Tag: Physical sciences

SHTF Water Storage Solutions

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. We take water for granted every day. It’s impossible not to. Whenever you need it’s there. It’s available in any quantity you need for any use and water is inexpensive. Because of that relationship that we have with water […]

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University Project – Water filter/purifier questionnaire

Hi there, I am designing a new water filtration system for my current uni project. If you use a water filter/purifier when outdoors, I would be extremely grateful if you could please spare a minute or two in filling out my questionnaire; there's only 8 questions! The link is below. Thanks so much 🙂 https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7LMNWBN […]

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My first friction fire!

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Sourcing and Santizing Water on the Run

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. There are so many variables in the survival world. This is why we so enjoy it. When it feels like we have a good set of skills and equipment to deal with a number of situations that could come […]

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Guide to Making Activated Charcoal

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Anyone living off the grid or preparing for a major disaster should learn about activated charcoal. Why? Because it could literally save your life. Emergency rooms all over the world regularly use activated charcoal to treat certain types of […]

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Stainless steel vs titanium water bottle

Other than the price vs weight are there any other pros and cons for the two materials. Also does anyone have any recommendations for their favorite liter or 1.5 liter water bottle. I am relatively new here so I am not sure if this has been discussed 27 times before. Thanks for any knowledge that […]

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How do you filter water?

Getting dirt out making it drinkable Etc submitted by /u/riverofb [link] [comments]

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Water Purification or Santization do you Know the Difference

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Water security and water storage are vitally important to any version of preparedness plans. There is no getting around the fact that we need to have an answer for water in a disaster. Every year we see a city […]

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Feather Sticks have got to be my most used method of lighting a fire in winter whether used with Flint n Steel, Ferro rods, Friction fire or even a match or lighter. They are definitely my go to technique to ensure success. What about you ? Do you use the feather stick method as much as me ?

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Iron Age

Generally in survival people like to use primitive technology to try to survive in the wilderness for extended periods of time. My question is how primitive does this technology have to be? Have anybody tried surviving very long term (like weeks) and tried to make tools out of a stronger material than stone, made a […]

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