This 22-Year-Old Nomad Has Traveled the US For 3 Years in a Repurposed Ambulance
Toby Carleton has spent the last three years embracing the lifestyle of a nomad while traveling across the country with basic necessities and living in a repurposed ambulance.
The Survival Gun: What’s Best for Your Apocalypse Arsenal?
Legendary survivalist Mel Tappan explains how to select a survival gun on which you may have to rely for food and protection over a long period of time.
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Lightning: Reducing the Dangers of Deadly Strikes in the Back Country
Reducing the risk of being struck by lightning can be the difference between walking away from a storm unscathed and becoming a statistic
The Foldable, Portable Oru Kayak Gets You On the Water Quickly
Transportation comes in many forms, but if you're escaping a disaster, an emergency, or a bad situation, you must have a variety of ways to do so. The Oru kayak...
Les Stroud: Is Drinking Urine For Survival Actually Beneficial?
A relatively controversial debate revolves around whether or not drinking urine can aide in survival situations, so we called in Les Stroud to end the argument.
PrepperCon 2018 with Survivor’s Edge and RealWorldSurvivor.com
An exciting day of new products and interesting people met us in Salt Lake City, Utah, for PrepperCon 2018, one of the year's best shows for survival and emergency preparation
5 Ways to Protect Yourself from Waterborne Parasites This Summer
From illness-inducing, relatively common organisms like Cryptosporidium and Giardia, to horrific “brain-eating” parasites, waterborne parasites are very real dangers that can be encountered in ponds and lakes scattered across the...
5 Critical Knife Skills For Survival with Dave Canterbury
There are a wide variety of practical knife skills—from self defense to tool making to fire starting and shelter creation—and there are a myriad ways to handle the knife for...
The Doomsday Clock and the Threat of Nuclear War
The Atomic Age started in late 1945, and a group of 11 researchers in the Metallurgical Laboratory of the University of Chicago met to address the moral and social responsibilities...