Situational awareness is a key element of survival and today, situational awareness must be global. Today we present news to know from the past week (or so) with a dab of commentary: Security Threat News: An electromagnetic pulse attack — the ‘other’ Iranian nuclear threat: EMP is a game changer…a...
Situational awareness is a key element of survival and today, situational awareness must be global. Today we present news to know from the past week with a dab of commentary: News that could be ripped from the pages of an Ian Fleming Novel: China unveils first aircraft carrier to enter service: That...
A few stories involving Nature’s Fury currently in the news…Earthquakes & Droughts & Hurricanes & Typhoons, oh my! Earthquake Swarm “A swarm” of several hundred earthquakes, the strongest measuring a 5.5 magnitude, were centered east of San Diego near California’s...
Ever wonder what perils and threats keeps senior defense officials up at night? Well you don’t have to guess anymore what keeps the Department of Defense’ Assistant Secretary for Homeland Defense and Americas’ Security Affairs (how does that title even fit on a business card?), Paul...
Posted by Andrew J. Jackson
on Jul 29, 2012 in Asia
, Economic Collapse
, Government Gone Wild
, Heat Wave or Drought
, International Concerns and News
, Middle East
, Nature's Fury
, North America
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Note from Andrew: The complete Why Prep Series has now been consolidated HERE. Last week in Why Prep, the Introduction we briefly discussed the fragility of the status quo and clarified that preparedness is not about getting ready for the ‘end of the world’… it’s about building the skills, resources and...
In the past 30 days earthquakes (with a magnitude of 1.0 or greater) have been detected with their epicenters in the following 22 states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas,...
via Map Shows Earthquake Activity Since 1898 | Video | TheBlaze.com.