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The Lost Ways

This complete ebook is the best way to survive if you are ever left without power. Would it not be better to spend just a bit of money in order to gain the ability to survive with you and your family if you are ever left without power for a long time? If a terrorist attack involved an EMP, you would be left without power for days or weeks. You can learn how to get back the lost ways or your forefathers and mothers, and learn how to survive totally without power and get back the survivalist skills that used to be a huge part of how we now survive in a world without power. This book comes to your from survivalist Claude Davis, and the skills that you will learn will save your life and give you the ability to survive as long as you need to in the wild and at home, no matter what the world outside is like. Read more here...

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4.8 stars out of 59 votes

Contents: Ebook
Author: Claude Davis
Price: $37.00

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Highly Recommended

I usually find books written on this category hard to understand and full of jargon. But the writer was capable of presenting advanced techniques in an extremely easy to understand language.

Overall my first impression of this book is good. I think it was sincerely written and looks to be very helpful.

The Lost Ways 2

Our evolution has made us what we are right now. We have amenities for everything. However, what we lack, or rather have lost, are the ways that our ancestors used to survive harsh calamities. They didn't rely on anyone but did everything themselves from harvesting to building houses, and everything in between. Some of the ancient civilizations created innovative ways that even pay off if they are followed. Three of them are the superfoods created out of simple ingredients. These foods contain nutrients that could keep you in vitals for longer than anticipated. They could prove to be your life saviors in times of peril and this is exactly what the book The Lost Ways 2 intend. A sequel to The Lost Ways 1, this book contains much more than just superfood recipes. It has instructions on building charcoal filters, kilns, log houses, medicine making, harvesting, hunting and using parts of your game as raw material to make necessary tools, and much more. Besides this, you can get two bonus reports. One on using 4 acres of land for self-sufficiency and the other one on getting prepared for an imminent EMP attack. Read more here...

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Author: Claude Davis
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Price: $37.00

Homesteading For Preppers

Dan F. Sullivan together with other successful homesteaders created this great guide called autopilot homestead. After years of prepping, he came to the conclusion that the only way to have a solid, steady food and water supply is to Homestead. He is popular for his website,, where writers post regular, high quality articles on a variety of topics ranging from homesteading to prepping. He started to homestead when he was only six years old, so you can see that he has a lot of experience in him which he is willing to share in this great book. This product is digital that comes in e-book and PDFs. It comes with four bonuses. The first bonus is the Autopilot homestead action plan, to assist you put all the practices in the main course to practice. The second bonus is a collection of a dozen PDFs of daily, weekly, and monthly planning sheets for records. The third bonus is called 37 ways to boost your energy, due to the workload of the job, a homesteader needs to be energized. The last bonus is called the amazing house of remedies, to enable you treat the injuries sustained during the job. This guide is for all planning to homestead or those who have started already. You do not require any special skill to be able to homestead, just download this guide and follow the steps. Read more here...

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Author: Dan Sullivan
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Price: $53.00

Fragmented Neighborhood

Gerard O'Neill, writing in his book The High Frontier Human Colonies in Space (William Morrow and Company Inc., New York, 1976), suggests that a homesteading approach to asteroid colonization, similar to that of the great wagon train expansionism across the western United States in the late 1800 s, might take place, the expansion outward being driven by a spirit of adventure and the desire to search for new and ever-richer pastures. This may or may not be a good way to proceed, and there is no specific reason to suppose that the Solar System should be colonized according to what are essentially North American economic ideals. Again, it seems worth reiterating the point that humanity itself will have to change its present consumer approach to life long before it makes any reasonable sense to begin terraforming planets and colonizing the rest of the Solar System. Exporting the currently dominant ethic of short-term economic gain over long-term investment and stewardship, and the...

The Hell Creek Formation

Visitors to Jordan tend to remember the Hell Creek Bar. It has ice cold beer, chicken in a basket, and a long wooden bar at which ranchers, fossil hunters, fishermen, and, on occasion, reporters mingle. Jordan gets more press than you might imagine for a town its size. Part of it is for the dinosaur fossils. It has been a town of note to geologists, paleontologists, and their audience since the days of Barnum Brown at least. The geological past seems to dominate the human story here the way the weather can overwhelm philosophical musings about the planet. The earliest ranches here are only a few generations old. The hold of people on the badlands feels tenuous. The fossil hunters for the great New York and Washington museums, who arrived at about the same time as settlers, struck it rich, so to speak, filling the halls of natural history museums with their discoveries. The ranchers have hit no jackpots.

Diversity Murders

Doubts about the ways scientists treat breeders and about the hardness of the data that scientists use to make claims about breeding practices. She's a hard-headed realist about dogs, and there's not much she wouldn't do to stay true to her commitment to their well-being. She's also one of the few people who can talk to both ranchers and environmentalists about wolf reintroductions in the West. She is active in the Navajo Sheep Project and in solidarity with Din bi' iina'. No friend of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, nonetheless she works with them to expose the conditions of the factory-farming meat industry.

Nile Monitor Lizards

Many exotic arrivals to Florida do not appear in the public conscientiousness. For example, the mainstream public is typically unaware that the number of non-native lizard species breeding in Florida now exceeds the number of native species, with over three times as many exotic species as native in south Florida (Hardin 2007), and many of the exotic lizard species can eat various life stages of other lizards (Meshaka et al. 2004). Nonetheless, problems with several large lizard species recently have received public media attention, a factor sometimes serving to catalyze action. Notable among these are problems from a very large (up to 2.3 m), visible lizard, the Nile monitor (Varanus niloticus), which over the last 15+ years has become firmly established in the Cape Coral area (Enge et al. 2004), and also now appears established in the Homestead area (USDA Wildlife Services unpublished data). Nile monitors have been commonly sold in the U.S. pet trade (Bayless 1991 Faust 2001),...

Overview Of Overkill

Known to his friends as Hibby, he prepared a surprise for me when I gave my first extinction talk to the Museum and Department of Zoology at the University of Michigan soon after earning my Ph.D. Hibby believed that the fossil giant tortoises of Kansas, where he excavated spring deposits, could not have survived freezing temperatures in winter because their living representatives, Galapagos tortoises, died when exposed to cold weather. After I finished my review of the large animal extinctions, having showed how on a world scale they corresponded with human arrivals, and called for the lights, Hibby whispered to the projectionist to hold the lights while he slipped in a slide of his own. Up on the screen went a cartoon of a glacial winter in Kansas, complete with a giant tortoise decked out in a scarf, earmuffs, down jacket, and snow-shoes. The audience roared. Hibby won that round. Nevertheless, we cannot be certain that giant tortoises in North America did not have the physiological...

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