I opened a can of peas with a rock by sanding off the ring holding the can lid on, at the same time discussing why small businesses are being put out of business, so when you receive universal basic income you will be allowed to spend it at at approved retailers, i.e corporate 500 businesses. I could have used a can opener or a knife, but wanted to try a different method. The point is to try something new, to try a different style to do something we take for granted. Can opener is too easy. How many people will forget a can opener when bugging out ? Vast changes are sweeping the planet are you ready to shift your lifestyle to roll with the changes?
27 March 2020
Empty Highway in Auckland, New Zealand
Day two since the Covid-19 was declared in New Zealand by the prime minister. This is about fishing and hunting. The reason Into cover this topic because during Level 4 alert level in New Zealand; the people in New Zealand must stay at home (any regard of their health) unless they’re traveling to get essential supple like food and medicine at supermarkets or pharmacy also traveling is severity restricted. So outdoor activities that has something to do about leaving your property and coming out isolation there forth you cannot fishing nor hunting nor even going the beach . This newsletter that I found on fishing.net.nz
Also going to the beach is for bitten during the COVID-19 according the New Zealand Herald in the first paragraph
“Beach access will be restricted and lifeguard patrols will stop nationwide from tomorrow as New Zealand enters lockdown.
As announced by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday, New Zealand was classed as alert level 3 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, until tonight at 11.59pm when it will go to level 4, which outlined extensive restrictive measures concerning everyday life.”
Here state of Alert in New Zealand from Level 1 to up to Level 4 and the current Alert Level is Level 4
Remember people in any country; Be safe, Be Healthy, wash your hand often, If you sick stay home also report on those who’re not abiding the COVID-19 quarantine laws especially the sick people with flu like symptoms who do not self quarantine. We will get through this pandemic; we will survive
James White from NorthwestLibertyNews.com and David DuByne from the ADAPT 2030 channel on YT discuss changes in society as we head deeper into the intensifying Eddy Grand Solar Minimum.
- Quake swarms in California
- Increase in volcanic activity during grand solar minimums
- Year without a summer volcanic eruption
- Why no warnings of the intensifying grand solar minimum are being given
- New Madrid Fault zone earthquake
- John Casey Book Upheaval
Climate Revolution is a ‘Must Read’ for understanding our Sun driven climate as we progress deeper into the new Eddy Grand Solar Minimum. Weather extremes leading to Global food scarcity and high food prices are here now, and this book describes the expected changes, how to survive & thrive during future challenging times with practical preparations.
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1 July 2019
(Natural News) The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) urged the public to be prepared for a power outage that may last up to six months. In a report from the agency’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council, it warned that a sudden attack would likely occur and could cause chaos for at least half a year as the electric grid is now the prime target of terrorists.
“Long-duration, lasting several weeks to months (at least 2 months, but more likely 6 months or more) due to physical destruction to equipment, such as transformers or transmission lines; or the severity of the event resulting in limited workforce to repair damage, or inability to create or transport replacement parts,” said the report.
The advisory council urged Americans to prepare by having enough supplies on hand for at least 14 days. But this number appears to be grossly inadequate, considering the threat and the timeline for reestablishing essential services after an attack. (Related: Do you know what to do during a power outage? Here are 5 essential things you need.)
This isn’t the first warning about a threat to the U.S. electric grid from terrorism. In an earlier report by the Air Force’s Air University, the military warned that an EMP-style attack could wipe out the country, democracy, and the world order. The report also said that it would take at least 18 months to replace key elements of the electric grid that would be damaged or knocked out.
Things you need to do to prepare for an attack
To survive an attack, you need to be prepared to survive for an extended period without electricity, food and water, and essential services.
- Have your own water supply – Water systems rely heavily on electricity to operate, and a power outage means that you will lose access to water. Therefore, you need to start storing your own water. You can start by storing cases of water bottles around for emergencies. Remember to rotate your water storage as water can go stale after a long period. You will need to have at least one gallon of water per person per day. This will be used for drinking, cooking, bathing, and cleaning.
- Stock up on food – Food and water are essential for survival, and these two will likely be scarce during a long-term power outage. Start stocking extra of what you usually eat, focusing on dry goods.
- Have cash on hand – Your debit and credit cards are going to be useless during any type of grid-down situation, so it’s best to have cash on hand. You will need money to buy last-minute supplies and to deal with the first stages of the disaster.
- Stock up on firearms – When SHTF, the unprepared masses may become unpredictable and threaten to your life. At this point, security is a top priority. You should be taking measures to protect yourself and your family, so stock up on firearms and learn how to use them in case of emergencies.
- Prepare a backup power source – You may want to consider investing in solar chargers, power generators, and portable battery backups in case of emergencies. Make sure to have backup power to run things like emergency radios, flashlights, and other emergency gears.
- First aid kit – Rescue may not be as quick as usual if the grid goes down, so its best to have your own first aid kit at home, in your car, and in your office. Prepare whatever you need or might need to take care of yourself and your family. You may also want to consider getting CPR training and basic first aid before you need it.
Increase your chances of survival during emergencies. Learn more at Preparedness.news.
Jeffrey Daugherty is joined by Diamond from Oppenheimer Ranch.
How did people survive winters in the past? Today, you can just flip on the heat in your home when it’s cold outside. However, staying warm took a lot more effort back in the 19th century. There were lots of creative yet odd ways people used to keep from freezing back in the day.TIMESTAMPS:
Focusing on the hands 0:41
Keeping the bed warm 1:59
A crazy amount of layers 2:51
Hanging out in the kitchen 3:48
Close living quarters 4:43
Spending a night out at the pub 5:13
Cleverly designed home decor 5:54
Foot warmers 7:29>br> Wearing fur 8:07
An open fire in the house 8:57
Eco Liberty Conclusion: Although there is more than 10 way to keep warm but the video from Bright Side give you an idea how people kept themselves warm in the winters in the 19th century especially in the Dalton Minimum and the year without a summer when the massive volcano erupted on island of Sumbawa peasant day Indonesia. The volcano that erupted in 1815 was a VEI 7 eruption and impacted the climate around the globe reducing temperature and caused the following year without a summer. This video give you an idea will be useful for the next oncoming solar minimum which that may occur in the near future this century. Having to survive without electricity to you going to need know how. Here link to wanted to know how to make hot water without electricity which that is going to be useful when the powers gird fails and when you run out of gas that you for heating and cooking. Hot water going to be key to keeping yourself clean and warm. Do you find this useful for the upcoming solar minimum or if you know I’m missing something let me know in the commits below.
Just to find this idea on social media I decide to cover this; because pallets has many uses. accord to this below video on You Tube from Natural Ways
Having the skills to grow your food is going to essential especially with upcoming solar minimum which we might be already in. Because grow food in the solar minimum and cold periods is going to be much more difficult especially outdoor because growing season is going to be shorter. Hydroponics and vertical farms are going to be useful technology to help us thrive in solar minimum and cold periods in the future. Those who have little to no cash you can find pallets near by and use it to make your own raised bed to grow your own garden.
25 June 2018
(Natural News) The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic downturn that began in 1929 and continued until about 1939. It affected North America, Europe, and other industrialized areas of the world. It was the most serious economic tragedy ever experienced by the industrialized Western world in modern history.
The full burden of the economic crisis fell squarely on the shoulders of the nation’s working class. They struggled badly for their survival during this most difficult period, which led them to find a number of ways to put food on the table. The following Great Depression foods helped them live from day to day when nothing else was available.
- Mock apple pie – As the name suggests, this recipe is but a mock version, which means it contains no actual apples. This recipe replaced apples with crushed crackers, cinnamon, and a flavored syrup. The most famous version is the Ritz Mock Apple Pie, which contained sugar, butter, cinnamon, lemon juice, and Ritz crackers.
- Prune pudding – This infamous dessert gained popularity when former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt convinced the President to serve it to the White House’s guests. Roosevelt’s White House ate modestly in “an act of culinary solidarity with the people who were suffering,” according to Jane Ziegelman, the co-author of A Square Meal, in an interview with The New York Times.
- Mulligan stew – This is among the many stews that homeless people made during this time. The recipe had many versions as a result of tossing in the pot anything that the maker could find. Some people used scavenged or stolen onions, potatoes, corn, and all sorts of mixed vegetables. Did you know that this stew even occasionally contained a bit of lint and Bull Durham tobacco to flavor the broth?
- Dandelion salad – The dandelion was considered a pesky weed by gardeners, but this plant was a favorite during the Great Depression era. People would add dandelions with other greens found from any neighborhood, seasoning it with pepper, salt and vinegar if available.
- Peanut butter stuffed onions – This recipe combined onions and peanut butter; onions were baked and scoops of peanut butter were filled inside them, one of the most bizarre meals to have been made during the Great Depression.
- Vinegar cobbler – This dessert replaced fruits with vinegar, and added sugar, water, butter, nutmeg, flour, and vanilla on the baking pan. Apple cider vinegar was used to substitute real apples.
- Spaghetti with boiled carrots and white sauce – This is another one of the dishes that Eleanor Roosevelt introduced during the Great Depression. It was spaghetti cooked until mushy and mixed with boiled carrots. The white sauce was made from milk, flour, salt, butter or margarine, and a little bit of pepper. After mixing, pour into a tray and bake to make a casserole.
- Potato pancakes – Potatoes are widely available and are among the most affordable food items. During the Great Depression, people used potatoes to replace different ingredients. One of the commonly cooked dishes was a potato pancake, wherein grated potatoes were fried or cooked in a pan.
- Meatless loaves – Real meatloaves were scarce during the Depression era, which gave way to meatless loaves made using any item that was available, such as raisins and peanuts.
- Milkorno – It is a blend of cornmeal, powdered skim milk, and salt. Upon boiling, all ingredients of Milkorno become a part of a porridge.
Today, these foods are considered some of the most abhorrent concoctions ever made. But back in the days of the great famine, these bizarre food combinations helped put food in people’s stomachs as they struggled to survive the Great Depression.
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