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

‘Little Doubt’ North Korea Is Prepping For First-Strike Nuclear War, Expert Says

Written by: Off The Grid News Staff SEOUL — An expert on Asian politics says he has “little doubt” that North Korea is preparing for a first-strike nuclear attack against America and its allies in light of recent activity within the Communist country. “North Korea’s military exercises leave little doubt that Pyongyang plans to use … Continue reading ‘Little Doubt’ North Korea Is Prepping For First-Strike Nuclear War, Expert Says

A Shariah-Approved Nuclear Attack

A Shariah-Approved Nuclear Attack An EMP would accomplish ‘death to America' By James Woolsey and Peter Pry - - Tuesday, August 18, 2015 ANALYSIS/OPINION: Congress must stop President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. The most important reason — Iran can threaten the existence of the United States by making an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack using … Continue reading A Shariah-Approved Nuclear Attack

65 Pieces of Survival Wisdom From the Great Depression

By: The Survival Mom It was the best of times, it was the very worst of times. America’s Great Depression of the 1930s was a time of starvation and subsistence survival for many families. Decades later, many survivors of those years hold on to the survival lessons they learned, from hoarding pieces of aluminum foil … Continue reading 65 Pieces of Survival Wisdom From the Great Depression

Top 10 Practices To Keep Your Homestead Secure

10. Keep It Neat & Tidy Break down and/or burn major purchase boxes such as a new plasma TV; it is just advertising what you have to offer a burglar.  Keep the landscaping neat and tidy so that you can see the approach of strangers as they come up your drive or go around to … Continue reading Top 10 Practices To Keep Your Homestead Secure

Grow Cotton In Your Garden

by Cindy Conner This year I am on a mission to encourage gardeners to grow textile fibers and take them all the way to clothes to wear. The last post was devoted to flax for linen and this one is about cotton. Not everyone lives in a climate where cotton thrives, but even if it … Continue reading Grow Cotton In Your Garden

7 Things Our Ancestors Stockpiled To Survive Winter

Written by: Rich M Life was hard for our ancestors — much harder than it is for us today. Most of them didn’t have running water and electricity to make their lives easier. These modern conveniences have changed our way of life, to the point where we often forget what people had to do throughout … Continue reading 7 Things Our Ancestors Stockpiled To Survive Winter

The 5 Best Ways To Get Well Water Without Electricity

This article is the mother-load of all mother-loads!  Water people!  Lots of water without electricity!  I LOVE this!!! Written by: Tricia Drevets Water is the key to survival. At least 60 percent of the adult human body is made of water, and we can live no more than three days without it. Since most modern … Continue reading The 5 Best Ways To Get Well Water Without Electricity

8 World War II Survival Lessons We Must Never Forget

[repost source: http://www-offthegridnews-com/extreme-survival/8-world-war-ii-survival-lessons-we-must-never-forget/%5D Our ancestors simply were better equipped for survival than the people of our generation. Just look at it this way: Could you imagine your neighbors heading out cross-country in a covered wagon to settle “out west” somewhere? For most of us, the answer to that question would be a resounding “No,” probably … Continue reading 8 World War II Survival Lessons We Must Never Forget

They Feed Cows, What?

Big ag feeds cows chicken poop!  Yes, that's right, chicken poop. Okay, that's creepy!   Want to produce your own food?    We'll show you how!   Donate to our “How to Provide FOOD for Your Family TV Show Kickstarter Project” now!   Just $5 will help so much!   We are raising funds to … Continue reading They Feed Cows, What?