(NaturalNews) It seems to strike every year around this time. Waistlines expand, depression rears its head, and energy lags. We crave carbohydrates and sugar, sparking a vicious cycle of blood sugar peaks and crashes. Not only does this routine promote sluggishness and pack on the... [...]
By Joe RoganAlex Winter is a filmmaker and actor known best as Bill S. Preston, Esquire, from the "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" franchise. His latest film "Deep Web" tells "the untold story of Bitcoin and The Silk Road" is available on May 31 on Epix. http://www.deepwebthemovie.com/ [...]
(NaturalNews) In early March 2015, a late winter storm surprised everyone by dumping large amounts of snow in many states from Texas to Maine. 4,000 flights were cancelled, schools closed, and in Kentucky, where nearly two feet of snow fell, hundreds of drivers found themselves stranded... [...]
Winter Message from Howard Hughes, December 2010... [...]
By TheLipTVDEEP WEB is the documentary that explores the Dark Net, Silk Road, and the arrest of Ross Ulbricht. We look at the film trailer and hear from director Alex Winter and Ulbricht’s mother, Lyn Ulbricht, about the miscarriage of justice going on against the advocates of the dark net. How the Prison Industrial Complex, the War on Drugs, and the vanquishing of online privacy is colliding to imprison Ross Ulbricht, plus the future of the Dark Net, and the human face of the struggle for int [...]
Winter Message from Howard Hughes, December 2011. [...]
(NaturalNews) As the Northeast U.S. braces for what some pundits are calling a "crippling" and "potentially historic" blizzard, Americans are once again reminded of the importance of being prepared for anything. Even with just a few feet of snow expected to hit the ground, grocery... [...]
(NaturalNews) Unless you live in the tropics, with no likelihood of ever needing a fire to keep you alive in a winter survival situation, you should learn the basics of building one.And if you require an illustration of just how crucial fire-building skills can be in a sub-zero... [...]
(NaturalNews) Most people have experienced a mild case of hypothermia at some point in their lives. However, the condition can become lethal very quickly, so it's important to be able to recognize the warning signs and know what to do before the situation becomes critical.Hypothermia... [...]
Ask anyone who’s not a gardener what’s in season right now. Go ahead, I’ll wait here, because it won’t take long.
Did you get met with a blank stare and perhaps some mention of potatoes and onions? We’ve become so far removed from the land that most folks don’t even know what vegetables are in season this time of year. Because of our “food on demand” system, with food coming in from all corners of the globe, many people who don’t grow food [...]
(NaturalNews) During the Cold War, Americans - and citizens of countries all over the globe - worried that the two superpowers at the time, the United States and the Soviet Union, could someday launch a nuclear war that would shroud the world in planet-killing radioactive fallout... [...]
(NaturalNews) It's harvest time for winter squashes. How many of these beauties have you tried?Acorn Butternut Delicata Hubbard Kabocha Spaghetti Sweet Dumpling Turban Winter squashes can be baked or boiled, though boiling is a lot more work. Peeling and dicing the tough... [...]
I live in Colorado, and sometimes, we have legitimate winter weather emergencies. I know in Colorado and many other places, it’s important and necessary to be prepared to be stranded somewhere in the case of severe winter weather.Things like bottled water, snacks, cell phone chargers and first aid kits are an absolute must! Special thanks to WSDOT for putting this helpful infographic together.
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By Thomas C. Petrie
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You roll out of bed at 6 a.m., drag yourself into the kitchen to make a cup of coffee and THEN you glance out the window. It’s a cold December morning and you see it’s also raining lightly, (because it’s ‘warm’ at 33° F!), or sleeting/snowing, (because it’s 32° F or colder). No matter, you don’t want to go to work, that’s for sure! Lucky for my son, Bogdan, the school just called us to say, “No school today” because of the weather! S [...]
(NaturalNews) You may not think it a worthwhile endeavor to grow culinary herbs indoors, or outdoors for that matter. After all, a quick trip to most food stores will usually allow you to come back with the spices you need. But how fresh are they and have they been irradiated?There... [...]
(NaturalNews) The common cold and flu are believed by most physicians to be caused by exposure and susceptibility to a variety of common viruses. However, not everyone catches a cold or flu when exposed, which indicates it's the strength of the host that dictates whether you come... [...]
(NaturalNews) Maintaining your fruitful garden, especially an organic one, can be a lot of work, but implementing this easy trick can help make it a success! With the season change comes colder temperatures accompanied by early morning frosts, and while the gardening work is beginning... [...]
(NaturalNews) It should be obvious to most Americans by now that we're descended deep into winter thanks to a wicked polar vortex. As this cold swept across Texas, I've had the task of taking care of some baby chicks who hatched late in the year because of a particularly sneaky mother... [...]
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For most of us the snow and cold are coming, depending on where you live winter can mean frigid cold or it could mean you can shut down the air conditioner…We are not that lucky. With winter coming it is time to check your supplies and reassess your preparedness plans.
Cold temperatures mean that something that was an inconvenienc [...]
Above is a video of some crafty, simple ways to stay warm without heating the house or room you’re in. This strategy is about heating the person, not the room. Smart, right?
Here at Higher Perspective, we’re fans of weatherizing homes, using less juice, and saving those precious dollar bills. Below are some tips to help stay warm this winter:
Wearing layers, hats, and even fingerless gloves if you’re going to be typing or writing will help keep the body warm.
Drink a hot bever [...]
In this episode Aaron shares a special announcement about the future of ITRH and discusses the basics of prepping for winter.
This is by no means an exhaustive check list. But it is our bi-annual run through of what you should be doing to preppare for the season. And it’s a great way to get your mind focused on what you need to be doing to ensure that your shelter and gear are in working order.
Often as preppers we check something off our list to then stuff it away in a closet, think it [...]
“Still … in this world only winter is certain.” ― George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire)
If you happen to be a Game of Thrones fan, you know the Stark Family motto: “Winter is coming.” It’s inevitable and sometimes dangerous. According to all predictions, this winter will be a repeat of last year, or perhaps even worse. Most of the country can expect extreme cold, an abundance of snow, and a longer-than-normal winter. It may be only [...]
According to the Center for Aerobiological Sciences, U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Maryland:
(1) Ebola has an aerosol stability that is comparable to Influenza-A
(2) Much like Flu, Airborne Ebola transmissions need Winter type conditions to maximize Aerosol infection [...]
The number of volcanoes that are erupting continues to rise, and scientists cannot seem to explain why this is happening. In 2013, we witnessed the most volcanic eruptions worldwide that we have ever seen in a single year, and this increased activity has carried over into 2014. In recent months, we have seen major volcanoes roar to life in Russia, Peru, Hawaii, Reunion Island, Indonesia, and all over Alaska. It is highly unusual for so many volcanoes to all be erupting at the same time. [...]
This month on the Asia-Pacific Perspective: China sets up an oil rig in Vietnam's Economic Exclusion Zone; Japan sets a 100 million population goal for 2060; and Thailand teeters on the edge of martial law. [...]
Kit Daniels | The crew reviews the film after seeing it at the Alamo Drafthouse. [...]
One of Jim's professional specialties since 1984 has been cold weather safety and survival. This over the air radio series will draw upon material from formal classes he's been teaching since 1984 when he authored the course ?Without Fire Or Shelter™? (WOFOS). After a couple of years he was in demand by industrial clients to teach winter safety to their workers, and for them he tailored the class ?Winter Safety Made Real™? (WSMR). In 1992 Jim began taking his industrial clients into [...]
We all take for granted that we can drive anywhere and everything will be OK. But what if anything unexpected happens?
Do you have supplies in your vehicle that will help you and your family alive until rescuer’s are able to find you? In this episode I go over some of the supplies and precautions you should take in the winter or any time of year for that matter.
Links and show notes to come…
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