the years: can you eat snow in a survival situation? It makes perfect sense, in a way. Water is one of the most pressing survival necessities, and any time you are in an environment where there is snow, you have fresh water all around you, everywhere, in solid form. It seems like a blessing to be able to just pick up a… Source ..read more
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How Long Does Spam Really Last?
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
Spam is one of the most divisive canned meats on the market. The folks that hate it claim Spam is mystery meat assembled from the previously rejected and least desirable parts of a pig, and that it has been chemically treated so that it will never spoil. Fans of Spam appreciated for what it is, quality canned pork useful in a variety of recipes and as a dependable mainstay for long-term… Source ..read more
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What’s the Max Distance my Ham Radio Will Work?
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by Tom Marlowe
2M ago
As preppers, maintaining your own self-contained methods of long-distance communication is a great idea. When things get really bad, you probably won’t be able to depend on landlines and cell phones, to say nothing of the internet, especially in an emergency situation. However, you will be able to depend on the radio so long as you can power it. But for those of us who don’t have much… Source ..read more
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