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Help on surviving skills

Help on surviving skills
March 01, 2010, 05:53:54 PM
hi people from anus.com just a small request
I dont know if you have heard but here in Chile we had an earthquake.
After a day without water, electricity or supplies i have realiced i dont know too much about surviving.
i think this maybe a good place to ask  for resources on how to survive on this kind of situation ( few water, not all "clean", electicity and inet comes and goes, people starting to desperate, ect) , if you can write something here o pointme to a link to a specific resource i will have a couple hours for energy on my notebook to read them later so pdf works.
i appreciate all help
i wrote this on the fly sorry for typos

thanks a lot

E

Re: Help on surviving skills
March 01, 2010, 06:13:33 PM
I think www.google.cl survived the quake and this is a troll, but what the hell.

U.S. Army Survival Manual

Re: Help on surviving skills
March 04, 2010, 02:55:37 AM
I didnt had time to google that day, had internet access for around 20 min.
The link was usefull, thank you, used some of the information on water.



Re: Help on surviving skills
March 04, 2010, 03:29:18 AM
Below is a site filled with good knowledge on survival. Be forewarned - ignore most of the silly politics and ideological hocus-pocus that gets tossed about in some areas of the site and stick to the sub-fora that discuss only practices, materials, mindset, etc.

http://www.survivalistboards.com/

There are scores of books on the subject - most are too general or broad to really give you more than basic knowledge. I do like books by Cody Lundin - a little quirky, but full of genuinely useful info.

http://www.codylundin.com/