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Survival Myths: The Top 12 Survival Myths That Will Get You Kille...
by Ronald Williams

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English

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Publication Date

April 22, 2017

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I’m writing this book for one very simple reason: I want to present you with twelve very specific survival myths that could severely hinder your ability to survive, if not kill you outright, and teach you how you can avoid them.<br /><br />Every year, thousands of people find themselves in unexpected outdoor survival situations. Several of those people tragically do not make it out alive, and the reason why is because they because they made seemingly insignificant mistakes that ended up costing them their lives.<br /><br />These mistakes spawned from their belief that they knew true survival skills, but in reality, they only knew false survival skills… A.K.A, survival myths.<br /><br />This book will dispel twelve of the biggest survival myths of all time so you will not make the same critical mistakes should you ever find yourself in a life-or-death survival situation. <br /><br />The specific myths we are going to cover in this book include the following:<br /><br />•A Shelter Means Four Walls and a Roof <br />•You Can Suck Poison Out Of A Snakebite <br />•Drinking Your Urine Will Keep You Hydrated<br />•Eating Snow Will Keep You Hydrated<br />•Food Should Be Your Top Priority <br />•Moss Only Grows On The North Side Of A Tree<br />•Rub Two Sticks Together To Create Fire<br />•You Can Run Away From A Bear<br />•You Can Drink Water From Cactus<br />•Boiling Water Always Makes It Safe To Drink<br />•You Need Water Right Now To Survive In The Desert<br />•You Don’t Need To Bring Survival Gear With You On A Short Hike <br /><br />By the end of this book, you will not only know why each of these myths are actual myths, you will know solutions that will enable you to evade each of them as well. <br />
Backpacking with Peewiglet: A solo backpacker's adventures in the...
by Shirley Worrall

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English

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Publication Date

April 22, 2017

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If you're an ordinary weekend walker who has ever dreamed of setting up a tent and spending the night in the wild, rather than trailing regretfully back down the hill to luxuriate in a bed, then this book might strike a chord with you. You might also enjoy it if you've already been there. In 2004 Shirley Worrall decided to spend her precious summer holiday carrying a tent along the Pennine Way, and over the course of the next few years she went on to complete Wainwright's famous Coast to Coast route, several trips across Scotland as part of the TGO Challenge and an epic journey from one end of Corsica to the other on the GR20 long distance trail. Read on if you'd like to learn how to contend with haunted bothies, knots of malignant bullocks and recurrent navigational disasters, as well as exciting times spent walking alone, and with friends, in some of the most breathtakingly beautiful parts of the UK and abroad.
Overlooked Survival Items Part II: 20 More Underrated and Overloo...
by Greg Thornton

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English

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38

Publication Date

April 20, 2017

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20 Overlooked Survival Items!<br /><br />This book is a sequel to another book I wrote called “Overlooked Survival Items.”<br /><br />In that book, I outlined twenty different everyday household items and talked about how those items could be repurposed into a variety of different survival and disaster preparedness uses.<br /><br />In this book, I’m going to do the exact same thing, only with twenty more different items that I didn’t cover before!<br /><br />The specific items that we will discuss in this book include the following:<br /><br />Belt<br />Calendar<br />Cat Litter<br />Coffee Filters<br />Drinking Straws<br />Egg Cartons<br />Frisbee<br />Games<br />Garden Hose<br />Glass Bottles<br />Glow Sticks<br />Grocery Bags<br />Hatchet<br />Q-Tips<br />Safety Pins<br />Sewing Kit<br />Shoelaces<br />Shower Curtain<br />Slingshot<br />Soda Cans<br /><br />As you scan through this list, you will notice how each of these items are things you probably have in your home already. Soon, you’ll find out how each of them will make your survival efforts easier regardless of what catastrophe comes your way.<br /><br />DOWNLOAD YOURS NOW!
Shorts and Thoughts
by Dn Ra

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English

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Publication Date

April 24, 2017

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Imagination and fiction interacts with reality combined with emotions, feelings and romance with animate and inanimate objects generating higher level of abstract perspective into the deep psyche of conscious and subconscious parts of the brain. These shorts combined with thoughts are meant to open up a window for the reader to imagine and see the human world and the natural earth made up all the elements whether definable or undefinable as a whole. Enjoy.
Underground Shelter For Survival: The Definitive Beginner's Guide...
by Ronald Williams

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English

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Publication Date

April 24, 2017

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Seek Shelter. These two words resonate with many and, in some ways, have become the basis of why we do what we do. Though much of our preparedness plans seek to shelter us in a less literal way the basis of the phrase still holds true.<br /><br />We shelter ourselves from starvation and dehydration with food storage and water catchment. We shelter ourselves from violence with things like guns and martial arts. We shelter ourselves from ignorance by consuming truthful and forward thinking news.<br />What about truly sheltering ourselves inside an underground shelter for survival? <br /><br />For those who live in tornado alley an underground shelter is a necessity. If you have an F5 tornado bearing down on you its imperative that you have a place underground to stay safe. Otherwise you will be beat to death by debris or crushed under the falling structure. <br /><br />Let’s consider today’s volatile world for a moment. What place does an underground shelter have in your own personal preps? You see, there are many ways that a shelter can be used. It doesn’t have to be a tomb that your family climbs into and stays in for 6 months while the world falls apart above. No. The underground shelter can be utilized in many circumstance. We all have terrible thoughts about even short term martial law. Imagine escaping for a week to your underground shelter and avoiding the jackboot of the federal government. <br /><br />In this book, we are going to discuss owning an underground shelter of your own. We will take the process from choosing a location all the way to outfitting and maintaining that shelter. There will be some tough decisions to make in between but you will find that choosing materials and laying out the internals of your shelter can be rewarding. <br /><br />The specific subjects that we are going to cover include the following:<br /><br />1. Choosing Location<br />2. Choosing Materials<br />3. DIY or Outsource?<br />4. Layout<br />5. Amenities and Resources<br />6. Stocking the Shelter<br />7. Developing Your Process<br />8. Maintaining the Shelter <br /><br />Another great question for bunker building is the idea of DIY or outsourcing the installation. There are many benefits to both and we will spend an entire chapter on just this topic. <br /><br />The underground shelter offers you another option in times of disaster. Whether we are facing a passing fit of civil unrest or even a bombardment from another nation in times of war the underground shelter can serve you as a short-term solution as well. <br />
Earthquake recovery can be possible to speed up: Documentary stor...
by Kunio Harada

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Japanese

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Publication Date

April 24, 2017

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その時、石原は千葉市内の駐車場に車を停めて降りた瞬間だった。傍の電柱がグラグラ<br />と今にも倒れそうに大きく揺れた。あっという間に駐車場のコンクリートに5センチくら<br />いのひび割れが数メートルにわたってできた。ほぼ同時に携帯電話がなった。「じーじ、<br />黒い水が噴出しているよ。ああ家が傾いた!」。孫の太郎からだった。切れた後は二度と<br />繋がらなかった。不気味な静寂が暫く続いて、はっとわれに返った。<br /><br />著者プロフィール<br />原田 邦雄(はらだ くにお)<br />1942 年 広島県府中市上下町に生まれる<br />1965 年 私立修道高等学校卒業<br />1965 年 広島大学工学部土木工学科卒業<br />1965 年 不動建設株式会社入社<br />1994 年 取締役就任<br />1999 年 常務取締役就任<br />2005 年 同社退社<br />2005 年 NPO 法人観光立県支援フォーラム設立、専務理事就任<br />千葉大学及び千葉商工会議所と連携して、<br />・千葉観光文化検定試験実施<br />・千葉観光人材育成講座・サービス産業人材育成講座等を開設・実施、<br />・千葉ブランド銘菓「千葉集・葉重」を開発し、<br />老舗菓子店米屋等4社で販売など、千葉県の観光産業発展に貢献<br />2011 年 同法人退社<br />2012 年 株式会社五光五楽代表取締役就任<br />株式会社テクノシステム技術顧問 現在に至る
Naturwunder 57: Photo collection (German Edition)
by Horst Ferres

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German

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Publication Date

April 23, 2017

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Naturwunder 57<br /><br />Photo collection
bhfianaise mhothuchanach na Seapaine vol2 (Japanese Edition)
by emotion view

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Japanese

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Publication Date

April 24, 2017

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Leabhar a bhailíonn an tírdhreach atá ar athraíodh a ionad ag croí, is féidir a fheiceáil in áiteanna éagsúla ar an tSeapáin.<br />Ní amháin scríbe turasóireachta cáiliúil ach freisin radharcra áitiúil sa phost freisin.<br />Beidh turasóireacht Seapáine spraoi níos mó agus níos mó.
Emosjonell utsikt over Japan vol2 (Japanese Edition)
by emotion view

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Japanese

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Publication Date

April 24, 2017

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En bok som samler naturen som er flyttet av hjertet, som kan sees i ulike deler av Japan.<br />Ikke bare kjente turistmål, men også lokale naturen er også lagt ut.<br />Japansk turisme vil bli mer og mer moro.
Naturwunder 55: Photo collection (German Edition)
by Horst Ferres

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German

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Publication Date

April 23, 2017

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Naturwunder 55<br /><br />Photo collection

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