If We Want “Unity”… Government Must Become Weaker

Is everyone reading the ZeroHedge?  In my humble opinion, there are three important risks to be aware of: EMP, Cyber Attack and Financial Collapse.  Look to multiple sources of information, connect the dots, and use lots and lots and lots of discernment, and look to your core values.... Focus on the Bill of Rights.  Understand …

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Grid-Free Climate Control: 3 Innovative Ways To Keep Your Home’s Temperature Comfortable

Written by: Kevin Danielsen Spring is perhaps the best time of the year to experiment with super-efficient heating and cooling systems, since the temperature can flip from chilly one day to warm the next. However, another reason why spring may be a good time to get those systems up and running is because temperature swings …

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All About Geothermal Heating Systems and How They Save Energy

Learn how geothermal systems work to deliver earth’s ground-heat indoors and how they can serve as alternative cooling systems. By Donal Blaise Lloyd With the outlook of the future environment in mind, our biggest priority is 100 percent energy efficiency or more. Geo Power (PixyJack Press, 2015), by Donal Blaise Lloyd, guides you through the …

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Simple, Low-Budget, Off-Grid, Gravity-Fed Water System

By Alyssa Craft Since moving to our off grid property just over a year ago, we've had plenty of adventures learning how to become more sustainable and self sufficient. One of the big challenges that we've had to work through has been setting up a long-term, off grid water system. After looking into lots of …

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Electromagnetic pulse attack on Hawaii would devastate the state

By Malia Zimmerman Published May 12, 2017 On July 9, 1962, Hawaii was hit by a massive electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack, which within minutes took down the state’s communications systems and traffic lights —  virtually everything that ran on electricity.  The EMP wasn’t an attack by a foreign government; rather the U.S. government had set off …

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The Key to Successful Wood Burning

The key to successful wood burning Whether you burn wood in a fireplace, stove or furnace, good quality firewood is the key to convenience, efficiency and safety. Wet wood and pieces that are not the right size and shape for your wood burner can be frustrating, burn inefficiently and deposit creosote that can fuel a …

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U.S. Has Plans To Evacuate 230,000 Citizens; North Korea Detains American, Threatens To Sink Ship

Written by: Daniel Jennings War talk between the United States and North Korea continued to escalate in recent days as a U.S. aircraft carrier headed to the Korean peninsula. “Our revolutionary forces are combat-ready to sink a U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a single strike,” an editorial in the Rodong Simnun threatened. It is the …

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Tensions Mount: Japan Deploys Largest Warship Since WW2; French Sending Ship; What Will N. Korea Do?

Written by: Daniel Jennings May 2, 2017 Japan is sending it largest warship to join in possible action against North Korea in what is being called the nation’s most significant military move since World War II. The helicopter carrier Izumo will escort supply ships supporting the U.S. Navy’s Carrier Strike Group One, which has been …

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Hawaii preparation for North Korea nuke attack far from complete

Hawaii preparation for North Korea nuke attack far from complete | Fox News http://global.fncstatic.com/static/v/all/js/html5shiv.js By Malia Zimmerman  Published May 02, 2017 Kailua, a beach community on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, has everything that residents and visitors could want from a tropical paradise: exquisite beaches, crystal clear water and modern amenities. No wonder it now …

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North Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure

North Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure | Reuters By Jack Kim and Ju-min Park | SEOUL SEOUL North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile on Saturday shortly after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned that failure to curb Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programs could lead to "catastrophic consequences". U.S. and …

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