Category: Stop. Think. Connect.
Knowing what local threats are all around you is the most important step in your path toward preparedness. This step requires some research and study, for the area immediately around your home or business, and for the larger region where you are located, in your county, state, or region. It should be repeated if you […]
Source: thesleuthjournal.com By: Daisy Luther Posted on: April 11, 2014 In a worst-case scenario, hesitation kills. No one wants to accept that something horrible has happened. The human brain is configured in a way that it is in our very nature to deny that something outside our normal paradigm has occurred. This is called cognitive dissonance. “Cognitive dissonance […]
This evening, I was going to share a post from the OffTheGrid.com website, called “Electro Magnetic Pulse“. The article was a repost, sourced from the author and science fiction writer Duncan Long, written by him in 1989…a period in which he wrote several survival genre books. Well, since Duncan is a friend of mine on […]
View as web page April 10, 2014 The National Preparedness Community Member Spotlight Introducing Nicholas Herold Nicholas’ passion for emergency preparedness has been a part of both his professional and personal life for many years. He is a member of the Medical Reserve Corps, a community of trained volunteers who provide and support public health services, […]
Friends Newsletter – March 2014 IN THIS ISSUE Be Aware of Online Fraud Travel Smart During Spring Break Partner Spotlight: Fraud.org Federal Spotlight: DHS National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center Stop.Think.Connect. at the RSA Conference Be Aware of Online Fraud Online fraud is big business for criminals. The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), jointly run by […]
NOTE from Rich: Meteors strike the earth 1000’s of times a day, and can be sized anywhere from a grain of sand to a monster 10,000 ton 65 foot wide rock that entered the atmosphere over Russia last year. When a meteor strikes the ground, it then becomes a meteorite, and the planet is covered […]