Pay before you burn it!

So Denmark are in the lead with a tax on firewood for consumers. How quick will other countries tag along for a revenue on energy sources?

Being prepared as a “prepper” is not just about having equipment and food stock but also having the means of water and energy supply. Many look towards solar solutions but also owning your own small wood can be good investment.

Full article here.

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Military Weather Control – What are the long term effects?

With military forces manipulating the weather to their stratetic advantage, what are the lasting effects after the job has been done? Will the weather revert to what it was at the point of manipulation?

Will the long terms effects be repairable or will the changes cause more destruction than the military conflicts for which the weather was altered?

Full article here.

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18 Low-Cost Ways to Start Prepping

People are waking up everywhere – and the group of preppers ever expanding

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When the need to prepare for an uncertain future becomes a pressing reality for the new prepper, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. There are so many things to buy and to do that it becomes almost paralyzing. “Where to start?” becomes the question at the forefront of their minds.

Frustrated and anxious, many preppers assume that it’s going to cost a ton of money to get started.

While it’s true, prepping will require an investment of both time and money, you can begin to make yourself more prepared by focusing on the time aspect first.

Here are 18 things you can do to begin prepping for very little, if any, cost.

  1. Make a Plan. The first and perhaps most critical step in becoming more prepared is to make a plan. Consider what you have and what you need. Then figure out a way to get from here to there. Prioritize…

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Bacon Barter

Here is an interesting article coverng another example of the use of bartering instead of monetary transactions.

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The Bacon Barter is a great example of bartering!! A guy is driving from New York to California with no cash or cards. He has to barter anything he needs with bacon. He has a trailer full of bacon. 

As far as we can tell, this is being done for a couple of reasons. First off, its for advertising. This has got alot of attention. Almost 4,000 followers on Twitter, and the Facebook page is the Oscar Mayer page that has over 736,000 likes. We are sure that the Bacon Barter has helped that number also. The other reason was listed on the Bacon Barter website. It is to see how much Americans love bacon. 

The guy has made it to California. So it sounds like a success! It did prove how much Americans love bacon. He Bartered a total of 2,168 bricks of bacon. He has 250 bricks left…

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Preppers – A media myth explained

People have been preparing themselves and their families for potentially hard times as far back as history goes. One obstacle which has followed these “preppers” through time, as well as the catastrophes they prepared for, is the ridicule, hate and witch-finder methods used to disconnect them from the majority.

You do not have to join any group or undergo strange rituals to be a prepper. You will also not be judged by other preppers on what you have or know – in fact, on the contrary if you wish to connect to others preppers you will find a host of warm and friendly offline and online communities.

Full article here.

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