September is Almost Over and No Apocalypse So Far

All my friends in the know kept telling me that the world would end in September of this year. We’re 22 days in and it hasn’t happened yet, but it is still a possibility. Even so, if it’s an economic collapse, it could start in September with the full ramifications not felt for a while.

In the meantime, let’s talk about some other stuff, like how we can prepare for adverse conditions, no matter what causes them or when they occur.

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Cabins, the New American Dream. I found this article interesting. We all love cabins for their usefulness and simplicity in rugged environments, but apparently the hipsters are now seeing them as the new American Dream. Imagine that. Cabins are cool again.

How to Prepare Canned Tomatoes– I always recommend Dummies Guides as the go to source for learning about pretty much anything. They also have a pretty robust website that has a lot of info also. Click on that other link to check out the article on their site. If you want a paper copy for when the grid goes down, click here for the Canning and Preserving for Dummies hard copy.

Five Questions to Ask When Choosing Solar Panels– This article comes from Builder magazine and is meant for non-apocalypse situations, although the questions do apply. I almost laughed when I got to the one about aesthetics. I know that in the apocalypse many of you will simply revert to trailer trash looking homes with fewer people and no HOAs to bother you. But here’s the thing, think tactically above all. Many of you will be creating tactical and sanitation nightmares with junked cars, old appliances, and piles of garbage in your perimeter.

This week’s question…how would you label your prepper philosophy? Here’s a few choices, but feel free to add your own. Homesteader, Rugged and Self-Sufficient, Tactical/Military, Tinfoil Hat, etc.

This message was written by Dr. David Powers and his team of preppers, scientists, and reliable conspiracy theory wackos. You can always find me at www.drdavidpowers.com. Thanks for reading!

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