Host: Doug Carlston “The Surreal News”
Imagine you own a small business, and after a grueling week, you close up for the night on Friday evening. Heading for the bank with your hard earned business receipts for the week in the amount of $10,000. Just a few blocks from work, your day get’s much worse, and red and blue flashing lights are in your mirror. Instead of a ticket however, your life spirals into a black hole, as your money is legally stolen from you!!! Join GoatHollow for a special edition of the Surreal news “Highway Robbery” this week for an in depth report on the explosion of civil asset forfeitures in the US!!! Read More→
Aquaponics vs Wicking beds
Host: Sam Coffman “The Herbal Medic”
Join Sam Coffman in this podcast as he talks about the differences between growing your own food (and medicine) using aquaponics systems vs. growing it in the dirt in a wicking bed setup. Many people have or want to jump on the aquaponics bandwagon. Aquaponics can be very useful in a number of ways and is a great way to emulate a couple of main components of a full ecosystem garden. Read More→
As posted on APN
With the shorter days, freezing conditions, wet weather and wind your chances of hypothermia increase. Here are a few tips to keeping warm in the winter. Read More→
Now Is The Time To Prepare
Host: Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live”
The Director of the CDC, Tom Frieden, said that Ebola’s spreading to the United States is “inevitable“. When the Center for Disease Control sends the word out to hospitals that, “Now is the time to prepare,” providing a checklist to hospitals urging them to prepare for Ebola, it’s a pretty good bet you need to prepare too. The question is, how to prepare for Ebola, especially when there is no cure. Read More→
Using fresh fish to boost your health!
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty”
There are statistics from the island of Crete that speak of men working into their 90’s! This is fascinating and due in large part to their great diet of locally sourced fishes, red wine, garlic and olive oil. Fish is a powerhouse at a relatively low cost in terms of cholesterol and saturated fats. Not to mention in a survival situation there really is no comparable food that will give you the protein for as minimal an amount of work.
Still, why wait till the world tilts on its access to enjoy great tasting fish. I was Read More→
Host: Jacqueline Druga “Apocalypse Nana”
The days of Zombies are behind us, or are they? Wait? What? Zombie days? I’m going to use a double a tundra here with Zombie Days. We had them, days of zombie attacks, but we as a society were put into a zombie daze. I firmly believe one hundred percent that zombies are real. But not in the sense that the movies depict. Read More→
The Faraday Cage on The Surreal News
Host Doug Carlston “The Surreal News”
Is an EMP coming? What if an EMP, or solar storm happened? Would your electronic equipment be safe? These events can destroy electronic equipment, or even wipe out the electrical grid for an extended time. Preppers have long known that the only way to protect your critical electronic preps is to use what’s called a “Faraday cage” or box.
Invented in 1836 by Michael Faraday, these devices can protect your equipment from harmful electromagnetic fields, but how are Read More→
Survival, The Top Five Every American Should Do
From: Dennis “Bones” Evers Re-posted with permission from APN
Unfortunately, the majority of Americans aren’t much better when it comes to being prepared for emergencies. However, recent disasters have proven that the sheer magnitude of an Read More→
Alzheimer’s, Wildfires, Ebola also Rabbits and Cubed Poo! Today’s featured shows.
In the latest episode of Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy’s Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton discuss the President’s response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, the wildfires in California and how to keep your family safe, and a surprising possible cause of Alzheimer’s Disease (hint: It’s in your mouth). Read More→
Herbal Burn Care
Why You Need to Know How to Treat Burns
Host: Cat Ellis “The Herbal Prepper Live”
If you are preparing to function as the health/medical person in your family or mutual support group, caring for burns must be part of your training. Burns are wounds. And while first degree burns (usually sunburns) can be miserable, second degree and third degree burns are serious wounds that require skilled attention ASAP. What do you do if skilled care is days away, or worse… not coming at all? Read More→