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Save Us Chuck

Any student of modern American culture knows the awesomeness that is Chuck…no, not that Chuck, I’m talking about Chuck Woolery the retired game show host and patriot.  Chuck has put out a number of videos that are must see internet T.V.  His videos are insightful, funny, a little corny… some times all three at once.  Some are on topics of enormous importance to our freedoms and financial security…some are commentaries on modern society.  Check out Save Us Chuck Woolery and what Chuck has to say on topics as diverse as: Chuck Woolery on Assault Weapons Chuck Woolery on the Unemployment Crisis Chuck Woolery on the Social Security System Chuck Woolery Interviews: Rep Phil Gingrey Ambassador John Bolton Chuck Woolery on The Cracker Code Chuck Woolery on Michael Moore Chuck Woolery on Democracy Chuck Woolery on Zombie Apocalypse Chuck Woolery on the Mexican Fence Chuck Woolery on Class Warfare Chuck Woolery on Occupy Wall Street Chuck Woolery on Crazy Budget Cuts Chuck Woolery on Budget Cuts (the uncrazy kind?) Chuck Woolery on Foreign Oil Chuck Woolery on Taxing the Amish Chuck Woolery on Taxing the Rich Check out the rest of his website Save Us Chuck Woolery or his radio program as well.  Who knew Woolery was so funny, so smart and so hip? FacebookPinterestGoogleRedditTwitterTumblrEmailPrintPocketMoreLinkedInLike this:Like...

Yellowstone Supervolcano Video

CNN recently ran a great video article on the  Yellowstone Supervolcano.  Watch the (under 7 minute) article if you have time but here are the highlights: The Yellowstone area often experiences hundreds of earthquakes per day and thousands per year The Yellowstone Caldera (crater) covers an area of 3,000 square kilometers.  It’s so large that it doesn’t appear at all similar to the volcanic craters we keep in our mind’s eye The most recent Yellowstone eruption expelled an estimated 650 cubic Kilometers of molten material.  That eruption was estimated to be 10,000 times more damaging than the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption that I remember that eruption dropping ash on our neighborhood half a continent away.  Incidentally, that Mount St. Helens eruption also leveled everything within a 4,000 square kilometer area. The eruption of Tambora in 1815 expelled an estimated 57 Cubic KM and resulted in what’s known as the Year Without Summer due to the record low temperatures.  Compare this with the estimated 965 cubic kilometers of magma the biggest Yellowstone eruption is believed to have expelled. There are five additional supervolcanos in world (on land) including two others in the U.S. Aira, Japan Lake Taupo, New Zealand Lake Toba, Indonesia Long Valley, CA Valles Caldera in NM “Yellowstone has been getting hotter and hotter the last few years” Yellowstone’s last eruption was about 70,000 years ago and was not a a supervolcanic eruption. Even in its current state the Yellowstone Supervolcano is powerful.  Powerful enough heat to power a city of 2 million people if the geological heat could be harnessed The Yellowstone Caldera began ‘breathing’ in 2004.  The ground rose 25cm until beginning to receding in 2010…kinda creepy! Andrew’s Note:  If one of your concerns is rapid climate change then it doesn’t get much worse than a supervolcano eruption.  Any trigger event that can block out enough...

First Aid Kit for the Prepared Home

A subscriber asked for my help putting together a first aid kit for her home. First Aid isn’t my forte but we haven’t identified our First Aid, Medical and Trauma Columnist for Prepography yet so this video will have to tide you over.  I have had military first aid training at the self and buddy-aid level and that’s the background I used to develop my family’s First Aid Kit.  So, here’s a look at the Jackson family’s First Aid Kit…it should give you some ideas towards starting your own.  The video can also be viewed directly here. For close up views of some of the first aid items I’ve stocked my kit with you can check out the Personal Health Section of the Prepography Amazon Store. FacebookPinterestGoogleRedditTwitterTumblrEmailPrintPocketMoreLinkedInLike this:Like...

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