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Resilience

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The Sami people are one of the oldest semi-nomadic indigenous groups in the world. Traditionally herding reindeer in the Arctic regions of Sweden, Norway, …

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I met Dr. T.H. Culhane a couple of years ago at a National Geographic conference. He is on a lifelong mission to help the world’s …

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The plan seems simple doesn’t it? All you need for the best chance of survival for your family is a well-stocked bug out bag, …

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Are you prepared for emergencies, or in the process of preparing? I hope you are, because we live in a fragile society. This fragility …

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Could this be the ultimate man cave and survival cell for backyard gardens everywhere? British garage inventor and video maker Colin Furze managed to get a TV …

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On a planet with an inherently unstable and fragile financial system, where governments around the world are slashing pensions and central banks are inflating …

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Here’s something to think about:  How long will the world continue to work if a disaster (a big pandemic, war, etc.) shuts down global …

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Yesterday at about 15:40 local time, San Diego lost power—along with many other parts of Southern California, Arizona, and Mexico. Our power was out …

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It’s 2025, the long troubled financial markets have finally crashed the overleveraged banking system and the world is experiencing global depression on a massive …

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Owned by the same family for 1,300 years, the Japanese inn Houshi Ryokan is a marvel of tradition and resilience. This ryokan (a traditional …