Three firefighters are injured, two people are in custody and the driver of a semi truck is dead after a three-part-crash Sunday morning.
What do you know about moss? It’s green and grows on trees, rocks and the ground, right? Sometimes it grows on the sides of a building, giving it that picture-pretty appearance. But is it good for anything? Well of course … Read More »
Dr. Alton (of DoomAndBloom.net) uses some good old fashioned logic sprinkled with some doctor know-how as to why fish antibiotics are–in most cases–no different than human antibiotics. Near the end he also points out that regulations may be coming soon… … Read More »
Firefighters are making progress containing a massive wildfire burning near Lake Berryessa in Napa, Yolo and Solano counties.
There are so many skills a prepper must have when SHTF that we could write daily something on this topic. And although all skills are important, some will make the difference between life and death. So today we gathered some … Read More »
Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. Imagine a gathering of 10,000 preppers at a convention somewhere in the heart of Las Vegas and at that convention every single prepper had brought their own fully stocked bug out bag. … Read More »
Dan Kerrigna writes, From the engine company perspective, failure to consider adjusting tactics in response to VEIS operations can potentially increase the risk to the very people you are trying to protect.
Tires are almost ubiquitous in our daily lives, as they look pretty much the same regardless of the type or make of your vehicle and they’re basically everywhere. Just imagine, there are hundreds of millions of tires built in the … Read More »
Brian Zaitz offers this new drill on air bags which, while not routinely used for extrication, are a critical tool in the extrication cache.
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a power generation method that does not rely on batteries to produce stable current and store excess electricity. Sadly, the vast majority of batteries on the market will not last very long, let … Read More »