Survivor's Edge Summer 2018
Nuke Map: How Would Different Nuclear Explosions Affect the US?
We turned to a digital nuke map to see what different-sized nuclear explosions would look like in New York City, Houston and Washington DC.
Escaping a wildfire the Next Time It Roars into Your Neck of the Woods
Among natural disasters, little can match a wildfire for ferocity, speed, total havoc and sheer terror factor. Wildfires pushed by high winds will race forward faster than you can run.
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Reality Check: Can We Become an EMP-Proof Nation?
Despite the massive developments of electricity and all that it can do in our modern civilization, the power grids in most major cities, as well as the connections across the...
EMP Strike Preparation: A Guide to Surviving the Dark Ages
EMPs don’t harm the human body. You won’t even know an EMP has occurred until you try to turn on a light, start a car, or make a phone call....
The New Pioneer Spring 2018
The After Burn: How Two Families Survived the Butte Fire of 2015
The Butte Fire burned 76,868 acres of Sierra Nevada forest in September 2015, leaving 475 homes destroyed, and two people dead in three day’s time.
VIDEO: How to Self-Rescue if You’ve Fallen Through the Ice
Falling through the ice of a frozen lake or pond can be terrifying, but there are a few easy steps you can do to stay alive.
Survivor's Edge Winter 2018
Trapped: 10 Ways to Keep Your Car from Becoming Your Frozen Tomb
Being trapped in your frozen car during a blizzard is a tragic way to die, so make sure you are prepared to fight the odds against a cruel Mother Nature
Survivor’s Edge Spring 2018
Top 10 Epidemics That Remain a Threat to the World Today
Ranging from seasonal flu, to the world-wide spread of HIV Aids, outbreaks of epidemics are commonplace throughout the world
Second Nor’easter Buries the East Coast, More on the Way
Winter Storm Quinn brought snow and Nor'easter conditions to the East Coast, which was still recovering from last week's Nor’easter.