Full List of 55 Survival Items on “Alone” (and 33 that are Forbidden)
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by Tom Marlowe
3d ago
Alone is one of the most popular survival competition shows that has ever aired on television… Currently numbering more than 110 episodes and 11 seasons, the show chronicles the struggles of 10 people who’ve been dropped into the middle of an inhospitable and remote wilderness – alone, of course – with no backup and precious little gear. Their objective? To last as long as they can, with the final remaining contestant getting a $500,000 cash prize. Aside from clothing and a basic medical and emergency kit, each participant may only choose 10 items from a list of 55 to take with them. Seeing t ..read more
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13 Places to Stash Your Valuables (No One Will Ever Look)
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by Tom Marlowe
1w ago
What’s the first thing you think of when you consider asset protection, and I mean physical assets? Probably a safe, right? Maybe an alarm system? hiding a can of food behind books on bookshelf Whether you’re keeping cash, jewelry, gems, precious metals, critical documents, or anything else worth protecting, these traditional measures are certainly worthwhile but, sadly, increasingly vulnerable… Smash-and-grab robbers will detach and haul away even large home safes and do so in minutes. Home invaders will move to neutralize you before robbing you blind. Professional theft rings and cat burglar ..read more
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The 10 Safest Places for You to Live in California
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by Tom Marlowe
2w ago
What are you getting ready for? Are you worried about natural disasters? Societal collapse? Nuclear war? How about something really crazy like a huge asteroid impact? flag of California As preppers, there’s no end to potential threats to be aware of and prepare for, but so much of the time it is the mundane things that are far more likely to hurt us or the people we care about. For instance, it’s easy to overlook everyday violent crime when you’re worried about events that can crush cities, regions, or nations. But statistically, it is far more likely that you or someone you love will be victi ..read more
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The 10 Safest Places for You to Live in Texas
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by Tom Marlowe
3w ago
Most preppers spend time getting ready for actual disasters, be they natural or man-made. But in reality, statistically, it’s a lot more probable that you’ll be a victim of violent crime rather than any major event. And not for nothing, society is continuing to fracture and fray around the edges in our current year, with no signs of slowing. Accordingly, moving or settling in a safe area is a great way to stay out of trouble. Like it or not, some towns, counties, and regions just experience a lot more crime than others. If you live in or are thinking of moving to Texas, I’m here to help with ..read more
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The 10 Safest Places for You to Live in Florida
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by Tom Marlowe
1M ago
If you live your life in a state of readiness, chances are pretty good that you’re like most preppers and are getting ready for what I call big-ticket events: I’m talking about things like natural disasters, man-made catastrophes, riots, societal collapse, and things like that. flag of Florida It’s definitely good to be ready for these things, and to have a plan, but sometimes you can miss the forest for the trees. You’re statistically far, far more likely to be victimized by everyday crime. A mugging, a robbery, a home invasion, carjacking, and so forth. Staying far away from areas with high ..read more
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10 Fallout Shelters in Georgia to Be Aware Of
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by Tom Marlowe
1M ago
Some of the most horrifying events that preppers try to prepare against are nuclear incidents. These include a nuclear power plant meltdown, the spilling or mishandling of nuclear waste, or something truly terrible like the detonation of a dirty bomb or genuine nuclear warhead. flag of the state of Georgia All these events are bad enough, and all have a high likelihood of scattering dangerous, irradiated particles in the form of nuclear fallout. Protecting yourself and your loved ones from nuclear fallout is mostly a matter of putting as much solid material between you and the radioactive mate ..read more
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8 Fallout Shelters in Michigan to Be Aware Of
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by Tom Marlowe
1M ago
Ever since mankind split the atom, the shadow of it, impossibly tiny as it is, has nonetheless loomed over the world ever since. Be it the nightmare threat of a nuclear warhead or an accidental but devastating nuclear power plant catastrophe, nuclear incidents are some of the most serious ones that preppers prep themselves for. And half the battle in that regard is figuring out how to stay safe from fallout. Dust-like radioactive debris that will be thrown into the air from a nuclear blast or reactor meltdown can contaminate everything it touches and everything nearby. The best way to protect ..read more
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Making a Rope Ladder 2 Ways (With and Without Wood)
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by Tom Marlowe
1M ago
There’s something undeniably cool about a rope ladder. I don’t know what it is. Maybe it reminds me of scaling one up into my tree house when I was a boy, maybe thoughts of a daring escape dangling beneath a rescue helicopter. They are just plain rad. But they’re also totally practical! Rope ladders have all kinds of uses, as improvised solutions for climbing a vertical face, evacuating from the upper story of a building, or even getting you into a tricky tree stand. Rope ladders have been around for a long time and compared to traditional ones they are extremely portable and often very light ..read more
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18 Basic Recipes You Can Make from Stockpiled Food
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by Tom Marlowe
1M ago
For all preppers, stockpiling food is a matter of longevity, calories and nutrition. Except for the most hardcore among us, it’s also a matter of variety: Eating the same thing over and over again can certainly keep you alive, but the toll it takes on your psyche can get brutal, especially if the food is bland and uninteresting. Menu fatigue is a real thing, and as a prepper, you are wise to seek full spectrum readiness, taking actions that will keep you physically, mentally, and emotionally in the game. Good meals are a part of that! But preparing these wholesome, tasty, and interesting meals ..read more
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7 Differences Between Lichen and Moss to Tell Them Apart
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by Tom Marlowe
1M ago
Whenever you come across fluffy, strange growths on trees or fallen logs out in the wild, do you ever wonder if you’re looking at moss or lichen? edible lichens collage Both are low-growing, creeping organisms that are typically found in out-of-the-way places where there is little chemical contamination, but that’s where the similarities actually end… Mosses are true plants, but lichens aren’t, even though many lichens have “moss” right in the name. Is this just plant facts for nerds? Hardly: telling the two apart can save your life in a wilderness survival scenario… Mosses and lichens both ha ..read more
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